Blaise hadn't felt like himself for the past few weeks. Something different had occurred and he wasn't sure what was the reason behind a couple of events. Usually, he turned to his best friend, Daphne, at times of the sort, but she wasn't really anywhere to be found. It truly wasn't like her to act that sort of way. They had always been there for each other, but lately things on her side had been keeping them apart. Wishing that thinks were different and back to how things normally worked, Blaise knew that he knew he needed to get everything out of his mind.
After lunch, there had been a free period for himself to enjoy doing whatever seemingly came to mind. Most of the time, Blaise would take that time to relax and practically do nothing, but today was a little different. He had decided from the moment that he had woken up that morning to practice quidditch during that particular time alone. Maybe the time there by himself would do some good, possibly clear his mind from any negative thoughts. Things were changing for the worse and he couldn't do anything to make it all cease. He had talked it out with Daphne before and everything seemed to go well, especially with the random snogging, but that only lasted a week or slightly more.
Flying was a way to allow his body to relax, which was something that Blaise was greatful for truly. It helped a little, but not quite as much as he hoped. A handful minutes had passed by before he had decided to place his feet back on firm ground once again. With broom in hand, he walked casually over towards the small amount of items that he had decided to bring outside with him, which included a bottle of water. Time had gone slow, especially since he felt as though he might have been up there for a good half hour.
Noticing a stray hufflepuff enter the pitch with him, Blaise narrowed his eyes just at the sight of her. He didn't know her name, but he was sure that she was on her respective house team. Not really caring much for anyone in Hufflepuff, minus one particular female within that group, it was clear that he didn't know her name right from the start. "Oi," he remarked loudly and in a quite rude way, which was normal for him when it came to others that he didn't allow himself to really know. "This is my time on the pitch. If you know what's good for you, you would leave now."