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Room 516, Monday

Kaylee was sitting on her bed, glancing around at her near empty room. The Christmas lights that were still up were the only sign that someone had lived here.

It was a little hard to believe she would be leaving in a few hours.

[ooc: If you want to say goodbye to Kaylee, this is the last chance to do so; feel free to handwave that she called if you'd like; *sniffles*]

Room 516, Saturday

Kaylee was sitting on her bed, staring out the window. It was kind of a mess out there, which would be the reason she was still here. She assumed this was just another crazy Fandom thing and it would be over by Monday. This would just be one more adventure before she left.

[ooc: As the post says, Kaylee will be staying a little longer because of the flood; open if you'd like.]

Room 516, Monday Evening

Kaylee was sitting on her bed staring at the letter in her hand. It had some of the usual things in it. The crew still missed her and Jayne was still a jackass. Nothing new there. However, Mal made it sound like the current mechanic was an incompetent moron. Apparently Serenity was falling apart without her.

"What are they doin' to my girl?" Kaylee asked herself as she read the letter again.

She made a decision at that moment. Seemed Serenity needed her more than Fandom did. Or at least that's what Kaylee was telling herself. She missed everyone. She missed the ship. She missed being in space. Maybe it was time to go home.

[ooc: establishy; Kaylee will be leaving by the end of the week, woe; if any of you would like to interact with her one last time, there will be an Empire post tomorrow and a final goodbye post Saturday. Or let me know if neither of those work and we can work something out.]

Room 516, Thursday Evening

Kaylee was sitting on her bed reading one of her assignments for Traditional Fairy Tales. She glanced at the Valentine's Day decorations on her wall. They made her smile, so she decided to leave them up there for awhile.

She was still processing what happened this weekend. Even though she was generally the cheerful, optimistic type, she was still shaken by what she saw. Who wouldn't be horrified by space cannibals, really?

[ooc: for someone specific, but open.]

Room 516, Thursday Evening

Kaylee ran back to her room after the strange incident in the park and had been there ever since. She still didn't feel safe, though. She was very tired and unwilling to move. She had a blanket wrapped around her, but the cold still lingered. Nothing seemed to make it go away.

The shadows in her room seemed normal, but that didn't stop her from watching them.

[ooc: door is not open, but the post is]

Room 516, Monday Afternoon

After class, Kaylee went back to her room to start the reading assignments for Traditional Fairy Tales. Instead, she continued thinking about what happened this weekend. For some reason she thought she was someone named Heidi who was married and knew Jaye. She also thought she was from a place called New Jersey. Kaylee didn't even know where that was.

At least she didn't do anything more embarrassing than warn Jaye to stay away from her husband Eric. It could have been worse. This Heidi person could have gone after Parker to warn her to stay away from Eric. That would have been bad.

[ooc: door and post are open]

Room 516, Saturday Morning

When Heidi woke up, she sighed over dramatically. This town was strange. She hated it here a lot. She just wanted to go back to New Jersey.

At least it wasn't crazy and weird there. Much.

[ooc: Establishy; Kaylee is now Heidi Gotts from Wonderfalls, hee.]

Room 516, Thursday Evening

Kaylee was starting to get settled into her new room. The extra space meant more room for all of her random engine parts. Unless, of course, she acquired more.

Currently, she was putting Christmas lights up. She really didn't care that the holiday was over. They were pretty.

[ooc: door and post are open!]

Room 308, Wednesday Evening

Kaylee returned to her room after spending part of break aboard Serenity. It was nice to be back. She missed the crew a lot, and she missed being the ship's mechanic. She even missed Mal yelling at her to make sure things were running smoothly. Even when they were docked on Persephone for a few days. Still, it felt like home.

Now, she was back in Fandom. And Joxer wasn't. It wouldn't be easy to move on, but Kaylee knew she probably had to. It was unlikely that he would ever return.

To take her mind off of that, she settled on the floor and began tinkering with engine parts she had brought back with her.

[ooc: door and post are open because I am bored]

Room 308, Thursday Evening

Kaylee was in her room, glancing at the gift River left her. She was trying very hard not to open it before Christmas. In the meantime, she was looking over her notes for the Constant Vigilance final. She really didn't want to fail.

[ooc: for Joxer, woe]