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Born: 1 December 1994
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OoC Member Name: Taylor
Occupation: Political Science Major, Senior, ΑΝΩ President
Joined: 11-July 16
Last Seen: May 5 2018, 03:22 AM
Local Time: May 25 2018, 06:34 AM
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Apr 17 2018, 02:39 AM
An older Honda pulls up in front of the Alpha Nu Omega house in the middle of the day, sitting there for upwards of ten minutes before an older man
with graying hair steps out from the driver's side. He smooths out his light-blue button down shirt and fixes his hair in the reflextion of the driver's side window before finally making his way up to the front door of the sorority house, knocking, then waiting.
One of the girls answers after a few moments, thinking he might be some sort of salesman and intending to shoo him away. But when he asks for Adrienne Kang specifically, looking obviously nervous, there's some confusion. She shuts the door and runs off to find the sorority president, leaving the man waiting outside for a couple more minutes before Adrienne appears - only to step out and quickly slam the door behind her with a serious expression on her face. The conversation that occurs between the two of them begins quiet, with Adrienne's attention focused in on him intently as he seems to be making some sort of appeal to her. Growing impatient, her voice raises, loud enough to be potentially overheard:
"I don't see or hear from you in years
and you just show up here? How am I supposed
to take it!? No. No
, I don't want to talk, actually."
He reaches out for her, looking hurt, but she pulls away, "Look
, if my mother sent you-"
"She didn't, she's refused to speak to me for years, but I heard what h-"
Adrienne holds up her hand and storms past him, towards his car in front of the house. He follows after, seeming defeated as whatever conversation they're having wraps up at the end of the lawn and he gets into his car. When the passenger side window rolls down, she steps forward and leans down for a final few words with him before stepping back and watching silently as he drives off.
And she stays there, standing by the curb with a thoughtful frown on her face, completely unaware of any attention this whole scene may have gathered from her rival sorority house.
Apr 16 2018, 10:53 PM
i find my problems are all first world
but still i'm feeling hurtoutfit
+ cardiganfor: vii
Adrienne has spent most of the day so far hanging out with a couple of her soon to be graduating sorority sisters as well as her boyfriend, Andrew, who she's been seeing since Valentine's Day. After lunch at Eldoon's Noodles, the girls parted ways and Adrienne continued to wander around the Plaza with Andrew chatting about nothing in particular.
He's certainly not the most
boring guy that has ever taken an interest in her and considering they go to the same church, it gives them plenty to talk about on that end of things. He's been a shoulder to cry on through finding out she was rejected from all the grad schools she applied to as well as when she watched her father's convictions announced on the news (no calls from her mother, nothing
, not since January when they last fought). But like everything else, she doesn't expect it to last.
The thing is, she doesn't really know
anything about him if she's being honest, doesn't really listen or ask, but he
does and that's what matters.
It's the company, more than anything.
If not for being a little bit cloudy and breezy, the weather today has been fairly pleasant. However, as the pair continue to walk and window shop, those clouds start to darken into a dull grey. It isn't long before it's drizzling, then raining, and then raining enough to where Adrienne tugs Andrew by the elbow into some random shop so they can catch cover before her hair and makeup got ruined.
"Ugh, this sucks
," she groans.
Nov 21 2017, 10:21 PM
Adrienne has already ordered Scholastica and herself a light appetizer to share, her ice water (with lemon) recently refilled and the lunch menu of The Cove open before her. They've been meaning to get together just the two of them since the end of September, but with rush week and midterms and everything else
, time, for once, got away from Adrienne.
And Adrienne, for once, feels bad
Especially since Schol has been such a help lately - with small things, mainly, but enough to make a difference. And with her LSAT coming up soon, she thinks it's about time she puts the idea into her sorority sister's head that she could be a great VP.
Well, with a bit of a personality shift. You see, she's a terrible
pushover and Adrienne could probably count on one hand the number of times that girl has said no
. She fidgets a lot too, and if there's one thing that looks bad at public events it's a frontwoman that can't keep herself still. While Adrienne isn't exactly one to talk due to her own neuroses, the least Scholastica could do is deal
with it. Ultimately, as far as Adrienne's concerned, if Scholastica is going to get anywhere with meaning, she has to harden up a little.
"So what do you think?" Adrienne comments, looking up from the menu and speaking in reference to the food.
Nov 12 2017, 09:17 PM
The end of October and beginning of November seems to pass by without nearly as much incident as last year
(having involved an elaborate series of 'pranks' and plenty of calls to the MPD until she was demanded to stop). Since then, a lot has happened and Adrienne has been able to take a step back and screw her head on right. She feels like she's in control again.
, all things considered.
Today her and the Alpha Nu Omega sorority sisters are helping out with a blanket drive for one of the more local shelters, with the excess planning to be donated to another branch in Portland. She's not exactly thrilled about it, her mind far more worried about these two essays she still needs to finish, but knowing she has
to be at all events that her sorority sisters decide to plan and take part in.
After deciding to take a break, Adrienne helps herself to some coffee that was brought by for volunteers and catches sight of Officer Morris with his family. Straightening her coat and plastering on a smile, she makes her way over, "Officer Morris, long time no see. I hope things have been well."
Nov 9 2017, 05:00 PM
A too-nice car pulls up to one of the gas pumps of the Mic Mac Market on a cold Friday evening, the sunset nearing it's early retreat into dark. Adrienne steps out and closes the driver's side door behind her, looking a little rough around the edges though still very much out of place.
After paying for her gas, she makes her way inside the small gas station market, pointedly avoiding looking over at the cashier - another ratty, trashy Monroeville native that she wants nothing to do with if she can help it. (But tonight she can't
, she needs a lighter and going any place else where people may actually
know her could give them more totally unfounded
ideas about her).
Her heels click against the floor as she grabs a small glass bottle of a cold brew coffee and a candy bar before heading up to the counter, where she adds a mini red lighter and finally acknowledges the cashier by glowering at her.