At the Zoo - Chapter 3
Thank you, really, to every single one of your comments on the previous chapter.
I was afraid you would hate it …. really afraid.
A little reprieve for our favorite baker, now. Time for him to look at the Red Pandas. (I know, they are the cutest ever.)
My deepest thanks to @xerxia31 and @dandelion-sunset for their beta skills and their help in making the story right :)
To @akai-echo you are a true artist, a magician of the images … thank you for lending me your talent.
I know, it’s not Monday, but I’ll be busy like a bee tomorrow so … early present :)
3. Ailurus fulgens.
“Have you written or painted anything lately?”
Peeta turned away from the windows he’d been gazing through for a couple of minutes - he had been lost in the simple movement of the willow tree, whose branches had seemed to be swaying with the gentle music of the wind.
He looked at Dr. Aurelius, seated in the armchair on the other side of the little table, looking the same as ever, focused on him, the same little smile on the corner of his lips as any other day.
“Which one?” the doctor asked, curious.
Peeta just shrugged. What did it matter to the doctor?