To say not to expect an update. I’m utterly snowed under at work and my sister is visiting from tomorrow as we are going to see Superstars of gymnastics at the weekend. It’ll be on Sky so watch if you get it. Its also Brum world cup this weekend on BBc, and the lovely Brinn will be competing there. I’ve not made any decisions about … Continue reading Just a quick update
You know when I write these woe is me, I am so uninspired pieces you all pick me up and my creativity comes back. I do find that getting it all out lets me move on and write again. This is the longest I’ve gone without writing a Blue chapter I think. And I am sorry because I know that is what you come here … Continue reading The end of Blue?
“I am gay. I don’t know how much you had guessed. I held off telling you out of fear, not for myself but that you would reject Freddie. Also because of Arabella, she has behaved badly since we split but she didn’t deserve to be the subject of gossip because of me.” Horace says to his parents at the dinner table. “Just get Freddie out … Continue reading The Number Crunchers 23
“Darling, what is wrong, you’re white as a sheet?” Horace asks when he comes back. “You wouldn’t come out for me, to your parents privately. But for Tris you’ll tell the whole world.” Freddie whispers. “What? What?” Horace calls to Freddie’s departing back. Horace sits at Freddie’s desk and reads the article with his mouth open. He can feel a huge wave of anger flowing … Continue reading The number crunchers 22
“Wow. Oh Horace, you did all this for me?” Freddie asks in amazement. No one has ever gone to so much trouble for him. Freddie is utterly overwhelmed by the flowers. “You deserve it. I hate that I feel like you’re slipping away from me.” Horace says. “Dinner and the show would have been enough. I love our house, you didn’t need to go so … Continue reading The number crunchers 21
“Be careful and don’t get too drunk.” Freddie says as the pair meet at the dessert station. “Are you sure?” Horace asks. “It would have been nice to be asked too but we don’t have to do everything together. I can go home and watch tv shows you hate and let my food baby go down.” Freddie grins. “That actually sounds better than an expensive … Continue reading The number crunchers 20
Horace looks over at Freddie and feels butterflies. The pair have split their team in two and are both leading a small group on separate parts of their current project. Freddie is sat having a lunch meeting with his group and is animatedly drawing a diagram for them as they eat. Horace watches for a few more minutes, his smile a mile wide. Ella who … Continue reading The number crunchers 19