Post by EMMA MICHELLE MILLER on Oct 27, 2013 11:43:36 GMT -5
Emma couldn't wait to go and see Frank. Frank was her boyfriend who also happened to be a teacher at the school, so the two of them typically snuck around whenever they were able to. She always tried to make a point to see him during the day. Seeing him made her happy and she was so lucky to have him in her life. When she met him, she never thought that they would still be together a year later. Sure there was an age difference but she really didn't mind. Emma felt like he was the one person she wanted to spend the rest of her life with. Sure she didn't tell him that because she didn't want to freak him out. She knew, from observations, that guys freaked out when it came to engagement and marriage.
Emma grabbed her lunch from the lunch room and she made her way towards Frank's room. She knew he didn't have a class right now so that meant that they could spend some time with each other. Emma opened the door and frowned when she saw that he wasn't in the room. She shrugged and sat down at his desk. There was always that fear that he was going to find someone more his age that he felt connected to, but he constantly reassured her that there was no one else he wanted to be with. Emma believed every word he said. Emma began to eat her lunch while waiting for him to return. She hoped he would return before her lunch period was over.
Post by FRANKLIN MAGNUS HUGHES on Nov 3, 2013 1:33:41 GMT -5
It had been a pretty busy day for Franklin. It was still the beginning of the school year, so a lot of the stuff he was teaching was pretty basic. His physics class was learning about acceleration and negative acceleration which, to him, was nothing. That stuff was like walking to him, but he knew his students must have thought otherwise because they did not understand it at all. This surprised him because the previous year's class didn't struggle with it nearly as much. Granted, it wasn't much fun working with those equations and looking at time graphs. Once they got into the good stuff, he hoped they'd be more enthusiastic about physics. His photography class, on the other hand, was excelling. Some of his students were very talented.
He had a quick meeting with the other science teachers that was only supposed to last a period. It was on collaborating classes and doing projects together. Unfortunately, it had gone overtime. Once it was finished, though, he went up to his room. The sight of Emma surprised him a little, causing him to jump. He hadn't gotten used to her eating in his room yet. In fact, he wasn't used to their whole relationship. He liked her a lot, but Franklin wasn't used to having a relationship like theirs. Of course, the fact he was her teacher made it more complicated, but he couldn't help what he felt. After all, the heart wanted what it wanted. He gave her a smile before pulling up a chair so he could sit across from her. "Hey. Sorry I wasn't in my room, I had a meeting that went overtime," he said. "So, how was your day?"
Post by EMMA MICHELLE MILLER on Dec 12, 2013 14:52:02 GMT -5
Emma picked at her food, eating a few things here and there. She didn't really have an appetite today but she knew that she had to eat something. Emma took out her phone and checked her messages. No one would text her. Her parents didn't bother her at school, she had no friends, and her foster siblings didn't bother with her that much. Emma checked the time on her phone and she frowned. She wondered where Franklin was. She missed him and wanted to know if he wanted to hang out tonight after school. She doubt he would say yes but there were times where he could surprise her. She just hoped that today was one of those days. She didn't want to be alone and she didn't want to go home alone.
Emma looked up when she heard the door open and she saw him jump. She smiled at him, "Sorry I didn't mean to scare you," Emma said softly. She really didn't. She often did that whenever she was in his room and he wasn't there. Seeing her there made him jump. Emma saw him smile and she felt the butterflies in her stomach at the smile. She looked at him. "It's alright, you have teacher things to do," Emma said lightly. She heard what he asked and she shrugged. "Professor Andrews is concerned about my school work..." Emma said nervously. She never really talked to him about her school work but she didn't know if it would be talked about and she would rather him hear it from her than someone else.
ELLEN ELIZABETH WATSON: That sounds familiar. I used to be that way. I still am, but I've learned to let go a little.
Sept 18, 2013 22:33:39 GMT -5
EMMA GRACE DANVERS (GOODMAN): Alec is too good to me, how did I deserve him. I'm such a perfectionist that I am afraid to screw up
Sept 18, 2013 22:30:10 GMT -5
ELLEN ELIZABETH WATSON: Everyone screws up. I've screwed up so many times I can't even keep track, but you just have to pick yourself up and learn to forgive yourself which can be the hardest thing to do
Sept 18, 2013 22:28:38 GMT -5
EMMA GRACE DANVERS (GOODMAN): Thank you so much Ellen. I know Alec is there to encourage me, but sometimes I feel he's put me on this great mother pedestal. I'm afraid of screwing up.
Sept 18, 2013 22:25:29 GMT -5
ELLEN ELIZABETH WATSON: I wouldn't worry too much Emma. You're very maternal, something I never was, and I managed to do it alone. If you ever need to talk about parenting, I'm always here
Sept 18, 2013 22:10:52 GMT -5
EMMA GRACE DANVERS (GOODMAN): I'm just worried about being a good mother. Since my own mother is no longer here to advice me. I just want to do her proud *nervous look*
Sept 18, 2013 22:09:25 GMT -5
EMMA GRACE DANVERS (GOODMAN): well I think Alec will be worried when it comes to that age. He'll probably buy a shotgun and ward off any boy who comes a courting.
Sept 18, 2013 22:08:32 GMT -5
ELLEN ELIZABETH WATSON: -laughs- you don't have to worry about that for a while. I told Victoria when she was going into sixth grade, but I think it also depends on the child
Sept 18, 2013 22:07:23 GMT -5