I'm Cheryl. I'm no one special, just an office worker / piano player / cat lover.
Come talk to me, I don't bite.
(RP blog. FC: Christina Applegate. None of these pics or gifs is mine.)
Slowly she began to relax, her breathing slowing and returning to normal. ”I love Sexual Sundays,” she joked breathlessly, kissing his cheek. ”And I love you.”
He chuckled “so do i, i love you too.” He smiled and kissed her softly as he pulled out and wrapped a blanket around them.
She snuggled into the blanket, cuddling closely against Atlas’s body. ”I wanna do this every Sunday for the rest of our lives,” she told him happily.
"Artemis, no," Cheryl replied softly, pulling the young goddess into a tight hug. "You’re not a bad person at all. In fact, the fact that you’re admitting to having this problem makes you a great person.” She rubbed Artemis’s back soothingly. ”And I love you, hon. So does your Uncle Atlas.”
"Oh, you." Cheryl reached over and softly punched Artemis in the arm playfully. "Fine. I buy the ice cream, you buy the nail polish. Deal?"
She smiled and nodded “alright.”
"Deal." Cheryl pulled into a parking space and hopped out of the car. "Come on in, and let’s get a table by the window. I like to people-watch."
Still squeezing Cas’s hand, she nodded and flagged down the man behind the meat counter. ”Four steaks on special, please,” she requested, pointing to the display. ”And two chicken breasts, boneless skinless.” She took the wrapped and weighed packages and added them to the cart. ”Next to vegetables and fruits, protein is the next best thing on your plate. Humans need lean protein for their bodies to function.”
The next aisle contained health and beauty products. Cheryl blushed as she quickly took a box of tampons off the shelf and stuffed them into the back of the cart. ”Uh, go ahead and pick out the soap and shampoo you like, honey,” she told Cas.
Cas blinked for a moment at the way Cheryl got embarrassed at purchasing a box of tampons. He did as he was told though, grabbing what he thought was excellent shampoo and conditioner and the Irish Spring body wash. He did find he liked that.
"Do not ever be afraid to purchase something you need," he said with a smile, giving her a pointed look, "tampons are nothing to be ashamed of needing."
"Shush," she hissed, looking around blushing at the people staring in the aisles. "It’s…just not something we announce around in public, okay? I mean, everyone knows I need them, but not everyone needs to, like…have attention called to it." She smiled awkwardly at the people staring, waving sheepishly.
The angel eyed the girl who had approached him warily. Lately, it wasn’t usual for humans to come and talk to him or maybe it was, but he never noticed since more important things had occupied his mind in the last weeks. He made a mental note to remember to pay more attention, he didn’t want to seem rude while he was on Earth. “Hello, I’m Castiel.”
Cheryl patted his arm again and continued on through the shopping center. ”So does your friend Sam like peanut butter?” she asked idly, looking at various products on the shelves. ”Or is he strictly vegan?” She grabbed a loaf of bread and tossed it into Castiel’s cart. Everyone liked bread. ”And are we buying anything for Dean?”The angel gulped and looked away from Cheryl. He should have known that lie was going to come back to bite him. He could just keep lying though. “Pie, he likes pie.” Sam hadn’t written pie in the list, but Cas was sure he wouldn’t mind. “And Sam is not a vegan, he just likes to eat healthy, but yes, he also likes peanut butter… With bananas if I recall correctly.”
"I like that too." Cheryl took a prewrapped apple pie off the shelf and set it in the bottom of the cart. When she raised her head, she saw the emotions on Castiel’s face. "Castiel…if I’ve said something wrong, I’m sorry," she told him softly. "We—we don’t have to talk anymore, okay? We’ll just—we’ll just shop."
Cheryl opened the door and looked down. ”Hello, little boy,” she said to the small child standing there. ”What’s your name?”
"Yeah, I bet it is," Cheryl said softly, stroking his hair. She wondered once again what heaven was like. "You can stay here in my house until we can figure out how to get you home." She turned and gestured to the interior of her living room. "Wanna come in?"
"Thank you" he murmured, pulling back and moved around her, walking into the house. His eyes scanning around the new surroundings. "Would it be too much to ask for sumthin to eat, I’ve be down here a while" he frowned, looking to Cheryl.
"Of course I’ll get you something to eat," she replied with a friendly smile. She took the little boy’s hand and led him through the comfy living room into the warm kitchen. "Do you have any idea what fledgling angels eat?" she asked, lifting him up gently and placing him in a chair.
"Well, hey, Sandra." Cheryl knelt down so she was on a level with the little girl. "Remember me? Cheryl? From the pool party?""Lemon," Cheryl pointed out, looking into the glass. "I just sliced that in there to make the water taste better. Don’t tell me there’s no lemons in the future?" She patted the cheetah once more since he seemed to enjoy it.
"There are lemons, I think," Sandra replied, taking a sip of the water. It tasted very different from the water she was used to drinking.
Kenny did indeed enjoy the attention.
"You like it? Don’t like it? We have juices and sodas too," Cheryl offered, gesturing to the mini-fridge. Her other hand idly scritched Kenny under his chin. "And what do you want for lunch? What’s a typical lunch in your household look like?"
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Cheryl kicked and flailed as her friend slung her over her shoulder ”KAIRO WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING???”
"Aw, that’s great for the kids," Cheryl said with a happy smile. She turned to the waitress and placed an order for a ham sandwich and a coffee. "I know you were concerned that Jack and Lia didn’t have a yard to play in, in the city. So that’s cool. And considering all your powers, you’d almost have to be surrounded by nature."
"It was, yes. Lia enjoyed being able to be surrounded by the nature and it gave Jack plenty of room to run around back when he was younger." Kairo chuckled. "It was good I moved there when they were still children. It’s served them well now. Good practice for their powers, tho… Jack doesn’t seem to show as much control over nature as Lia does. He relies a lot on his physical strength." She ordered herself a chicken sandwich and tea. "Which is good but I worry he will lose touch in the basis of my kind, which is our connection to nature and the Gods that oversee us through it."
"I wonder why Jack doesn’t have the nature powers," Cheryl mused, leaning her elbows on the table. "I sure hope he’s outgrown running around biting everyone. God, that was rough." She cracked a smile to show she was teasing. "Lia was always such a sweetie. Can she do the things that you do?"