She doesn't play sports to get attention from anyone. She plays because she loves the adrenaline she gets from them. Having grown up playing soccer and football with her brothers, any sports field is where she goes to think about things. Arabella is a down-to-earth, "mess with my friends and pay" type of girls. She is friendly to anybody and everybody except the people who don't deserve her kindness.Overall, she is a good girl and likes spending time with her parents, brothers and friends. She keeps her grades up and would very much like to get married and start a family one day.
Arabella sat cross-legged in her newly furbished living room with a frown on her face. All around her sat stacks and stacks of textbooks, rolls of parchment and bottles of ink. She had been working since seven o'clock that morning trying to get all her homework finished before she had to go back to school after the weekend. At the end of her sixth year, she wanted to make her last year at Hogwarts as normal as possible by taking all the classes she would have taken regardless of being accepted for the early Auror training. Now, she wondered if she did the right thing in making that decision.
She put her elbows on her knees and placed her head in her hands and sighed. She hadn't even put a dent in her work and she felt like she wasn't going to make it. She couldn't talk to James about it because he was busy training, she couldn't talk to Scorpius because he had his own homework to get done on top of his werewolf dilemma, and she wouldn't go to her brothers because that would mean that she had to be around her father and she definitely wasn't about to do that. Then it hit her: she could talk to Romulus about her homework. He had offered to help her after hearing about her large load and she smiled. It was definitely nice to have a best friend who would take time out of their busy schedule to help her when she needed it, which wasn't all that often.
She grabbed a random piece of parchment and began writing him a letter. She was unaware of what his schedule was, but there wasn't any harm in asking him if he was free that weekend. She had already given him a spelled key to get past her protection wards --Rom and James were the only two who had a key-- and wrote him asking if he could swing by her flat and save her from the evil homework monster. She laughed as she wrote the letter and then smiled as she handed it to her owl, Artemis. She received a nip on the hand and petted the bird's head before she was off towards the wand shop where Romulus worked. She stared at her seemingly endless pile of work and grabbed her Ancient Runes book and figured she could work on that while she waited on Artemis to return.