Starry NightJoy stared up into the starry sky with her hands pressed against the windows of the headquarters. Even though she loved everything about the place, it could get a little…restricting at times. She longed to go out and explore the far-off islands of Riley’s mind. They looked so colourful, so lively, so...different, especially now in the dark of the night. She looked like she’d fit right in with their splendour. Joy loved doing what she did best – making Riley happy, but even she had to admit that sometimes she wanted a little more out of her usual routine.Starry Night in General Fiction More Like This
She laughed to herself. She sounded like one of the princesses she’d seen the many times Riley had sat down to watch a Disney film. She was so lost in thought she didn’t notice another reflection materialise on her right.
“What’s so funny?”
Joy jumped. “Oh! Hey Fear, I didn’t see you there.” She cleared her throat. “I was just…thinking.
A Walk In The Park (Human!Emotions AU)Joy wasn’t the sort to go out for night walks. But this time she didn’t care. She left her home without saying anything and strolled out into the dark.A Walk In The Park (Human!Emotions AU) in General Fiction More Like This
The crickets were chirping in the summer warmth and the sun was gone. The only other sound was that of her shoes against the tarmac, the grass and then silence. She sat back on a bench watching the dark purple sky and recalled times that had passed by.
It had been eleven years since Riley had moved. She was the first friend Joy ever had. They’d been there almost since the beginning after their mothers introduced them to each other in preschool. Then along came Delores – the shy, quiet one about a year later. The three girls couldn’t be more different, yet they all got on splendidly well. Joy was the fun-loving, optimistic one, Riley was the daring tomboy and Delores… Well, Delores was the calm one they supposed – if a bit gloomy at times.
And then before they knew it, they entered elementary sch