The BookstoreDana wandered past the bookshelves that lined the walls, trailing her thin pianist fingers across their worn spines. Her eyes gazed off into the distance, as if watching some far away movie scene.
"Dana! Back to work with you!" Farin growled at her from across the room. How did he see her? Dana could have sworn that he had never looked up from his book. She sighed and pulled the broom back out from behind the shelf where she had stashed it.
"I should be getting paid for this!" she grumbled under her breath.
"You can get paid when you actually do some work!" said Farin again. Dana rolled her eyes. If she didn't know any better, she would have said that Farin had super powers. But that wasn't possible. She continued sweeping in silence as Farin finally finished his book and went into the back room to put it away again.
"Watch the shop Dana!"
"Whatever." said Dana, pretending to be bored. She watched him leave with the corner of her eye, as soon as he was out of sight, she set down her br
Halfway to ForevermoreLucy slid the latch into place, pulling on the harness cord, just in case.
"Ready up there Ruthie?" her partner, Jack called up to her from the cockpit.
"Call me Ruthie again Ryan, and I'll tie you to the rafters in your sleep. Yes. I'm ready." Lucy and Jack both knew that her threats were empty. She had saved his life way to many times to requisite hanging him from the rafters. Besides, they were almost done with their two year engagement period, there was no way in hell she was going to interrupt that again. She saw Jack grin up at her through the glass, and she couldn't help but smile back. Jack was contagious like that.
"Okay then. Don't die Ruthie. Three, two, one." Before she could complain about the stupid nickname he'd given her two years before; she was falling through the air at breakneck speed, hurtling towards earth at 85 miles an hour. Just before she reached the ground, the cord tightened again and she was sent flying back towards the airship. Lucy grinned as t