See? He's not really all that intimidating... Brooke sighed; who was she kidding. Of course Reid was intimidating. But she forced a smile, turning around in her bean bag to be able to see him without craning her neck so painfully. "How did everything go? I mean, the counseling and whatnot. Er, well, you don't have to answer, but I mean..." She sighed, deciding to just shut up.
Red shrugged, shis ession had been a normal act-like-he-didn't-care-and-don't-answer-questions session. NOthing important or special about it. IT'd been rather boring actually.
"It was normal." he said flatly.
Brooke simply stared at him a moment. What exactly was 'normal' for this guy? "Right..." she said, trying - and failing miserably - to act like she understood. Man, he was vague. "So... I guess it was kinda boring then..."
"Right." Reid said, "How was yours?" he asked, his voice still flat, placid, emotionless, slighly monotone. His feet were planted firmly on the ground, the table was short enough for him to do that.
Olivia walked down to the hall towards her room, she wondered where Nathaneal was, she hadn't seen him since he'd come out from his therapy session and she'd had to go in.
Brooke shrugged. "Stupid, obviously," she admitted. Just a bunch of 'tell me what's on your mind,' 'what's bothering you today?', blah blah blah. "Unnecessary yapping from someone who doesn't need to know my business."
Nathanael sighed; watching the rain was getting a little tiresome. And it was making him sleepy. Rain always did that - make him tired for no reason.
Reid nodded, he agreed the couselors didn't need tobe in his buisness and didn't need to constantly ask 'how he felt' or 'what was bothing him.'
"Yes it is stupid." he said.
Olivia turned down the hall towards the dorms adn noticed Nathaneal in a window down the hall towards the exit to the outdoors. She wodnered if she should talk to hima dn pasued her path instead of walking on toward sthe dorms.
Brooke smiled faintly; so they agreed on something. Although pretty much every teen in this place probably agreed on that, so that little victory was short-lived. "So, um..." What was she supposed to say now? "What did you do after the session? Just hang around?"
Sighing, Nathanael turned from the window to head toward his dorm; he could seriously use a nap right now. Plus his stomach still kinda hurt... He spotted Olivia though, and smiled as he walked over to her. "Hey!"
"It's all there is to do." Reid satted he hsrugged uncaringly adn shifted so he was sitting on a seat, leaning back adn his arms crossed on his chest. He made himself as comfortable as possible in the slightly small hard chair.
Olivia glanced quickly down at her shoes,
"Hey." she siad, Nathaneal hadn't been looking to well. She wondered if he was sick or if his therapy session had gone really bad. Maybe he got wet outside and was catching cold. No he didn't look to et, he couldn't be catching cold.
"Not necessarily," Brooke argued with a grin. "Olivia and I played a game. So that's something you could do." She giggled softly; was she annoying him? Probably.
Nathanael ran a hand through his hair, letting out a deep breath. "So?" he said, forcing a smile so he wouldn't look as bad as he felt. "How's it going?"
"I don't play games." Reid said flatly, he made his voice firm also though, so there was no question baout him not doing games. He'd always disliked board games, even before Louis, Louis hadn't liked them either, he'd prefered basketball or other sports.
"Ya loo' sick." Olivia sated taclessly, she kept her eyes on her shoes though, feeling a bit nervous about what he'd do, she hadn't exactly complimented him.
Brooke raised a brow. "Huh. Whatever floats your boat, I guess..." Well, this guy sure wasn't a ray of sunshine, was he? Then again, she already knew this, from earlier. Oh well.
Nathanael laughed a little, looking sheepish. "Nah, I'm okay..." That was a total lie, it was obvious. "It's probably just the rain or something, you know? Makes me tired and stuff..."
Reid shrugged adn looked outside, hoping the rain would stop so there would be something to do,
"What do you do when your bored?" he asked, his voice flat and bored. He looked around the room and got up, going over to the movie shelf, looking at the movies to see if anything was there that was good to watch.
Olivia glanced back up at Nathaneal again, he was obviously lying, she wasn't sure how to confront him though so she just nodded.
"May'e try ea'in' somethin' ya didn'' 'ave lun'h." she suggested, shrugging.
What did she do when she was bored..? Brooke sighed. Cut, usually. But she couldn't tell him that. Besides, he probably didn't care anyway... "Oh, nothing in particular..."
"Maybe..." Nathanael chewed on his lip, feeling awful now. "I think I need to lie down..." he admitted, running a hand through his hair. Was there somewhere closer than his room to try a nap?
Olivia looked at Nathaneal, he looked tired, but she didn't know where he coudl sleep, he rroom was close, but it would just be awkward if he fell asleep there, right? She'd be in trouble, maybe get hurt.
"Well 'en w'y 'on't ya fin' some ''ere a sleep?" she suggested.
Nathanael shrugged. He knew she was right; he probably should find a place to sleep. "I don't know if I can make it all the way back to my room, though. That's the problem. I feel all... dizzy." He sighed, feeling somewhat stupid.
"um." Olivia said, "My roo' is clo'e, ya wanna lie 'own 'ere?" she asked nervously. Inviting a boy to take a nap in her room, wasn't exactly a good diea, but Nathaneal looked like he might passout, and it didn't seem right to just leave him here,
It took a second for Olivia's words to actually register in Nathanael's mind; his brain seemed to be working kind of slow now. "Uh... If you don't care... That's fine, yeah..." She looked a little nervous, which made him feel bad, but getting a bed was his main priority at the moment.
Olivia nodded, trying to look too apprehensive. She went to her room adn beckoned Nathaneal in after checking to make sure nobody else was in it first.
"Come o'." she said softly to Nathaneal.