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 Knitting for Beginners, Tag: Jaya, Seraphim Drake
Monday West
 Posted: Apr 8 2017, 10:40 AM
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Monday didn't think he'd ever met an Elaine, apart from maybe some dinner lady or cleaner when he was still at school - he thought it was a very old name. Then, who was he to talk about names? "That's nice. My boys are just Tom and Josh, no middle names, they seem a bit odd - me and my sisters don't have them. I suppose most people do. When I knew Tom was going to be born, I just wanted him to have a simple name. Probably the opposite problem that most teenagers have when naming a kid, but I know what it's like to be that kid in class with the strange name." Having been called such an unusual name as Monday had definitely affected his choices for his own children's names.

"I wish I had magic. It might make things easier!" Monday laughed, then laughed again at the thought of a TV show about cougars. "They make programmes about anything. It sounds like the kind of thing my older sister would watch though, she'd probably find it hilarious. She watches all that... Kim Kardashian type of stuff." Indie was... unique, that was for sure. Monday loved her, though, and desperately missed her. He knew Tom missed her too. It was strange to think that Josh hardly knew her when she'd been such a big part of Monday's life.

Tom was adorable... but he could be difficult, too. "It is... just as long as no-one claims to know anything about dinosaurs or really like them because he'll quiz them to death about it. Or on the opposite side, if anyone says they don't like them, they've just made an enemy." Monday laughed, but it was a two-sided laugh. It sounded like he was joking, but he wished he was only joking. "I don't think he lets himself get pushed around, he's pretty determined in what he likes. Probably too determined sometimes." Monday broke off to laugh, "Like I probably go on about my kids too much. I can't really complain about him liking dinosaurs, though... it's a better interest than a lot of things and I've done my fair share of encouraging him. Better him to be obsessed with them than... monster trucks or something else that could be dangerous. Dinosaurs are pretty tame in comparison... y'know, considering they're extinct."
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Seraphim Drake
 Posted: Apr 8 2017, 08:59 PM
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Seraphim was some diner lady. Although she wasn’t middle aged, or elderly, like some people who worked that career path. Gertie’s had employed those who were older, but lately it was a just women in their twenties, and a couple in their thirties. Seraphim currently qualified as a woman in her thirties, although she was definitely on the lower end. Apparently Monday’s children didn’t have middle names. It was certainly a strange thought to consider someone not having a middle name. It seemed incomplete. Like there was always something a bit more behind the name you used to introduce yourself at a job interview. However, some people didn’t have middle names. Emily from work didn’t actually have a middle name, it was just unique.

I understand that reasoning,” Seraphim said when Monday explained not wanting his kids to have odd names in school. Monday was not a common name. Tom and Josh? Well, they were good names, but certainly also what one would call run of the mill. Sera couldn’t recall if she’d ever had any weird reactions to her name growing up. She also didn’t realize that no one called her Sera until college. Always Seraphim, because that was what her parents called her, so why would she go by anything different? It wasn’t until Cooper that anyone called her that, although due to the amnesia, she went by it more now. Except when she was trying to use her full name so that she could get used to it again.

Magic would definitely make things easier. Thus was the whole point of magic. Right? Apparently Monday’s sister liked reality TV shows. “Well, they can be funny, and pretty casual viewing, which is sometimes good. I don’t watch a lot of shows, but it can be good background noise.” Considering she had only recently gotten a TV from her friend. Why? Her friend had an extra. Even with all the money that Seraphim fell into, the idea of just having an extra TV to give away blew her mind.

Aw, that’s quite a thing to make an enemy over,” Seraphim said with a small laugh. Enemies over not liking dinosaurs. “I guess that’s kids. Things are so much more serious, or they’re so much less serious sometimes.” Like homework. There was something so nice about how things could just… go along, for kids. Not having to worry about how every action would shape your life. Monday remarked that it was a tame interest for his kid, because they were extinct. “True… but probably disappointing in that regard for him. He can’t go visit any living ones. Not like wanting to be a rodeo rider. Although I suppose that is also dangerous. And as far as talking about kids… I’m fine with that. I like kids, I used to watch my neighbor’s kids all the time and… I mean, it is how we’ve met. They become pretty life encompassing.

She could talk about something else, but if anyone even wanted to pretend that Seraphim had a hobby, then Lainey was really the top of her list. Being a parent was just… up there. “So, what is something you like to do that has nothing to do with being a parent?

