Who: Raina and Beth When: Saturday afternoon Where: Around campus What: Random run in, plus I figured I'd just jump in. Rating: Let's start out with PG and see where it goes. Status: In progress
To be fair, she had tried. Her books had managed to open on her desk, her notebook was sprawled out in front of her, with a pencil nestled between the empty pages. Studying had totally been in her plans for the day. But when she opened her book, she realized that her nails hadn't been painted in two days. Obviously that had to be remedied before she did anything. The pink color had reminded her of her hair, which lead her to the mirror.
A full hour passed that she sat that completely engrossed in the way the locks fell over her shoulders, and how it looked when she brushed her now dry nails through it. Easily distracted, the image of the window from behind her made her realize just how much she had to get out of her room. It would be a complete shame to stay in when it looked so beautiful outside. Homework could be done later. Besides, maybe it would be a good reason to sneak up to see Mr. Whyte. As she walked through the halls, she thought about the way he looked in class the other day. He had very intense eyes. It wasn't her fault she couldn't concentrate when she could be looking in those eyes.
Nine times out of ten, she'd end up slipping into a day dream in the beginning of class and only snap out of it when class was over. See, there was the problem. If only Alden only allowed the non-gorgeous people to attend. Then she'd totally pay attention. The thought only served to remind her of that totally cute boy in her Muse level Art class. He was dark and attractive. There was definitely something very alluring about him. Though, being a demi-god was probably the reason for that.
With her head so filled with thoughts and images, the trip outside was a quick one. She played with the edges of her hair, twisting them around her fingers as she pulled open the door. There was rain still in the air from the showers they'd gotten earlier. She tilted her nose up to the soft breeze that blew into the hallway. It still smelled like rain, but being a mermaid, she was more than happy with that. Raina leaned against the doorway and slipped out of her shoes, leaving them by the door. Most times she preferred being shoe-less. Most people didn't realize how good it felt to be in such close contact with the earth. After tucking those shoes out of the way, she stepped outside. The blades of grass held droplets of rain that tickled her feet. Maybe she would go for a swim next.
Completely comfortable with herself, she started to play in the grass. She cartwheeled and ran, until one misstep had her fall off her feet. But she just giggled and laid back to look up at the gray clouds, not fully aware when someone steps outside.