Down to Earth I flew down the stairs to the ground, landing lightly on my ankle-high boots. My navy blue skirt and white blouse fluttered in the whirlwind I created as I rushed to the bus stop to catch a bus that was never on schedule. The early morning sun launched an attack on my sleep-deprived eyes. A session of essay-grading once again took far too long.
It was starting out to be a rather trying day: I had already spilled coffee on one outfit and had to change, I couldnt find my keys for twenty minutes, and then after I had left my apartment I realized that my wallet was still on the nightstand in my room. Blast it all, Im usually not this scatter-brained. One more diversion and I would definitely miss the bus.
Hey. Flour-dusted hair and a wide grin.
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