It was a sunny day, rare in London for such an early time in the year, but amazingly fitting to the atmosphere that filled the busy field. Men, women and all those in between walked alone, hand in hand, with groups of friends, and all bore grins etched onto their lips.
The green grass sparkled and the teen found it to be littered with glitter and confetti as he walked across it. He was in awe of what was going on, everything surrounding him, but tread carefully and stuck to the sidelines. If he had been given permission to be here, he might be less cautious about being seen, however his parents had harsh disproval for the event, and everything it stood for, and so John Watson sat in the grass under the shade of a tree. Alone, lost only to his thoughts as he wondered if he could ever show his true self.
He’d known he had attraction to both Men and Women for over a year now, but after his sister was kicked out for her drunk habits and girlfriend, he dared not speak of it to his parents. If he had to leave home now he would have no clue where to go.
With a sigh he pulled at the grass beside his knee where he sat crossed legged, and watched once more the bustling crowd of people all joyous and caring.
possible connections; boyfriend/girlfriend, best friend, coworker, pride member
Caleb was preparing himself for a visit with the twins- being a father was hard, especially when it was of four kids with three different mothers. He had various scheduled visits with all of them, and this week the twins were coming to stay with him while their mother was helping her sister with her first child. He’d never had his kids for quiet so long, so he was sort of worried about how he’d keep the two seven year olds occupied- which was why he’d enlisted the help of the other. “So… do you think I can handle them for a week? Or are you staying here to help out? Because I’m pretty sure I sort of need the help.”
“This is the best Diagon Alley has ever looked,” Scorpius said. He turned to the person next to him, “Can you finish putting this on my face?” he offered them a brush and glitter. “Oh, and after this, you never saw me here.”