Charlie and Jenny (I HAD TO POST WITH EMMA BECAUSE CHUCKIE ISN'T PART OF THE AU GROUP)Setting:
Their senior and first years of University Rating:
SFW? It's AU Summary:
Charlie runs into a ghost from her past
It had been month since Charlie had so much as said hello to Jenny. Their relationship hadn't ended well to say the least, but the rumors she had heard afterwards had been worse. The straw that had broken the camels back wasn't anything special, wasn't anything abnormal in their lives, but Charlie had been drunk, too drunk. Everything had just come out like word vomit, the tears, the accusations, the insecurities, it was awful. She couldn't do it anymore, she couldn't share Jenny with anyone. The months that followed had been lonely for Charlie. Hunter and Sera were long gone, although she still visited them quite a bit, it wasn't quite the same. She had lead the team to yet another Quod championship though, and had brought victory to her house once again. It didn't mean as much to her.
Now it was half way through her senior year of high school and graduation seemed miles away. She was already being scouted by several different Quodpot leagues and Charlie couldn't wait to get out of here. All she had left now was Quodpot, and really, why bother finishing school if she was just going to play sports the rest of her life. She spent most of her days now skipping class, training and smoking more weed than was healthy for a athlete of her status. It was a miracle they were even letting her captain the team anymore. Ichiro had talked to her several times about her failing academic record, but they had come to some sort of agreement. At least she was going to graduate, she wasn't sure what the requirements were for the Quodpot leagues, but she figured not having a high school diploma would kill her eventually.
She was just finishing up her morning training now, sweat dripping off of her as she made her way back to her dorm. She had her broomstick tossed over one shoulder and her training bag over the other. Her headphones were blaring in her ears. She was in the zone, running through the drills she wanted to run later with the team in her head, when she hit something solid. At first she thought it was a wall, it wouldn't have been the first time she had run into one recently. It took her a few minutes to realize it was actually a person, and she shouldered her bag back into place with a wince before looking down a the poor person in concern.
"I'm sorry! I didn't see-" It was only then that Charlie realized who
exactly she had knocked over. Looking back at her was none other than Jenny herself. Charlie gaped at her speechless, she wasn't prepared for this, she had been so careful to avoid the other girl. She had even resorted to ducking into empty classrooms when she saw her around campus. Now she was right in front of her. "Jenny, I-" she stuttered, dropping her bag out of surprise.