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Subject Post 21Subject: Re: Smiles and Tears [Vegas/Sol] Tue Jan 21, 2020 11:03 pm
"Aw, okay. Well do you have a phone? Dad got me one but I don't have too many people in it yet. Just dad, Nel, grandma, Uncle Hayden, Aunt Abalia, um... I think that's it right now. So if ya got room for my phone number we can talk again some time if I don't have school."
The idea that these two had met only once, and that maybe this was not what automatically constituted friendship, once again did not cross Alex's mind. She had in fact already pulled her phone out of her pocket, and was currently looking through it to try and remember what exactly her own phone number was, her gaze surprisingly intense as she stuck her tongue just a little bit out from between her lips in thought. Where was it....
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Subject Post 22Subject: Re: Smiles and Tears [Vegas/Sol] Tue Jan 21, 2020 11:11 pm
Solhammond Palliser | THE SOUL
Yeah that sounded-
Wait did she say...
Yes she did.
Solhammond Palliser was extremely quiet for a moment before nodding with a laugh. She looked cute with her tongue out like that. He'd ask for her phone, before putting his number in it and then texting him. He'd lift his phone up to show her he got her number now. He'd process this girl knowing his kind and queen later. He'd stand up telling her goodbye for now, and begin walking home.
What a nice, girl. He'd send a pre-emptive text to her phone explaining to her dad the situation; why his name was in it and please not to call him angry. He'd also include in the text if her dad had any advice on being a dad. He was expecting a kid.