Things weren't going like she would have liked. No, in fact things were going down a spiral of Very Bad Things and Camilla was getting crushed by everything - or so it felt like a very big brick was pushing her down. The Ceti was sad and worried, especially since her best friend had been avoiding her quite frequently, and she hated every single minute of not being able to talk to Elijah. What was happening? Why didn't he want to spend time with her like he always used to do? Camilla sighed and growled to herself as all of her questions popped up in her mind like they had nothing else to do. Camilla was drowning a bit and she had no one to talk about it, well no one she actually trusted enough.
It was infuriating. And the only thing that help to clear her head was exercising. So, running had become Camilla´s preferred form of exercise for the last week and a half. It wasn't helping much, really since every time she saw Elijah he just wasn't even interested in talking to her. She briefly wondered if it had something to do with Danny, but they weren't even doing anything anymore. It had been brief and exciting, but it was now over.
Camilla sighed and pushed herself a bit harder to finish the last mile of her run around the Quidditch Pitch. The blonde took a last big step and stopped trying to catch her breathe. She had been pushing herself harder and even in an attempt to find the clarity she had looking for, but she had not been successful.
Elijah was still not talking to her. She also wondered if he had found someone and was trying to ease her out of their friendship. The only thing she knew was that she was losing her best friend.
Camilla took a deep breath, leaned on her knees, and tried to catch her breath. It took a minute for it to happen, but it did and the blonde started to stretch to head back to her dorm. The pitch was deserted as it was a bit later than usual, but she preferred to stay away from large crowds. Besides, quidditch happened and they wouldn't be too happy is she ran when they were practicing.
The Ceti started slowly walking towards where she had her towel and water bottle when someone caught her attention. Camilla grabbed her water bottle, took a sip, and addressed the redhead, “Hi, Marissa.” The blonde cleaned the sweat of her face. “I'm about to leave if you wanted the pitch for yourself,” she said with a smile. The Ceti adjusted her running shorts and sports bra before stretching her arms one last time.
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