06 . 05 . 2012
Flatmates | Wendy & Autumn
After spending almost a week in the very cheap, and only, motel in Eastwick, Wendy was delighted when Autumn said she could stay with her. She didn’t neccesarily know Autumn that well, but the sound of always having cupcakes and someone so cheerful always so close to her made her feel very welcomed. So Wendy began quickly packing up the very few bags she had with her and loaded them into her small car one by one. Considering she was always in the road, Wendy never had much except some clothing, make-up, and a few other items that she rarely found herself using. After she loaded everything into her car, she pushed down the trunk lid. Walking over to the driver’s seat door, she swiftly opened it and slid in. Typing the address Autumn had given to her into her GPS, Wendy was off.
After taking all of the back roads that the clueless GPS had told her to go through, she found herself parking outside of a nice apartment building. Wanting to make sure she had the right building, Wendy left all of her bags in her car and began walking up a few stairs that led to the building’s buzzer. As she got there, she searched for names under each little button until she came across the one that said ‘Autumn Volcain’. Wendy wasn’t sure of Autumn’s last name, but that was the place she was supposed to be and the only Autumn name on there, so she figured it was her. Pressing the button, a faint little buzz sounded before the voice of a girl. “Hey, it’s Wendy!” she replied.
Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before.