A strong wind blew Haysanna's hair back as she struggled home, squinting her eyes to protect them from the gust. School had been boring, as usual, and all Hays' wanted was to get home and relax. Thats what she was on her way to do now, but what she really wanted was a long lie in the next morning. She sighed to herself stupid part time job...
In need of some cash, Haysanna worked part time on Saturdays at a local newsagent, 'Drazos'. She obviously didnt make much, but anything was good enough.
After a long treck home, Haysanna slammed the door and stalked to the sitting room. Her older brother, Mason, was already watching TV, but it didn't bother her much. Mason always watched the music channel, and their similar music tastes caused them not to fight over the remote often.
"Hey Hays" Mason greeted his younger sister, without taking eyes off the TV.
"Hey" she muttered back, joining him on the sofa.
The two siblings sat in silance for a few moments, both pairs of eyes glued to the TV, until Mason remembered something.
"Oh! I almost forgot!" He gasped, looking thoughtful "A letter came from your school today, since Mom and Dad werent in I opened it, and it's..."
"It's what?!" Haysannah gulped, running through what trouble she had caused recently, wondering what it was about.
"Your not in trouble... For once" he replied, a look of amusement in his bright green eyes "You have to go to extra revision classs in the holidays"
Haysanna fell back against the comfy seat, snorting with discust "Aw man, MORE revision?" She complained "Do I ever get a break?"
Mason looked taken back "Woah sis.. The schools only trying to help... I know its fustrating but it will be worth every second, trust me..." his eyes clouded with thoughts as he looked at her. Haysanna knew he had failed a lot of subjects, but it didn't change her attitude.
Her brother suddenly snapped out of his serious tone and laughed "You still look angry Hays, your fire colored eyes actually look on fire!
This made Haysanna turn on her brother. "You know how much I hate my eye color.. drop it, will ya?" she snarled, her fustration taking itself out on her brother. Without waiting for a reply, she stalked upstairs slowly, anger welling up inside her. For the past few months, her life had revolved around school and work, and she was starting to ger extremley fed up with it.
With a loud sigh, she slumped on her bed, and washed away her anger through listening to her music.
"...forcasts for more strong winds over the weekend, and a chance for heavy showers in most places..."
Bob started at the TV in bordem, not paying much attention. He had decided to take a break from his seach for the fire-eyed girl, it was driving him crazy.
Footsteps entered the room, and Bob turned to see his younger brother enter the room.
"Hello Bob" Cecil said cheerfully.
Cecil frowned at his brother. "You don't look any better, the TV didnt work. It failed to take your mind off the omen..." He sighed. "You look the same."
Bob returned the sigh and looked around at his sibling "It's not something that is easy to forget about, Cecil." Bob murmered.
Cecil shook his head. "You need some fresh air." He decided, and went to the fridge.
After a few moments, he returned and sat next to his brother.
"I-I forgot to buy milk.. at the store.." he started cautiously "mind getting some?"
Bob was about to retort, when he realised everything Cecil had done for him recently. Bob shrugged "sure" he said blankly, while grabbing a coat.
When he had said a goodbye to his brother, he headed to the local store. Sideshow Bob realised Cecil was obviously only asking him to go the the shop to try and distract him from the mystery girl. He was grateful, but it wasn't working very well. As he battled the wind, He recalled his dream in his mind, and began to realise that he did recognise the voice. But who's was it?
After a war with the wind, Bob reached the local shop. "Drazos" it was called. Bob rolled his eyes at the ridiculas name, never the less, he headed inside.
After buying what Cecil had requested, he realied that a trip outside had actually helped him. He decided that he would return in the morning and do the shopping for his brother, in an attempt to take his mind from the flame eyed prophecy.