JedOct - Broken PanesBROKEN PANESJedediah/OctaviusIt was 6 o clock on a Saturday evening. The guests were all on their way out the door, leaving the museum empty as the dead. The doors locked, the lights came on, and there was silence. Suddenly, the dead of the museum erupted into life. Music began to blast on the stereo system. Teddy Roosevelt rode off toward the Lewis and Clark exhibit, excited. Rex, the very large, cumbersome dinosaur, lumbered down a hallway. Everything was coming to life all around the museum, replacing the dead silence with excitement and sound.One little man in particular was already on his way out of his diorama. He dismounted his horse and paused at the edge, thinking. Tonight was different than most nights. Jedediah, the little cowboy, had a lot on his little mind. He took a little moment to convince himself to do what he had to do, before attaching a rope to the edge of the diorama. One deep breath, and he was ready to repel downwards and into the great, w
JedediahOctavius - LettersOctavius had spent many long hours bent over a piece of parchment, spilling out his soul. The thing was a good few inches long (this was huge for them, mind), and he had it delivered by horseback to the one it was intended for. The one he loved so desperately. Jedediah. He hoped the letter would convey his feelings as well as his heart did.Jedediah received the later a little later. He opened it and scanned down the page, eyebrows furrowed. Octaviuss hopes were certainly crushed when Jed put it away.Maybe he shouldnt have written it in Latin.