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Posted: Apr 17 2017, 08:30 AM
Transient 28 Model & Trainer
Sighing deeply, the woman laid in the sand, head propped up in Gio's lap with pink rimmed designer sunglasses protecting her eyes from the sun. The pokemon sat cross legged, arms folded neatly behind her head and eyelids closed as he soaked in the sun. Tori's skin was prickling with that warm sensation of the sun, something that wasn't nearly as intense back in her home state. She'd heard about this quaint island and decided to come out and take a mini-vacation. Though Marco had been invited, it was a gamble whether he'd actually join her or not.
This public beach was rather empty, comparative to the day before. It was the middle of the week though, and just some random time in April so it wasn't all that surprising that people would be home, living their lives. Their routines, she thought in disgust. Routines were overrated, and a terrible way to live life. She lived for the unexpected. For dashing forward around each turn, ready to take on what life had to throw at her. Even if what life had to throw at her was a nice relaxing day, basking in the sun on the warm sand. It really was a rather luxurious way to spend the day, and she'd definitely been overdue for a little vacation.
Andre and Mariano were out, the espeon laying next to her with the green bird perched on her head, looking around in alert as if trying to catch every detail of the world around him. The little Marshadow was somewhere around here too, but knowing her it was likely that she was hiding in the lucario's shadow. She didn't much like light, but Vittoria felt like she needed to get a little fresh air. At least for a little bit. The rest of her team had elected to stay put away for now, Lexie especially. The ice pokemon definitely didn't enjoy the heat down here off the coast in California.
And yet, it seemed this peace wasn't to last. The flapping wings were relatively quiet overall, the idle rushing of the waves combating the sound, but in the rest of the silence around her it was still pretty easy to hear. She leaned up, placing her elbows in the sand, to get a better look, shades turning up to watch the large orange creature make it's descent to the beach. Soon enough, the shadow of it was stretching up from the morning sun, effectively blocking most of her light. With a finished landing, someone climbed down off of it, but she didn't give them a second look before speaking.
"Hey. You're blocking my light."