There was little comfort in knowing
that she wasn’t the only one mourning. Most of Janie’s crewmen and
even a few of her friends from basic had traveled to the Citadel for
There wasn’t a body. Therefore, logically, there shouldn’t be a burial, but the Alliance brass had seen fit to honor a hero with a memorial service.
There was nothing here for Hannah but mourning and loss
and raw pain so intense she wanted nothing more than to scream and pull her hair out, just so the pain of that could distract her from this.
But it seemed like too much effort to
bother with. Everything did.
Truth be told, she did not remember
most of the funeral, too caught up in her disbelief that Janie was
gone. She certainly did not
dwell on the presence of
multiple aliens who had attended.
Janie seemed to have
cultivated friends from every single star system.
Even a Turian –
C-SEC, young – stood in mourning, watching the casket with his
sharp blue eyes. He sat a row across from her, up front, eyes never
wavering from the casket that did not hold her Janie.
She didn’t think
much of it.
best, she had a passing thought that it was strange, a turian
at a human’s funeral.
But it was even more strange to be burying
your not-even-thirty year old daughter.
As requested: a short, demi-sequel to‘Judge, Jury, Executioner’. You don’t have to have read that story to
make this make sense… but it’s highly recommended.
A Danny Phantom Fanfic by Cori
Vlad stood next to Jack’s casket, his blue eyes
sharp and his hands loose by his side. It was a closed casket - but that
wasn’t a surprise. There wasn’t going to be a body. Not the way
Jack had died.
Twenty years of dreaming had finally come to
fruition: Jack getting what was coming to him; Jack losing everything; Jack
just simply losing. Of course, Vlad had always had higher hopes
than a quick death for the man - but being here, standing over Jack’s body, the
ultimate winner of their little duel? That had always been the dream.
…Now that he was actually able to do it,
though? His fingers trailed over the metal of the casket, tracing the
smooth lines and the velvet-covered handles, confused by the morose thoughts
circling in his mind. It felt like something had been stolen from him.
Time for a product review. Also known as your save your money post. I know when new products come on the market we are tempted to try them. Nyx has never steered me wrong until now.
This Tame and Frame brow pomade should be renamed to No Tame What a Shame. This product has a type of greasy consistency to it. It is not easy to apply at all and it clumps in your eyebrows. It also can give off a gray look. If you want casket sharp, funeral home fresh eyebrows this product is for you. Save your 7.00 and buy you a 5.00 foot long and keep the change. You will feel better that you did. Do y’all see this foolishness below. This foolishness looks Gray and applies Gray. Who in the world thought that was a good idea.
Final verdict: You better off purchasing a 5.00 foot long and keeping the change, Nyx tried my life with this product! I took actual pictures with my camera for you guys to see.