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|rhiannon avery renard||
Posted: Jun 6 2017, 12:59 PM
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it was a delightful feeling to know that she had found her footing once more. it was mostly thanks to her father and nell and ariel that she was like this again, finding enjoyment in her studies, as well as hobbies. she had gotten back into gaming, and was spending time with nate more than ever. it was during these times that rhi found herself smiling a little more than usual, putting her in a good mood. she was enjoying cooping herself up in university as she battled tricky formulas and equations, pencil jotting down number after number, and a finger swiftly tapping the buttons of the calculator next to her. what she wouldn't give for some company, really, it was a nice thought.
it wasn't too long before she got her wish. her earphones were plugged in, blasting mozart, and so, she missed the familiar other woman waving at her. she continued working, blue eyes intense as she focused on finishing this problem. it was only when her shoulders were tapped did she look up sharply, a brow quirked in inquiry, and a hand slowly removing an earphone. it was alana, ariel's older sister. "alana," she greeted her, her tone curt, and much, much too formal addressing someone who was only a few years older than her, but it was rhi.
'can i help you?' nearly popped from her mouth next, before she realised how incredibly rude and dismissive it sounded. "how are you?" out popped the other earphone, and she put her pencil down, eyes alight in inquiry. she wasn't sure what it was that lana wanted with her, certainly not to tutor as they were both in drastically different fields of studying. "did you need something?" assist, she could do. rhi wasn't sure what she could do, really, that would require her help for kana, but she found it hard-pressed not to ask. the thought her being approached for her company, rhi's company, was...bemusing to say the least.