Finnick Odair △ District 4 △ Victor
Anything I can help you with?
yes would it be possible that you could tell me where I am dearest?
Oh yeah and hello
Annie sat on the beach of District Four, the same familiar sand she loved. Her mind was elsewhere when she heard footsteps from behind her her. There was only person that cared enough to find Annie— let alone seek her out. “Hello Finnick.” She said quietly, almost inaudibly as she left her eyes fixed on the water.
Getting up that morning was not especially hard, the sun gleaming through the part of the curtains that split, causing the ray of sunlight to shine over onto the bed. But when he turned in the sheets, there was something missing, when reaching out his arm, his fingers grasped nothing but empty bed sheets, where was Annie? Finnick felt his heart race in panic as he pulled himself out of the bed as fast as he could, combing through the house, she was nowhere to be found. So instead he moved out of the house and onto the beach, to find a beautiful silhouette with tangled dark hair that was falling down against her back sitting there. She was truly breathtaking and it seemed as though she was a part of an image instead of a real woman that was sitting there. Stepping closer he could see that her gaze was fixed on the waves that were rolling onto the shore. His smile lit up at that very moment and he felt his heart beating faster as he slid down onto the ground by her side “hey Annie… are you ok?”
A slight smile managed to curl onto his lips as the young man looked up to see an old friend of his own, it had been a while since he had seen the bright blonde around. His brow inching up his forehead slightly Finnick averted his sea green orbs to the other, the wind rushing through his coral colored hair as he took a few steps closer to the blonde, the sand swishing up against his feet at his every step, letting the heat of it move over against his feet. The sun beaming down on the earth, beating it with the heat of district 4. “Althea?”