#28 for Amy?
What do you think a cupholder is for?
The first thing Amy said when he set his cup down on the mass of papers spread across the coffeetable was: “You do know there’s such a thing as a cupholder. Graduating a semester ahead was a big deal, especially for Amy, and to be accepted into Bludhaven University’s genetics program at such a young age and already have a spot saved to intern with Dr. Roquette was almost unheard of, but Amy’s biggest problem was housing.
Her parents (all four of them) didn’t really fight over who’s house she spent more time at anymore, but the fact remained, Bludhaven University was too far to commute from either house. Dick had gone with her one weekend to tour the campus and check out the dorms, and while Amy had loved the campus, she’d absolutely hated the dorms, so she was looking for an apartment.
“Why do you even want my opinion?” Dick inquired. “You’re the one that’s going to be living there, you and Artemis.”
Artemis had transferred to Bludhaven University last semester and one semester in the dorms had been enough for her. She’d suggested rooming together to Amy on patrol, because even though she loved Wally with all her heart, he had a full ride scholarship at his school and Bludhaven had the best program for Artemis, so they’d have to deal with being apart.
“Yeah, but you’re going to be coming up to see me all the time, baby blues, and you know,” Amy’s eyes shifted, “maybe you’ll want to move in with me after you graduate.”
A smile curled Dick’s lips. “So, you like the brownstone?”
Amy grinned widely.