Post by Deleted on Oct 13, 2015 17:49:57 GMT -7
Odette had a few days off of work before her next expedition at Gringotts and had decided to spend a few days at Hogsmeade, staying at The Three Broomsticks. She had awoken in the inn and eaten a small breakfast and decided it was a good day for some errands. The young witch dressed in her usual attire: black pants, a dark green shirt, and a long brown sweater that reached her knees. The weather was still just a bit chilly as Odette stepped out into the village. She looked around, wondering where she could possibly start her errands. It was then that her grandparents came to her mind. Ever since Odette was thirteen, she had always sent her grandparents goodies from Hogsmeade; particularly Honeydukes. As muggles, they didn't have quite the delectable treats as wizards did and they were quite fond of the chocolate frogs and pumpkin pasties. So Odette knew her first trip would be to Honeydukes. After asking the clerk to wrap the basket of treats up, Odette made her way out of the store and thought of how she could use some new quills for her desk so she headed to the office supply store across the street. After that was all said and done, she figured she would head to the post office and send the treats to her grandparents.
As Odette made her way down the street, she began to notice younger beings running about. She rolled her eyes to herself; a Hogsmeade weekend for the students. "Great," she thought to herself. Odette was not fond of Hogwarts students at all. While she was still fairly young herself, she had been forced to grow up at a very young age so while she had the look of a twenty-one year old, she had the brain and thought process of a near forty something. She didn't have time to be bothered with students. She was suddenly thankful she had gotten the necessities out of the way as she made her way to the post office, so she didn't have to encounter any other students in more stores.
Odette opened the door to the post office and was immediately met with someone standing directly in the way of the door, as she had ran right into the person. Odette let out a frustrated sound as she readjusted the things in her arms. Was this a joke? The post office was incredibly busy. As Odette now stood in line, she was literally standing in the doorway. The line was now heading out of the door. Who knew how long she would be there now...