Don’t be so sure. This cake is really good and I’m really hungry.
That’s not very nice. I’d save it for you, B.
I’m kidding, Bon. There’s more left. But you better hurry, before someone else gets it.
You better not eat it all before I get there.
You just found it and already managed to eat all of it?
“Coming!” Katie said as she ran after her friend with a wide smile on her face. She started walking after her friend, and chuckled slightly when she urged her on. ”I’m coming,” she called as she ran after her friend, keeping her pace. She grinned as she walked alongside her friend and hurried down the stairs toward the kitchen. She hoped Loki wasn’t lying about the cookies down in the kitchen. She knew that he was known for his trickery, so one couldn’t be too careful. Even if they weren’t down there, her and Bonnie still had a pretty great back-up plan. She walked into the kitchen and went straight to the counter where the cookies usually were. She frowned when she didn’t find them there. “Dang, maybe there’re around here somewhere,” She thought aloud as she went over to the cupboards to search for a container of cookies there. She sighed. No luck. She could always materialize some cookies, but what fun was that? Plus, Bonnie and her were suppose to make cookies. “Either I’m not looking in the right places, or there’s no cookies around here.” She chuckled and walked over to her friend. “I suppose that means we’re going to have to make some.” She set the candies onto the counter and went to go find a bowl.
Katie Winchester wasn’t a great baker, but despite that, she liked it. It was a nice break from using her abilities to conjure up a quick meal. She knew in public she would never be able to do that, so sooner or later she would have to start cooking and baking things. First, she learned how to bake using directions she found on the back of a cookie dough mix she bought at the store. Her first attempt wasn’t graceful, and the result ended up with burnt cookie dough, but gradually, she got better and she could make edible cookies from scratch. She pulled out the flour, the sugar and the rest of the ingredients and set them on the counter. “Alright, do you know all these steps by heart?” She asked, raising an eyebrow. She had made cookies often enough but she always used the directions on the back of the package. She never made them from scratch before.
She began to slow her pace so Katie could catch up with her, laughing lightly when her friend ran after her. As the two made their way down the stairs and to the kitchen, Bonnie tried to decide if she’d rather find the cookies resting in the counter, or on a plate, or if she’d rather make them with her friend. She always enjoyed baking, and with the candies Katie had brought, it would be nice to make some from scratch, with the candy added in. Once they got to the kitchen, Bonnie stopped for a moment to look at the counters. She didn’t see any plates or jars out. Her friend who was just by her side had already rushed to the cupboards and was searching through nearly all of them, rather quick. Seeing it caused Bonnie to laugh a little. When Katie had something in mind, she stuck to it and got to work, it’s how she’d always been, for as long as Bonnie knew her. “Well, Loki does seem to like eating cookies.” Walking closer to her friend, Bonnie stopped and rested her hand on the counter, and shrugged her shoulder a bit. “I guess we are.”
Baking wasn’t for everyone, but Bonnie enjoyed doing it. It helped pass the time, and helped keep her mind busy. It wasn’t like there was some art to baking, unless you considered yourself a professional baker, and owned you own bakery. For Bonnie, it was purely fun, but there were certain steps you had to follow in order to not mess it up, and in order to not burn anything. She had never burned anything while baking. Bonnie considered herself lucky for that, because she was sure all first timers messed up, but she hadn’t. As her friend grabbed all the ingredients they would need, Bonnie searched through the drawers to find the measuring cups, and a spoon. Placing them down on the counter, Bonnie nodded her head. “You mean besides mix everything together, lay them on a tray and put it in the oven?” Bonnie let a little laugh escape from her mouth, in a teasing manner. “I’ve pretty much got the steps memorized from baking so much.” It’s true, she had. After doing something so many times, it just sticks with you. “Okay, you go turn on the stove to warm it up, and I’ll start mixing things together.” Bonnie said, as she began mixing the dry ingredients together.
13. Do you believe in love?
I don’t think it’s really something you should believe in. It isn’t like Santa Claus, or the Easter Bunny. It’s not something you have to see to believe. It’s something you feel.
15. Who was the last person you talked to?
I stayed up late, last night, talking to Bela.
18. When was the last time you smiled?
Earlier this morning.
34. How late did you stay up last night and why?
Later than I should have. I just had a lot on my mind about the mission, and once Bela and I get to talking, we never seem to be able to stop.
That makes two of us then.
Neither could I. Meeting you was one of the best things to ever happen to me…you know….before…I met you…all of you….Spencer…and Mr. Holmes…everyone…I was so lost. But you helped me….more then I could have ever imagined. I am so lucky to have you, and if I could, I would do everything in the world to thank you, because you mean the world to me too. I….I promise. And you promise me too, okay?
Me too. I mean..meeting you was one of the best things that’s ever happened to me, Bells. Before you, all I had around here was Bela. I could never complain, because she’s an amazing friend, and makes my life so much better. But, then I met you, and we became such good friends, so quickly, and then even more than that. You’re really like family to me; the sister I never had, but always wanted.
Always and forever, remember that. I don’t know what I’d do without you, and I’m glad I don’t ever have to think about that, because I know you’ll always be there for me, like I’ll always be there for you. You being my friend is thanks enough. I’m lucky to have you in my life. Good, not that anything will happen, but I’m holding you to that. And, of course, I promise, I’ll be fine.