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 Suffer the children, Tag: Rhys Abernathy
Sabrina Harrison
 Posted: Aug 23 2017, 06:03 PM
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Sabrina had faith in the Lochland Grove school system. Augustus Whitmore was at least a fine enough institution that almost all of her friends had graduated from there, some taught there, and she was willing to send her siblings there. Public schooling was a nice alternative to having to try to home school all of her siblings while running a business from her home. Maybe she could try that, but she would probably collapse under the pressure within the year. It was not a realistic expectation to put on a twenty-two year old woman. She was doing the best she could. That did not mean she held no ill feelings toward the school. This was the place where she’d endured all manner of reaction to her parents arrests. She was the person she was because of her parents, but also because of her treatment at school, for good and ill. It hadn’t even just started in high school. She’d been on the outside of normal before then. Still, she had faith in them, and she had not had a reason to complain about the education her siblings were getting.

Each year the Harrison children were split up into the two aged classes. This year all three of the boys were together, and Riley and Mikki were in the other class. It was not much different from the year before, only making Dustin switch from one pairing to another. As far as Sabrina could tell, Dustin really wasn’t bothered by that. At least not when it came to his siblings. He saw them all day after school, and he didn’t care. Sabrina understood only so much about eight year old boys, but she never felt like she had poor communication with her brothers. They were slightly over half of her siblings.

Sabrina was beginning to question her faith in the school system when she showed up for the field trip, and counted four, not five, little Harrison children. By no means was Sabrina in charge of anything on the campus. She just took time off from her paying job to go visit her siblings sometimes. Occasionally she would go to lunch with them. Other times she would show up if there was a special speaker coming in. She couldn’t be there every day, and usually not every week, but she liked to be present in her siblings’ lives. It was crucial to her. She knew what it was like to be without parental guidance, or really any sort of mentor, and she enjoyed all the time she could spend with them. She didn’t try to tell the teachers what to do, but she had made it clear that if they were teaching her siblings any sort of propaganda or mishandling them, she was not going to miss it. No issues thus far.

Joey, where is Dustin?” Sabrina asked when she walked up to her little brother. She put a hand on his head. He gave her a hug and then looked around.

“I don’t see him… Ms. Apple maybe?”

Hm. Okay, thanks, sweetie.” She said hello to Avery, who was nearby, and then went looking for his teacher. Maybe he was just in the bathroom or something, and she would know.

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The eight year old exhaled. Cheeks puffed up, deflated, and then tensed along with his forehead as he frowned. He’d left the bathroom, hands washed, mirror ignored. What did he care what he looked like? He didn’t go back to his class though. It was stupid. They were there for a tour, and he’d been excited for the tour, but the other thing he was excited for was darkening his mood. It was stupid.

Dustin wandered into a gift shop at first, but when someone started to pay attention to him he left and found a little study room. It was quiet. No one would pester him or ask him where his Mommy was. That was stupid too. He closed the door and went into the corner with a book. It was a book of maps that was on a small book shelf in the room. He was just looking at the maps without much comprehension to pass the time. Hide out. Sort himself out. Or just sulk. He exhaled again, feeling more deflated than angry. He didn’t even remember that his sister would be showing up for the field trip. All of that important information had slipped his mind.

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Rhys Abernathy
 Posted: Aug 25 2017, 12:38 AM
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Rhys had been in the study room since the college had opened it's doors that morning, which was exceptionally early. He had arrived with the grounds keepers and practically shut himself away in the room for the majority of the morning. He was blissfully unaware of his surroundings, so absorbed was he in the back of the room. So detached from everything around him and his mind set on one thing, that when he rounded the small bookshelf he physically jumped at the sight of a child on the floor. Rhys had thumped the open book he'd been carrying against his chest, staring down at the child with an otherwise emotionally void expression. "Erm," He had picked details out of the boy in a matter of seconds once the shock began to subside. He looked roughly nine, perhaps a little younger, maybe a year older. Sometimes age was a tricky thing. His shirt showcased what Rhys knew was a popular video game although he had never played it, and the book the boy had on his lap looked to be maps of Russia.

What on earth was a boy his age doing with maps of Russia? No, that didn't matter. What on earth was the boy doing here in the study room?

