Monthly Archives: January 2012

Break These Chains – 4.7 – Heartbreak

So we were officially Seniors. This would be our last year at college, and it was both exciting and sad. After this… then what? Back to Sunset Valley. I wondered idly if we’d share a house… maybe it would be … Continue reading

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??? – Company

Author’s Note: Um, I guess I should put up a warning since this revolves around death… I wouldn’t say it’s emotional but I know some people have difficulty with it so just thought I’d say it. ~*~ It had been … Continue reading

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Break These Chains – 4.6 – A Roller Coaster Of Emotion

Winters didn’t get very cold in Sunset Valley but at the end of January it was unusually warm. The suit I wore felt kinda hot and itchy, and for some reason it was all I could think of. I knew … Continue reading

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Break These Chains – 4.5 – Hal

Classes soon started and I found myself very busy, very quickly. Most my classes were shared with either Vi or Zari, or both in one case, but I did have one class without them and in that case I sat … Continue reading

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Note~

I am so sorry if people got a notice about a new chapter (chapter 4.7). I was writing it and I have no clue what happened but somehow things got mixed up and it wouldn’t acknowledge my typing and then … Continue reading

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Break These Chains – 4.4 – My Life, My Pace

Six days and counting. I grew more and more uneasy with each passing hour, at least that’s how it felt. Vi and Zari were excited, though, and spending time out and about with their friends that would be going to … Continue reading

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Break These Chains – 4.3 – Birthday Wish

The apartment seemed a lot bigger in the pictures. That’s the way it always was. I could see that the parental units were not impressed at all. Mom kept wrinkling her forehead, and Dad frowned. But the building actually had … Continue reading

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