Nothing like playing video games after a long day at the Winter Festival.
I don’t know if you can see it, but Zachary got his face painted.
Her Traits: Virtuoso, Excitable
Meanwhile… Baby time!
(We’re going to pretend this happened during the week J.C. was gone.)
Beauty is pain.
Sugar Valley covered in a blanket of snow.
Cory and Jenny had dropped J.C. off at Willow’s on their way back home. He’d insisted on going to see her before the whole town knew he was back and spoiled the surprise. Jenny loved the idea and convinced Cory to stop.
The only thing is, she’s not home. J.C. stands in the hallway attached to her family’s apartment and dials her number. It rings once and then goes to her voicemail. He hangs up and stares at his phone for a second, not sure what to do or think. He ends up calling a cab and going home.
Cory and Jenny are in the apartment. J.C. listens to Jenny and his former foster mother scream at each other with a grin on his face. One thought is in his mind: He has a home.
Just as Cory is about to knock on the door, J.C. opens it. His face was still toward the inside of the apartment.
Foster Mom: No good piece of-
J.C. (to Foster Mom, with attitude): Bye!
J.C. slams the front door shut and looks forward to find Cory and Jenny staring at him. J.C.’s eyes go wide.
J.C.: What- What are you doing here?
Jenny: We’re here to take you home.
J.C. grins and hugs both Cory and Jenny.
Jenny: But first… I’m going to give that woman a piece of my mind.
Cory smirks as he watches Jenny enter the apartment.
Cory: You better stay out here. I’ll get your stuff.
J.C. nods, speechless.
(Again, pay no attention to the baby bump!)
Jenny: This is where he lives? We lived here before we got married. Remember?
Cory frowns, remembering the horrible living conditions they endured because the rent was cheap and they couldn’t afford much else.
Cory: Yeah, I do.