Bard of Time (Angel and Sora)
Wind blew heavily, cutting through the shawl she wore, Zelda raised a hand up to her forehead, shielding her eyes from the sunlight glaring down. She walked down the front steps of the castle, taking them slowly, as she held the shawl tight around her shoulders. Today was the only day this week that she had any time to go out amongst her people. She liked to do that, talk with her people, enjoy the fresh air. The leaves were changing colors, and it was a good time of the year.
At the end of the staircase she walked towards the gates, guards moved to allow her passage. She smiled, nodding her head as the guards bowed low to her, she passed through, heading towards the marketplace, she bounced along. Moving down another set of small stairs, she looked at the shops in the square, smiling to herself as she looked over the wares.
She found a small pastry shop first, the Princess did have a sweet tooth. Heading inside, she smiled at the man at the counter, looking over his baked goods. Selecting a small sweet bun from his shop, she paid for it in full, and started ripping pieces off of it. Heading out of the shop, she stepped back out into the square, sticking pieces of the bun into her mouth, she chewed thoughtfully.
Looking around, she did notice a apple stand, ripping another piece of the pastry from the bun, she tilted her head. She did not realize that apples were already in season. The wind whipped by her again, she closed her eyes, feeling the cool breeze against her skin. Autumn was always her favorite season, the cool breeze, the world changing color, warm glows. It was beautiful.
Apples were also something she enjoyed too, she loved when they were in season. Finishing her pastry, she walked towards the stale, "Good morning." She smiled, looking up at the owner, "These look lovely. Are they fresh?" She tilted her head, as she picked up a red apple, hefting it in her hands as she smiled, hold the front of her shawl with one hand. The wind picked up again, tossing her blond hair around as she smiled, looking around. She was happy today, looking the apple over, tilting her head, feeling the tough skin of it.