I never know everything about a world when I first write the story. Continue reading
About a month earlier.
I don’t believe it. Minato rubbed at the bathroom mirror, just in case a stray spot of soap was fooling his eyes. Come on, I’m only nineteen! Continue reading
Mulberry trees this far south have an interesting response to storm winds strong enough to blow off a bunch of leaves. They re-leaf, from some of the buds meant for spring.
The squirrels are thoroughly enjoying this.
“There’s enough rooms on this floor for everyone to have one, though you could take rooms in the empty floors if you want,” Matsu went on, “and there’s an arboretum on the roof, I think it’s dwarf trees and some yummy things- ooo, my new computers are here!” Continue reading
I love just about every variant on blue-green. 🙂 Go ahead and make the peacock jokes.
Cash, food, clothes, hideout, Kagari ticked off on mental fingers, as their combined flocks trudged up the last steps to the top floor of their new home. It was a long climb – at least, for humans – but nobody had wanted to be crowded into a metal box after a day of getting shot at.
And it wasn’t that long a climb for Ashikabi. Continue reading
I got the impression of soil layers in. Hee.