this is the dance from “what’s the use of feeling blue” during the lines “an agate terrifies / a lapis terraforms”.
notice blue pearl’s movement during the latter line. look familiar?
of course it does. it’s the same dance that lapis does while fusing with jasper.
it’s a bit odd that blue pearl would do this - either she knows our lapis, and she’s fused before, which is odd on its own - or all lapises are known to do this. on homeworld, dancing is almost exclusively reserved for fusion. see where i’m going with this?
this could be a stretch, but since lapises are terraformers - it would make sense for them to fuse together in order to incraese their power, like we saw the rubies do in hit the diamond. we already know that out lapis on her own is pretty powerful, so consider: a giant multi-lapis fusion with a huge amount of power to destroy and change an entire planet in the blink of an eye. it would, indeed, make lapis gems a powerful asset on homeworld.
of course, it could just be a subtle throwback to jail break, but I prefer to think it’s hinting to something deeper.
a simple dance representing an entire caste of gems can mean a lot.
Back to working loosely haha I enjoy it far too much 8]
He didn’t know when she started sitting there, every morning at eight, with a cup of coffee in her hands. He only knew when he started remembering her.
Sometimes she was with someone–a friend, he hoped–but most times, she was alone, sitting contentedly with her beverage, enjoying her own company.
He never could quite muster up the courage to go up to her–what was he going to say? “Hey, I’ve been watching you drink coffee every morning as I walk to work, how’s it going?” Yeah, that’s not a bit creepy.
So one day, when it was down-pouring, and he went his way to work, believing fully that perhaps today, he might not get to see her, he was surprised to find he was wrong. There she was, wearing a bright red raincoat–but no umbrella.