Salica fought of a growl as her neighbor kept at his consistant banter on her nerves. She couldn't tell you when they'd stopped being friends and turned into their own personal bullies. She was only glad he didn't live RIGHT next door as if they were in a larger town; no her closest neighbor was atleast a mile away. Feeling the last of her control snap she swung the bag she was carrying and pinged the boy across his head. "Damnit Cody! LEAVE ME ALONE!!!! I'm not in the mood to deal with you!" She knew he'd finally gotten the threat as she stalked towards his stumbling retreat; they both knew who would win this fight, Cody would never hit a woman as his mother, aunts, and grandmother would hear about it and poor Cody would probably be never seen again.With a final glare she turned and stomped back to her car and tossed the groceries in and driving off it was her night to cook dinner she might as well hurry up and start. The sun sunk into the ground as she reached her home she felt the earlier annoyance let go as she spotted the house she grew up in; Salica was the youngest of three children and while her older brothers had left home she still lingered feeling at peace in the two story house. She parked the old car and made her way up the front steps as the mutt, Killian, hovered around her feet. Killian was her hunting dog as her brothers and father had, had their own since they were old enough to train them. "No stay we'll go out later I have to make dinner for mom and dad." The hound whined softly and sat down as she opened the door and slipped inside. She put the food away glancing at her watch she figured she could spare a few minutes to watch the sunset before starting with a silly grin she ran up the stairs and climbed out her window to the roof to watch the ball of fire sink into the trees.