|I really need to make more dragon pictures . . . with a name like dragondoodle I am totally not living up to my name|
Zephyra's Story: Part 2 It was nearing 11 o'clock and the temperature was still registering 90 degrees. Even with her lightweight uniform, the long sleeves, long gloves, and dark colors made it hot. Wiping a line of sweat from her forehead, Sara headed into the nearby convenience store. The air-conditioning hit her face and she let out a long sigh. If she could just cool off for a few minutes...Zephyra's Story: Part 2 by mirz-alt
In this part of town, most of the businesses were open until midnight. A nearby steel plant ended its shift at ten, so business was brisk until about then. The clerk behind the counter caught sight of her and gave a small wave.
"Dark Flame, how are you? It's been a while."
Sara had been concentrating her crimefighting efforts in the residential areas over the past few weeks. She hadn't been to the business districts in nearly a month. "Doing okay. How are things with you, Gus?"
The owner gestured to the half dozen customers. "Can't co
Zephyra's Story: Part 1 - Relativity Episode 24 The black SUV crawled slowly through the neighborhood. Its occupants weren't in a hurry to get anywhere, they were keeping an eye open for trouble.Zephyra's Story: Part 1 - Relativity Episode 24 by mirz-alt
Torrent glanced at the daily stats on his phone and broke the silence with, "The Sluggers are in second place."
Overcast glanced at him, then resumed scanning the street ahead of them. "They'll probably finish in third."
"They might make it to the World Series."
While his friend wasn't a big sports fan, Michael followed all the major teams and he knew Ravenswood made it a point to keep up with them enough to hold up his end of a conversation. "The problem is that they're very good at losing. Spectacularly good. They've lost games that other teams would be incapable of losing. Remember that time they were ahead by eight points and blew it?"
"That was four years ago," Michael countered. "They're a completely different team now. I really