Cateline sighed and shifted on her perch on the roof of Chase's home near the edge leading down to the back yard. She had nothing to do except draw, but she had ran out of things to draw. She laid down and shook her head. Maybe she should go shopping. it had been a few days since she had last seen Chase and she was running low on food. She stood up and dropped down lightly in the back yard. Who knew, maybe Chase would be home now.
She stepped into the house and sighed, seeing that he still wasn't home from his latest trip. "Oh well, looks like I'm using my own aurei this time." She walked to her room and grabbed her bag, making sure that she had everything she would need. "Sketch book: check. Writings utensils: check. Aurei: check."
She slung the bag across her shoulder and opened the front door, stepping out into the cool air.
"It is so beautiful today! I wonder if anyone will want to enjoy the day with me..." A bright female voice mused, footsteps echoing across the ground as they walked. Dark, but soft black hair drifted out behind them, contrasting against the vivid crimson outfit that adorned their thin frame. If anyone were to pass, they would also see warm, laughing dark chocolate brown eyes, inviting people to get to know her.
The middle Delaqua sibling traveled alone, a basket hanging freely on her left arm, holding an assorted color of flowers and a simple black book. Her bracelets clanked against the dark wood of the basket, creating a soft, repeating ringing noise. She didn't really know what had brought her here today, besides a simple desire to get out and mingle with people.
She let her gaze drift to her surroundings as she took in the new environment, not really paying attention to where her footsteps were carrying her. "I wonder if.....ehhh?!" Her words cut off suddenly as her foot caught against an unknown object, sending her body straight into the path in front of her. Her basket tumbled off her arm, falling above her head as it scattered its contents. Her black book tumbled over itself along the path to Chase's house, smacking into Cateline's ankle before finally falling over.
Cateline smiled as she took in a deep breath of air, smiling up at the sky. She wanted to fly in it, though only the Hexedus knew how long that would be, if at all. She hoped she would be able to fly again, it would be pleasant. She smiled a little and looked down in front of the house and closed her eyes, suddenly realizing that she needed a basket. She stepped inside and grabbed one quickly, she was going to get strawberries today, it was going to be nice.
She stepped outside and was instantly met by something bouncing off her ankle. She looked down and blinked in surprise. "Oh?" She picked up the book and glanced around curiously before spotting someone laying on the ground, obviously having tripped over something. She ran forward after dropping the basket on the steps of the house and started gathering the things that had scattered, quickly placing them into the basket. She then stood up and offered her hand to the stranger.
"Are you okay miss? Did you hurt yourself?" She asked, smiling worriedly hoping that the girl didn't twist an ankle or anything.
Janessa simply laid on her stomach for a few moments, her long pale arms extended slightly over her head and her hair spread out over her back. She felt a slight throbbing in her palms, elbows, and right hip. But this was dull compared to the piercing ache that shot from her ankle straight to her brain. She winced and tried to twist it in a clockwise motion, but gave in when the ache splintered through her bones. I am such a clumsy idiot! Why did I go and let this happen on such a beautiful day...?
A slight frown tugged at her lips as she lay on the pathway, silently glaring at her hands extended out in front of her before sighing as she closed her eyes a little. "Well this was a great start to the day...." she mumbled to herself under her breath as she turned onto her back, now facing the clear sky.
She slowly let her eyes slip open as Cateline came out to help her. She smiled slightly and sat up, grasping onto the girl's hand as she pulled herself up. "Yes, I am fine." She smiled slightly as she settled her ankle on the ground, making sure that the pain did not show in her expression. "Thank you so much for helping me..." her voice trailed of for a moment as she noticed all her belongings regathered into the basket once again. "And thank you for gathering my things...I appreciate it even though you did not have to do it."
Cateline smiled at the woman and nodded. "You're welcome. Kindness helsp this world stay together in my opinion." She made a small bow and handed the basket of things to the woman before speaking again. "Are you sure you're okay? I mean, I can tell you're not a faerie so you have stronger bones then I do but still. The fall had to either scraped you up a little or it is the result of twisting your ankle."
She frowned up at the girl stubbornly before continuing. She wanted to help the lady in any way she could, even if that ment using magic to heal whatever wound she had. "Will you at least let me treat any wound you have? Then at least you wont be in pain right?" She asked modestly, really wanting to help her in any way possible.
Cateline knew Chase would probably have done the same thing as her.