Owen avoided his friends like the plague since he found about Fitz and Brooke. It’s not like Fitz actually tried contacting him, Bianca had, but Owen didn’t respond to her either. He was mad at all of them, most of all his best friend. It wasn’t so much Brooke or Bianca. He understand why Bianca didn’t say anything and with his girlfriend, he didn’t see this is as her fault. Mark should have known better. After everything they been through, that Owen did for him, Fitz repays him by having the one girl Owen loves fall for him. The male took a long sip of his beer. He was already more than tipsy, but the weed he was smoking mellowed him out a lot. To the point that when he saw Brooke enter the room that he didn’t get upset. A half smile raised on his lips quickly fading when he took a hit of the bong.
“But I say, walk by the Spirit, and you will not gratify the desires of the flesh.” - Galatians 5:16 -
It’s not about us walking toward the plans we have for us. It’s about putting God in the Center of our hearts in which the desire we have is for Him to take over our lives. By then we realize that when we pray we’re not asking God to do what we wanted for us, instead what He wanted for us. A good pastor (Ptr. Peter Tan-Chi) pointed out that “Prayer is when God changes you.” and not the other way around.
Flying on his own was slightly more
terrifying than doing it with Urtica, only because Urtica had been little use
in navigating the airport. Coffea was too excited to get worried about it,
though. He had a small travel bag and Rhody had made sure to book a hotel
nearby. It was terrifying to be in a city the size of LA, but he trusted that
he wasn’t going to be allowed to get lost.
He saw her waiting for him, lounging around
with model-like grace. Her eyes lit up and she waved excitedly.
“COFFEA!! Oh my Goddex, Coff!” She rushed
up to him and enveloped him into a hug, giving him a kiss on his cheek.
“Lani!” he grinned. “Christus, it’s been fucking long, eh?”
She pulled away. “You look – huh, you got muscles. The cameras don’t do you
“Did you expect me to be that weedy kid
“You literally got into fights every week,
Coff, I would not call you weedy.”