Thank you for the prompt tatabristow! I hope this is kind of what you mean, even though I may have strayed from the prompt a teeny bit…or maybe just not filled it very well? I don’t know. There’s plenty of rain though! :)
The next part (featuring cute Christmas Fayana will be up tomorrow night!)
“…iana? Diana? Diana!”
“Hmm?” Diana jolted to attention when she was firmly prodded in the shoulder. She blinked rapidly before averting her gaze from what she had been staring at to focus on the concerned looking blonde hovering next to her “What?”
“Are you okay?” Cassie asked in concern “You seem really distracted and that’s not like you, especially at a meeting.”
“I’m fine.” Diana muttered.
“Are you sure?” Melissa contributed from her other side “You seem kind of…depressed.”
“I said I’m fine.” Diana stressed curtly as her gaze shifted back across the room. Faye was sitting on the couch in the corner of the room, her cheek braced against her fist and her eyes fixated miserably on the floor as if she wanted nothing more than to be anywhere else at that moment. Diana longed to go over and ask her if she was okay but she was aware that the attempt would be futile. Despite her best efforts, Faye had refused to talk to her for the past week and seemed intent on avoiding her as much as possible. Diana sighed heavily at the thought, a heavy weight settling upon her chest. She had been surprised when she had started to feel like something was missing as soon as her contact with Faye had ended but the feeling of a massive absence had quickly become normal for her.
“…Is weird.” Diana tuned back into the conversation just in time to hear Melissa say “It doesn’t normally storm this much, even here.”
“Maybe it’s more supernatural than it is natural.” Cassie suggested in a hushed voice that was just barely audible over the howling wind and lashing rain outside “Faye has seemed really upset lately. Maybe she has something to do with it.”
“Why do people always jump to the conclusion that Faye is the reason things go wrong?” Diana asked, causing both girls to glance at her in surprise “Maybe instead of accusing her of messing with the weather you should bother to ask her why she’s upset instead of just talking about her behind her back.”