So apparently there is a scene in the light novels where Hayner and the gang spot Namine 10 munny for some ice cream and she hangs out briefly but then has to erase their memories of her and I’m not okay. Let the poor nobody be happy ;A;
Don’t try to tell me that those tired old men would even manage to stay awake til 12 ô___o
This is just something super-quick because I’ll head off in..uhm..20 minutes ago ^^ But I wanted to thank all of you for making it through 2016 with me. I wish you, those two losers and everyone else a happy and better 2017 :*
Ginny was honestly surprised she was considered enough of a Padre to warrant an invitation to the team Christmas party.
Sure, a lot of that surprise was founded in self-pity, but she felt she was allowed.
After all, her rookie season in the bigs ended (and started, honestly) in heartbreak, her brother wasn’t speaking to her, Amelia was back, but their relationship was strained, and Noah wouldn’t quit dropping hints about a world tour that Ginny was increasingly sure she had no interest in.
And Mike Lawson was back with his wife. Not that she cared about that. If he was happy, so was she. It hadn’t been a lie when she said those words to Amelia and it wasn’t now.
All in all, there wasn’t a lot that was really putting her in a festive mood.
Only Blip’s promise of excellent catering and free-flowing booze had secured her attendance.
Mostly, she wanted to do what she’d done since her season ended: sit in her hotel room and binge watch terrible reality shows. They helped her feel better about her own life.
The life where she was getting ready to go to a party for a team she wasn’t even sure she belonged to anymore. The doctors and front office sounded optimistic, but Ginny knew the drill. Players were sent back down to the minors all the time for slighter injuries than hers.
Well. She might as well take advantage of being a Padre while she still could. Especially when there was free food involved.
She was keeping her expectations low for this party.