Rapid tapping of a pencil disrupted the silence of the office. Papers were shifted across the table as blueprints and details were examined back and forth. Red lips scowled as their owner scribbled out her ideas. The leather seat groaned as she laid back to take a break. Her lunch laid forgotten at the edge of the desk. Papers were sprawled all over the place. The trash bin was full of crumpled up plans.
Asami rested a hand over her eyes with a sigh. She had been working constantly in her office for hours now. She knew what she wanted to plan out but there was a disconnect between her brain and her hands. It seemed no matter what she drew, it just wasn’t right. She needed a few minutes to rest. She hadn’t gotten much sleep last night due to Korra being called out right before bed. Asami knew she could take care of herself but it didn’t stop her from worrying. She had been dozing in and out for a while when she felt Korra’s arm wrap around her as she returned to