Post by JULIAN BASTIAN ROWLEY on Aug 6, 2017 19:10:56 GMT -6
The best reason for having a little sister was trying to do sort of girly things with her. Not that there was major issue, but he wanted to go drink tea. Which meant the best thing in his mind was to drag his sister out with him. Wouldn't she be happy to actually leave the school and hang out with him? He wasn't at work, which meant he didn't know what he wanted to do. So instead he was just bored out of his mind.
Looking round, he found himself trying to see any sign of his sister. It wouldn't be like her to just not show up, right? Although maybe if she stood him up he'd be able to storm off to the castle. It had to be at least semi easy for him to break into the castle. They'd have to let him in if they saw how upset he was over the whole ordeal, right? He wasn't like...in charge of her or anything like that. But he was still her sibling and he was a healer in training.
Maybe worst case senario, he'd just pretend like he was going to go train under the Hogwarts' healer? Then he could sneak off or something else like that.
Getting an invitation from her brother for tea wasn't honestly something Nadia was expecting. She loved her brother dearly and enjoyed spending time with him, but she'd expected he'd be off on his training. She'd heard that being a healer was no easy task and they were often quite busy people. She did suppose though that everyone needed some time off every once in a while.
However, she wasn't going to turn down his offer. That would be horribly rude and she did miss him. It was strange, still, not sharing the school with him. Making sure to dress warmly, she headed towards the shop. It was a short journey, and soon she was crossing the threshold and looking around for her brother. Spotting him was simple enough, she would know him anywhere, and she headed to sit with him. "I missed you," she said by way of greeting.
Post by JULIAN BASTIAN ROWLEY on Sept 22, 2017 22:51:49 GMT -6
Julian was a good person, but he didn't wait well. So while his sister didn't make him wait long, it was enough to drive him a little bit insane. By the time Nadia had walked into the shop, he'd already built a small house out of sugar packets. He should focus on his sister now that she was there, but for some reason his brain kept drifting back to the sugar packets. Maybe she'd be okay with him continuing to build while they talked? "I've missed you too!" And he really had. He adored his sister more then anything else.
"How's the life of an adventerous prefect? Hows classes? Hows your life?" Basically he wanted to know everything, almost as if he was there. But Julian wasn't able to be there. He felt like he was always studying to become a healer or he was practicing something new. It was starting to take a toll on him.
Smiling at her big brother as she sat, Nadia's eyes strayed to his sugar packet house. She hadn't taken that long to arrive, but perhaps her brother had gotten there very early. Or maybe he was just more easily distracted than she remembered. Either way, she wasn't going to bring it up to him. She would just let him carry on if it helped their time together be more focused.
At his questions she laughed a little. "I don't know that I'd really call it adventurous. More like tedious." At least nothing exciting had happened so far. Maybe next year. "Everything else is going well. How's your training?"