|Days like these were quite lovely. The sun was shining, the birds were singing, everything was nice and quiet. The redhead emerged from a body of water near the village and wielded her trident much like a sword as she transformed her tail into a pair of legs. Waving the trident once again, the girl soon found herself in a blue dress and a purple flower neatly tucked into her fiery mane as she tapped the powerful object on the ground and it shrunk to it's necklace form. Putting the object around her neck, the redhead scurried away from the water after grabbing her bag from it's depths and making her way into the village.|
Days like these were ones when Ariel went to go see Jim. She waited a little while between visits to make sure she grabbed a few more human things she found so that her visits lasted longer, but she got particularly sidetracked these past few weeks and she had not been back to see the boy in awhile. Jim was a good friend of hers, and Ariel always looked forward to seeing him. He was very smart, and he knew exactly what these human things were that she brought to him-so he was a valuable source of information. At least, he was a lot more reliable than the seagulls were. One of them misled her about the name and function of a fork... let's just say that when she showed Jim the first time he got a big kick out of her brushing her hair with it.
Wandering through the streets of the village, the former mermaid slung her bag over her shoulder and made her way towards where she usually found Jim. She never really paid attention to the buildings or anything, but she could tell where he was. Jim wasn't always a quiet person to be around. He could get rather verbal if people were giving him a hard time. Regardless, the girl meandered around until she caught sight of brown hair and she grinned, immediately following after Jim once she found him and slipping her arms around his waist from behind as she laid her head on his back. "JIM!" she grinned, probably aware that he most likely saw her. He wasn't one to be caught by surprise, but then again for all she knew she could have gotten him this time. It HAD been awhile since she'd seen him. Either way, she'd missed the boy. "How have you been?!"