Summary: American university student Eva is spending Spring Break in an unlikely place, but what happens might just might be worth the lack of a sunny beach.
Rating: T for now.
Authors Note/Warning: None
Just. A. Little. Bit. Farther. I chanted to myself as I was finishing up my five-mile battle with the treadmill. God, you’re so out of shape Eva. I decided to finish up my workout on a high note, so I cranked up the treadmill up to 11, and began the somewhat quicker pace. I was on the second day of my week-long vacation for spring break here in Toronto. Not exactly the most idealic location for spring break, but I won the trip on an online competition, so no complaints from me. The promotion put me up in the Ritz, with beautiful views of Lake Ontario. One of the best parts of the hotel however, was the hotel gym. Set on the top floor, I did my workout overlooking the city from twenty floors up. Toronto in the morning was truly a beautiful sight. I had flown in yesterday afternoon, and by the time I got through customs, it was dark out, so I retreated to my penthouse suite and ordered in. Rising early, my first goal was to enjoy the gym and pool. I made my way up one floor to the gym, and am now nearing the end of my hour long work out in the empty gym. Is anyone else even awake, I wondered. Sure it was almost seven in the morning, but I, the ultimate nigh-owl, anti-morning, person should not be the only one up here. I shrugged and strode the last few thousand feet in peace and quiet.
Today someone recognized me as Intern Chris from The Needle Drop when I was at Amoeba Music, and then Doldrums played an instore show that I didn’t previously know about, and now I’m going to see Christopher Owens later tonight because the guy who recognized me told me about the show and is apparently friends with him.