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Monday West
 Posted: Apr 16 2017, 10:32 AM
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Monday smiled, knowing that Seraphim was right about children and their seriousness when he thought of Tom. "Hate dinosaurs, make an enemy, love dinosaurs, make a best friend... life is definitely simpler in some ways when you're a kid." He agreed. Making friends as an adult was nowhere near so simple. Instead it was filled with social politics and competition, and that was if you even had much spare time to socialist in the first place.

What did Monday like to do that had nothing with being a parent?

He laughed, a little nervously, when he tried to think about it.

"Well, you know when you mentioned kids becoming pretty life encompassing?" He raised an eyebrow at Sera, shaking his head at himself.

His life pretty much revolved around his children, anything Monday wanted to do as an individual was either tied to his sons or took a back seat.

"I like to draw, though it's become a job as well a hobby. I'm an illustrator. Mostly for young adult fiction, it's the easiest to get into, but it's still linked to being a parent, isn't it? For me, I went after that sort of work because I was a single parent, at least. And anything else I like... I used to love skateboarding and I probably still would if I have the time, but these days I think more about wanting to teach Tom rather than taking a trip down the local skate park by myself. I think I'd just feel out of place now and know all the teenagers were wondering what the old guy was doing there." He hummed, letting out a small laugh. It might be one of the only places he could go to and feel old, if only due to the juxtaposition of the time he used to frequent skate parks. "All encompassing is the right phrase. Everything I like doing has something to do with being a parent. So, it's probably for the best that you don't mind me gushing about kids. What about you?" He flashed Sera a smile as they walked.
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Seraphim Drake
 Posted: Apr 19 2017, 11:28 PM
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Seraphim chuckled. Dinosaurs were the key to Tom’s heart. That was simple enough. Sera would not claim to know of anything that was the key to her heart. One thing that trumped anything and you were just in her trust. While she didn’t claim to know of anything, the simple fact of being decent usually got people farther than it should. Not the naivety applied to the world being all good and fair, but thinking that each person standing in front of her was good until proven otherwise. It wasn’t something that she professed, but it was accurate to how she lived her life.

Seraphim, trying to get to know this man outside their very well discussed shared trait, children, asked him about himself. Something about him that didn’t have to do with his kids. The nervous laugh was a tip that he was struggling, and Sera’s expression turned to amused sympathy. He reminded her of her statement about kids being all encompassing, and she chuckled. “I seem to recall saying that, yes.

So Monday was a parent first, and a Monday second. She could understand that. Sera wasn’t sure she was that way. Probably not. She focused on Lainey, but she had other interests. She included Lainey in them, but Sera knew that she had too much work left finding who she was and who she’d been to stop focusing on herself even if she wanted to. Monday did like to draw, enough that it was his job. Enough that he still liked it while it was his job. He had liked skating. That was nice. It had nothing to do with his kids, even less than the drawing, but it did seem like he didn’t know how to separate from his kids. That was fair. And what about Sera?

Oh… well, its easier not to just want to get Lainey into everything since she ‘s too young to do a lot of activities. As opposed to spectate. I like doing yoga, and ice skating. I’ve taken Lainey on runs and walks and even ice skating. Can’t really pull it off with yoga,” she admitted with a small laugh, “but those are my things that I like to do. And… I guess going through old papers and pictures and things like that.” The reason for that was a lot less charming, so she didn’t try to delve into it. “You’ve never tried ice skating, have you?” She had certainly not skateboarded… that she knew of.

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Monday West
 Posted: Apr 22 2017, 11:42 AM
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They were getting closer to the school as they walked, the air chilly but not unbearable, the sun even peeking out a little through the cold clouds in the sky. Monday smiled as he watched Josh slowly drift off to sleep, the movement of the pushchair sending him off into a slumber as per usual.

"No, I've never tried ice-skating," Monday admitted, "I used some rollerblades a few times when I was younger, is that similar?" They'd been someone else's rollerblades and he'd just used them out on the street near his friend's house, rather than going to a skating rink. It was more accessible than ice-skating. The weather in England was very rarely icy and cold enough for ponds to freeze over completely so skating on a pond was unlikely and going to an ice-skating rink was costly and a privilege Monday had never experienced as a child. No-one he knew exactly had any ice-skates he could borrow to try, either. He didn't think he'd even seen a pair in real life. "I thought about taking Tom a few times but I worry about not being able to help him when I don't know what I'd be like on the ice." Plus, the cost of the outing. It was a lot of money to spend on an activity Monday wasn't sure he or Tom would enjoy or even be able to do. Maybe it was something to think about in the future. "He's never expressed much interest. I can't believe you've taken Lainey! You must be really good to feel that confident. I'm guessing you carried her, rather than kit her out with skates when she can't walk." Monday smiled down at Lainey - she was cute.

