Date: October 16th, 2020
WC: 368/1000Where on earth am I from? Paisley wondered as she stepped into the muggle studies classroom. Flags were laid out on the tables, and she felt a feeling of dread wash over her thinking of all the students that were soon to arrive. Why had she come? To doubt herself yet again about something she couldn't do? Was this really how she wanted to be using her time? She could be in the common room, enjoying watching the students go by or seeing the sun set.
Despite her uncertainty, she walked in, and opened her mouth and closed it. Standing there was Dipper, no doubt about it. The stance was all too familiar. Paisley's worried expression faded into a smirk. "Well, Dippy. Nice seeing you here." she said, although there was no emotion behind her voice if you listened carefully. She truly didn't care either way, Wren could leave or stay. Paisley would tolerate either.
Paisley felt as if she were truly gifted at arts and crafts. She might not be able to write or focus as well as some of the other students, but her fine motor skills were on point. She would beat everyone at this flag-making, no matter what it took. Wow, I actually sounded like a Gryffindor for a moment. she speculated on this for a minute, and then stopped. This wasn't the time to be staring off into space, she had a job to do! She was going to make the best flag, whether anyone else liked it or not. Especially because she was going to be competing against Dipper.
She took a seat in the nearest chair to Dipper and glanced around, unsure of what she was doing. Why would I sit next to her? Do I really want to do this? I could go sit over there, or there, or almost anywhere else and Dipper wouldn't be a problem.Despite her dislike of Dipper, she felt comforted knowing someone there she knew. And, although she would never admit it out loud, Dipper truly wasn't that bad. Sure, she was rude and irritating, but wasn't that what made her all the more likable?
Last edited by Paisley Brown on 15 Oct 2020, 19:33, edited 2 times in total.
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