The wolf sleepily smiles, grabbing Audrey and nuzzling into her sleepily. “Nap time.” She quips.
"You two have fun," Helena instructed with a smile. She walked to her own room to change into exercise gear.
Well, she shifted, but she's too weak to shift back. And the door to your bedroom is closed, so... -there's the sound of scratches against your bedroom door- she would like to be released now.
Helena chuckles and walks to the door, opening it. “There you are, darling. I was wondering where you went off to.”
Helenaaaaaaaaaaa. Helena, your daughter requests your assistance.
"Assistance in what?"
"Mmm. But I’m stealing her for cuddles. I need to make up for lost time." She nuzzles into Helena again as they’re ah their destination.
"Home sweet home." She says, looking over at HG. She gets out of the car as quick as possible, wanting to see her little owl again.
Helena gets out as well, leading the way back into the house. She hears Audrey coming as she enters and snatches up the little girl as she runs at two of her favorite people. “Easy there, darling,” she says with a smile. “Have to be careful with Jo.”
”So, what are you gonna do? Torture me until you finally find out what it is?”
She was tempted to just cast a spell to get herself out of this situation. But for some reason, she felt like this was bigger than that.
"Don’t be ridiculous. We live in the 21st century. What is your name?"
Helena needed to get this woman’s information so she could investigate further.
"Mykes, bend the rules? Best joke I’ve heard today," he laughed along, appreciating the girl’s good humor. "Whenever you want, really. Personally, I prefer The Three Broomsticks, but for you… I’d go anywhere."
Pete flashed the finest smiled he could muster; this girl was gorgeous and she was actually interested in him! What kind of good karmic deed had he done to get so lucky?
Helena smiled, a real one. Pete was actually quite charming. “So how about this Friday after class?” HG asked. “I’ve been needing to get out of this school and I might as well go with a handsome man such as yourself.” She mentally shrugged. There was no reason not to see if there were any real sparks. Helena hadn’t had anyone to fool around with since the beginning of the year and Pete was nice. It suited both of her needs this way.
Myka backtracked quickly, nodding like some sycophantic idiot before regaining herself. ”Yeah, there’s one that starts out back which I use in the mornings. Two miles one way, though if you take one of the branches it loops around sooner than that.” She replied, picking up her own mug to sip at her tea for a moment.
"So you go ahead and do that, and I can have a room set up for when you get back. And I’ll make sure at least one of the bathrooms is free for you." The agent added with a smile, referring to the adolescent battle royal that could take place when she, Pete, and Claudia all tried to use their two bathrooms at the same time.
"Thank you," Helena said, already reaching up to tie her hair in a ponytail. "I missed the scenery out here," she half lied. It wasn’t the only reason why she wanted to run. There had been far too much emotion in this conversation. She needed to move, but she finished her tea first, not wanting to be rude. "I’ll be back shortly," she told Myka as she left.
HG went out to her car and pulled out her running shoes, luckily most of her belongings were in that car. She didn’t care about proper running attire. The jeans she had on could move well enough. Eventually it was just Helena and the pounding of her heart as she forced her body to move as quickly as she could get it to go. She returned after sometime, throughly exhausted. “Myka?” she called, hoping the other Agent was still here.
"That’s actually really sweet. I’m glad she has, like, a family here." Adrianna struggled to keep up with Helena’s pace, but managed her best. The warehouse seemed awesome, but getting lost in it was not on her list of things to do that day. "We met while she was working, although she fed me some line about being IRS. But even for an IRS agent, I thought she was super-cute, and she invited me to see her perform. Kind of stole my heart watching her on stage, you know?"
Helena nodded. “That’s lovely. If you can’t appreciate someone’s work, especially when it is so time consuming as Warehouse work is. When the person you are in a relationship with doesn’t know about it then your relationship becomes very strained.” She spoke with experience, recalling the way her husband hadn’t understood.