"I'd like to take Tom sometime. Maybe when he's grown into himself - he's growing so fast at the moment, he can't get used to his size before he's growing again. He's a little clumsy... and growing me out of house and home." He'd never been so thankful for Indie's overspending and random presents because she thought this outfit was cute or that outfit was adorable - or 'hot', if it was for him rather than the boys. It wasn't only because she liked certain items of clothing, Monday knew she liked to help however she could and the distance between them must have been as difficult for her to bear as it was for him. "Then again.. he might surprise me and turn out to be some pro."
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Seraphim Drake
 Posted: Apr 24 2017, 09:17 PM
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Was ice skating like roller blading? Hm. “Conceptually.” such a non-committal answer that should be a clear enough no. She didn’t want to just leave it at that. Of course there was the atmosphere. One actually slapped blades on your feet, to cut through ice… not just roll along. You were going to roll a lot more just standing on a slope on wheels than on blades and ice. Then there was the control. It was a perfect atmosphere for working out too. It was so cold, and you could start out alert, then work yourself down through your outer layers until those skimpy little stretch fabrics were actually enough to keep you warm. None of this really mattered to a casual skater though.

If you are good at one your body will better understand the other but… being quite good at one does not translate into the other. Usually people rollerblade more than ice skate. It has a degree of control that you can’t get in roller blading because you are blading on the ground, but your ice skate… the metal is actually cutting into the ice, so you get a grip with that.” That was probably simple enough to be accessible. And a good place to stop. Although on the topic of taking Lainey, she laughed.

Yeah, I don’t think they even make skates her size. But… I started skating,” she had the picture books, ribbons, and notes to tell her this much, “when I was two.” She’d have a few years off, but it was hard to casually dismiss that anomaly. Even though she’d taken time off, it felt amazing on the ice, and she knew that Lainey was safe. She hadn’t taken her out the first time. She didn’t do any leaps through the air, or jumps. She also tried not to get too much cold air on Lainey.

Seraphim laughed when Monday informed her that Tom was growing her out of house and home. He might go pro even, she chuckled some more. “Could be. You learn to move about whatever way is presented to you. So, sometimes learning when you are clumsy can help. Not for everyone though, definitely. But if there is some skating event in town, or the lakes are frozen over, and you ever want to try, I’m not a bad teacher.” She wasn’t sure if she should offer, since they just met, but it came up. She liked ice skating, and it was a bit hard to just turn that off when the topic came up. Even if she brought it up. It was ice skating. Were there any activities that she loved more? “In any case, trying things once is fun just to have done it, even if you don’t like it.

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Monday West
 Posted: Apr 29 2017, 02:35 PM
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'Conceptually'. Monday wondered if that was a polite way of saying they weren't alike at all, smiling slightly at the thought. When Sera went on to explain, what she said made sense, but it also spoke of the passion she had for it.

"You started when you were two?" Monday repeated, looking to Sera with a raised eyebrow. He thought she must be very skilled if she'd been skating that long. "Well, you must know what you're doing. There's probably not anyone better in town to be on hand to teach Tom! I'll... have a think about for next year, definitely. Thanks for offering. I don't want to sound like some over-protective parent, but... is it safe to skate on the lakes? Well, how do you know if it's safe, if the ice is thick enough? I think about it and just get the worst case scenario playing out in my head." He gave Sera a wry smile. "Are there places in town to rent skates?" That, too, was an issue aside even from the danger of the hobby. Monday didn't think that ice skates would come cheap and he didn't have much money spare to splash on frivolities. Yes, it would be for Tom... but he begrudged spending money on something Tom might not even enjoy. Still, Sera was right. "I do like the idea of him getting to experience it." He hated the thought of either of his sons missing out.

Monday looked up at the road ahead of them, "We're almost there." He checked his watch, a brightly coloured one that had been a gift from Tom, "And right on time, even a little early." He laughed, "Well, kids have definitely kept me fit. I don't think I walked anywhere near as much before I had one of these to push around." He tapped the handle of the stroller very gently, mindful of Josh sleeping below. He looked deep into his sleep, mouth open very slightly and like he wasn't going to be waking up anytime soon.
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Seraphim Drake
 Posted: Apr 30 2017, 09:48 PM
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She wasn’t just saying it to be polite. Conceptually they were quite similar, but it was in the fine detailed that they differed. And while Seraphim saw nothing wrong with inline skating, she didn’t have the sort of passion for it that she had for ice skating. She laughed when he questioned her starting at two. She knew that fact. She couldn’t remember it though. She couldn’t remember going to classes with her dad, or how she’s been on skates like she’d been walking, or the little frame that she used to skate with when she had been really young. Those memories were gone, and as hard as it was to remember anything that you did at two years old, she had also lost the moments of her parents reminiscing about those times. She was living evidence though.

