When: About 3 or 4
Where: The pool
What: I have descriptor for this.
Rating: I dunno, it's Xander, guess~?
Angelina had never taken the time to try out the pool at the school. She realized that had been a mistake. On these cold days the warm water was wonderful. Earlier that morning she had asked when the pool had quiet hours, when no students were really around, and found out early afternoons were the best. Wonderful. Angel had no classes and no papers to grade. For the time being her job seemed easy--though it troubled her that two of her sponsors seemed very unresponsive to her. A part of her wondered if she should have tried to reach out to them more, or just let them be. It was probably good to let them be, just making sure they knew she was there for them if they needed her.
Somehow...this school didn't take well to angels. She just did not understand why. She was nice and friendly, never did she try to push her views on any of the students. Her class was completely unbiased and she taught about all kinds of angels, not just the commonly depicted ones. Angelina thought she was a good person, someone that everyone could get along with. Clearly not.
Deciding to wash the troubles away, Angel slipped down to the pool at three. She wore a pair of dark straight-leg jeans and a purple blouse over her pink swimsuit. When she arrived she removed of her outer clothing in the woman's locker room, taking a fluffy white towel with her out to the poolside. That was left on a bench before she tested the water with her foot, then jumped right in with a splash. Graceful as always, the angel surfaced and began to swim around in silence enjoying the peace.