🔮 molly moves to boston
🔮 the rabbit
The phone rings for the fifth time.
Molly ignores it as she pulls open her drawer. She breathes deeper into the face mask as she works, pulling out clothes, one by one, throwing them into the box, hair sticking to her face.
🔮 the drive
Stuffed animals never appealed to her that much as a child outside of the ones she had brought her brother excitedly when her mother had announced her pregnancy.
🔮 gryffin meets his "mother", karen
the truck takes two hours to load, and when it's done, molly finds that she's near to exhaustion already. but there's no time to give in. not yet.
🔮 revenge, in three parts
adults have always warned him to be careful what he posts online, to watch what he says on social media. but adults are all hypocritical bastards, and gryffin is grateful for it for once, because with just several easy payments with his dad’s emergency credit card to a few websites specializing in digging up adoption records and two months worth of facebook stalking, he’s found his sister, his two brothers, and his birth mother: karen patton.
🔮 she contemplates motherhood
some humans have a natural resistance to telepathy, charles xavier had once said to madelyne. at the time, they’d all thought that she had been (temporarily) blessed with powers, had finally been (more than human) someone worth seeing as an equal.
it's always two things: red hair, blue eyes.
no matter what mood she's in, no matter the circumstance? that's what she thinks teddy looks like -- what he could look like.