But anyways, Rosie happily skipped down the hallway regardless, her books tucked under her arms. She was eager to get started, more or less so she'd finish sooner. She sighed and turned the corner to the study hall, humming a cute little song. Rosie loved singing, secretly, but she always thought her voice was gross. In reality, her voice wasn't the worse. It was soft, and it flowed. She pushed open the door, opening her eyes to see something she had been avoiding. No, not something. Someone. Someone she didn't really wanna see.
Rosie's face paled and she was frozen at the door for a moment. She hadn't talked to Eris since the Lock-In. She still felt so sad because of what happened. Rosie trusted her, and Eris broke it. Granted, Rosie trusted people too easily, but it didn't make it hurt any less. She quickly turned around, about to leave. She could not deal with her right now. Not Eris. Rosie didn't wanna be punched, she didn't wanna be yelled at, she didn't want a confrontation. She was scared, and hurt.
Coward. You stupid coward. You stupid mudblood ugly coward!