Then she burnt her toast and spilled her yogurt. And sometimes she wondered if maybe, if he still This was written for hetbigbang, and is fairly long. She could help him be the man he should be, at least professionally.
Mac stifled a groan as she waited for the elevator. Your review has been posted.
She'd gotten over her mental issues of the morning, only to pick up a whole new set once she got to work. Talk about blowing a situation completely out of proportion. Mac shut her eyes tightly. Her early-morning foolishness didn't even cross her mind again until she was walking back across the bullpen to the conference room.
So she's going to be his friend, and she's going to try and help him be less lonely. Maybe her heart was making up for the length of time it'd taken her to realize she loved in the beginning of their relationship by being irritatingly constant now. Unless something unexpected happened simultaneously on the other side of the room.
So she was just going to walk in there and go about her business, woe to anyone who tried to get in her way. Mac glanced at her trash can.
And given all of the glass on the floor, there was no way she could avoid detection entirely. She was the one who'd destroyed their relationship. It was days like these that she felt like she wasn't actually a grown woman at all.
Unless something unexpected happened simultaneously on the other side of the room. Still, the biggest hypothetical problem was Sloan.
The notion that Will might understand more about the structure of her mind than anyone on the planet bounced around her subconscious for the entire rundown meeting, picking up steam, only to re-emerge in the foreground of her mind when she was back in her office and finishing up the coffee he'd brought her.
Unfortunately her office was on the opposite side of the bullpen from the doors. Now that she was feeling functional, she couldn't believe she'd gotten so worked up about arriving to work slightly later than usual.
Mac scowled to herself as she stepped onto the elevator. A perfect cup of coffee, exactly when it was needed on a bad morning. She was a grown woman for god's sake. Not with Sloan, with herself. Because apparently sometimes she still mattered to him, probably in spite of himself. Because she knew that if she was really unlucky, after the eyebrow raise, Sloan would start implying all sorts of reasons why Mac might be arriving late for work.
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In Whirligig by Paul Fleishman, 17. Chapter 1, Party Time Summary Brent Bishop, the new kid in eleventh grade, has just committed social suicide at the party he counted on to make him cool.
Drunk, enraged and humiliated, he decides real suicide is the only future he wants. Brent in his room playing video games. Brent and his family having dinner. Brent dressing up for the party. Brent going to see Jonathan. Brent & Jonathan.
Whirligig by Paul Fleischman - Chapter 1, Party Time summary and analysis. Learn whirligig chapter 1 with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of whirligig chapter 1 flashcards on Quizlet. 1 Whirligig 2 [Blank Page] 3 Party Time B rent turned toward his clock.
It was five thirty-five. He hated the hours before a party. A nervous energy whipped back and forth inside As was proven by theorem 50 in chapter 6. Stop worrying!
It's party time!" Jumping from one freeway to another, they zigzagged across Chicago. Brent had his doubts.Whirligig chapter 1