Shivers racked my body, I quickly wrapped my coat tighter around myself. Well, what was left of it anyways. There were various holes and stitched up parts through out the entire pathetic scrap of clothing.
But I was grateful for it.
Lately, I had learned to be grateful for many things that I had never thought twice about before. I blinked as snowflakes made an assault on my face, I had a feeling my nose was so red right now, Rudolf would be proud. I was used to the cold by now. The cold of the snow flakes falling. The coldness of the people passing me by, looking at me as if I was dirt on the bottom of their shoes. The coldness slowly seeping into my heart.
I had came here hoping for a new life, away from the hassles that followed me everywhere I went back in Amity. I had ran from the constant burden baring down on me. I ran from my friends and family. I just needed time! I needed to be free, to think, to live. Didn't they understand that? I couldn't be the full time pure hearted