Do You Know What You Started? [OPEN] Dec 25, 2015 5:22:19 GMT -5
Post by Kaylin McOlster on Dec 25, 2015 5:22:19 GMT -5
Today was just super awesome, like every day!
Sun shining, everything bright, people everywhere…. It was just grand. Kaylin had spent the last hour or two just enjoying the park. The children that frequented the place liked the energetic meister for the most part. While the parents weren’t always thrilled with the sporadic teen filling their kids’ heads with random shenanigans, the lack of focus from the young woman certainly kept younger ones entertained.
Between jump rope with her whip, tag with whoever would join (and many people who hadn’t meant to join…), hopscotch, and many other wonderful games, Kaylin’s last activity had been playing in the large sandbox. She had become a wretched sand monster, ready to take down village after village! In order to protect their villages, the children tried whatever tactics they could to hold her back. Dragging off Kaylin’s legs, jumping on top of her, or normal things like building walls.
Laughter was prevalent wherever Kaylin was today. That made it a good day.
Children were fun to play with. They were always smiling and they always had new ideas. Kaylin’s nature of not being able to pay attention was only countered by the young imaginations surrounding her. They couldn’t stay on one straight path either! But sand time was coming to a close. Some going off to play something else, others having to go home, and some just not wanting the rambunctiousness then. The sandmonster died a most convincing death. Writhing into the sand that was its home and cemetery.
A few last giggles from both the kids and Kaylin as she ceased movement. Well.. for that brief moment she didn’t move. Then, as quick as she could start playing a new game, the girl was up on her feet, waving to the kids, and taking off across the park. Towards the sports fields! For the moment, they seemed mostly deserted. One of the baseball fields was occupied with a small group of people playing and some watching. A scattered few on one soccer field. But the remaining few baseball, soccer, and open fields seemed deserted.
Obviously, Kaylin noticed very little of this. Her attention was on a specific soccer goal, one with a bright neon green ribbon tied in the middle of the top post. Once she had caught that color in her eye, she had upped her pace and sprinted towards the goal. Coming at it from behind, she climbed the netting clumsily, but happily. Grinning like no other, she finally swung her legs over the other end of the top post. Sitting atop the goal, hands between her legs fiddling with the green ribbon.
Was she… resting?