(So since I'm RPing four different characters and have to write in four separate personalities, each POV is going to be a bit short, but when I do posts after this I'll try to have at least two in each one to kinda calm it down.)Rain
A paint mare rolled playfully in the long grass, green tendrils mixing with the cream color of her mane as she did so. Sitting up, she took in the sweet smells of wild flowers and shook out her mane, flaring her nostrils at the onslaught of scents. Her gaze dragged up the bark of the tree she laid under and to the apples that hung from its limbs. A shiver went through her body at the bittersweet memories that the fruit brought forth, she missed her friend dearly but she had to remind herself that now she had Spirit and her little girl, Lakota. Her head swiveled to gaze above her, hues of purple, orange, and blue blotted the sky
Shaking the sleep from her mind, Adsila gracefully got to her feet and peered around herself. She only spotted a few other mares that were awake aside from herself and were quietly grazing. Deciding to head out to get some water before the majority of the herd awoke, she began walking down towards the valley. As she passed through the herd, she happened upon Nakai
who were curled up in sleep. Discomfort was etched across the stallions face but Totsi only had a look of pure content as she dozed off into her dreams, Adsila couldn't help but snicker at the sleeping siblings. The brown mare continued on her way and nodded to Rain who was laying beneath a large apple tree and enjoying the morning, obviously pleased with the look of having another day free of rain or any bad weather in general. Soft tendrils of long grass brushed against her coat and left a sweet scent along her flank that she adored whilst she kept her head high and stayed alert for any predators. Stopping before the pond, she tentatively stepped forward and took her time drinking the crystal clear water before wading into its depths, she immensely enjoyed playing in the water, it reminded her of being a filly and having no cares in the world.