I Love Lovina - The Saxophone Prt. 2
Lovina picked up the hat and gloves that she recently had on. "Listen; I'll make Tony think that it's too dangerous and risky for him to leave me alone by leaving these around the house."
"And he'll think that-"
"Yes! Oh this'll be perfect, Feliciana!"
"I bet it will."
"Alrighty...I'll just leave them here on the paper; Tony always reads the paper when he gets back from down at the club." She set the hat on top of the newspaper, the gloves only a few inches away from a box of cigars.
"Ok, well I better get going, Lovina; you know how Luddy is when he doesn't get his dinner."
"Haha, of course Fela, goodnight."
"Goodnight Lovina; good luck!" She exited the room in a dash. After Feliciana left, Lovina ran to her room and dressed up; she waited for Antonio to come home from rehearsal in the room. After hearing the door open, then shut, and finally a "Hello, Lovina?" from Antonio, she came out running in one of her best dresses.
"Oh, hello Tony. What're you doing here so early?" Her voice w
I Love Lovina - The Saxophone Prt. 1
"Oh please Antonio! You just have to let me go with you!" Lovina begged Antonio to let her accompany him on the road trip with his band; he just wasn't having it.
"Now look, Lovina, you can't come with me. I've made up my mind."
"Aww Tony! But why not?! I play the saxophone real well now!" She lightly hit his arm as she whined. After all, Antonio was looking for another sax player for the tour.
"Look, there're 16 men in my band, Lovina. We barely have enough room as it is. And what do you mean you can play? You only know one song, and that's 'Gloworm'."
"Oh I can learn more! A-and I can stay with the suitcases!" She smiled, blinking incessantly and innocently. He only chuckled.
"Now Lovina. Look, you must stay home...you know, you have to wash the place." She started frowning again at his pushy words.
"I gotta wash the place, huh?" He looked at her, chuckling; she lightly hit his arm again. "But what happens when I get lonely?"
"Well...you have Ludwig and Feliciana." He smiled, petting
GreecexReader - The Four Tasks - Part 3
"You are to sort all of these by evening." She disappeared. You stared at all of the many kinds of grains; barley, lentils, and poppy seeds. There were millions to sort out; you knew it was going to take more than an evening. As you walked closer to the grains, an implausible fixation began to happen. An army of ants assembled and started sorting all the grains. You watched with wide eyes as one by one they made their way to the grains and carried them on their backs. You sat back and watched the astonishing event.
Finally, the task was completed; every grain sorted, and not one left behind. Aphrodite returned just after the ants had left. She herself knew the task was far too complex to be done in one evening; there were just too many grains. She grew with rage and shrieked. "Someone has been helping you! You must complete another task by morning!" With that, she disappeared. You, on the other hand, couldn't believe you had to complete yet another task.
But she was right; you did rece