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30 November 2008 @ 02:09 am
Thanksgiving in more ways then one  
Who: Lady Heather, Open
When: November 27, 2008
What: A whole house of fun before the inevitable family holiday insanity
Where: The Dominion

Aiden had woken early to prepare the turkey and get it started in the oven before happily climbing back in bed. Then next time she awoke was for a leisurely late breakfast in bed. After all what were good pets for if not to fetch things. And if her love wanted to be dominated, well, Aiden was quite willing to dish out orders and linger on in the pleasant cusp of sleep.

When it is time to dress and face the day she leaves to dress alone, not wanting her pet to see her in costume before it's time to play. And regardless she has to baste the turkey one more time.
 
 
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lady_h_csi on November 30th, 2008 09:38 pm (UTC)
"But.... they never told us that at school..... we had to learn which bone was which but they never made it interesting..... that's why I find bones boring....." Heather said, unwittingly finding herself starting to fall in line.
det_aiden_burndet_aiden_burn on November 30th, 2008 09:44 pm (UTC)
"Bad teachers make interesting things boring and good ones make boring things interesting. Science, all science, stems from curiosity." Aiden let her demeanor soften and came closer to Heather by a few steps.

"What if your neighbor called the cops and said you were burying a body in the back yard? They could dig up bones and you could swear up and down that they're the bones of your late dog Fifi, but someone has to be able to prove or disprove that theory. DNA is all the rage now but it's not always there."

"Hell," she scoffed, "I'm thankful if a grave turns up and entire body."
lady_h_csi on November 30th, 2008 09:51 pm (UTC)
"You're not a real teacher... are you?" Heather asked.
det_aiden_burndet_aiden_burn on November 30th, 2008 09:56 pm (UTC)
"Think of me as a cheap substitute." Aiden quipped in response. "So long as you pass the homeschooling tests you graduate just like any other high schooler."