May. 6th, 2008

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Cayce didn't get around to formulating or posting her poll until after Setsuna's birthday party, but it finally went up a few days after that event.

Hi everyone,

I've become curious about everyone's thoughts about how this place actually works. If you have anything you'd like to add that's not included in this poll, feel free to send me a note.

—Cayce Pollard

[Poll #1183589]


May. 6th, 2008 06:01 pm
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It had been an unnatural day. Not only long, but trying in every sense of the word. Marguerite managed to find an empty bench and thought it as good as any for a little rest. She had no place of her own to go to, and no doubt in her mind Percy would turn her away. After moving about to get comfortable she finally managed to lay her head on her puff of skirts. The un-abiding light, however, seemed to make dozing off for a short while an unbelievably difficult task to do. Finally able to set her fan up enough to block some light, she found herself dozing off.
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When Fay and Kurogane didn't show up for a day, Chii started to get worried - they'd never just left her before all night by herself - so the next morning, she decided the best thing to do was ask everyone else in the park, as they were always so helpful, after all~! And she felt she should let them know something, too, just in case. Chii, after all, wasn't oblivious to the people leaving thing, not after Mokona and Sakura.

Dear everyone,

Fay-mommy and Kuro-daddy have not come home yet, and I am concerned. If you see them, please let them know I am waiting for them to come back.

In the event they have disappeared like others, then I will keep the Cat's Eye cafe open until either they return, or just for the rest of you so you can have Fay-mommy's goodies, which I also know how to make.

Please be well, and come have baked goods whenever you want.

~ Chii
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After seeing Cayce's poll on the bulletin board and much flicking through the notes he had already made on the park, Beaufort still found himself rather unable to answer some of the questions asked. Simply because most of them struck him as a lot more complicated as ticking a box. This reminded him that there were certain people who he needed to talk to on the subject on politics and the park. Notebly, historical figures.

Letter to John Adams )


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