Intertwined and TwistedThe storm whispered. With each flash of lightning, it seemed like those whispers were starting to turn into shouts until eventually it was just screaming at me. There was no way I'd be able to get back home right away. Not without being drowned in an insane amount of rainwater.More Like This
Leddy walked up behind me, patting me on the back.
"Well, it looks like you're not going home any time soon," he said.
I rested my chin in my hand and kept staring out the window. After a moment, I sighed and turned to look back at him.
"I guess not," I said.
He flashed me a sympathetic look and turned away from me. He gestured over to Oliver who sat in the random swivel chair that they had in the living room.
I was starting to notice that a lot of their furniture seemed to be mixed-and-matched for whatever reason. It wasn't necessarily bad, but it did look strange.
Leddy tilted his head towards me. "You owe her big time, man," he said.
"Yeah, I know," Oliver said. "I know I already said thanks, but thanks again