She laughed again when he asked about it being safe to skate in a lake. “Oh, no, that isn’t over-protective. Some people are too reckless. As far as how you know its safe…” she hadn’t been skating in a while, but she had looked into options, and it seemed like information she used to know. “You can cut a hole in the ice until you get to the water. It can be tiny, mind you. Just some way to measure the ice. Five or more inches should hold a snow mobile, so that’s definitely going to carry a person.

As far as skates, that was less simple. Because water and cold came natural, but little shoes with blades attached to the bottoms were less natural to come by. “I will look into it. I have my own skates of course, so I haven’t yet checked into a place to rent. I’m sure there is something around town. I mean, small town, they have had skating events in the past, so I suspect that either a pawn shop or a business working double duty has options. But I’ll definitely ask around and see, I just don’t know at the moment.” With a growing boy like Tom, even if she found a pair now, he’d need a different size by the time he could try them on, if it came to that. At this point, just/because she loved skating, Sera would probably just buy a pair to let Tom try.

They were nearly to the school. “Oh, good. Cute watch,” Sera told him. She figured it was a gift, and probably from Tom, just for how it looked. She didn’t get the impression from Monday that he was concerned what most people thought outside of his family. It was sweet, and for that, she liked him. They were a bit early, and kept in shape because of kids. Sera didn’t have that problem, honestly. Well, she had never been very unfit, honestly. It wasn’t a problem, but it hadn’t been that big of a difference. Lainey made a noise and shifted in her stroller but then settled back peacefully. “That’s good. Right? I mean, it helps with the accent for the cougars, doesn’t it?” she joked. She certainly hadn’t had that experience, but it fit easily with his earlier comment, right? “Also it helps with the stamina, but that’s practical.” As if practicality were bad.

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 Posted: May 14 2017, 02:36 PM
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Well, if a frozen pond could hold a snow mobile, Monday was certain a person wouldn't be too difficult, though he was already making a mental reminder to check that fact later on, just in case. He did feel better just knowing that Sera had an answer for his worries. He didn't distrust her, either, but people made mistakes and he wasn't about to send one of his sons into a potentially dangerous situation.

He might have been a little protective sometimes...

"It sounds like a plan for next winter." Monday smiled, glancing to his watch when Sera pointed it out. "Oh, thanks. Tom picked it out for me." He let out a surprised laugh when Sera mentioned the cougars again, "Hopefully the watch will ward the cougars off!" He chuckled, a little nervously, as the first thing that came to his mind when Sera mentioned 'stamina' was that kind of stamina... but she couldn't mean it that way, could she? Monday spared her a glance and mentally gave himself a slap on the wrist. God, he had to get his mind out of the gutter. "You need a lot of that for kids." He agreed, deciding on the more innocent interpretation of Sarah's words.

They were nearly at the school, the gates in distance. As they got closer, Monday could see the kids lined up waiting to be collected. It didn't take long for a familiar voice to break through the shouting for parents. "Dad!"

Tom came racing towards them, almost screeching to a halt just shy of Joshy's stroller. He looked ready to burst into a story about his day, but paused, looking to Sera and the stroller she had too.

"This' Sera, she walked with me." Monday explained, frowning as Tom's eyes went as wide as saucers. "My mum's called Sarah." The young boy said, sounding surprised and faintly confused, before glancing hurriedly to Monday. The worry in his eyes made Monday's heart feel like it was constricting in his chest. "But... she's not well and Dad doesn't like talking about her." Tom added on, looking sorry that he'd even mentioned it and going very quiet. The first part of his answer was a stock answer, an explanation that Monday had given him, something to say if any kids asked where his mom was without going into detail. The second part of the sentence immediately made Monday feel guilty. He wasn't so oblivious to think that Tom was in the dark about everything that had happened or he could protect his son from the situation with his mum until he was older and more able to understand, but he hadn't thought it effected him so much. The fact Tom was wary to speak of his mother felt like a warning sign.

