It was true, she didn't quite care for her job. Of course Yani made sure that the rooms were cleaned and the sheets were washed, but as far as being happy in this place... That criteria was never going to be filled and she had given up hope. The young adult had been here for almost three years and she still never felt quite right. Maybe it was because she was surrounded by teenagers all day long. It wasn't their personalities that set her off - she had grown accustomed to that. But it maybe it was because she was constantly reminded that she was an adult now. No longer able to do what she wanted after school was out or go through that same carefree feeling once more - it was highly depressing. Not only that but relationships seemed to blossom almost out of the blue. For someone who remained single for quite a long time, it didn't help her loneliness. Today she was tending to the gardens, something that Wira was known for. Yani wasn't the main gardener but she had gotten his blessings to pull out the weeds that were starting to poke through some of their flower beds. She decided to do the chore in the morning, when the afternoon sun wouldn't be blaring upon her back. It also meant saying hello to everyone with dirt smeared upon her forehead and pants.