As he waited for her to call he sat on the edge of his bed. Holding his head in frustration. She didn't like him and he knew that if she kept her guard up to him that they'd never be done each other. Usually people would be thrilled asking for all this crazy things. He understood that she wanted only one thing but it was one of the only things he couldn't give her. Eventually Fira entered his room arms crossed.
Fira: " And why are you home
Eldan: "I'm giving her space. She needs time to, do whatever the hell it is she needs to do.
Fira waved her hand to gaze upon you and your family. She could see Kinley fast asleep and Bent cleaning the house. She found you in the kitchen cooking. she tilted her head and looked and looked back at Eldan. "You think the elders made a mistake."
Eldan looked back at her and nodded his head. "She seems like she's got it together. I know she lost her husband but it seems they're getting along fine.
Fira shook her head deep in thought. "Maybe you were put together to help each other." She smirked at him before walking out.
Eldan stood and set his gaze upon you."What? How could she help me?"
As she walked back into the room he was sitting on the couch playing her guitar. He laughed for a moment shaking his head. He placed her guitar back down. " No you get your privacy. Like if you have a date or you go into the bathroom, stuff like that. But i warn you I'll know if you're trying to get away. Remember I'm linked to you, so trying to escape me is like trying to escape yourself." He looked at her for a moment. He felt as if they'd be really good friends under other circumstances or if she'd just let her guard down. " You know you're not looking at this openly. You could do things you'd only dream about because of me, but instead here you are trying to escape me." He sighed and twisted his mouth. Standing he looked at her once more then turned away he looked over his shoulder slightly. "I'll give you some time to think, just call me when you're ready." He turned away completely vanishing into thin air leaving nothing but a few speck of dust.
Paul:: He smiled softly and nodded at her as he sat across from her. He chuckled lightly as she kissed his cheek. He watched her then nodded again. "Alright..." He said. "But you must promise not to freak out and or tell anyone. No one else can know about this.." He told her. He would rather her be sober for this, but I'd need be he could compel her.
Candice:: She laughed softly and shrugged as she danced with him. "You must have it all figured out..." She said. "But what if the girl you end up with wants to get married, have a ceremony and dance with you?" She countered. "What will you do then?" She asked him.
As he finished messing with his hair he went to look back at you, To find you weren't there pissed him off. He threw his arms up into the air then wiped his face. He sighed and stood up mumbling under his breath and transported himself to your house. He remand invisible to your eyes and began to speak to you telepathically. "You know you can't get ride of me right?"
He took a deep breathe and nodded his head. " Yeah I'll be over there if anything." He gestured at the park bench clearly still really ticked off." Oh one more thing, You're the only one that can see and hear me unless you wish it otherwise." He vanished and appeared on the bench throwing on some sunglasses he flicked his wrist so the world could move once more . He calmly watched you play with Kinely as he played with his for a bit before getting frustrated and tying it up.
He could feel her frustration twisting his mouth then letting out a loud huff. He looked around at the frozen town. He had showed a considerable amount of patience, you know for him that is. Losing his cool a moment he turned to her and rose his voice. "LOOK!" Catching himself inhaled harshly and collected himself calming down once more. "Look you may not think you need me but I'm here, which clearly means you do. I may not like, you may not like but that's how its going to have to be until my leaders decide that you don't need me." He glared at her then pushed his long blonde hair from the front of face.
He tilted his head watching her freak out. Simply crossing his arms over his chest. He wished he could give her answers but that was out of his powers. He knew she was lying when she said everything was fine, but choose not to touch that subject. He sighed and shook his head. " I know this a lot to take in but I still need to give you the rules." he paused for a moment to make sure she was listening. "I can not give you superpowers or make you invisible.I cannot kill people or bring people back to life. I can't change the past or do anything that can directly change the future."
He stepped forward a moment. Seeing that you you were walking back from him he stopped. Putting his hands in his pants pocket. He dropped his head and took a deep breath. Looking up at you once more. " I'm Eldan, and you see I'm a fairy. It may sound weird and gay but that's what I am." He shrugged for a moment. " Having a fairy is kinda like having a genie except you get more wishes and I can live anywhere and not stuck in a bottle. I don't know why I've been assigned but I have and I'm here until its determined I'm no longer needed." He walked up to you slowly taking your hand and placing it up against his heart then taking his hand and placing it over your heart. "I'm linked to you, everything you feel I feel."
Noah nodded in agreement. Yeah, it's a waste of money to only be partying and skipping classes all through out college. Sure, he did a bit of each when he was in college, but he was pretty good at balancing out everything, and he didn't do too much of it. A smile appeared on the man's face when the girl thanked him. He chuckled softly and began walking towards the nearest park. "It's fine. What I like about this place is that it's calm and sort of isolated from everything else. When I was a student at the university, I would always come here before finals, when I had assignments due, or just to have some time to myself," he explained to her. "I had to share a dorm with 3 other guys and I didn't really get much time to myself. They were jerks, so I decided that it was best to just find a state of isolation elsewhere." He turned to the girl, grinning a bit. "Where are you originally from since you seem to get lost almost everywhere you go?" he amusingly asked her.
Noah chuckled at the student and shook his head lightly. "I just thought you had classes after lunch. Students usually take afternoon classes since they're not really morning people," he said as a matter-of-fact, shrugging his shoulders a bit. "'And no. You don't seem like a reckless person that skips class like half of these trifling students," he teased before wiping his mouth with his napkin. "Um, I don't know," he began, answering her question. "Would you like to take a walk around the park?" he suggested, looking at the girl after he stood up from his table. He quickly paid for their meals before opening the door for her.
