Seeing that it was Christmas Eve, I walk into the large living room, humming a Christmas Carol as admire the Christmas Tree. "Damn, we did a good job on this tree." I say, as I waited for everyone else to walk in.
"Damn right we did," she declared as she analysed it, "I spent hours making sure everything was in order. Look how good it is, how perfectly aligned the decorations are, and how the star is perfectly straight." She smirked at it, "if any of you mess it up with "originality" I'll hit you."
I chuckle at Elle's comment about originality. "Well, I'll try my best, but I'm just glad I didn't set the bloody lights on fire. And hello Roger." I smile back at Roger for a greeting before turning towards Elle. "So when are the others coming?"
Erraline didn't bother to try and be mysterious, as she was too upset. "Me and my brother.. we lost our parents around this time of year when we were younger. I tend to be really emotional because of it." She replied softly.
Julian waltzed down the stairs of the house and into the living room where everyone seemed to be. "What's with the Christmas tree...." Julian voiced nonchalantly before plopping down on one of the couches and staring at the tree.
"To celebrate christmas, dumbass," she snapped at him, "why else would there be a christmas tree? Certainly not there to celebrate my birthday in two months." With that, she beamed at Diana and followed her to the window, "I don't think I like the snow," she decided. "You can't even see across the road."
Julian only slightly smirked before he stood up and left the room - he knew when he wasn't wanted and didn't plan to stay around for the day either. "Well have a nice Christmas." Julian said before garbbing his jacket and walking out the house.
"Well, I think you can already tell that you're not missing much," she sniffed before eying Julian, "moody, isn't he?" She mused, "I don't know if I could handle it. I can barely feel emotion as it is."
She glanced at the door for a second before turning back towards Elle. "He can probably tell the girl he likes doesn't want him around..." She smirked at her before staring back outside. "and i'm not complaining, i actually like the cold and a snowball fight might be fun."
"Funny... at the Academy, Julian was always the one who wasn't good for anyone..." Diana answered. She wasn't exactly defending Julian but, she was hoping Elle would see that they would be a perfect match.
She shrugged, "he's a prince. I'm...I'm a drug dealer from London. Whether he's good for people or not, he'll be king one day," she said as an excuse before eying her, "are you telling me to go after him? I don't know if I should take advice from you, since you and Liam skirt around each other constantly."
A small blush crept onto the Lunar duchess' cheeks. "Shut up...." She mummbled before softly smiling and playfully nudging her. "We should make hot chocolate..." Diana suggested, an attempt to avoid the topic of her and Liam.
He entered the room with a silver tray and a big porcelain jar on top of it with several empty glasses at its side, "There's certainly no need to do so. I already made some for all. It's my grandma's recipe. French chocolate."