Later that morning….

Stefano watches as Vance makes them breakfast, he’s got so many different thoughts running through his head right now.  He needs to go away somewhere quiet to clear his mind and figure out what he wants.

Stefano:  “So, I was thinking…..”

Vance: “Yeah?”

Stefano:  “Maybe we should take a camping trip.”

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26, mattfoggy

Prompt was: Well, I couldn’t let you die alone.

For about five seconds after waking, Matt feels brilliant—his muscles pleasantly wrung out and his mind quiet. But then two inescapable truths haul back their fists and pummel him in the head simultaneously.

One. He’s very hungover.

Two. He’s very alone.

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