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The snow that once covered the streets was now melted away. It was one of the warm days that the weather would allow in the winter and it seemed that the people of the city were going to enjoy it. Kyle was glad to have the day off from the diner today and he took the opportunity to get to know the city better. He wandered the streets, absentmindedly glanced at every other shop through their windows as he passed them. He was beginning to think that he could have a fresh start here while being able to be hidden from whoever knew about him from his past. The small feeling of paranoia still stayed there in the back of his mind that one of those vampires from that group would come to finish their job to take him out. But as the sound of music pulled him from his thoughts, he found street fair going on as he approached closer. He hadn’t seen one in a long time and that caused a hint of a smile on his lips. There were booths set up and food trucks selling any kind of greasy, delicious food one can enjoy. He glanced at the tables that had the seller’s merchandise, all the items pretty much made by hand. As he ventured further into the fair, he found the source of the music that first caught his attention. He stopped and kept himself out of the way as he listened and watched people dance around to the music. He was about ready to explore more when the song ended but as he turned, he collided with another person. “I’m so sorry,” he uttered quickly when he heard things fall to the ground. When he reached down to pick them up, he noticed he bumped into a woman. “If I broke anything, I’ll buy you a new one,” he said as he saw they were trinkets that fell from her hands. He scooped them up and extended his hand out for the Nephilim to take.
The snow was finally gone and Aviana was glad. While snow was fun for a few days it finally got too cold and boring. That day it was nice and warm so Aviana was wearing her jeans, a white blouse and a black leather jacket. She had on black boots. She thought she would explore the city more as she had not been in the city long and she had not done much exploring since she had been there. The time she has already spent in Evermore was spent sorting a place to live. While she has not got a permanent place to live she has a temporary apartment which would do for the time being.
That day Aviana decided she would go do a bit of shopping. While Aviana was wandering through the streets deciding what shops to go in she zoned out as she was thinking about her sister Bryn. The sound of music pulled her out of her thoughts and she turned around into a side street to see where the noise was coming from. Aviana saw a fair. She wandered through it ending up further in it where the music was. ''My sister probably would have liked this'' she thought to herself. Aviana put her hand into her bag to feel the trinkets she had and turned to keep walking and bumped into someone. The trinkets fell out of her hand. Aviana saw someone pick them up and She heard someone apologise "Its not your fault it's mine sorry" she apologises and takes the trinkets and puts them back in her bag. "Thank you there not broken" she says softly and adds "I am Aviana, Aviana Evanhart"
Kyle flashed the woman a small smile when he was relieved none of them were broken. "Guess we got lucky then, huh?" He said with a small chuckle. "But it's not your fault. I'm clumsier than I'd like to admit to myself I suppose," he said with a nod. He then stuck his hand out towards her. "Pleasure to meet you, Aviana. I'm Kyle McCartan," he introduced himself with a bow of his head. "Lots people around here. I don't I could have missed it if I didn't step outside today," he mentioned as he glanced around at the people. The band that was once playing was now taking a break as it switched over to another source music so the silence can be filled in between. "So Aviana, I was about to go to one of the food booths over there. Would you like to join me? Maybe I can make up bumping into with a treat from there." He said with a smile. He didn't know if it was the warm weather or the atmosphere that the spring fair was creating but he felt was in a good mood this afternoon which only made him friendly.
Usually, he kept to himself as he grew to be more reserved over the years and the traveling that he did only made him a drifter but if he was planning on staying in Evermore for the long haul then he'd better get to know the locals. Besides ever since he met his girlfriend, her cheery and friendly disposition rubbed off on him and he met others in a different way. He was now trying to befriend others in hopes of making a new friend while he would stay in Evermore.
Aviana smiles back at him and nods. "Yes we got lucky" she says with a happy tone. "lets just say it was both of our faults" replies Aviana so he didn't have to take all the blame. Aviana shakes his hand "Nice to meet you Kyle!" Aviana nods "Lots of people means more chance to meet new friends and to enjoy the fun of the fair" she says enthusiastically. She smiles as she hears him mention food. "Sureeee I love food" she says with a little laugh.
Aviana starts heading over to the food stalls. "Which food stall was you heading to?" she questions as she looks at all the different food stalls. She saw waffles at one stall, pizza at another stall, cakes at another and loads more food at all the different stalls. "Woah, so any food stalls" she says with a grin.
"Well thanks," he replied as she tried to take away some of the blame on him. Though he still wanted to treat her to something nice for doing so and smiled when she agreed. "I agree, so many people are having fun and smiling, it's kind of hard not to feel cheery around here." He admitted with a chuckle. He walked towards where the food booths and even some trucks were parked to the side of it all. Everything smelt delicious in the warm air as it hit his senses. "So many options, I don't know where to begin," he said as glanced over to her with a grin.
"Are you having a sweet tooth or is pizza calling your name?" He asked with a playful grin as he turned his gaze back to the food stalls. "I might try some of the pizza over there but we can get whatever you if you want to try the waffles or funnel cakes," he said. As if it was on cue, someone walked by with a funnel cake dosed in chocolate and maple syrup, while having M&Ms and powered sugar scattered across it.