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Nov 1 2017, 07:14 PM
Jenny walked inside with her daughter, right after she picked her daughter up from school and after they both had rested a bit. She looked around as she held the hand of her 5 years old daughter. Jenny walked over to her and her daughter to their usual table that was empty as they sat around it. After that, they waited for someone to come over to get their orders. Once someone did, Jenny ordered some food and drink for them both, as here and there her daughter Joan spoke a bit rather excitedly and after that they watched the person leave to get their order. Then Jenny talked to her daughter for a bit. Here and then they slightly made each other laigh as mother and child do at times. Then Joan asked her some questions to which it took Jenny a bit but she did reply to her eventually. Some questions took Jenny longer to answer than others because she didn't expect that at all. She hoped her daughter would asked those when she was 8, and that moment she was only 5 years old. It wasn't as bad as she feared, so that was at least something, or so she thought anyway. Those questions had nothing to do with the subject or to be exact subjects that she dreaded the most, so that was at least something less to worry about. Or Jenny thought.
She did wonder where all those questions came from. Yet, wheb Jenny asked about that her daughter acted like it was such a big secret which made her laugh. Then they just sat in silent and waited for their order as here and there they looked around themselves, and watched people walk in and out of Granny's and they they looked at each other, while they waited. They didn't mind anyone joining them as they waited for their orders. Even on e they got their orders and dug in, they didn't mind anyone joining them at all. As they were nice and not judgmental at all, no matter what.
Sep 15 2017, 05:24 PM
Jenny walked into Dragonfly Inn and looked around for her friend Luke. Joan her little girl was with her, as she held her daughter's hand. They talked among themselves as they looked around for Luke. They hoped that he was around and that they didn't miss him but if they had, then they would either leave and come back later. Or they would stay to wait for him, which ever came first. It was fine either way or so Jenny thought. She glanced around as she watched some people walk out, just for a second and then continued to search for Luke. "Luke?!" Jenny called as she looked around. She hoped that he was alright. Jenny then picked up her little girl, who asked her to be picked up. Then they continued to walk and search for Luke that way. "Lule?"[Luke,] Joan called out as she helped her mom search for him. Jenny looked at her daughter and laughed a bit at that. "It's Luke, sweetie,"She said to her daughter. "Lule?!
Lule?!" Joan called out as Jenny shook her head to that, as well as laughed at that.
"Lu,...." Jenny said to her daughter,. "Lu,....?" Her daughter followed. "Ke..," She said next. "Le...," Joan said. Granted she did go to school but she still had trouble speaking. Also she was slowly getting there. Many words she had trouble saying, despite being 5 years old. "Ke,..." Jenny said as she tried to help her daughter. "Le,...." Joan said as she shook her head to that.
"Ke....," Jenny said to her daughter. "E" her daughter said as Jenny giggled at that. "Luke...," she said. "Lule,..." Joan said as she sighed and shook her head to that. "Close enough, I guess," Jenny said as she laughed at it once more. "Luke...,?!" she called out. "Lule? Lule?"Joan called out as Jenny snickered at that."Lule,...?!" Jenny called with her daughter, despite knowing how to say his name, as she laughed as they did so. "Lule?" Joan called out excitedly. "Luke?!" Jenny called out as they searched for him anywhere. "Lule? Lule? Whey is Luke?"[Luke? Luke? Where is Luke?] Joan called as Jenny looked at her once more and then around again for him.
"LULE?" Joan called out as Jenny looked at her and picked up an eyebrow smirking. She was surprised by her daughter's yell. Jenny was sure that he would definitely hear that now, whether he heard them before or not. She figured that he was in the kitchen with a lots of noise so he couldn't hear them, if he didn't.
Aug 16 2017, 12:31 PM
Jenny walked in with her daughter, as she looked around at all the books. She tried to pick which books should she get for herself and her daughter. Jenny nodded to the one who worked there this day, as soon as she saw the person and then back to searching. All the books there seemed great, which made it hard for her to choose. Not just for her daughter. When they moved, they had only 2 or 4 books with them and boxes with clothes dishes, etc. No more nor less. It wasn't too many things, so the town definitely helped a lot and still did, even if not everyone did but that was beside the point. At the moment, Jenny concentrated on what she did. "How about this?" she said to her daughter as she showed her the book while she read the title. 5 years old Joan clapped her hands to that. "Ye pleze"[Yes please] Joan said excitedly. Jenny took it and looked around as she walked somewhere to the side, as she sat down with her daughter and began to read the book to her, as she from time to time looked at her, as her daughter looked back at her with a smile.
