Kitty took off, and Sebastien had to hurry to try and work out his stiff muscles and joints as he stood to follow.
It was a nice day outside.
He tried not to think about where the path they were headed might really take them - to the showers, of course, but the physical "where" wasn't the real concern. The physical place of it all didn't feel quite real, not enough to be worried so much about location as what might happen there.
Well, maybe that was the issue; even after all he had been through in the last couple of days, sometimes it still didn't feel real. Sebastien didn't think that he might suddenly wake up and find that it had all been a nightmare, that just wasn't realistic, but...
Nothing was. Nothing was.
Reality isn't real and time is an illusion,
he thought, and snorted softly as he followed Kitty. He couldn't remember where he had first started seeing things like that, that sort of half-nihilistic postmodern philosophy.
If time wasn't real then this, these few moments of peace, didn't have to end.
Sebastien caught up to Kitty and fell into step beside her, and tried not to worry about where and what they were going to be at the end of the day.
((Sebastien Bellamy continued in 'Cause We Are Young and We Are Sick