A second passed by that Rhys had merely stared at the child before stepping back by one step and lowering his book, "May I help you?" He inquired with the soft tilt of his head. He wasn't trying to play off the fact that the boy had given him a shock. Children tended to just... pop up, didn't they? And try as he might Rhys could not recall hearing of anything having to do with children being on campus that day. Not that he was directly in the know of such things. He found it likely that this boy had been brought along by a mother attending the college. It wasn't unheard of, although it wasn't often the kid be found this far from an actual class room.

He could have done all the normal things to do- like ask the kid where his mother was, or what he was doing in the room. Maybe even his name, or if he were lost. But no. Rhys' mind had decided that if this child was here, it must have been for a reason. If the child were lost, he would have asked for help. Yes, that sounded right. Anyhow hadn't he been exceptionally young while roaming the college campuses? Who was to say this boy wasn't here for himself.

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Sabrina Harrison
 Posted: Aug 30 2017, 12:06 AM
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Dustin wasn’t exactly the escape artist of his siblings. In fact, he was well in the middle range. He was best known for being identical to one of his brothers. But here he was hiding in a room away from everyone, and generally not feeling guilty about it. Maybe he would when he realized how alarmed his sister would be. For now, he figured it was his right to get away when he needed some space. Apparently it had really alarmed some adult. He wasn’t sure why.

Erm,” the man voiced, without really saying anything. He was scrutinizing Dustin, which caused Dustin to frown, if he hadn’t already been doing that. He probably hadn’t been frowning, since he had a distraction, but he didn’t know. The man kept starring, and Dustin thought about saying something, but he figured maybe he’d get in trouble, so he didn’t immediately. “May I help you?

No,” Dustin told him. Was that rude? It didn’t occur to him. The stranger couldn’t help him. He wasn’t really supposed to talk to strangers. Oh, and he wasn’t supposed to walk off on his own in unfamiliar areas. Sabrina was going to be upset at him, but how would she know? Nah, he was fine. “What are you doing here?” Dustin asked instead, as if this was a logical place for Dustin but not this guy.

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Yes, he went to the bathroom a few minutes ago,” the short brunette answered. She was short, but still had a couple of inches on Sabrina, even in her sensible shoes.

Okay…” Sabrina responded, slowly. Of course that made sense. It was even what she expected to hear. It still struck her as wrong. She had no reason to think it was strange. It was probably her being neurotic. Yeah, that was it. Her obsessive need to count her siblings like little ducklings. Know their whereabouts at all times. Normally this wasn’t a problem while they were at school. She wanted to be able to check on them if she was around though. It was important to her. Once she decided that it would be really stupid to go figure out what bathroom he’d went to, Sabrina simply asked the teacher how the day had gone thus far. If she was a bother, she’d have left.

Oh, things have been uneventful. No one forgot a permission slip, which was nice. Dustin did seem to be keeping to himself for a few minutes,” she offered, unhelpfully.

Huh…” Sabrina said. The teacher clearly didn’t know why this was, so Sabrina supposed she’d ask when she saw him.

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Rhys Abernathy
 Posted: Sep 6 2017, 12:12 AM
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Rhys had asked the boy if he could be helped and got a “No,” in reply. If the comment had come out as rude in tone or brashness it hadn't even phased Rhys. Instead he straightened up a little more, if it had been possible, and lowered the book to his side after carefully closing it once he'd glanced at the page number. “What are you doing here?” Again tone was lost on Rhys but that was alright. "Working." The reply came in a quiet voice that carried with it very little emotional tone or pitch. He didn't bother to motion around him, instead one hand rested at his side and the other on the edge of the book tucked under his arm, though he turned away from the boy after his reply. His footsteps weren't rushed but he casually walked towards a different bookshelf and re-shelved the book he'd just been holding. "What is it that brings you to the languages study hall?" Why was he asking this kid questions? Alec. He had grown so used to answering Alec's questions and even replying with some of his own that he seemed to have fallen into it as if it were habit.

Inwardly this displeased Rhys, but it didn't show on his face. He sighed softly through his nose while looking over the selection of books before him, eventually sliding one off the shelf and walking across the room to his original place at a table in the back. The table was your standard six by four and looked every bit a scene from a movie with books piled three to four deep, every other one opened to a page written in some language other than English. Rhys took a seat without waiting for the child's reply. While the table was filled with books it was still lined with seats considering it normally found use by more than one person at a time.

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Sabrina Harrison
 Posted: Sep 6 2017, 09:52 PM
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The man was working. He didn’t look like he was working. Whenever Brina was working though, she didn’t want bothered. If she was working she hid away into her room, and sometimes he’d noticed her at the kitchen table with papers, but not really just reading a book. The man went and put away his book though, and before Dustin told him that he didn’t look like he was working, he was asking Dustin another question.

