Vanessa twirled the lanyard connected to her car keys as exited the campus building. It was dusk, and the warm Texas air engulfed her senses as the door swiftly closed behind her. It felt revealing against the cold air conditioning of the college. She wore a white lacy skirt and a tight fitting lavender shirt. Her look was completed with several silver bracelets and a butterfly necklace. As she walked across the pavement she held her books and her slightly healed light green dress shoes clicked along with her stride. Vanessa had a long day. After working this morning at the nearby local restaurant she went to her psychology class, staying a little later to talk to her professor about his internship. When she would have time for it, she didn't know but she didn't want to go home...alone. The less time she spent there the better. Moving out of her parents' house was something she had always wanted to do. After all, they didn't believe that she could see ghosts. Yet, she found that, when she moved away, more ghost came to visit her, taking advantage of the last of people around her now. She tried her best to ignore them but, it was all to much. She could manage...some how. Spending less time at her new apartment would be good for her. She could use the time to study at coffee shops and socialize. She was never good at making any friends but perhaps she could change and get to know others a bit more. She walked further into the parking lot, crimson curls bouncing about her as she walked. There was no one around her, having left for the night and most of the professors wouldn't leave their offices for another hour or so. There where cars in the lot for that reason but, the place was deserted of people. Making it to her car, she put the key in her door. Stopping, she turned her violet eyes to the night sky, looking up at the stars above. Paralyzed by their beauty, she didn't move for quite sometime. There was something so tranquil to her about the Texas sky. Not cloud covered stars and each twinkle radiating their own light. It was too early for the moon to rise, the stars being the only light in the sky. Vanessa stood outside her car door, staring up into the sky for a what seemed like a long time.