Jennifer walked into her apartment, Angel, her Cupimon, sound asleep in her arms. She locked the door behind her, not particularly wanting company at the moment, but Jennifer knew that if someone came a-knocking, she wouldn't have the energy to send them away.
Jennifer sighed, placing Angel on her messy bed and covering her with a thick quilt that Jenny honestly didn't know she had. She must have been out of it the past couple of days, but didn't blame herself for it. The huge battle that commenced in the park still gave her reocurring nightmares and her stiff back was her only reminder, besides the flashing images behind her eyelids, that the event actually happened.
The gashes along her back were healing nicely, since Angel had been taking care of them as earnestly and carefully as she could. Jennifer appreciated it, it didn't matter if it was taking a long time to heal.
Jennifer moved into the kitchen and sat at the table, staring at her scratched, but otherwise unharmed laptop sitting innocently on the clean, almost shiny surface. She frowned slightly, running her finger along the surface of the black laptop in front of her, a clean strip clear across the dusty surface. Her frown deepened as Jennifer looked about the kitchen with a new perspective, seeing all clean and no dust.
Brushing aside the matter, Jennifer's hands hesitated over the laptop, undecided if she should open it and turn it on or leave it be. She hated trivial things like this, having to choose between two simple things. It was irritating.
Hearing Angel groan in her dreams from the bedroom, Jennifer's decision was chosen for her as she stood quickly and swiftly walked to the bedroom. Angel was twisting and turning in her sleep, slick sweat coating her skin in a shiny layer and soaking the bed beneath her. Jennifer sighed before picking up her digimon gently in her arms and gently holding Angel to her chest to ward away the bad images that congregated together in a nightmarish reality.
It apparently worked, for Angel soon settled into an untroubled sleep. Jennifer frowned in thought, and continued to hold her exhausted digimon.