It was a warm spring day, and the woman radiated happiness as she stepped out onto her balcony. The various smells of nature filled her nostrils as she settled into a chair with a cup of tea between both hands. A soft smile curved her lips as she glanced out towards the beach, watching the waves roll in. 'Perfect way to wake up,' she thought with a sigh of contentment. The view of the ocean from the balcony off her bedroom was the reason she'd been so ecstatic when daddy dearest had purchased the two story home for her. It still amazed her that they'd been able to purchase a home for her in this town. Sometimes she wondered how it was that all the houses didn't have residents in them. But, then, it seemed any time one of the witches that descended from the founding coven needed a home, the perfect place in this town came up for sale. Perhaps it was natures way of saying that it wanted to keep those witches around at any cost. No matter the case, she was still glad that her father had managed to obtain this piece of property. Not only was the home two stories, but it also had a beautiful garden in the back yard, that was rather large for the homes in this area. Of course, the minute she'd moved in, she had turned most of the area into an herb garden, but it still had plenty of flowers and other pretty little things to look at. Part of the back yard was made up of concrete, and she'd used that to her advantage as an area to set up her altar. Because of the landscape around the town, she'd grown up knowing exactly where each of the cardinal directions were, and it had been very easy to figure out which way was which in her back yard. She'd loved the set up of the place before she'd even moved in officially, but now that it had her own personal, witchy, touch to it, she loved it even more. The only thing that would ever make her love this place even more would be when she had her own family here. Though, she wasn't entirely certain how she would convince any man that moving in with her was the way to go, versus her moving in with him. A soft sigh escaped her lips, but she pushed away any potentially negative thoughts as she continued to sip her hot tea and stare across the road towards the ocean.