Laira shrugged her shoulders and grinned at Stephanie. The choice seemed pretty clear to her, though they would end up cold and wet on the walk home which wouldn't be the most pleasant experience but they weren't about to freeze or anything. It was a mild spring afternoon and the water was comfortable.
"I'm a pretty good swimmer. Would have worn my swimsuit if I'd have known we'd be taking a dip." She didn't have one on, but it didn't stop her from wading into the water, turning to watch her companion as she did. The current wasn't exceptionally strong, nor was the water incredibly deep. Even around the middle it didn't look more than ten feet at best, so the redhead was more or less unconcerned with it.
"Come on in, sweetie." Laira let the current take her by leaning back into the water and letting the lazy current pull her along off her feet so she could float with its flow towards whatever it was causing the Force to bond to this particular body of water. "The waters great, but it could use some perfection." She let a soft purr flow into her voice and dripped her tone with sweetness for Stephanie's benefit. The padawan seemed to be warming up to her pretty well.
Laira let her eyes wander, though she didn't mind stealing a rather obvious look back at her companion. All around her were colorful trees with bright leaves sprouting after the winter, birds sang in the sky as they drifted on warm spring winds. Rodents sought out nuts and berries for food, and the few fish she had seen in the water were busy cleaning it from algae.
The water itself was crystal clear, it looked more like gentle flowing glass than most rivers she had ever swam in.