Post by cara june bainbridge on Jul 30, 2017 19:14:38 GMT -7
Cara had heard a little birdy say that Dominic Dippet was back at Hogwarts, which was funny, because she hadn’t see him yet. It didn’t sit well with her that he wouldn’t come and find her first thing upon returning, if he really had in the first place. Dom knew better than to do that. He was one of the only people that didn’t have a problem with her telling them what to do, and for that, she paid particular attention to him. Cara wasn’t sure why that was, or if there needed to be a reason to begin with, but exerting some kind of control over another person did have a tendency to be fun. She used to be able to get away with doing it to her sisters as well, but they were starting to wise up. Dominic would never do that to her. Having him around only served to get rid of annoyances, not to mention that he was extremely proficient in numerous kinds of magic. Someone being loud in the library, off he’d go to silence them. Cara liked to sic him on people. He was loyal, and in return was given the attention that he so obviously needed. It was adorable, and it was exactly what she needed after her sisters, namely Kinsey, refused to do what she asked of them. While she didn’t know if Dominic was ever truly grateful of anything, at least he didn’t make a scene about her commands like Kinsey did, and instead just went through with what she asked of him. Not like it was a hard concept to understand. All she wanted was for others to function to the best of their ability, and following her every word was one of the ways to do that.
But Dominic hadn’t show his face to her yet, and Cara was ticked off about that. It had put her in a bad mood all day. She didn’t need him to run around and do her errands for her, all she wanted was to see if he was okay, having left school suddenly before Christmas. Apparently their relationship, whatever that was, didn’t mean much to him. Irritated by all this, she was heading from the common room up to the astronomy tower to chart planet motions for class. A dreadfully boring task, but it needed to be done. Tossing her bag onto the closest ledge, Cara grabbed her materials and went to the closest railing that gave her a decent view of the night sky. It was clear for once which meant she could accurately depict where everything was and then copy it down. There was still a slight chill in the air, and she didn’t want to be up here longer than was necessary.