I spent the entire day stalking Ryan. Sort of. And with stalking I mean siting on my bed with the door open, waiting for him to move. He’d been in his room all day and I was bored to death waiting for him to, I don’t know, escape from Radley or something. It would have been perfect too because the nurses decided to spend their entire afternoon playing cards in the kitchen.
After a good 8 hours of pure boredom I slowly walked to his room and spied on him through the keyhole. And my goodness, I swear that guy is even more boring than Hermie. If Hermie were here I’d probably catch him playing with barbie dolls or something and that would have been at least somewhat entertaining. But this guy was just sitting on his bed and staring at the ceiling. Every now and then he got up and walked to the window and back.
At some point he finally walked towards the door so I made sure he wouldn’t see me. He opened the door and walked into one of the empty rooms. I couldn’t follow him because I was afraid he’d see me. And when he came out of that room… he had a Red Coat doll in his hand!
He went back to his room, but I couldn’t spy on him anymore because the nurses were done having fun and decided to start doing their job again. But I have the feeling the fun is just starting for me.
Shit Happens - PLL style. Enjoy ^.^
[there’s a typo, but I noticed a little too late so whatever —-> TO deal]
Behind the Curtain with Janel Parrish & Maya Goldsmith
Feeding my doll addiction would have been the obvious choice today, since my door was finally unlocked again, but surprisingly I didn’t go to the children’s ward at all. I took my hoodie and went to Brookhaven.
As always I went to Vail’s Doll Hospital and admired all those dolls from the outside. And then I went back to that school I’d been to a few times. I entered the abandoned building and went upstairs to the attic. I wanted to see the view.
I saw a chair, placed it right next to one of the many windows of the attic and sat down. And then I saw Ryan walking around outside. What the hell was another Radley patient doing in Brookhaven? My first thought was that he was following me. But I’m the only one who knows exactly how and when to get out of Radley to be able to get away with it.
I was watching him for a while and then I went downstairs and started following him. It didn’t seem like he knew where he was going because he kept changing his direction - which is not something you want when you’re stalking someone. And then he met up with Red Coat.
What. The. Hell. Red Coat? With Ryan? Maybe Ryan isn’t a random Radley patient after all and he also works for Red Coat? That would mean he knows I’m faking being insane and he’s been messing with me all this time. Red Coat gave him a small envelope and walked away. I ran back to Radley as fast as I could to make sure I got there before Ryan did - in case Red Coat ordered him to spy on me.
Reblog if you can’t wait for Caleb to come back!
dear marlene king, the girls do not need to always be with someone in order to be happy.
you do not have to always bring someone new to the show because one of the girls broke up
it is ok to be single
it is ok because they have their friends
just give these girls some rest
You guys. If you like reading my Radley Diaries make sure to follow my second blog, I’ll be posting short stories like this one:
(and yes, there will be twists!!!)
It was magic. And it was all around me. The flowers, the grass, the sky, the birds… all of it were just shiny sparkly things that were absolutely beautiful. Birds were flying around and glitter was falling from their feathers. I even got some of it in my hair, but I didn’t mind. It was beautiful and it made me feel happy.
I’d been walking around for a very long time and I wasn’t even feeling tired. I could have gone in any direction and I knew it would have made me happy. I sat down on the grass at some point because I felt that the right thing to do was to stop and think where I wanted to go. I had several options - the woods, a field of flowers, a meadow with a small mysterious hill that would block the view and make me even more curious…. Going back would also be an option but I didn’t think it was the right one. I heard a subtle noise and turned towards the woods, and I saw this broccoli-looking creature passing by and walking straight into the woods. The creature generated a lot of curiosity so I followed it into the woods.
The trees were beautiful. The leaves were green and brown and purple and red and orange… the grass had a beautiful dark green tint. I found a huge tree that had a few faces and they all smiled at me. I smiled back. And then I sat down beside it when I heard…
A voice: “It’s beautiful isn’t it?”
I turned around and saw a talking teddy bear, holding the prettiest blonde porcelain doll I’d ever seen.
Me: “It’s astounding. Actually, no. That’s not the right word. The right word doesn’t exist.”
The bear smiled at me and introduced himself.
Bear: “I’m Tiger.”
Me: “Tiger? That’s your name?”
Tiger: “Yes, why? What’s your name?”
Tiger: “That’s a very pretty name. You fit right in.”
Me: “Is it that obvious I’m not from around here?”
Tiger: “Oh yes. You’re very… unique.”
I smiled and he smiled back. Then he sat down beside me.
Me: “What’s your doll’s name?”
Tiger looked at the doll and waited a few moments, then he looked at me again and smiled.
Tiger: “She doesn’t talk much. She’s a little shy so you’ll have to excuse her. But she’ll talk when she gets used to seeing you around. Her name is Kitty.”
Me: “Oh, that’s alright. What a pretty name.”
I looked at the tree.
Me: ”What is that?”
Tiger: ”That’s Freya. She’s the queen.”
I stood up immediately.
Me: “Queen? Shouldn’t I bow or something?”
The bear just laughed at me and the doll started laughing too. And then even the tree started laughing – with all of its faces. I smiled but I wasn’t sure if I should be embarrassed or just happy.
Tiger: “No, that’s not how it works. Freya is… our best friend. She doesn’t exactly talk though. She can, but she only talks when she wants to give us an important message. In fact, Kitty and I should leave you and Freya alone so you can get to know each other better.”
Tiger and Kitty both smiled and left. I looked at the tree and noticed the branches started moving and something fell down. It was a blanket. I looked at Freya and all her faces were smiling. I knew she wanted me to sit down so that’s exactly what I did.
"So…. I’m Rose. I’m looking for a nice place to live and it feels like I could stay here. Would that be alright?"
The tree just kept smiling.
"I guess that’s a ‘yes’."
I smiled, stood up and went closer to the tree. The face I was right in front of suddenly stopped smiling and looked at me with a concerned look. I knew what that look was about. All of the faces of the tree started staring at the blanket and then smiled at me again. I knew what I had to do. I had to lie down and fall asleep, even though I really didn’t want to.
To be continued…
The only contact I had with anyone today was the random nurse who brought me food. Lisa never showed up, Sybil didn’t either and not even the annoying people like Ryan came in my room to annoy me. It was just me, locked in my room, sitting in my chair, and the worst part was that all my dolls were in the children’s ward.
I thought I was doing ok at first, but then I started missing my dolls. I tried to distract myself by looking out the window and watching people outside, but it didn’t help much. At some point I went back to bed and tried to fall asleep, but I couldn’t. Then I got out of bed again and sat down next to the window.
It was becoming more and more agonizing… I just really wanted my dolls. I started walking around my room, trying to figure out what I could do to distract myself, but there was nothing. All I could think about was how I feel when I’m holding my Hanna doll.
I took a pencil and a piece of paper out of my drawer and started drawing random things, but I scribbled all over everything after a few minutes, and then I just tore up the paper and almost ended up breaking the pencil as well. I even grabbed the glass of water that was on the table, but I had just enough self control left not to throw it in the wall.
When it became unbearable I ran to the door with the intention of banging on it and screaming so someone would unlock it and I could go to the children’s ward. But when I reached the door I couldn’t do it. I just stopped, sat down on the floor and started crying silently. And then after about an hour I took my cards and started playing Solitaire. It was the only thing that helped.