She still wants to make things better for him though.
Maybe it isn't fixable. She still wants to make things better for him though.
Because she's lonely, and he is too. And that's partly her fault. So she's going to be his friend, and she's going to try and help him be less lonely. She even has a plan! She just isn't going to tell him about it.
This was written for hetbigbang, and is fairly long. My current plan is to post a chapter a day, approximately. I started writing this in about May, way before S2 aired. So there are things in this story generally minor things, as far as I'm aware so far that are inconsistent with S2.
What I was assuming when I wrote this was that S2 would end, and everybody would still have their jobs, and that most things in the newsroom would be fixable within a few months, or at least on their way back to stability.
In order for this story to make any sense, it's probably best if you make those same relatively non-taxing assumptions. I would appreciate it, at least. Also, thank you to Steph for betaing this.
I'm sure I drove her crazy more than once throughout the process, but she was patient, and I appreciate it.
Also, thank you to pathosocial for making the cover image for the story for me as part of the hetbb challenge. Well, given that she usually got to work at least half an hour earlier than she actually needed to, strictly speaking she wasn't so much late as on time.
Late for her though. Mac sighed as she walked through the front doors of the ACN building. Because she was late enough that it was possible someone would comment on it if they noticed.
But Sloan wasn't usually in the newsroom when Mac got in.Start studying Whirligig Chapter 1 AJA. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
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Brent in his room playing video games. Brent and his family having dinner. Brent dressing up for the party. Brent going to see Jonathan. Brent & Jonathan. Brent in his room playing video games. Brent and his family having dinner.
Brent dressing up for the party. Brent going to see Jonathan.
Brent & Jonathan. Whirligig Chapter 1 Chapter 1- Childhood in crisis Palmer () “battery reared rather than free range” Cited in The Open University, , E, chapter 1, pg8) Palmer suggests that changes in technology over the last quarter of a century have had a major impact on modern lifeChildren associate happiness with “stuff” purchased as part of the consumer culture of the minority world.
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