Characters: Yasuda Shota, Okada Junichi
Location and date: Saturday, April 26th - Afternoon; back room (?)
They might get caught with someone's guitar... *coughKimuracough* None.
Summary: Music makes us all sinful once in a while.
Since there were no more requests for the afternoon, he decided to conclude his work for the afternoon and went for a break. Not that was complaining, in fact, he needed another cup of coffee. He didn't sleep a wink last night because of his insomnia. Besides, he needed to gather pieces that would play that night.
There were still a few customers in the dining hall, so he decided to go through the back door for Starbucks coffee. On his way, he dragged himself by the back room. He really wished there was an easier way for coffee...
Shige-mun computer died! So she will go on a hiatus till further notice DX gomen ne!
Characters: Sakurai Sho, whoever joins him (Open!)
Location and date: Sho's office -> Dining Hall, Saturday 26th April, morning
Summary: Sho is bored.
Sho finished the sentence he was typing before saving the document and closing his laptop. He gave a small yawn and glanced his watch. He had arrived early to finish that bit of paperwork before work started, but judging by the time he hadn't needed to.
He stood up and made his way towards the door. A coffee machine was going to have to be the next addition to his office, because at that moment, sho was pretty sure he needed it. He locked the door behind him and made his way down the stairs, debating whether to get a cup of coffee in the restaurant, or go to the nearby starbucks as he made his way past the dining hall, towards the entrance.
Characters: Horikita Maki and Yamashita Tomohisa
Location and date: Locker room, April 27 after work
(Optional) Summary: Maki has a thank you gift for Tomohisa.
Another shift over, and Maki sighed - half out of fatigue, half out of satisfaction for a job well done. She'd survived another night in the kitchen, and even received a compliment on a dish she had prepared. As she took her things out of her locker, she slowly pulled a small package out of her bag. It was the gift she had gotten for Tomohisa - a thank you for helping her when she didn't know how to continue. She had tried to give it to him at the start of the night, but chickened out. What if he thought she was being weird? What if getting him something wasn't the right thing to do? What if he hated the gift? All those questions made her abandon the attempt, placing the gift in her locker. But now that the shift was over, she was confronted with it again. Maki looked at the cheerful wrapping with the little note card on it. Yamashita Tomohisa - his name was written in her neat hand writing on the envelope.
What to do? Maki felt herself torn with indecision yet again.