Clover town certainly was a pleasant place to spend your day in. But there was something even more pleasant than the quiet streets and rustic homes that had their own charm. And that was the lake that surrounded the whole place, as it was on a small island. Though it appeared that not many people would approach the water's surface on the side opposite to the port, which made the moon goddess question why. With the sun reflected in the crystal clear liquid and plenty of trees to provide shade, it was almost a perfect place to rest up, regain your lost energy in mere moments. Noheme honestly needed a place like this, as she was working hard as of late. Ever since her most loyal spirit died, she was focused on work, which made the bad memories and feelings go away. Alas, she was incapable of going any further right now. Else she could work herself to death. Death of her mortal vessel anyway, as her divine form was still quite immortal. But maybe this place could serve as yet another distraction that would help her gather more positive thoughts, placing itself alongside battle. Yes, even someone who loved to fight should get little bit of peace once in a while. So, as the goddess approached the water's edge, she smiled gently. There was seemingly no one around right now and that meant she didn't even have to pretend anything. Not that she would really be doing something like that often, but it was a nice relief. With her tail waggling from side to side and her ears twitching lightly, she would touch the water to find out it was quite warm as well, perhaps good enough for a swim.
Should she? Ah, there was no one around. At least for now, anyway. So why not? She deserved it after all! Who would deny a little swim to someone who saved to whole world at least once? Not really bothering to think about it anymore, the moon goddess would bravely remove her attire completely until there was nothing left but bare, tanned skin. Not even folding the cloth, she merely threw it to the side and jumped in, creating a wave and several ripples to damage the nearly perfect surface. But soon enough, as the girl stopped moving, it would return to it's original state once more. It felt good. It was shallow enough for her to not have to swim this close to the land either. So she just sat down against the grass-covered edge of ground and started resting her body, as if she was sitting in a hot bath. It could not compare in the slightest, but it was at least something. She could already feel her stiff muscles getting little better as the rays of light washed over her, warmth filling ever nook and cranny of her being. Days like these were probably what finally pushed her over the edge when she was nothing more than a god in different world. Looking down at all this, she decided to go on her own quest to learn about humanity and their customs, eventually ending up here in this very spot. Only if she could share this moment with someone else. It sounded like so little, yet it would have a great impact on the entire experience she was having. And just like that, thoughts of Ai, the spirit she lost were returning once more. Sighing, she hoped that maybe a distraction would soon show itself and help her forget once more.