Pete-(he sat in the park minding his own business. He barely left his ghost town. Being in public made him uncomfortable. But he was the only one willing to go in the public to get food and what not for the other abandoned ones. He knew that one of the ghost would never be able to go out. He sat twiddling his thumbs not knowing where to start on his long list of groceries and other items)
ELLIE BELLY! <3 I'm sending you a new thread because I don't know if you replied to the last one or not, but I didn't get one so, here you go! :D
Eyota bounded up the front steps of the house, knowing that he was at the right place by the scents emanating from within. He could smell her, Audrina, inside the house. The two had made plans before parting ways on the beach nearly a week prior, plans to hike when the weather finally permitted. It was a rare sunny day and he wanted to make good on his promise by taking advantage of the nice weather. He gently rapped on the door and took a step back as he waited for someone to answer.
Pssh. You callin' me a liar? ;P Haha Honestly, no. I'm not ready for them, at all. I'm not really into the Holidays anymore. I don't have anyone to buy for and just can't get into the spirit. :/ Are you ready for them?
Eyota grinned at her smart response. "Clever," was all that he said. He cocked one of his eyebrows, his head canting to a side in intrigue. "So, you're into nature? I may just have to show you some of my favorite fishing spots. And there's plenty of trails around to hike on." With his grin still in place, he shrugged his broad shoulders and answered, "I was home-schooled. Never considered college an option, so I didn't bother applying to any. What are you majoring in?"
I don't doubt it for a second. You must be very committed to your work. :] Psh, it is, end of discussion. I'm happy with things as they are so, no complaints. :3
Eyota threw his head back with a hearty laugh. "So, since you're always so cold, can I expect to see you running around town in a parka one of these days?" he asked in a teasing tone, a smile on his face. He then offered her a brief nod. "Not a problem. I always feel the need to warn the newcomers about how things work around here. It'll save you some grief in the long run, believe me." He laughed once more at her admission of being a homebody and gave her question a moment's thought. "Well, most people go a little further north to Port Angeles for shopping and movies and things of that nature, but if you're an outdoorsy girl, there's plenty to do here. Camping, hiking, fishing... Are you still in school?"
Forget that crap. I couldn't work a double shift in your profession. I'd be dead. Haha I drink so much coffee, it's unreal. And I don't even have a stressful job. Oh God, don't wish for my life. You don't want to be a bore like me. Haha
Eyota couldn't help but let out a laugh. "You hate the cold and here you are, in one of the coldest, dreariest places in the Continental U.S. How unfortunate. At least your father's in a good line of work. I'm sure the money makes it an easier transition for our guys." He snorted at her words then, making a face. "Not everything is as it seems in this town. Most of the people are easy to get along with, but...there are still some that you should watch out for." A distant growl caused his ears to prick, his head turning to stare into the trees a few yards down the beach. No doubt a member of Sam's pack taking an issue with Eyota's being on First Beach. The wolf was still miles off, so he made no effort to move, instead turning a smile back to Audrina. "So, have you found anything interesting to get into yet?"
I can imagine so. Nurses don't get many breaks. I don't need to, honestly. I quite content with my boring life. :D Haha
Eyota raised an eyebrow at her response. "California, huh? You must be miserable here, then. We hardly ever see the sun, even during the summer. Nothing but rain year-round." He quickly quieted himself, realizing how dumb his rambling sounded. Of course she already knew about the weather; the two weeks she had been there was more than enough time to commit the weather patterns to memory. "What does your father do?" he finally asked then grinned over at her and nodded his answer to her own question. "Yeah, born and raised here. Well, not here, but in Forks, the small town just up the highway."
Not as much as I miss talking to you, Miss. You're awesome. :3 I know I do. I have no excitement, what-so-ever and I'm tired of the monotony. :/ Same, same. No fun, by any means. Kinda wishing I didn't have to work so much.
Eyota stood swiftly and brushed the sand from his pants before stepping over to shake her hand gently. "Why, thank you, Audrina. I can say the same about yours. Are you from around here?" As soon as the question left his lips, he wanted to groan at how cheesy it sounded.
I say it because I love ya and miss talking to ya and want to keep you around for as long as possible! :D Haha My week's been long and...boring. :/ Yours?
Eyota looked away then, making a face at her words. Not everyone has the right, he thought. The look was quickly replaced with a smile, however, and he turned it back to her to say, "There's no need to stay out of my way. I'm not doing anything, anyway. The name's Eyota, by the way."