“Why do I do this to myself?” the blonde murmured to herself as she stepped into the small corner store. Brushing her hair back she sighed once more. She had a plan, of course she did. She always did. Well, that was what she told herself as soon as she stepped foot into Crystal Cove. She didn’t want to be here. “Do what you have to do and it’s done, you’ll be out before you know it.” she spoke to herself. To anyone on the outside, she would of looked like a fool, standing in the middle of an isle talking to a bag of crisps that she’d never pick up, whether she was human or not.
Turning her head, she focused on the eyes that watched her, as she stood there talking to herself, she had no reason to fault them for staring, but she couldn’t help but snap at them. “Could you, you know, be a decent human being and keep your eyes off of my body? Thanks.” If only her mother could see her now, she’d be so ashamed of her little girl, but no more ashamed then Kenna herself.
Little by Little, We Can All Do a Lot.