As the glowing orange ball slowly made its way above the cloud, most of the town was still fast asleep. Not Andrea. Having been up long before dawn, he had found his way up on op of one of the larger buildings. The air was low, making it hard to breath, but he still enjoyed the view. Using a hand to hold onto a crevice in the building, he leant over the edge, stretching out a hand towards the sun. One day, he would leave. He would collect that gas and find a way to get rid of it. One day. Though, it seemed that day was not today. It was illegal to be so high up outside of a building due to the low oxygen levels and now sirens could be heard below. The guard was coming. Oh fun. Sighing softly, he pulled back and regained his footing on the ledge. He then began to climb down, making sure he didn't slip on the smooth surfaces. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "No... No this is not fair! No, no, no!" The girl slammed her hand on the desk, sending bits and pieces flying everywhere. In her other hand was another paper being crushed in her fingers. "He cannot come here! No way!" Of course, she was screaming to no-one. The house was empty save for the small puppy in the next room, who was originally at her feet. Kitiana sighed, dropping back onto her chair and staring at the ceiling. "I don't want my cousin here..." she mumbled to herself, swinging herself side to side. Adika gave out a little yip, then. It seemed someone was at the door. Kiti sighed, getting up formt he chair as the doorbell rung. And then it rung again. And again. "I'm coming! Have some patience!"