Good Riddance @Jake
Molly pressed her lips together, glancing at the clock on her nightstand one more time before she forced herself out of the warm bed she had grown to enjoy being cocooned inside. She had managed to sleep through most of the day, rather than just a few hours like she had planned in the first place, now it was late, and most normal places would be closed. She brushed out her hair letting it fall in gentle waves down her shoulders, and pulled on her gray smiley face crop top, and pulled her blue leather jacket over that. Glanced at herself in the mirror one last time, not really caring how she looked, because the odds of her meeting someone at this time, seemed very low. Then again, she really hadn’t been out in the world of Bristol this late before, so she was basically going out into the ocean without a map of the world hoping to land somewhere lovely. She left her guitar home this time, planing on landing in some kind of pub, wouldn’t want to risk losing her.
She stepped out into the cool air, letting it engulf her. She took step after step, a little sleepily, hoping to wake herself up as she wondered in search of a place to get a drink and loosen up a bit. She hadn’t really been out drinking since before she landed in lovely little Bristol, and she hoped she wouldn’t get mugged or something, she had no idea what Bristol night life could be like, and that worried her a bit more than it should have. She could handle her own if need be, but she hoped she wouldn’t need too. Thankfully she found the pub before something happened, like she really thought something would have happened in a place like this. She pushed on the heavy door, and walked towards the bar, and slide onto the stool. It didn’t look to crowded, so that was a plus. She hated when places were over crowded and filled with loud and annoying people. She ordered a shot, and felt it burn as it slid down her throat, then she ordered something not as strong to loosen her up slowly. She sipped easily, and realized that she had managed to catch the attention of the man sitting next to her. She smiled as she placed the glass back on the counter, brushing her hair behind her ear. “Uh. Hey.” She half giggled, finding it a little funny that she had managed to catch someones attention, when she wasn’t playing, and that was a rare thing, a rare thing indeed.