Wren found these quiet moments so delightful. None of her fellow Virtue's were disrupting the peaceful calm that inhabited her room as she read. It was a very interesting story, though perhaps a little to intense for Wren. The book was about the Seven Deadly Sins and the Seven Heavenly Virtues- though it more focused on how they affected the characters in the book.
She found it all very laughable. She imagined that any of the Sins would scoff at the idea of personally following around a human just to whisper in their ear and get them to steal a candy bar- only for a Virtue to lean in over the other shoulder and tell the human to return it. Though even as it was very ironic sounding to Wren, she had read through the book series- paying more attention to the moral of the stories. How the Virtues and the Sins affected the humans was the particularly interesting, something that Wren believed might be good for her to read about- no matter how fictitious the book was.
After all, it was her mission. To convert the Sin's. The consequence of her and the other Virtue's failing their mission was unthinkable.To become converted by the Sin's was to ensure chaos on Earth. And so her main focus was being who she was. The Holy Woman, The White Lamb, The Forbidden Fruit.
Yawning, Wren found she'd had enough of reading for one day. Standing from her chair under her window, she stretched- walking over to her mirror to take a quick glance at herself. Her light hair was but up in a bun that was too loose for her liking, but at least her white t-shirt and matching knee-length skirt was young and acceptable looking. She wouldn't dare wear revealing clothing, lest she seemingly defeat the purpose of representing innocence. Though that didn't always require white clothing, she still very much liked the colour.
Having deemed herself ready to go downstairs, she did so- calling out to see if anyone was home as she made her way downstairs and into the kitchen. Her flat shoes made dull noises as she started her graceful walk on hard floors,
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