Alexander summers half walked, half danced across the room as he unpacked the rest of clothes. He still couldn't believe he was now a teacher, how often he had roamed this halls in secret, as a student. Getting into mischief, one way or another. Now he was living on the fabled third floor, as a faculty member, an authority
figure. It was a surreal feeling to say the least, he never once thought that he dream to become a teacher here would actually become reality.
blasted over his sound system, he simply threw his clothes into the closet without a care in the world. He really didn't have anything formal, just jeans and T-shirts, though he figured he should probably get a jacket for class.
To make himself look atleast a little teacher like. It was a private academy after all.
Truth be told his surround sound music system had been the first thing he had set up yesterday. His speakers scattered around the room set, on the walls, in the corners on the roof.
He could literately feel the floor vibrating as the song went through it's motions. The afternoon outside was growing late now and it would officially be his first night on the third floor. He had been a tad reluctant to let go of his old dorm, it was...had been...his fortress of solitude, a place that had welcomed him when there was nowhere else.
But he figured it was time to move upstairs, he was growing older and with age came responsibilities. Pulling off his shirt and throwing it into the washing basket, he flopped down on his couch and let out a long and rather...exaggerated sigh. When did he become the adult, it seemed like yesterday since he first stepped foot in the mansion, it had been such an alien yet...welcoming place. It was the first place that had welcomed him with open arms.
And he was officially an x-man, now that was a daunting feeling. The x-men were the best of the best, the pinnacle of mutant kind if you will. Alex remembered the first time he saw them all suited up, he had felt like a kid in a toy store on Christmas eve, and then there was the jet. God that jet, he had fallen in love with the black beauty the moment he had seen it...it was is dream to fly it one day, though he doubted anyone would let him.
He had come such a long way since his days living on the street alone, he had a purpose now, a home, a family. Literally, he had family, a brother. Their relationship so far had really not gotten off the ground, a lot had been happening of late that it left little time for them to actually talk. But Alex planned to catch him sooner or later, there was a lot that need to be said, a lot that needed to be asked, and answered. Alex fumbled for his sounds system remote and turned it up even more, getting lost in the rhythm of it all, drowning out the world. To the point the loud rock music filled the entire second floor and could be heard from a floor below and above.
But he was to lost in his own little world to realise.