Location: "The Animal Rescue Center for Cats and Dogs" next to the St. Azalea Foster Home to St. Azalea Foster Home
Items: A crate with two kittens and one puppy on a leash (hehe!)
"It's finally that special day again, you guys..."
Ada Elise Heinrike, a sweet girl who loved her animals. In fact she loved them so much, she took up a job at the Animal Rescue Center; devoting her time to the furry creatures as if they were her own. There was never a day she hated to be there...especially today out of all days! It was "Spread the Love Day" held every week by the rescue center. These days Ada would take a few fluffy bundles-of-joy and go next door to the St. Azalea Foster Home where she would go see Mama and the children. There, the animals and kids would play freely as she would conversate (sp?) with Mama about anything she came up with. Even Ada's troubles.
As Ada finally got to the tall, slightly rusted gates of the foster home, she felt herself even more excited yet....strangely desperate to see Mama, who was sort of like a mother to her though she hadn't visited in a while considering how sick she had been feeling. Quickly, she pushed opened the gates and ran up to the door; puppy trailing behind in excitement.
The door, from what Ada could tell, seemed to be a little bit rustier than what she had remembered and the window... Had she been gone really that long? Realizing that she was staring at a door pointlessly as if it was going to just let her in, Ada reached her finger upwards and rung the bell that seemed to echo throughout the house. At least that didn't change! She stared blankly at the door; waiting for her moment to smile pleasantly at Mama who probably would be trying to ward of the stampeding children as she greeted Ada warmly.
Ada stood there, becoming very anxious as she rung the bell once again. This time, as she waited, she started to role play in her mind of what to say or how Mama would react after not seeing Ada for a month. Not to mention that the last thing Ada had talked about was her sudden massive headaches and the dreams that always revolved around mirrors, one of the many deep fears she has tried to avoid in life. But should she tell Mama that it seems to be getting worse...or would that worry her?
Ada's eyes saddened a bit as she continued to daze. Before she realized it, the door knob slowly unlocked and the door creaked open. With the same look, Ada glanced up at the woman before suddenly shaking off the saddened, pathetic facial expression plastered on her face and replacing with an even more pathetic, embarrassed smile.
"M-Mama" Ada gasped before realizing it wasn't her but a different strange lady she's never seen before. Quickly, Ada gathered herself though her face was flustered even more. "Oh, you're not Mama! I'm so sorry, ma' am. Is Mama not available at the moment?