Dragon walked out onto the quad and looked around. She was in need of fresh air, and she got it. Today was a bit hectic, but it wasn't something she couldn't handle. She was a tough girl, but there were things that were pushing her limits. Those limits weren't too far from where her stress level was at the moment, but you just have to expect to be stressed out during classes, especially when the professors can't get their heads out of their asses. Why couldn't they see that the students need a bit of lenience? Of course they couldn't see it because all they cared about was handing out work and making sure the students lives are miserable when learning. Learning should have a bit of fun to it, right? Some people would actually learn faster and better if it wasn't so boring.
Her hair whipped through the wind as it blew. She wasn't really sure what she was going to do out here, but there had to be something that interested her. Maybe she could terrorize a few younger years, or maybe she could just find someone she knew that she didn't totally hate. There were just a minimum of what she could do since most of the school hated her. At least this was her last year, and she wouldn't have to worry about them anymore after she graduated.
There were several others out there, talking, laughing, you know, relieving their stress the way that they like to or it was their only option. Whatever the fuck it was, they were doing it and she wasn't. Of course, she had her ways of relieving stress, but they weren't options right about now. She spotted an area to sit down and went over to it. The shade protected her from the heat rays of the sun, though with the wind, she probably would prefer the sun than shade. Maybe in a bit she'd move out into the sun. Right now, she needed to rest her feet. Dragon sat down and pulled out an old book. It looked as if it was going to fall apart at any moment, but that was only because she read the book a million times already. It was actually a muggle book that she had fallen in love with over her second year summer. It was about their version of vampires and werewolves, there was romance, action even a bit of comedy. It was everything that she loved in a book. If only romance in real life was like the books, then maybe everyone would be happy and not worry about being alone for the rest of their lives. Though, Dragon knew she shouldn't really worry about being alone, especially since she couldn't care less about what happened anymore.
She opened the book to the third chapter and began reading. Her eyes ran across the pages, not skipping a word. She got a few pages in when she heard someone walking over to her. Well, it wasn't to her per say, but it was near her. Whoever it was had sat down and in her mind, she was just hoping they wouldn't disturb her. Especially if they turned out to be a stupid Gryffindor. Oh that would just piss her off if it was a Gryffindor. Fuck, she lost her place worrying about someone disturbing her. Now she had to reread the whole page just to figure out where she was. Fuck it. Dragon closed the book and laid it aside. Sighing as she looked around watching everyone have fun. Where was her fun?