What is it that brings you to the languages study hall?

This doesn’t look like a hall. Its too big,” Dustin answered without hesitating. Hallways were narrow. Why did people need a hallway to study? That was silly. The man went and sat at a table with a bunch of books. Dustin left the book he’d had on the floor and walked over to stand across from Rhys, on the other side of the busy table. What was the question again? Why was he here? What brought him? “I walked. After the bus.” The bus brought him to the school, and then he walked.

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After a few minutes it was getting to where Sabrina decided she didn’t believe her brother was in the bathroom. If he was, he was making some sort of disaster with paper towels. So she wasn’t having it. The teacher didn’t seem to be concerned, so Sabrina just asked a guy walking out if there was a young boy in there. No. Okay, well thanks. That was useful information. She checked to confirm this was where he should have been, and at that point she got much more uncomfortable.

Sabrina wiped a hand over her face, thinking about where he might be, or why he would wonder off. No one was going to just kidnap him off the campus, right? Ugh, this was why children had supervision, good grief. Sabrina was getting increasingly anxious, she spoke to the teacher, and whether or not the teacher was looking for Dustin, Sabrina was asking around to see if anyone had seen him leave. At least one person had, but unfortunately not his teacher. So Sabrina had a direction, and he seemed to have been on his own so she supposed that was good. Either way, she was quickly walking and checking anywhere she could think that he might be.

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Rhys Abernathy
 Posted: Sep 16 2017, 03:46 PM
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“This doesn’t look like a hall. Its too big,” "I assure you it's called a hall, meant in use as a large room commonly used for larger gatherings." He had only glanced back at the child before he had taken his seat, noting the book being left on the floor. That was a terrible place to leave a book. Any place not it's usual place were a terrible place to leave a book, in Rhys' opinion. It could now be stepped on, tripped over, a page torn the cover kicked off! The possibilities were endless. But he had already sat down and decided that if the child didn't pick the book up within a few moments, he would instruct him to do so. Or perhaps pick it up himself if he passed that direction again.

He asked the boy what had brought him there and for a moment Rhys was confused by his reply.

“I walked. After the bus.”

He looked up from what he had been doing and stared at the child. That... that wasn't what he had meant, although it technically was not an incorrect reply. He straightened up, left hand reaching for a pen on the desk and gripping it once procured. "No," His voice still healed that even tone as before, not a smidge of emotion heard in it and still just as lightly spoken, "Not by what means you arrived here, but why are you here?" His posture in his seat had been just as it were when standing- straight backed, not a bit of a slouch.

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Sabrina Harrison
 Posted: Sep 16 2017, 07:30 PM
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Dustin made a face, scrunching up his expression as he listened to Rhys talk. He was assured that it was called a hall. It was a big room for large gatherings. Okay. “What’s assure mean?” he asked. Maybe he didn’t want to have company, but now that he had some, he was following around his distraction dutifully. He liked distractions. It was a big part of how he spent his time once his homework was done. Being a kid, playing games. He usually had to read out loud to one of his sister’s friends after school, because they all had to read out loud for a half hour, and that became a rather large time commitment with all five of them. He alternated times where he could read to his sister, but usually he was happy to read to anyone so that he could just go play.

He asked Dustin what brought him there, and Dustin answered. But then he was told no, that wasn’t what the guy had meant. Well then why did he ask it that way? He was weird. So why was Dustin here? “My class is here for a field trip. And I left. I didn’t want to be with them anymore.” he mumbled the last part.

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She really wasn’t good at panic. She didn’t do it right. Frankly, she didn’t have time to panic. When things went wrong, if it caused physical pain, sure she cried, but she still had to fix the situation. If someone else was around to help, she usually reluctantly accepted help. She didn’t really like to rely on anyone else though. Fortunately she was used to an exterior calm in the face of internally freaking out.

If she didn’t spot him in a few minutes, she was going to go back to the teacher and figure it out. A search party? Maybe. Did the campus have a loudspeaker for announcements? She didn’t know, she’d never gone to classes here. They had an alarm of some kind, but that wasn’t going to be very helpful. She kept telling herself he probably just walked off, but the fact that he could have been taken by someone, even after he walked off, was what was really rather terrifying.

