Having come to make a visit in Rose Garden for a time most likely not to exceed a couple of days, the red haired girl had been a bit on the bouncy side. As per a usual type of mood for her since she'd joined Crystal Swan at the least. It had been a while since she was voluntarily part of a guild and mainly thankful that it was that way as well. The last thing she had ever wanted was to deal with anything like Savage Skull again, though with the last mentioning of their hall being left in tattered pieces, it might be more of a blessing than she'd initial thought. Almost as though a huge weight had been lifted from her shoulders. If her mother truly was not in charge anymore, than there was some rime and reason for it, and as such she would believe that she could see her again some day. Whether it actually happen or not was completely up to her, but the demi-dragoness was much more focused about the positives of the day as well we her beliefs that everything would turn out for the best in the end. She knew everything would be alright soon enough, just to square away some things would make her time a little easier.
As the bell of the church struck hard, the exiting of people from the building of prayers and guidance led a smaller teenage girl to slip out on her own just as she'd come. Sure, people asked if her parents were in with her, but a small explanation of being orphaned to the church had brought her to travel to other towns to visit and enjoy meeting others had them thankful for the way she was. They were so used to kids her age being loud and irritating that to see the opposite in some was a blessing. Right down the street had been a Hot Dog cart with a single man standing there, handing out the meals left and right to others that got out before she could. Famished from being in the building for several hours, the small girl ran over and picked herself up one, walking off a moment later with food in hand and a glowing smile.
Madison had rounded the corner, chomping off half of the length in one go. Her hunger sometimes met no bounds when it came to food and to blood, but never the less when she had it, she devoured it with no problem. Within seconds, the food was gone and her cheeks stuffed. Chewing it up until she could swallow it, she'd thrown the wrapper she had under it away and then let out a sigh of relief, patting her stomach and assuring that she had no crumbs on her face. She was a lady about many things, but when she was hungry enough, she was rather ill mannered about it. But now, she had the whole day to do things... so what should that be? It was too early for arcades and all to be open as most children had school, so looking around in a mostly unfamiliar town had left her to bump into someone accidentally. Jumping back a bit, her cheeks flushed pink from the embarrassment of not looking where she was going. "Oh my gosh, I'm so sorry, ma'am!" She said, bowing apologetically to her. It wasn't a hard bump, so it may not have even made the other person move an inch, though she wasn't looking when it happened and dove immediately into apologizing about it.