The lounges weren't that loud. Emily had come with her friends, but after an hour or so didn't see them anywhere. She tried looking, but they were no where to be seen.
"I hope they're safe..."
She snuggles into an armchair and gets a small sudoku book from her robe. The lounge was a nice place to have a quiet chat with someone, but no one was here yet. She turned to a new page in the 'advanced' level (in an advanced book) and started filling it out.
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Time: 3 minutes and 34 seconds.
Emily smiled. She was getting a lot better then when she first started at the age of 4. This was how her parents made her memorize numbers. And it's quite fun. What ever her parents forced her to do, she found them quite fun.
She flipped to another page, and another, time passed quickly for her in quiet places.
"Maybe I'll come here more often, it's a nice place."
She wrapped her robe closer to her, trying to chave more heat. Her eyes snap up towards the door as she hears someone come in to the lounge.
Last edited by Bloom Silverton on 26th March 2018, 2:55 am, edited 1 time in total.
If I can’t make people happy by my own self, then I’ll reach they’re expectation. Because to reach other’s happiness is a sacrifice on one’s self.