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Post by grey xavier slater on Oct 25, 2016 21:02:27 GMT -7
Grey was standing alone in the boathouse waiting for Ondina Weasley. He wasn’t sure when this had started, or when he really first noticed how he felt about her, but it was like being hit with a train and now he was along for the ride. He hadn’t consulted his sister about what Ondina was really like yet, but he did recall Edmund saying something about her at one point; that she was part of the crowd that Theodosia hung around. Eddy-boy must have been wrong, because there was no way someone like her could be part of a group as caddy as that. As far as he was concerned, she only stuck with them because her cousin was part of it. There was absolutely no way someone as smart as Ondina would willingly subject themselves to terrible people.
Pacing back and forth a few times anxiously, he wasn’t really sure what was about to happen. She was apparently going to meet him here. He had approached her earlier in the week, still unsure why he had been so forward about it, and asked her to show up at…what time was it supposed to be again? Checking his watch, Grey tapped it a few times with his finger. That’s right. Two in the afternoon on November 26th. He had been running that through his head over and over again all week. Somehow he had managed to get his work done, but all he had done in class was stare off to the side. He couldn’t get her out of his head. There was no way it could be...the door to the boathouse clicked open before that thought could complete itself. Grey whipped around from his spot on the other side of the structure, half-hoping it was a random person so he could buy a few more minutes to think it all over again, and half-hoping that it was Ondina.