The cowplant has tasted simflesh.
We’d been away at a community lot and weren’t sure what had happened while we were gone, but when we saw Easter walking around shuffling her feet & looking drained it became clear who had taken the trip through the moo-tube.
She survived, this time, but if it were to happen again in her current state she’d be a goner! This adds an extra element of danger to trips away from home, now. Blah.
Edelweiss milked her sister’s emotion essence from the ample udders without a whit of remorse.
Not being one to take a hint, I decided to send Ede out again right after that. (Easter came along so she’d be out of harm’s way — we let her sleep on a bench while we did our thing.)
You see, there was something Ede had to do. It was probably going to suck, but things has gone on long enough and we didn’t want to see Landon, the fellow she’d been dating, get hurt any more than he already had been/would be.
He’d been miserable for a while now, we could tell.
Ede was gorgeous. And affectionate, sure. But only physically.
Landon longed for something more. Though he called Ede up all the time, she only seemed to contact him when she wanted to make out. She’d never once called him just to chat. Did she think of him at all when they were apart? (Answer: No. >.>) Most of the time they were together, Landon felt like she didn’t even see him. On dates, she would totally ignore him, preferring to talk to the multitude of other guys that seemed to surround her wherever she went.
So when Edelweiss called and said she wanted to talk, Landon feared the worst. She wanted him to meet her at their usual haunt: Rabbit’s Teahouse. She’d be waiting inside, she said.
When Landon caught up with Ede she was her regular, vibrant self, and for a moment he’d fooled himself into thinking everything was going to be okay after all.
Ede, of course, had other thoughts.
Ede left the kitchenette and tried to mingle with the crowd a bit. Anything to get out of that awkward situation with Landon. Geesh.
Ede stuck around and met a few more potentials. For inviting over later, you know, just in case we didn’t want to risk leaving the rest of the family alone with the cowplant.
This lass walked in front of the camera around then. Not your average run of the mill townie – she looked rather fun.
I was intrigued by her, so I queued up an introduction. But when I saw where she was headed, I cancelled it.
I’m going to imagine that the two of them hook up and Landon gets over Ede right quick. 🙂