Monday put an arm around Tom, avoiding Sera's eyes for a second. "No, it's okay." He gave his son a comforting squeeze. He'd have to talk to Tom later, make sure he was comfortable talking about his mum if he wanted to. "It made me feel funny at first, too." He glanced to Sera, smiling, but it was guarded. Already Monday felt like he'd revealed too much in such a simple sentence, but comforting Tom was really more important than keeping his business one hundred per cent private.
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Seraphim Drake
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As much as Sera would never knowingly misinform anyone, she had no issues with people fact checking her information. She was rarely responsible for anyone’s child but her own, and she could not imagine being so proud of her own knowledge that she would not want someone else to check things as well. Safety above anything else, after all. A plan for next winter. It sounded good to Sera. Seraphim was just about the last person to make any sort of lewd comment, so when commenting on stamina she didn’t think anything beyond the innocent. He did need a lot of that for kids. “Yeah, especially if they’re walking, and running. It’s a cute watch.” She wasn’t sure if it would ward off the cougars or not.

They made it to the school, and in a familiar fashion to the occasions when Sera had picked up her neighbor’s kids, a little boy in a lineup recognized his father and ran over. This must be Tom. A cute miniature version of his father to be sure. Seraphim wondered how much Josh would look like his father when he got older, seeing how much Tom did already.

When Sera was introduced, with the nickname of her full name, as was most common, it was met with an uncommon response. Tom’s mother’s name was Sarah. Oh. And he didn’t look happy about this. Seraphim frowned, unsure if she should speak. She wasn’t well, and Monday didn’t like talking about her. Well that was information that Sera didn’t need, and it painted a sad little picture that made Sera feel guilty for even having her name. She’d never had it upset anyone else thus far, but now she felt very out of place.

Monday comforted his son. Apparently her name had made him feel “funny” at first too. Funny seemed like a good word for uncomfortable. He smiled at Sera, and she gave a reflex smile back, wishing she had Lainey to fuss over. Instead, Lainey was quite asleep, not bothered by any of the minor noises going on around her. She wasn’t sure what to do right now, but since she hadn’t agreed to a point of departure yet, it seemed like a bad time to just cut and run. Then again, staying felt bad too. “If it helps, people also call me Seraphim… its longer, but I like it. Its nice to meet you Tom.” She tried to wash away any feelings of being a blight on his happy little day.

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Tom still looked sad, a little confused at what had happened and Monday couldn't help feeling bad. Situations like this were exactly why he tried his best to keep his past as separate from his current life as possible. He tried to tell himself he wasn't ashamed of his childhood, but that wasn't strictly true.

"Nice to meet you too." Tom said back to Sera, quietly, still looking a bit stunned.

Monday had a smile on his face like he'd just taken a bite out of a lemon and was trying to pretend it tasted nice. "Yeah... it's been nice to meet you." He agreed, directing his attempt at a smile at Sera. He wanted to get home and try and settle Tom's feelings as soon as possible - especially before anything else cropped up. "But I'd really better be going, we need to get home." He chuckled, but it sounded nervous, and before Sera could respond Monday was marching past her, stroller in front of him, guiding Tom along by his elbow.

He mentally chastised himself as he walked. He should have known better than to have let Sera walk with him, he should have seen what now seemed such an obvious outcome.

So much for socializing.
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Seraphim Drake
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Well, Sera couldn’t say that she knew what to expect at any point in that day. Lainey had not been problematic in the little class, and Monday and Josh were sweet. Tom seemed like a sweet little boy too, but Sera’s name sent him into an unhappy place. She felt guilty and surprised, especially since she would think Monday would have seen it coming. If it was this sensitive of a topic anyway. But children had unique emotions that their parents could not predict or always account for. That was fine, and she didn’t hold it against Monday. She didn’t even hold it against him when he looked quite stuck by the whole scenario and hurriedly made an escape. It wasn’t even an exit, it was a full on escape.

See you later,” Seraphim said as the three boys left. She looked down at Lainey and sighed. Even if Lainey wasn’t awake, she was Seraphim’s only company for the time being. She had absolutely no other reason to be near the school, and so with Monday’s escape, Sera headed in the direction of her apartment complex. She couldn’t begin to understand whatever the situation was between the nice young man and his son’s mother, but she did know that the situation between her and her daughter’s father was complicated. He was in jail, after all. For “supposedly” framing a man he’d been angry to find out had done inappropriate things to his then fiancé. She could appreciate a complicated relationship, especially since it was the reason Cooper had yet to meet his daughter. “Sweetie,” Sera said quietly, knowing Lainey couldn’t really hear her right now, “remind me not to make you ever feel awkward talking about your Dad…

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