|Astoria Greengrass (ornately) wrote in impetuousrpg,|
@ 2011-11-12 20:03:00
|Entry tags:||char: astoria greengrass, char: marcus flint|
WHO: Astoria Greengrass & Marcus Flint.
WHERE: Marcus' Place.
WHEN: Saturday, November 12. Late Evening.
WHAT: Astoria sneaks out of Daphne & Clint's to pay Marcus a surprise visit.
RATING: To Be Determined.
STATUS: In progress.
Slipping her hand out of the shower, Astoria grabbed a towel and pulled it inside. She patted down her hair before wrapping it around her thin body and stepped out of the fog into the cold air. She shivered before exiting the room and going into her bedroom. She studied at herself in the mirror, frowning at her herself. She was so plain. Sometimes she wished she could be more interesting, prettier, edgier, something. But really, it was no use, she would always just be plain old Astoria.
Turning away from her reflection, Astoria looked around the guest room she was staying at. Daphne and Clint's place was lovely but she was beginning to think that she should just go home. It didn't seem like these terrible things would be stopping anytime soon and it was probably just better to go on with her life. She loved the place she lived in, and frankly she missed the privacy. She missed going out when she wanted to. In reality, she knew that she wouldn't be able to get very far without some resistance and it would be awhile until she got to actually go home. If she was able to find someone to take care of her other than Clint, then maybe. But she doubted he'd trust anyone but himself anyway.
She sat gently on her bed and began to braid her hair stopping for a moment to look at the time. It was late, Clint and Daphne had already retired to their room. She had this sudden urge to get out of the house. Her thoughts quickly diverted to Marcus. She hasn't seen him in awhile. In fact, she hadn't really seen him since he and Katie had broken up. It was strange that she wanted to be alone with him. She knew it was wrong, but she couldn't help it. And so, on a whim she decided to sneak out. She dressed herself quickly and threw a hat over her still wet hair. Charming on some make up, and smacking her lips in front of the mirror, she set herself to go.
Slowly opening her door, she looked out of the hallway and didn't see anyone. As the coast was clear, she quickly exited the flat and stepped outside. Apparating to the outside of Marcus' place, she made her way to his door being sure that no one was watching. As she approached the door, she realized that it would have been better to at least warn him that she was coming first. It was already too late though, so she knocked on the door and waited.