Post by Deleted on Jan 9, 2017 19:49:34 GMT -7
mina pandora oliveira
Bunny's eyes followed the trail of Diagon Alley, as he bounced along the brick road. Once again, he had found his way out of Hogwarts, in a inconspicuous manner. Thinking only of what there was to do, outside of the magical prison, Hogwarts actually was. Primarily, he'd been thinking of finding a party -- to unleash whatever anxiety, and restlessness was building up in his chest, during the day. However, going with the wind had a habit of taking him, where the wind went. Instead, his legs had brought him through the magical village, he now found himself in. Nonetheless, Bunny didn't mind. He challenged himself, to redeem his sense of control on his life -- the very control, he felt he lost while coasting through classes. He slipped a small bottle, filled with firewhiskey, from the hoodie he had stolen from a muggle. Twisting the cap, and pressing the opening to his lips. It burned as it went down. But a refreshing burn. He winced as the liquid slithered down his throat -- twisting the cap closed, and slipping it back into his hoody. Bunny opened his eyes, to meet a couple of older wizard's glares. "What're you looking at?" Bunny bursted out before he could stop himself. He must've looked like a criminal. Like a criminal. Why did that word remind him of Mina?Bunny's thoughts drifted over to his youngest, older sister. It was Mina that had taught him to enjoy life. The one, he'd smoked his first spliff with. The one that let him sip her firewhiskey, when his other siblings weren't paying attention. Quite possibly, his closest sibling, next to his younger one. A smile crept onto his face, as he thought of the influence, his big sister had on him. If he wasn't careful, he may very well end up a cashier, in a bookstore, offering corrosive comments to the customers. The thought made Bunny chuckle silently. Looking to his left, Bunny's smile shrunk back into a smirk. Flourish & Blotts. Why, it must have been fate.The door dinged as Bunny slipped himself into the large room, filled with slightly dusty books. Would it kill Mina to dust in here? He stepped carefully through the halls, eyeing the ceiling -- which was half-circular, and looked a bit like it was ready to cave in. Finding his way to the register, Bunny saw no cashier. No sister. No Mina. Reaching the counter, he leaned over it to check if his sibling was hiding. Though she most likely wouldn't be. He pressed his hands to the surface of the counter, and maneuvered himself until he sat upon where his sister usually worked. "MINA," Bunny yelled after a few silent moments. "Where the hell are you?" The last sentence, he progressively mumbled lower and lower. He looked down, to find a bell sitting beside his leg. He tapped it three times, as he swung his feet. Listening to the echoes of the bells, rebound around the room.