Stepping Stones and Vapid Farewells Jul 18, 2020 10:47:53 GMT -6
Post by CALLY ROSE NITE on Jul 18, 2020 10:47:53 GMT -6
i want to go home
made by remi of rilla go!
[attr="class","taka"]Speech - Thoughts
The air was chilly this early in the morning, not that Cally minded too much, her jacket quietly being pulled just a touch closer to her, as the Godling made her way into the co-ed dorms. Her suitcases had been sent over yesterday as well as the few boxes of belongings that the runaway had collected in the last six or so years of her life, majority of the property having come during her years at Cry Wolf High. It was still a good few days before the start-up of school, but it wasn't uncommon for students to begin turning up early like this, and in all honesty, Cally was fairly grateful for the school being open so much for students. With so many kids forced out from home when powers manifest or having to escape uncomfortable situations, having a school that allowed students twenty-four access was a relief. Especially those like Cally whose only other home was on the streets (or in her case, the park). Not that many would be aware she made a home for herself in the park, she didn't exactly live in the public eye, her energy either flowing into the leylines of nature or sending herself to the carefully constructed cavern home within the park she'd spent a year developing. A perfect sanctuary for a goddess reincarnation.
But it was time to return to school, and she was eager to see what this year would bring. Would she make friends with new roommates, would any of them be the same from last year, or would they all be new? She knew some of them would be different. Caelum had graduated and was no longer in school at all I mustn't forget to call her later, see how she's settling into the outside world beyond Cry High. Oh, and maybe go visit the botanicals! She's doing such lovely work with those gardens, the energy is so warm and alive now that she's managing the place! It sends my heart a flutter to see nature so well-loved. She'd been doing similar work with her beloved Park as well. The energy of the place practically wrapped around her each time she walked into the park. She was definitely hoping to mirror that feeling within her room as well.
It was a process that took a good few hours, but as she stepped back the room was now filled with grass and flowers, and the young foot and a half tall sapling who seemed to shiver in delight. "I'll make sure you are all well cared for, I promise. Now, let me see what I can do for the rest of this dorm." She mused as she skipped back into the living space. Glancing around there was still no sign of any of her roommates, so she began adding the potted plants around casually - the ones that didn't need the environment of her room to survive. A large-leafed plant was situated in the corner, a handful of potted plants and succulents added to the coffee table, end tables, and even the counter in the makeshift 'kitchen' if you could call that a kitchen with just a mini-fridge, and a microwave - thankfully she had the hot plate in one of the boxes that just needed unpacking.
Actually, maybe I should unpack that now, a cup of tea sounds lovely! She mused as she went digging through the box labeled 'Cally-Kitchenette', finding the item and placing it in the corner of the kitchenette, and plugging it in before turning it on. A few moments later had her kettle unearthed and filled with water, to be heated up. Grabbing a cup and a bag of a homemade tea blend (this one being Jasmine, Green Tea, and Rose-hip), she waited for the tea to whistle as she organized her shoes near the door, and began to place some of her common use items around the living room. Once finished (and the teapot singing) she made her cup of tea, turned on the tv and sat down to watch some tv as the succulents whispered to her about how exciting all of this was, and did she HEAR what the tree outside the front saw those two people doing last year, and every other piece of gossip they'd heard on the way here. A fond smile touched her face as she split her attention, plants were such great gossipers, even if half of it was false, it still never failed to amuse her.