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 a {starlit} sky, liz/alice
ingrid elysia grimoire
 Posted: May 4 2018, 01:55 PM

Short steps, deep breath, everything is alright. .

  24 years old
  Rily (She/Her)


The two ladies had met on an occult message board and bonded over their shared belief in aliens. Ingrid hadn’t initially believed in them, simply because she’d never really thought about it before. Alice was the one who really introduced her to the idea that they might not be alone in the universe. It only made sense to her. Ingrid didn’t know a whole lot about space, but what she did know was that it was massive and never-ending. How likely was it that in this big, gigantic universe, Earth was the only planet with any kind of intelligent life? Not very likely. In fact, just downright ridiculous!

It was a clear night – absolutely perfect for stargazing! There was a chill in the air, keeping the sky cloudless. Some people might laugh, but this was something Ingrid and Alice did every once in a while. It was especially perfect on a night such as this. They were going to try and spot a UFO! They hadn’t had much luck so far. In fact, they’d been momentarily tricked by things like the lights from airplanes or even the occasionally falling star. Ingrid was not discouraged, though. She knew that they just had to be patient.

She’d carried all of her supplies up to the ceiling of the office building where she did most of her modeling. Two large blankets were spread out on the ground, next two them were two containers: one with chopped fruit and the other with cookies. Then, two pictures with juice and tea. Of course, she did not forget the binoculars, notebooks, and pencils! She had her phone, too, in case they needed to snap a quick picture of what they witnessed. Ingrid sprawled out on one of the blankets and picked up the nearest pair of binoculars. She pointed them to the sky, just as she heard a pair of light footsteps coming towards her.

Did you bring the popcorn?

alice brittany downey

a {starlit} sky
alice brittany downey
 Posted: Jul 2 2018, 12:02 AM

i suppose you'd call me a genus humanus alice.

  alice in wonderland
  24 years old
  liz (she/her)


The world was not as forgiving of a place as many people liked to portray it as, or rather, the world itself, as a living, breathing (debatable) planet, could be such but the societies that covered the world were the problems. She wasn't crazy (also debatable) when she calmly claimed to believe in aliens. The evidence was far more numerous in support of the idea than against it, and yet she and so many others would be instantly chucked into the "nutty conspiracy theorists" garbage bin, by many of her peers.

Fortunately... those on occult messaging boards had a tendency to be the forgiving types, especially on these sorts of matters, because chances stood pretty well that they were already steeped in some dubious spiritual mumbo-jumbo anyway. Not to mention that these seemed to be the best sorts of people (Helen and a few others notwithstanding), and Alice was rather pleased she could call Miss Ingrid one of her friends. Ingrid had accepted her and all her "out there" ideas happily and without judgement; the fact that she actually indulged the possibility, heard her out, and that it had led them to a sort-of-not-really-often-enough-to-be-tradition-but-occurred-enough-to-be-on-its-way ritual of star-gazing when they could get the rooftop for it. Goodness, what a mouthful that was.

This was more Ingrid's territory than it was Alice's, and Alice was grateful for it. She'd never have managed to get this kind of a view all on her lonesome; she'd be still camped out in the park hoping some security guard (did parks even have security guards?) didn't kick her out for it being too late or something. She was more grateful still that not only did Ingrid develop a curiosity that lay in the stars but she also took so much care in these stake-outs (well after all, they were, in a way). In truth, she felt a little guilty about not having done more. She'd just have to turn that into determination to make sure next time she did more than bring the popcorn and her own notetaking supplies (appropriately stored in a tote bag emblazoned with the cliché green alien face and the text "aliens are real"). "I did! It's a new brand, at least for me; I hope that's fine. Uh—" She paused, having to look for it. "Smartpop." It made her nervous for a second, an odd response but she shook it off. There were, after all, cookies and fruit if the popcorn wasn't to their liking, and Ingrid certainly wasn't going to stop being her friend over the popcorn of all things.

She settled down next to Ingrid's blanket and placed the yet-unopened popcorn bag next to their other snacks, then got out the rest of what felt relevant. They already had the pencils, all their notes, the binoculars. Phones too, as Alice had hers close at hand as well. It would never, ever hurt to have photographic or video evidence. Maybe this was their time. Their time to make a connection with the universe and witness something truly odd! "Woooow, it's so clear tonight too," she marveled, after she had picked up the lone binoculars and peered through. "Even if we don't see any UFOs I wouldn't be surprised if there's some planets we can spot."

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