A Journeyman drabble of chapter 25
Bridget had very patiently waited a total of two minutes and thirteen seconds before bolting from the lounge after Beth and Harry. Her best friend was staying! Long distance friendships were hard to maintain. Bridget would know; she’d left plenty of friends behind in Australia. From the moment a scathing remark regarding their economics class had escaped her mouth in lecture one day in early January and the pretty brunette sitting beside her had quietly nodded her agreement, Bridget knew she’d found a friend. The two of them got along so easily. Study sessions, hours of shopping with coffees in hand, giggling over movies while doing face masks and eating ice cream, it was effortless for them. Saying goodbye to her was something Bridget had lost sleep over in the last month.