Pausing in her cleaning to take a sip of her drink, a wide grin spread across Moth's face. "Tastes nice, thank you Rez." Moving over to stand beside Yuffie, she shrugged at the other female. "Rez just said it possibly the best way he could have. With him running this place, if it weren't for people like us coming around this place would probably come crashing down around his head. Still not complaining though." Tipping her drink back, she finished it off before setting the empty glass down on the bar.
"I really don't mind having work to do around here. It gives me a reason to keep coming back."
Hopping over the bar, Moth laughed. "Of course I'm going to keep coming back. Where else would I go?" Plucking her glass off the bar, she set about washing it and setting it out to dry. "Oh, and I've been thinking about updating the bar layout soon. If there's any changes you want made, you'd best tell me about them soon, otherwise they may not get added."
"Well I'm not quite sure exactly how I'm going to change it, but I do recall Mouse requesting a recliner over by the fireplace or something like that. I'm going to have to get a hold of her so as to remember what exactly she wanted." Leaning against the bar counter, Moth yawned widely before going back to her cleaning. "I'll be sure to send you the rough copy of the layout once I've started to make changes to see what you think. Any input I get from you tends to be helpful."
"Well then perhaps I'll have to go all out and then work on getting some more people to visit and liven this place up." Finishing cleaning up the bar counter and all the shelves under and behind it, Moth moved into the kitchen. Propping the door open with a garbage can, she raised her voice so Rez would still be able to hear her while she cleaned up the kitchen. "We've been in need of regulars for a while now, not to mention some more staff members to fill in the holes where everyone else is busy. Perhaps some new art or a banner or something. I'll try to think up a way to lure people in."
"You've got the wheel Moth." Rez poured himself some orange juice he randomly produced from out of nowhere and started downing it. "You want some Moth?" He gestured at the carton he's almost always seen with.
"No thank-you. I only like orange juice when there's alcohol mixed in with it." Calling out from the kitchen, already knowing what he was talking about without having to look, Moth didn't break pace in her cleaning as she replied. "Now, if you were offering to pour up a glass that's half orange juice and half vodka, then perhaps I'd be interested."
"No problem!" Rez grabbed an oversized mug/tank and poured the remainder of the orange juice in it and tried to even it out with a bottle of vodka. After that he headed over towards the kitchen to hand the tankard to Moth.
Tossing aside the cloth she was using to wash all the dishes piled up in the kitchen, Moth walked out to meet Rez at the door as he brought her a drink. "Thanks." Tilting the mug up, she downed half of it before pausing long enough to walk over and take a seat back at the bar. "I'm almost done cleaning up the mess you guys made while I was gone. As soon as I'm finished I'll hopefully have time to get more work done on the floor plan for this place. I feel almost as though this place could use a completely new look, but I'm not sure if I'll have enough time this month to make that many changes."
Rez shrugged and followed Moth around like a little toddler. "I guess that's fine seeing as how there's no one really around waiting on the change." He looked around the bar and decided to sit down in the fireplace area and crack a book open to stare at while talking to Moth. "I wonder how much everyone has changed..."
"Who knows." Shrugging easily, Moth slid off the bar stool and sauntered over to join Rez. Moving over to the fireplace, she continued speaking as she cleaned the ash out of the fireplace. "They would have to come around before we could get the answer to that. Although I suppose it wouldn't hurt to send everyone a message asking how things are going."
"It isn't a matter of whether you enjoy writing letters or not." Stacking wood in the fireplace, Moth struck a match and started lighting it. "Although I do like your TV idea." Waiting for a moment beside the fireplace to make sure the fire was lit, she stretched her arms out over her head. "Mind you we'll have to find some channel we all agree on, and that could be a challenge."