Index was once a small and close-knit community, but the town located on the western side of Washington state has grown in recent years beyond anyone's expectations. It is the ideal place for those who work in Seattle but can't afford the city's high real estate prices, and for others the natural beauty attracts them to the town. And Index truly is a beautiful place - surrounded by thick evergreen trees, tall mountains and glistening rivers and lakes. While weather is typically rainy with overcast skies even this does nothing to take away from the beauty of the town, and it is only highlighted further when the heavy snow graces the town and caps the mountains in winter. To many, Index would seem like a paradise. And yet lurking beneath this visual beauty there is more to this town than anyone might ever imagine...

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Re: [Open] She walks in beauty, like the night

Noelle Faye Benson | Vampire; Infant

Posted on Tue Apr 21, 2015 6:49 pm

Okay, so I did have a tendency to lie to myself from time to time. I could admit my own flaws, it wasn't like I had a hundred years under my belt to learn how to become a better person or whatever that mumbo jumbo was. I hadn't lied to myself about wanting to be more open to my own kind, that much was true, but the thing was... The new kid in school could possibly live in a fancy home with a pool and cool toys. If I wanted to learn about what the new kid could offer me, then I needed to put in a little bit of effort. It wasn't like I was just talking to this chick because she could potentially offer me something, she seemed pleasant too, but let's just say it wasn't just her sunshine and rainbows personality that had me sticking around either.

Oh you're too sweet. I've actually been thinking about changing it, yanno, a new name to go with a new life. Maybe that wasn't entirely true, I had thought about it, but I wasn't actually going to do it. Not yet. I figured I'd give myself a new name each lifetime I lived through. It was a great way to document my life. A photo album for every name, for every lifetime. How amazing would it be to hit the big six hundred and look back at everything you'd accomplished?

I pushed my hair back behind me as I laughed. Gert nearly sounded worse than Butch. I suppose there could be some fun in a situation like that? I for one would be incredibly focused on changing peoples minds about my name. Like reinventing it and giving people something positive to attach to my label instead of something awful. Then again it is so much easier to just give pleasant names to children instead of naming them after their great great grandmothers.

Oh New York?! Little, old Index must be a big change then. Not quite as flashy. I grinned, Though I suppose it has it's charms as well. The words escaped me just as a very handsome human passed by, his friendly smile not directed at me but at my companion, Lillium. Interesting... A business woman too though, that's intriguing. There was hesitance in my voice, but I made up for it with another beaming grin in her direction, the cherry on top was my over zealous eye contact. Business just made me think of Gayle, and the things I needed to tell her... She made it impossible for me to find the right way to communicate sometimes...

Oh yes, I mean no. The attire is just for fun, I see no point in saving fun clothing for special occasions. You should see what I wear when I go to the post office. I joked. But have you been to Poison? I asked curiously, wondering if she knew just how fitting that name really was. That place was absolute poison.

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I couldn't help being a little amused by Noelle's brash response. So typically American! So young! Either get rid of it or re-brand it attractively. I smiled and shook my head slightly in exasperation, finding that I liked her more either for or despite such impetuousness. Flashing Noelle a wry grin I could not help but to tease, Now, now. As someone who could very well be your great great grandmother you already told me you liked my name.

We walked on, Noelle speaking again while we passed a winsome gentleman on the street. For all my companion's attractiveness and my own youthful appearance, his eyes followed me and for a brief moment met my own. I dropped my gaze coyly, a shy smile playing across my lips. Even though nothing would come of it, it never hurt to act human and if I were honest it was nice to be noticed. Ah, I was in the city fairly frequently but we were based upstate, and it was fairly pastoral. Small towns not altogether unlike Index and many farms. I paused, turning my gaze back to Noelle and finding her eyes eagerly waiting. I like this pace. And so far I like this town, even if I haven't gotten out much.

She was clearly not willing to elaborate on her progeny without my pressing and so I let the matter lie for now. There was no sense in prying, not when the conversation was pleasant and the evening was young. If we decided to keep in contact she might tell me more at some later time. I have actually passed an evening there and found it fairly pleasant. I understand it's under new management; the theme night I attended was very enjoyable.

Anything else I may have thought to say at that moment was stolen from my lips as we passed a cadre of girls strolling along and laughing, ready for a night on the town. The life! The unexpected purity of them! My stomach clenched. It was almost difficult to speak when my mouth watered so. Noelle, I know you've just eaten and I hate to be terribly rude but... goodness, I could really go for a bite.

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