caffeine deprived // felicity&aurora
Felicity scowled as she removed her tank top, throwing it in the laundry bin in the corner of her room. Not only was she out of coffee
she had her mother to thank for that but she had gotten into an argument with her father and spilled some of her hot chocolate on her shirt, causing a large stain to appear on the silky fabric. Today was not going well at all for the blonde, but she knew that once she arrived at Central Park to meet Aurora, thinks were bound to get better. Even the thought of hanging out with her best friend, and secret girlfriend, made her troubles seem less important. Slipping out of her shorts, she tossed them into the laundry bin where her stain tank top sat, leaving her in just her underwear.
As she walked to her closet, her mind drifted back to her girlfriend, causing a goofy smile to form on her face. Ever since the brunette had came over the other night, she had been wanting to spend more time with her. And even though they were going to be in public
where Felicity banned any type of kissing or touching that was too intimate she was still just as excited as she had been the previous night. Choosing a loose fitting cream-colored top and a pair of dark skinny jeans, the blonde changed quickly before grabbing a pair of sandals and slipping them on her small feet. Not wanting to waste too much time with make-up, she decided not to redo anything besides her lips. Swiping a thin layer of light pink lip-gloss over her plump lips, Felicity ran a hand through her straightened hair before grabbing her bag and exiting her bedroom.
"I’ll be back later," she said shortly to her parents, still somewhat mad at her dad and her mother for drinking her coffee. Felicity knew it was silly to get mad at them over something so ridiculous, but she didn’t care. Before they could answer, she slammed the door shut behind her, reaching into her bag for her car keys. It was a short drive to Central Park, most of the drive consisted of Felicity singing at the top of her lungs to whatever song came on the radio, and she quickly found a parking spot. Taking in a deep breath of fresh air, she made her way towards the small, but very busy, Starbucks, her eyes scanning the crowd for her girlfriend.