OOC | SignupsIt was September 5th, nothing special in particular but it was always good to keep track. Especially in this little town where the ties to the world outside of those invisible walls had been severed. It was a quiet day, no more than any other day, but it had an ominous wind about it. The townsfolk were still nestled deep inside the safety of their homes waiting for the sunlight to break through and be their savior from what lurks in the night. MONDAY - SEPTEMBER 5th - Morning Memphis Carys Paderau ::Location:: Her house _____________________________Unlike many of the locals who preferred to share housing or already lived together from family ties, Memphis was alone. During the night while those creatures ran rampant around the town and everyone was snuggled with one another in their homes she sat huddled in a corner of her house prepared for the worst. Alone and afraid in a house too big for just one person the misfortunate girl waited patiently for the sun to rise just like everyone else. As soon as the sun came up those creatures vanished back to the holes they crawled from and the whole block was silent. No banging on the walls, no screaming from fear of what is outside, just silence. This was usually how the civilians could tell if it was safe outside or not. Memphis, eager to leave her home retracted the metal casing around her house and let the natural light flood into the room. It was warm and inviting, providing a sigh of relief after the night's festivities. She opened her door and exited her house to see if anyone was outside. Her pale blue eyes traced the streets carefully, making sure not to miss a detail. It was safe, for now at least, and that was what she settled for. She returned inside of her house, her vibrant curls whipping behind her, so she could retrieve her garbage and toss it in the dumpster. It was something she intended to do the day before but it slipped her mind. It was mostly broken parts to machines, excess waste she had no need to clutter her house, and other useless things. With a bag in each hand, Memphis walked down to the dumpster and disposed of the trash. After that she proceeded to make her way back home to get started with her day.