Headphones in, she moved through the shop twirling through the air, her toes brushing the ground as she guided her broom around every corner and crevice, sweeping up remnants of projects and the light layering of sawdust that seemed to appear out of thin air. She hummed under her breath, grateful for the pause in activity. The shops had been a hectic ramshackle assortment of younger students trying to desperately finish final projects on time and professors grumbling about ye olden days.
She snorted and rolled her eyes, if ye olden days had kept up she wouldn’t have a job and the shops would still be an underused lair for a grumpy old man where only the brave dared to work.
Now though...well now it was like life had been breathed back into the school, she had never seen the shops so busy and everyone so eager to learn about woodworking and metal machinery. The new director, Alex, had done a fantastic job of retraining every single student and professor interested and limited acce