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The Apartment Above the Groovy Tunes, Saturday Morning
All said, Jono had slept in far worse places than the floor. He'd pulled out enough blankets to make the whole experience not terrible after Rinoa and Squall's arrival last night, and Joni had only trampled him a few times. Which, really, wasn't all that different from what she'd be up to if he'd actually slept on his... bed.

His mattress on the floor. At least with Squall here, he had someone he could shake down to help him move his furniture from the Boards. He'd been putting it off a while, now, mostly because it involved actually going back to the Boards a few more times, but with company staying until they could find a place of their own, he really couldn't put that off much longer.

He'd appreciate that he actually had furniture to haul over soon enough. In the meantime, he was giving his kitchen a despairing look. He'd managed to stock the bare minimum before his company had arrived, which mostly involved milk, bread, cereal, and disposable dishes. He'd let Squall and Rinoa figure out proper groceries between them.

[OOC: Open for them what are staying in the apartment, and any kids that might have a reason to be here, too!]


2014-02-16 02:24 am (UTC) (Link)

"I suppose I am," Angela answered. "He's my dad, too. I don't have any sisters back home, though. Who's your mom?" Or other parent, but the odds were with mother.


2014-02-16 02:36 am (UTC) (Link)

"Mom's mom," Kathe said, with all the impeccable logic a four year old could muster. "Do you have brothers? I have no one but now I've got you and JJ."

Mostly because Dad had said so, but Kathe was willing so long as she got hugs.


2014-02-16 03:02 am (UTC) (Link)

Angela laughed; she couldn't argue with that logic. "Nope! No brothers or sisters, except you and JJ now. I might have to ask if Dad can get me a little sister, though, if she's as cute as you." She lightly poked Kathe's belly. That cloning machine was still around somewhere, right?


2014-02-16 03:14 am (UTC) (Link)

Kathe giggled and squirmed.

"You could keep me," she said, laughing. "Because if we're family, that's what you're supposed to do."


2014-02-16 03:23 am (UTC) (Link)

"It is," Angela agreed with a nod. "But if we have to go back where we came from, I might not be able to. But I'm keeping you while I can!"


2014-02-16 03:33 am (UTC) (Link)

"We have phones," she said hopefully, eyes big. "We could keep each other that way after."


2014-02-16 03:45 am (UTC) (Link)

"We could!" She hoped. That would be pretty awesome. She hopped up on the counter next to Kathe, grinning at the thought of her father's face if he saw her. "What do you do back home? Are you going to school yet?"


2014-02-16 04:04 am (UTC) (Link)

"I'm in preschool," Kathe said, wriggling over to hug Angela. "Mom says it's too easy but Dad thinks it's good for me. It's fun. There's sandboxes."


2014-02-16 05:01 am (UTC) (Link)

Angela wrapped her arm around Kathe and snuggled her up. "I like sandboxes. Building things is fun. And if it's too easy, that just means you're really smart!"