Post by cara june bainbridge on May 6, 2018 20:23:58 GMT -7
Radio silence. That was the only way Cara could describe what followed Dominic from the second she saw him get onto the Hogwarts Express almost two months ago. She didn’t really expect much from him, though a response telling her to bugger off would have been nice. That was the least he could do if he couldn’t bother to scratch out a simple response to her. The frustration had subsided sometime at the start of the October but seemed to be bubbling back up over the last week. Cara couldn’t contain it anymore and decided to make a trip out of her Saturday. Getting out cleared her head, but she was starting to get tired of always going to Diagon Alley or wandering around London and staring at the muggle shops. There was only so much she could take it. And it wasn’t like she had anything else to do, a break from the writing she was finally doing would be nice as well. So Hogsmeade was the destination. If Dominic managed to elude her there, or didn’t show his stupid face, then she’d find one of her sisters to bug for the remainder of the day. Dustin had made a surprise visit once last spring, and it was pleasant to run into him then, so she was sure they would appreciate her presence as well. Except Kinsey. But she could suck it up and deal with it for once in her life.
Going to Hogsmeade whilst out of school was…strange, to say the least. She had been there during the summer months before, but never of her own volition like today. Upon popping onto the edge of town, Cara felt a chilled breeze pass through her, arms immediately crossed in front of her chest to try and combat the wind. She was an idiot. Of course it was going to be a little colder here than at home. Quickly making her way to the closest shop, Cara popped through the door, not really caring what the place sold. She could browse for a few minutes, as long as it let her warm up a bit. The process moving forward was going to be hopping from store to store, all the while looking for Dominic. Leaving the chilly outside behind, she stepped all the way into what looked like a clothes store. Lifting up a pullover laying on a table, it looked like everything seemed to be in style with the season. As far as she could remember, this place had never been in her sights while she was in school. Then again, the last two years or so had been so stress filled, that missing a clothing store was easy.