When she opened the door and after seeing a small child, she was first relieved. Dustin turned around, and looked wide eyed at Sabrina. Next she felt angry that he was there. Then confused about the guy sitting near him. The door hadn’t been locked. Dustin wasn’t restrained. He hadn’t been kidnapped, which meant she wasn’t afraid of this stranger. But he was still here, which was stupid of Dustin. She let out a very frustrated breath, and Dustin took a step back away from that energy.

Dustin, what on earth are you doing in here? And…” she raised up her hands, trying to calm her external distress. “Who are you?” she asked Rhys, but kept looking at Dustin, only glancing at Rhys for a moment. She was still standing in the doorway.

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Rhys Abernathy
 Posted: Sep 21 2017, 02:04 PM
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“My class is here for a field trip. And I left. I didn’t want to be with them anymore.” If he hadn't been making eye contact with the boy, or at least focusing on him as he spoke, Rhys might have missed what he'd said while mumbling. So there was a field trip on campus that day. It explained why a child this age would be here, and his mentioning of leaving the class explained why he had turned up on the floor of the language hall. Rhys didn't look away from the boy, "I hardly think that is appropriate. You will no doubt be missed."

No sooner had he spoken than the door swung open, gaining both his and the boy's attention. A young woman, dark hair, had looked between himself and the boy before sighing. Rhys didn't catch the frustration or any sense of confusion, relief, or surprise between the pair. He watched the short exchange like a man watching a bus drive by in the distance.

“Dustin, what on earth are you doing in here? And…” The woman raised her hands up but Rhys merely watched, entirely unaware of the frustration attached to her actions. “Who are you?” When a question were aimed at him, Rhys didn't move from his seat. He had quietly been looking at the woman and how she were dressed, not aware in the least that his stare might have been taken as meaning anything. "Doctor Abernathy," He looked back to the boy, then to the woman again, "I assume you've been searching for this particular young man?" He motioned towards Dustin. More stating the obvious, really, but Rhys was very good at doing that.

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Sabrina Harrison
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The man told Dustin that he didn’t think something was appropriate. Probably Dustin leaving. It didn’t really matter though. He’d already done it. He said that Dustin would, no doubt, be missed. “No,” Dustin argued blandly. He was very upset about stupid kids being stupid, and if he thought anyone would miss him, he might not have left. Sure, his brothers hadn’t done anything mean to him, but they didn’t count. He could only see through his narrow focus. He was all the more startled when his narrow focus on Rhys was interrupted by his sister’s sudden arrival.

Sabrina wasn’t sure what exactly the situation was. She knew she’d found her brother, and it didn’t appear he’d been kidnapped or harmed. She didn’t like him being alone with some stranger, but she had no reason to think that it was anyone else’s fault than Dustin’s. She would figure this out. Her heart was going to slow back down to a normal beat, and she would have a long talking to with a certain brown haired little boy.

Doctor Abernathy. I assume you’ve been searching for this particular young man?

Sabrina took a deep breath, but found she was not fast enough to speak. “You don’t look like a doctor. You’re not old enough.” Another deep breath and her exasperated expression seemed to be contained within her eyes.

Dustin. What-…” She never freaked out like this. She never flipped out. She had to remain composed. She never got to lose her cool in front of people, let alone strangers. It was not one of the childish perks that she’d been able to carry into… even her teenage years. She’d outgrown tantrums, she just lacked a proper fuse after becoming so concerned. “Sorry, for my brother. Did he interrupt you?” she asked, finally moving from the doorway and letting it close behind her. She would go back out the way she came in a moment. Dustin didn’t move away, but scowled at her apologizing for him.

I didn’t say anything bad…

We can get into that later,” Sabrina said, sounding tired but at least no longer quite so agitated. “What are you doing in here?

I was reading a book,” he said with a shrug. Sabrina looked around the room and saw the book on the floor.

That book?

Dustin checked, “Yeah.

Okay, go pick it up and put it back where you got it. Your teacher is going to be worried about your disappearance.” Less than Sabrina, surely, but still.

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Rhys Abernathy
 Posted: Sep 21 2017, 10:48 PM
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Rhys was called out by the child on something he'd been called out so many times he'd lost count. 'You don't look like a Doctor' 'You aren't old enough to be a doctor'. There was a moment where a flicker of a frown crossed his face and his grip on the pen had tightened once more. Still, the woman was quick to apologize for the boy and then there had been a short exchange between them where she'd told him to go pick up the book.