Once in a while she looked around the place, then back at her daughter. Jenny laughed as her daughter made silly funny noises trying to copy one of the characters in the book. She watched her laugh at what she did too. Jenny looked up as she saw someone walk over as she smiled at the person.Rory Gilmore
Aug 15 2017, 05:41 PM
Jenny walked in with her daughter as they looked around and sat somewhere by themselves. As they did, she looked around and back at her daughter, as she watched her play with her toy with a smile. Jenny brushed her hair over her daughter's hair. As a smile was still on her face, as her daughter looked up at her and then went back to playing. Jenny laughed a bit when her daughter made some silly and funny noises. She then kissed the top of her head. Jenny's Daughter looked up at her again. "I lov you moey" [I love you mommy] 5 Years old Joan said, as she smiled hearing her say that. She smiled as her daughter hugged her and hugged her back. "I love you too, sweetheart," Jenny said to her daughter.
"Loey lov you to," [Dolly loves you too] Joan said next. "Mommy loves dolly too, sweetheart," she replied to her daughter with a smile. Jenny laughed as she saw her daughter make her doll kiss her cheek as she pretended to kiss the doll's cheek back, which made her daughter Joan laugh, and her laugh as well. She then kissed her daughter's cheek as she laughed and kissed her cheek and forehead too as she put her hands on her forehead. Jenny laughed as she tickled her daughter who laughed at that as she did too. They had fun while they waited for someone to come get their orders. "Woosh, woosh,"Joan said as she played with her doll and made her fly while holding her. Jenny just laughed. Then she took her doll from her and put it away in her bag, once her daughter didn't want to play with it anymore. Jenny then talked to her daughter.
Aug 14 2017, 03:52 PM
Jenny left her home with her daughter, as they headed towards the park with her daughter's toys. They made sure that the streets had no cars as they headed to the park. Once at the park there sat on a bench and played with one of 5 years old's Joan's toys. As both giggled at times. They lived in town for 4 years, and it was all Joan knew, as she had no idea about their life before as she was 1 when they got to town, without planning.
Also, nowadays it was hard to imagine life anywhere else, even if there were things they witnessed they never thought that they would. However, other than magic and such, the town was pretty nice, even if unexpected. It really gave Jenny a new start, and her life became one big adventure and same with her daughter. Also, in a world outside of storybrooke, her daughter only lived, it wasn't much of a new start for her, unlike with Jenny. However, they didn't regret getting there; it was almost like fate or something like that.
Even if some people scared her, but it was that way almost everywhere, so there was nothing new there. However, unlike where she came from with her daughter, this town seemed like there were more friendly people than anywhere else, or so she thought. Joan seemed too like it too which wasn't so bad. They actually felt belong, unlike anywhere else, which was interesting, very interesting at that. This moment wasn't any different. Here and there Jenny watched people walk by them, and then back at her daughter. She told her daughter about her daddy, so she knew about him and all, but she had no idea how he looked like as Jenny had no pictures. However, at least her daughter knew most things about him, if not all. It amazed her how much her daughter looked like her daddy, Richard Kimble. Even if Joan lookd like her too. Jenny loved her daughter for many reasons, and felt blessed to have her in her life, even if she didn't have her father with her, unfortunattely. Yet, at least.
Jenny missed him for a long time. She always hoped thatt one day she will see him again, and this moment wasn't any different. At times she imagined seeing him a lot but it turned out that it wasn't him. It sucked but Jenny got used to used to it. She was sure that she will never see him again but as long as he was alive and well, and not dead that was all she cared about. Jenny cred about it everyday and every momentt, this moment included. At the moment she tried not to think of that and thought of other things instead. Jenny watched her daughter walk to play in the stand, as she continued to watch her. She just sat there lost in thoughts, as she watched her daughter play on her own.