DINER GIRL | that doorbell should ring.. ?

November 3, 2014

Having flying overhead over the city then finding that familiar sign that haven’t changed over the last few centuries and it always been reconditioned several times  reading in 1950’s electric teal neon’s “the Nash” right below and finding a landing parking spot below, noticing that below the street walk trees have grown larger in the years that I’ve haven’t  been by.. Previously it was a straight landing… But now I’ll have to move down and slide in pretty quickly in landing… then instructing the landing controls with a little bit more little more details to move Erin and slide under that tree…  with a little flair.. We landed gently as her four levitation units came to a full stopping glow… partially shutting Erin systems down and putting her on standby… Then removing my helmet and as I did the internal HUD began to dissipate leaving it with a blank transparent screen…. Then placing the helmet on the passenger seat as it set for remote charging…

I got out from Erin, as her doors slide ride back… then as I got out, her driver’s door s moved right back into place…  looking around the place where The Nash, also its surroundings is, the place has gotten more laminated  at night. The sidewalk trees branches have grown and now they’re lighted up with Christmas fairy lights, feeling that lighted atmosphere magically.  Looking around, how the  trees grown, there’s a tree nearby the entrance of The Nash where I’ve played at as a child while my parents was working hard inside in building , restoring renovating a family heirloom … seeing that childhood tree has now has adjacent Victorian park teal coloured bench with the decorative cast iron  flowery curves, looking at them both the Victorian sitting bench and that child tree they couple themselves romantically. ..Walking past the newly found couple then walking up a few steps up towards my Parents Diner’s door… Then opening that door…