Eldan sat at a bench near the park. Still invisible to everything around him. He watched as you pushed Kinley on the swing. A tiny smirk grew on the corners of his mouth as he stood and stretched vanishing completely. As he did so everything around suddenly froze. A strong gust of wind circled around you. Small speckles of glowing sand began to form within the wind circling around you once then landing on the floor before you . The sand slowly began to form together until eventually Eldan stood before you. He smiled charmingly and put his hand up to show he wasn't going to hurt you. "Now before you freak the hell out, let me explain."
He looked over at Sebastian and smirked, shaking his head before looking back at the never ending road ahead of them. "I'm not like you, sweetheart. I don't need a fancy house, and an expensive car to feel at ease. I don't care about money, I've never been gifted with the pleasures money could buy, and I don't plan to either." He smiled lightly. "You on the other hand would die a day without it. You've been gifted with it from the day you were born." Fionn licked over his lip. "We are complete opposites, and we're using each other for the same reasons." He drove on, speeding down the almost empty roads as the shadows roamed past the streetlights. Darkness fell over the small town, and Fionn felt himself come alive. A soft howl of delight rolled past his lips as music rang out from the back speakers. Light conversations of happiness, and boredom hung between the two teenage boys and Fionn couldn't help but feel contempt. "I'll show you the little things in life, Sebastian..." He purred as he finally parked the car at the edge of an ongoing field outside of town.
Paul:: He chuckled lightly. "Alright." He said then grabbed it. He poured some in and put it back. He grabbed the pills and the mug and walked over to her. He handed them to her and sat on a chair by her. "Here you go." He said smiling softly.
Candice:: She laughed softly. "Really?" She asked. "You don't plan on going to any more parties? Or getting married?" She asked him curiously. "Do you plan on being alone for the rest of your life?" She said. She honestly thought he was doing very well for someone who had put himself down so much.
Noah was glad that he answered the girl's questions. Hopefully the whole 'college life' wouldn't discourage her in any way, but she seemed like the type of girl that didn't seem to get discouraged too easily. He was half way done with his meal and he was starting to feel slightly bloated. He took another sip of his drink before he responded. "Lucky you huh? I don't have any other classes. Fortunately, I only teach throughout the morning and then I have the rest of the day to myself." The man rubbed his index finger against his chin as if trying to figure something out while he stared at the girl. "Are you finished with your classes for today, Alison?" he questioned her.
The man nodded once at the girl's last remark. Noah began to eat his meal as he, too, listened to the numerous of questions that she was asking him. He chuckled a bit and cleared his throat before he began to answer her questions. "Being a student was a breeze for me," he honestly told her. "I was well-known, I'm not going to lie. I guess I was a bit stressed. I did suffer a lot of peer pressure and trying to please everyone, but I tried my hardest not to let that keep me from doing what I wanted to do." He paused for a moment to think of her other questions while he took a sip from his drink. "I did attend parties but nothing too major. I wasn't in a fraternity because most of them required hazing just to get in, which is wrong. But most of the time, I worked and studied with a few buddies of mine," he added and looked at the girl. "Don't worry about college too much," he sincerely told her. "You'll make friends that are much like you and your experience here will be awesome. Just don't do something that you'll regret later," he nodded towards her. "Is that all you'd like to know?"
"I'm 100% sure that it'll come true," Noah said after they made their toast, nodding his head in assurance. He settled his glass on the table slowly before picking up his fork, inserting some pasta inside of his mouth. He let the warm, delicious flavor invade his mouth as he chewed his food respectfully. After he finished, the man's eyes shot up in slight bafflement and let out a light chuckle. "Thank you. I've been told that I do look young," he began, cleaning the corners of his lips before continuing. "I am 23, just fresh out of college," he informed her, flashing her a charming-like smile. "Yeah, I got lucky enough to be a professor at the campus right after I graduated. I guess I really charmed them away," he teased, running his fingers through his silky locks.
Noah nodded silently at her as a smile played on his lips. "Yeah? Perhaps you will have me as a professor. Who knows?" he shrugged lightly and let out a small chuckle. He thanked the waiter once their meals were settled in front of them. He tapped his chin thoughtfully as he thought of the many clubs that were at the college. "Perhaps you'd be interested in an Improve club or a Slam Poetry club," the man suggested. "I do believe that there's a publishing class, but if there isn't, I highly recommend that you start the club. It'll make you a leader." The man smiled lightly at her and picked up his glass of water. "Here's to you becoming a successful publisher," he toasted, stifling laughter from escaping his lips. "Cheers," he clinked glasses with the girl and then took a sip from the glass, the liquid cool inside of his mouth.
"You're very welcome, Alison," Noah responded to her gratitude after opening the doors for her. He continued to look at the menu but his head jerked up to the girl as soon as he heard her soft voice call out to him. Before answering her question, the man told the waiter his order, which was pasta telefono. He cleared his throat and smiled genuinely at her. "I teach mathematics and on a more secrecy level I teach medieval studies, nothing too major. Thank you for asking. Only very few people are actually interested in what teach," he informed her. He picked up his glass of water and took a small sip before placing the folded napkin on his lap. His blue eyes gazed at her and nodded towards her. "Hm. What are you majoring/minoring in, Alison? Are you currently enrolled in any clubs, sports, etc.?" he asked her politely, raising an eyebrow at her.