Yes, Sir. I’ll continue to impress you.
Of course, Daddy. I’ll make sure you have a plate packed before you leave for the hotel. I know how much you despise the hotel food. Photography club? Oh, we’re doing very well. And we have you to thank, Daddy, for the extra funding. We’re still selling calendars and have a lot of things planned for Summer.
Good girl but I know you will. I definitely believe that.
Beautiful, make sure you add a jar of tea for me. Nothing beats homemade tea. yes, the club, Miss. Roselle mentioned it and I wanted to check how it was going. I don’t mind the spending the money if it’s something you children are passionate about and working hard at. I do like when it turns out successful. I have mine hanging in the office.
I’m glad. And I’m only going to continue to work on making you proud, Daddy. I promise.
Did you want something else to drink or eat? I made Iced Tea like Mom used to make for us when we were back home.
Excellent Quinnie. I hope to still be impressed, because it is a nice feeling.
No, no. I’m good at the moment stuffed. It was a nice dinner, having everyone in one place. It’s okay to sit for a moment, I just wanted to talk to you. I’ve said my bit, now why don’t you tell me about this photography club?
Nope, no major disasters in this corner, I’m really just trying to make you proud. Really, Daddy? Thank you. That means the world coming from you.
I’m glad to hear that and you’re succeeding. I always knew my children would be successful, naturally, but you’re exceeding even my expectations. Which is hard to do. I’m glad it does. I really couldn’t be happier with this visit in your department.
Well, I still have all A’s on my exams Daddy and I’ve gotten Best Switch three times. But, um, what boy? Jayden? I’m actually not seeing him anymore. I’m trying to concentrate on my school work and extracurriculars. Did she? I’m glad, what does this mean, Daddy?
You do and you have, but still. I suppose I was waiting for some major disaster to arise from your corner. That’s good, I’m thrilled to hear that. So I was told and you’re doing well in those as well. She did, she did. It means you did your job. And then some, actually. I’ve very proud of you, Quinnie. Incredibly. I don’t tell you that enough.
Yes, Daddy. Doubts about what?
How well yourwere actually going to be graded. I remember that…boy and while I have my ear to the ground, I don’t catch everything. However, you were complimented wonderfully by the Headmistress. Do you know what that means, sweetheart?
"Quinn. You know we met Miss. Roselle. I had my doubts about things."
This is Tiffany’s, Regina’s favorite. I want you to have it. It’s yours.
Russell was about to push her back, but she got mouthy. Which made him back smack her with his ring finger as hard as he could. She needed to learn to control that mouth, not only when she was referencing to him, but also his wife. But then he realized he had hit a student, a Roselle student and he stepped away, not looking at her. “Go.” He ordered.
Ash couldn’t of moved even if she had saw it coming. Her hand came up to her stinging cheek, though her eyes stayed cast down toward the floor. That was the second time this week someone had slapped her all because of her stupid mouth. But he said the only word she needed and quickly made to go before he changed his mind, slipping past him without a glance. What the fuck just happened?