“Could you just close the door and come over here? You have no reason to rush out, I didn’t post your grade. I want to discuss it in person.”
You swallowed hard at his words but did as you were told, closing the classroom door and going over to his desk. He was looking through the stack of students’ sketchbooks on his desk, presumably for your own. He pulled one of of the stack and laid it in the middle of his desk, and you froze.
You could feel all color draining from your face once you noticed which sketchbook he had pulled out of the pile. There was a Hello Kitty sticker stuck to the top right corner of it, indicating it was your sketchbook.
Your personal sketchbook.
word count: 10.1k
genre: fluff & smut (a lot of soft/domestic stuff, concludes w smut)
PET PROJECT: In their historic San Francisco home, art collectors Norah
and Norman Stone give free reign to their playful sense of style -
photography: Douglas Friedman - text: Vicky Lowry - styling: Michael
Reynolds - AD October 2016
“The cloak room’s mirrored walls and antique vanity are original; the “Cat Litter” sculpture is by Robert Gober.” (1989 plaster, ink & latex paint)