a lazy morning
It's morning. You two are starting to wake up, but don't mind me. Get up when you like. You're not going into the manufactory today, Marshmallow. Was there any particular reason to schedule today free, or is this just an ordinary day off?
The sun is up, and there are sounds in the hold around you: people getting together for the day, heading off to do whatever it is they do. If you stay in bed long enough, it will begin to quiet again ... most of the people who live around here work in the manufactory, so it's pretty empty during the day. A lot of the kids, even: they haul things around, do fine assembly work, that kind of thing.
Eventually, you'll have to get up and take care of a few things. There are errands to run, for one. The manufactory's been finicky this past week, so you haven't had much free time, Marshmallow. And you and I both know that Lemma doesn't really get out much, if you leave her alone. So some odds-and-ends tasks have piled up. Anything notable?
And Marshmallow's day off isn't necessarily your day off, Lemma. There's a few projects people are paying you to work on, after all. What are they? In particular, one of them's for Rolfball, right? It was supposed to be done today, but it's not quite there. What happened?
Did you get distracted by your research, or by Founding Day? Or did something go wrong? Missing something? Or do you just figure you can finish it up this morning?
Well, whatever. You two still have some lazy time this morning, if you want to enjoy it. What do you do?
Hey, and how was that party, huh?