BZZZ! BZZZ! BZZZ! The familiar sound of an alarm going off filled Michi Kurosaki's, age sixteen, room, interrupting the silence that had hung in it. Along with the young teen's peaceful slumber. It continued to ring for a few more seconds before a hand reached out under the blankets, tapping the 'Dismiss' button on the lit up screen of the phone. Yes, Michi's alarm was her phone. It was the 21st century, after all. Who didn't have their alarms set on their phones nowadays? No one that Michi knew. The same arm that reached out from under the blankets was now hanging limply next to the side of the bed. It became silent once more as Michi mentally counted down from ten. Reaching one, she haphazardly threw off her blanket, shivering at the cold air that nipped at her bare legs and arms. As goose bumps began to form upon her skin, it took all of her willpower not to just curl back up in bed. Unfortunately, she had things to do, and those things insisted her to get up and get moving around. Sighing, she began to do just that. Her first stop was her closet. She opened it up as her tired eyes began to scan the inside of it. It was during that moment that she realized that it was dimly lit in her room; definitely not enough to see the clothing in her closet. Groaning softly, she made her way to the light switch, screwing her eyes shut as she flicked it on. Behind her eyelids, she could see the brightness of her room in the color of red and that was almost enough for her to keep her eyes shut, but she let them slowly flutter open. As her eyes adjusted to the new lighting, she shuffled back over to her closet, eyes roaming over the contents. They landed on her usual attire for her part-time job: her uniform. Reaching out, she plucked it from its place and snatched up some undergarments from her dresser before heading to the bathroom. A nice shower would be just the thing she needed to become fully awake. Once she entered the bathroom, she stripped off her pajamas and turned on the shower, letting it heat up before stepping in. Being that she was on a time schedule, she didn't take as long as she usually did in the shower, finishing up within a total of fifteen minutes. After she was out, dried, and lotioned, Michi slipped on her clothes for the day. Surprisingly, she had enough time to squeeze in a quick breakfast before she had to head out of the house. Heading down stairs, she made her way into the kitchen. Pulling out her favorite cereal from the pantry, a bowl from the cupboard, and the milk from the fridge, she set to making herself a bowl of cereal. She put all of the materials back once she was done and grabbed herself a spoon out of one of the drawers. As she ate her cereal, her mind began to wander. She wondered who was already at the Dei Café. It was a Saturday and she was trying to remember who worked today and during what time. Obviously, she had the morning shift. The shift that she despised, only because she had to wake up so goddamn early for it. Michi kept her irritation in check. No need to blow out the power of her own house. Especially not when she was the only one awake. Her family would be in for quite the shock, if they woke up to find that there had been a power outage. Heh, "shock". I'm so funny. Finishing up her breakfast, Michi put the empty bowl and spoon in the sink, leaving the dishes to her family. She would have washed it out if she wasn't hurrying out the door. "Watashi wa dekakeru nodesu! Watashi ga ie ni kaeru toki ni o ai shimashou!" She called out, not expecting to hear a reply. "Shigoto de yoiichinichiwo!" Her father called back in a soft tone in order to not wake everyone else up. It surprised her and she had to whip her head around to face him. Why was he up so early? She didn't voice her question as she returned the smile that he was sending her from the top of the stairs. She waved before stepping outside of the house, closing the door shut behind her. Inhaling and exhaling deeply, she began to make her way to the train station so she could get to work on time. Mood: Sleepy → Irritated → Surprised | Location: Home → On the way to the train station | Interacting With: N/A "I am heading out! See you when I get home!" "Have a good day at work!"