Blair's friends are limited to those in her top tier social circle but she will open up to them about most things in her life. They can recognize when she is stressed because she is offering cookies to everyone and the Beta house is absolutely spotless. They aren't surprised when she cracks a joke at the expense of one of her best friends and they know that a man who takes her out for a pint at a sports bar will get many more points than a man who takes her to the ballet and an expensive dinner. While it is true that Blair is spoiled and could appreciate what she is blessed with more she does say thank you on occassion and is a very warm and welcoming person once her trust is gained.
The third tier of knowing Blair Adams is understanding Blair Adams. The only people at Centennial who know about Blair's life-long battle with social anxiety are her brother and her big. Blair hates talking about serious issues and will engage in gossip to avoid discussing any personal issues. She can talk up a storm in individual or small group settings but is deathly afraid of speaking to groups. While she secretly aspires to hold an executive board position in her sorority in the upcoming years she wants to deal with her fear of giving speeches first.
Blair loved the early mornings because it meant that she could be alone. She was very social with those she was close to so they didn't understand that she needed time each day that was quiet and just for her. Her Ariana Grande Pandora station woke her up at 6:30 AM and she threw on her jogging shorts and a sports bra before grabbing the bag she kept ready for mornings just like this one. Blair ran down Greek row with the small gym bag on her back and found her way to the practice athletic fields. Cheer practice would start for another twenty minutes, which meant that her teammates wouldn't be showing up for another fifteen on the dimly lit Saturday morning. She pulled a small leather notebook out of the bag and began to write - one of her few escapes from the stresses of her busy everyday life.