Haru wasn’t much of a cold weather fan. He didn’t hate the seasons of fall and winter, but the cold wasn’t exactly his cup of tea, so to speak. In fact, there were aspects that he enjoyed about the colder seasons. It was more of the swiftly changing temperature that was getting to him. Especially when he didn’t expect it to be as cold as it was that day.
It wasn’t bitterly cold, but it wasn’t exactly the warmest weather either. It was a pretty steep drop from the temperature he was used to, however, which is what was bothering him. He was hoping for at least a warning before the cooler seasons came in. Like, say, a slower drop in warmth than just a drop from warm to decently cold.
He couldn’t get everything he wished for, however, so he just sucked it up. The cold was only going to get worse from here.
A bitterly cold breath escaped his lips, and he shivered a bit, rubbing his only partially covered arms. He didn’t anticipate the temperature, so he had went out in something that only provided a bit of insulation. It was better walking out in only his swimsuit though, which he almost did.
Now he was just trudging through the campus, not particularly doing anything. He was hoping for at least something to happen around here, but so far it was pretty quiet. Haru turned his gaze to scan around the school, looking for any remote signs of life.
He only ended up bumping into someone.
"Sorry," he apologized, facing the stranger with a look of surprise on his face.