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Windows, Tag :: Luna
Posted: Nov 4 2017, 06:01 PM
Posted: Nov 5 2017, 09:17 AM
"For once in my life, I'll make sure the safety stuff is up to par: nothing's going to explode while you're with me unless you want it to, okay?"
Holtzmann smiled, actually meaning it. She was not much for safety, always taking largely unnecessary risks in her pursuit of science and experimentation, but she did not want to put a young girl's life in danger. Adults who knew what they were getting into when they walked into an active lab? Sure, they had plenty of time to think about it. But the future meant a lot to someone like Holtzmann, who built things to make life better for those who came after.
She wanted to make sure someone like Luna got a chance to not only grow up, but have a lot of fun doing it.
"Alright, then, it's settled. You swing by the lab any time you like. It's the newly re-purposed Cannery down by the docks. If you see smoke, just wait outside and yell for me, I'll hear you. Maybe don't come in unless the air is clear." She winked, teasing, though there was always a little truth in jokes like that.
She would remember her promise, though, if nothing else.
"I should probably get back there, anyway. I just get into trouble when I'm out on my own."
She put her hand on Luna's shoulder, giving it a reassuring pat. She felt like they had a lot to learn from each other, and was just as excited to teach her about science as she was to learn about magic. Holtzmann was not the type to spurn a new lesson just because it was coming from someone younger or less experienced than her: anyone that knew something she did not know was more than welcome to teach her it, in her book.
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