Rhys' gaze followed the boy to where he picked the book up at, "A minor interruption." He spoke softly, certainly no louder than necessary. After Dustin had picked up the book he brought his green stare back to the woman, "His teacher should have been more aware of their students, I doubt he'd had the opportunity to slip away if properly looked after." Another pretty obvious thing. Still. Failing to look after what you were charged with was, well, a failure that at some times could be unforgivable. Rhys felt no worry for the child, or dread at the thought of what could have happened in all the possibilities presented, but he did realize there were possibilities none the less. Any number of unfavorable things could have befallen the boy. In his mind the teacher had aught to be reprimanded in some way, even if only a stern talking to.


The number of 'What If's' had no limit. Losing one child could be the end of said child.

Even still, he understood the flip side of Student to Teacher ratios. Ultimately more chaperones should have been applied to the field trip. "You are the boy's guardian?" He questioned seconds after speaking about the teacher, still staring at the woman. While he felt no attachment to the little intruder in his space, Rhys could still question this woman and her motives just as she had likely done him upon her entering the room. Obviously the child recognized her as a voice of authority, having gone after the book, but one could never be too careful.

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Sabrina honestly couldn’t say she cared about this man’s age. Based on him being in a college, he was probably a doctorate and not a physician, but she knew that Dustin didn’t know there were doctor’s besides the ones with stethoscopes. It did not matter to Sabrina what his credentials were. Far beit from her of all people to claim someone was, or looked, too young to be in a position. She’d worked ridiculously hard to have and maintain her life, on her own. She wasn’t going to withhold the courtesy from others to assume they could make for themselves what they had at a young age. At the very least, if she did that unintentionally, she’d feel horrible and correct her mistake. Dustin, on the other hand, was eight, and didn’t see the problem.

The doctor seemed to be less than perturbed by Dustin’s interruption. He was constantly stoic, if anything. Sabrina couldn’t complain. She didn’t need more emotions on top of her own. Dustin had the book back in place and the man spoke again to Sabrina. Reprimanding Dustin’s teacher. She should have been more aware. True. Sabrina’s face tensed slightly. She wasn’t sure what to say to that. She agreed. Of course she agreed, but she didn’t know this guy. She knew the teacher. She didn’t want to defend her right now, but she also didn’t want to give Dustin an out. There, that was the correct response. Educate.

That’s true, she should have watched him better, and he shouldn’t have walked off on his own. He definitely knows better than that.” She couldn’t account for just how prepared Ms. Apple was, but she could definitely account for Dustin’s knowledge of correct field trip behavior. She’d had to get onto his sister enough times for running off that he must have known how Sabrina would feel at his departure. He just didn’t care to consider it. He was considering it now. Or he was aware of how much trouble he was in. One or more of the two. It kept him from saying that he was right there and didn’t need to be talked about over his head.

You are the boy’s guardian?

Another strange question. Maybe it was the wording. Maybe it was the sustaining stoicism. She was clearly familiar with Dustin, but she wasn’t going to complain about a legitimate question. Well, not in this case at least. She didn’t need to explain that she was his sister, and certainly not anything more complicated than that. “Yes, I’m his guardian.

She’s my sister,” Dustin offered, speaking up again when he didn’t think he would be out of line.

Yeah, that,” she agreed. Still, also his guardian. Legally. “Thanks for, I guess… putting up with him while he was in here.” She didn’t know exactly how that had gone, but it seemed a neutral enough wording.

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The exchange that followed had Rhys looking from Sabrina to Dustin in turn as they spoke. He would agree that the boy was certainly old enough to 'know better' than to go off on his own, but might have argued the point had he felt it vital. But it wasn't. He might have lacked the usual filter that helped him differentiate between what was polite to ask or point out and what wasn't, but in this case it merely wasn't pertinent.

The boy had offered up more information than the woman had but only repeated knowledge. She'd already mentioned Dustin being her brother. "I see." A guardian, not a chaperone, a sister. All information was filed away neatly regardless of the fact Rhys may never need it again. His attention remained on the pair until a sharp breath suddenly broke his gaze from Dustin to his sister, "He was quite well behaved." If not questioning as children tend to do. "But it is of little consequence, as I stated before, a minor interruption."


"Have a good day." And with that Rhys looked down to his work again and allowed his stare to sweep down the page before him in attempt to refocus on his work. So long as he wasn't interrupted again or given reason to look up, his pen began to scratch across the paper to his left as he returned to taking notes.

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