The meeting with a few interesting figures brought a bit of excitement to Liana's day to day. It seemed that every week, she met a new character that stood out in her mind, and these meetings led way to changes in her schedule. Her time with Julian added a whole block of work that required a chunk of her time, and the assessment she received from Hime gave the captain a few ideas and renewed confidence in managing her division. It made her days busier, but the type of work was fulfilling for her.
In an almost cheerful flick, Liana waved her hand to unlock her office door, her other hand still focused on the paperwork on her desk. For a brief moment, she considered leaving her door open all the time considering the amount of people coming by nowadays. Perhaps she should add an hour to her schedule where anybody was invited to have a meeting with her, and any other meetings were expected to be scheduled in advanced. The workload was something she enjoyed, but a woman had to be reasonable with her timetables!"Come in, Kuchiki-san. Tell me about your progress."
END POST | THE BLOOD MOON