Text | Delta
  • Danneel:Hi lovely, it's Danneel, I hope you don't mind but I got your number from Jared because I just had to tell you this.
  • Danneel:I have a sleepy time playlist I play for JJ when she's going down for a nap and it's got a lot of your older stuff on it. So I'm starting to ask her what she wants to listen to blah blah blah, and today clear as a bell she said "Delta please" and I nearly died hahah. She absolutely loves you.
  • Danneel:Hope you're doing well!
Glasses Half Full | Alex & Delta

Alex pushed a tightly coiled strand of hair behind her ear, tucked a few things inside her handbag, and grabbed her flat key before walking out the door. She locked the door behind her and dropped her keys into a pocket. She had no intention of driving. Outside she caught a taxi and took it to the bar and restaurant that she and Delta had agreed to meet at. It was an evening that she was looking forward to. She hadn’t been out with anyone else since she was in LA, and aside from taking her daughter to dinner she hadn’t been out just girls since she was in Manhattan with Jenn.

When she arrived inside the restaurant she saw that it wasn’t overly busy. She fussed with smoothing her dress down and allowed them to seat her, making sure to let them know that she was expecting someone else to join here. After a moment someone came by to take her drink order and she ordered a glass of wine figuring that once her companion arrived they might order a bottle, but not wanting to pick without her input. Her drink arrived and shortly after she was a familiar face appear through the door.

anonymous asked:

If you could switch lives with anyone in town, who would you switch with?

That’s a difficult question. There are so many people I’ve met here and I’m sure they all have much more interesting lives than me, but I would have to say Delta (deltslea). I’ve always wondered what it was like to be incredibly gifted in everything you do and I’d love to get to know her extended family of koalas and dingoes. 

anonymous asked:

slurred words (delta)

Pursing his lips, Bob thought for a moment, hand stroking his chin. Then, he cracked a grin, so wide it almost reached his ears. “Delta! Oh, Delta, she’s amazing, isn’t she? My Aussie sister!” He ran his hand through his hair, still smiling, before shaking his head. “She’s a lovely woman. I have a lot of respect for her… and any man that gets to be with her. Seriously, if I find out anyone treats her wrong…” he pressed his fist into his open palm and cracked his knuckles. Then, he busted into laughter and held up a hand. “No, no, I don’t condone violence, but Delta, she deserves the best there is. Is that too cheesy?”