yeah i cosplayed bro strider,
unfortunately visibility was minimal through my morph suit and glasses.
so yeah i think i will now try and attend more of these meets ^^
oh and at expo i bought the most awesome thing a mouse mat!
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Delilah shrugged, then did a small stretch that turned into something like an overbalanced bird on a wire.
Straightening herself up Delilah walked into the kitchen. Veronica wasn’t up yet it was easy to tell, the dark shroud of gloom was un-missable, so that meant that veronica was still asleep crashed out on her bed up stairs.
Crossing through the kitchen Delilah swiftly opened the door to the red carpeted stairs and ascending them, not paying much attention to the portraits of family members old and new that clustered the walls.
Reaching the first landing Delilah stopped ascending and turned left onto the co
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The rain was falling heavily around the square, Delilah let out a sigh of contentment enjoying the warmth of being inside and warm watching the sheets of falling rain. Not much was moving in the square the old man’s grandson ran across the square wearing a rain soaked coat, Delilah smiled to herself, apart from that relatively little actually happened the bakers wife left to go shopping as after an hour came back sodden but cheerfully dancing home carrying bags full of provisions.
Delilah could have just watched for hours the scene outside was the stuff of dreams and only the best movies when a hand softly pulled
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Delilah started the evening same as usual. She readied the menus behind the counter making sure all of them were present and in respectable condition. She absentmindedly brushed her long silver hair with her hands as she waited for dusk to fall on the little square.
Crouching by the window she peeped out through the heavy curtains covering the windows leading out onto the square, careful not to make them twitch too much.
She liked watching the people of the square:
- The old man in the video store, who seemed so kind.
Welcoming his customers with huge smiles, Delilah had never seen an un-happy person leave his store a