“Adagio probably thinks I’m with Sonata, and Sonata probably thinks I’m with Adagio. Sonata’s too stupid to ask and Dagi doesn’t care.”>She scowled, clenching a fist.
“It doesn’t matter. I’m fine on my own! We managed this far in this shitty world with just each other, I can manage it alone without those two idiots weighing me down.”>The words struck Sunset like a gut punch.>She knew those feelings, if not the exact words.>That feeling of betrayal from someone who was as close as family. >Of wrongs, real or perceived, it made no difference.>Of deciding to go it alone.>Loneliness…>So…>That’s why she’d shown up at her doorstep, chucking billiard balls at her window.>”Hey,” Sunset said gently.
“What?” Aria snapped.>”Wanna knock over a convenience store?”
“...” >Aria stared at her, dumbfounded.
“...Yeah, yeah I think I do.”
That's it for tonight, hopefully more soon.