AT.::Infinitehearts::.It should have been simple really, Catherine thought nervously. Just another social function with the lovely ladies of Boston. Though things were different now compared to how they had been last time she’d been to a party; Miss Matthews herself was different from then as well. She was….enlightened, she liked to think. For so long she’d been sheltered from the outside world, unable to think outside her mother’s parlor where she’d spent so many days sipping tea and trading gossip. Now with everything that has happened, she couldn’t help but almost feel out of place.AT.::Infinitehearts::. by pumpkincookie
“Catherine, darling!” A elderly voice called, and she pulled a fake smile upon her face. An older woman pulled her into an impersonal, awkward hug and Catherine couldn’t help but feel so wrong doing this. There had been a time when such actions had felt so normal; she reminded herself that had been before her life had been changed, and probably for the better.
AT: InfiniteheartsShe wasn’t her usual perky self, and it was showing. Xandrea was usually what Axel considered a prime example of someone with a heart: Lively, emotional, and passionate. Just being in her presence made the nobody sometimes feel like maybe…maybe there was a heart in his being, somewhere. Later he would find out that was exactly the case, but he was far from that realization at the moment.AT: Infinitehearts by pumpkincookie
“So…you gonna tell me what’s up or what?” He questioned, trying to sound as nonchalant as possible. The elf didn’t respond to him, just sort of sat there, looking at her feet. They were currently perched atop the Twilight Town’s clock tower, where he had found the girl only twenty minutes before. They had an unspoken agreement to meet here once and a while, just to talk. Not today though it seemed; Xandrea was making it clear she wasn’t up for conversation. They ended up sitting there for probably a half an hour, the silence not awkward but co