Today it's time for the re-post of some very, very small stories. Originally written for the fffc Quick Creation Game in October and for some of the wonderful pics our julchen11 posts every day.
Fandom: The Faculty
Rating: PG - PG13
Disclaimer: of course, I don't own The Faculty nor the characters
Challenge at fffc: write a three sentence story to a given prompt
Casey felt relieved when he had finally left the crowded airport behind. He had always dreamed about it to be an ace photographer one day, but the last two weeks had given him a reality check.
All he wanted now was to rush to Zeke and promise him, that he would never leave him alone again.
"Well," Zeke said and smirked,"I've major doubts that what we have noticed in the woods was a werewolf."
Casey shook his head about so much ignorance.
"You did fight Aliens once who tried to take over the world; one should think that you are more open for the impossible."
Zeke stared at the big heart-shaped box of chocolates in the hands on his best friend; the sudden jealousy rushing through his body made him tremble.
"Don't tell me that you have a date with bitchy Delilah," he tried to make a joke.
With a wide grin on his face, Casey answered:"Don't worry, I have a date with a very nice, old lady, my grandma; and she can't wait to get to know the guy I'm fallen in love into."
And now some bits, written for two of julchen11's pics
Casey was standing at the fence, taking in the beautiful sight. He loved it to come here in the early morning hours when everyone else was still asleep. Then it was just him, the trees, almost bald now; the fog, thick and wet sometimes, but not scaring; the sun, fighting to come to life, to give at least some comforting warmth. A lot of people called November a dark and sad month. Not though Casey. For him, it was as if the nature was just preparing for a well-deserved rest.
After Mary Beth he had been sure, that he would never ever be able to move on again. As much as his parents tried to help him, the teachers, the shrink, even the others students who had never cared about him before. But Casey had felt like paralyzed.
Until one day Zeke forced him to a trip into the lonely woods nearby. The world outside was frozen stiff but in the small hut, it was warm and comfortable. And when Zeke pulled him into his arms to hold him, Casey was able to relax for the first time since months.