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Siobhan had made it home safely the night before much more sober than she was a few hours ago. She found herself in bed placing an alarm on for early in the morning. Spending the night tossing and turning as she tried to figure out what to expect from this new job that was being offered to her. She wondered what he would expect of her. Would he be able to meet these expectations she wonder. At some point sleep took hold of her and she awoke the the blare of the early alarm. Whacking the alarm clock with her hand she sat up in the empty bed looking over to the spot that she wished Dominic would have been there, but that wasn’t the cards at this moment.
As she dragged herself from the bed and to the shower she quickly bathed and found her way trying on a few different options for outfits to work for Jon. She had no clue what the job was to even be so she wasn’t sure if she should dress overly professional or if she should be able to move quickly. She almost threw all the clothes across the room giving up before she chose to wear a pale pink blouse with a pale blue skirt, nude heels completing the look though she was never very good at walking in them. Choosing to pack a work out outfit just incase she had read everything wrong in Jon statement.
Placing the bag on her shoulder she found her way to the building the Jon had mention, leaving earlier enough so if she got lost among the building she would have plenty of time to find it. Though finding the building wasn’t as hard as she thought it might have been. Standing in the lobby for a moment looking around as she took in the brilliant structure of the building before moving to the reception area. “Hi I am here to meet Jonathan,” she stated to the receptionist “It’s my first day and I am not sure what I should be doing.” she said honestly to the woman behind the desk.
Several morning meetings, a quick bite of breakfast, followed by a scan of reports and staff reviews, and all before 7 am. It was a typical morning though today he had other things to deal with, such as the beginning of a new journey for his friend. After last night he wasn’t sure if she was going show up, her hesitancy had been clear but the opportunity would have been a hard one to pass up for anyone. His impression had been that she needed a place to fit in and something to call her own. An occupation that would challenge her and allow her to strive for her own goals.
Stepping into the elevator Jonathan hit the button for the lobby, checking his watch habitually and more for something to do as he was forced to stay still. Taking a breath and being stationary wasn’t his forte, he was constantly moving and constantly needing something to do. The exception was when he was stalking prey but even then he was engaged in some sort of activity. Relaxation was foreign to him and an uncomfortable waste of time, or at least he felt so. Why would he sit and do nothing when there was so much he could be doing and accomplishing? Finally, the elevator dinged, the doors silently opening with a flourish of golden well-oiled tracks.
Strolling out he offered a smile to the employees milling past him, each recognizing him as he made it a point to know his people and to ensure his people knew him. Being one of those silent unknown and larger than life bosses was not his style, he was far more hands-on and in the thick of things. Walking over to the front desk a wide smile spread across his face, spotting the young Nephilim dressed in her business best. She cleaned up nicely and looked antzy yet resigned. Reaching out he took her hand, shaking it firmly, “I wasn’t sure if you would show up. Glad that you did.” Releasing her he stepped back and waved her towards the elevator banks. “Come. First day and lots of things to do.”
Once she was next to him he offered her his arm, letting her tuck her hand into his elbow. Once they were at the elevator’s he punched the button for level 5 and waited for a free bank. “First is training. Mandatory for all new employees. They are boring but necessary for business and insurance. Then we will get you some systems training after lunch and I’ll show you to your desk.”