Happy Saturn’s Day to all my readers! In accordance with pagan law of old, we shall celebrate this weekly observance in the traditional manner: with song, with drink, with the devouring of one’s offspring, and with a new chapter of my FNAFiction, Everything Is All Right, Part One: Girl on the Edge of Nowhere, which itself contains all of the above!
Bonnie checked all the doors in the West Hall—both bathrooms, the reading room, even the party room—but the girl wasn’t hiding. Or exploring, or whatever. She was back in the dining room, sitting on one of the tables as she waited for him and watching her feet swing back and forth above the filthy floor. “Hey,” she said as he limped in, but she didn’t look up.
“Sure. Why wouldn’t I be?”
“You r-r-ran out like you were-re-re—”
“I didn’t run.” Now she raised her head and her eyes, although dry, were sparking. “I left, but I didn’t run.” She went back to watching her feet and, a second or two later, to swinging them. “It’s not his fault anyway. He’s not even the same Foxy. I don’t know why I said that stuff.” She thought it over and uttered a low, humorless laugh. “Sure, I do. I’m…I’m not at my best tonight, Bon.”
“Ne-eeeee-either am I. But—” He reached her at last and put a hand on her knee, halting her restless kicking and making her look at him. “—I’m b-b-better than I was.”