"Are you ready?!" Virginia's mother yelled from the bottom step. "Hurry up, Mythical University isn't going to wait forever!" "Mom you sound more excited than I am." Ginny said looking herself in the mirror one last time before heading downstairs. "Do you have to drop me off?" she said glaring at her too excited parents. "Heck yes young lady, we are not missing your first day at Uni for nothing!" her father said waving a M.U pennant in her face. "Let's go." Virginia nearly growled. "Don't make me make you guys." Her parents laughed. Their only daughter had inherited the same powers they had. A family with the power of telekinesis. The ride to the university was a long and drawn out with her mother detailing all the fun memories she and her father had at M.U. "Ginny, I hope you have a fantastic first semester. Can't wait to see you at Thanksgiving." her father squeezed her tight as she pulled her duffel from the trunk. "Not soon enough!" her mother sniffled hugging her tight. "You two are pitiful. Come on, you know you've been wanting some space." Virginia joked. "Oh of course! My new office!" Her mother joked about turning her room into an office. "Go get 'em Gin." She watched as her parents drove away before sighing heavily. Her hair was cut short, the back shaved. It was a blonde so bright it bordered white. Her eyes were a frosted blue that resembled a frozen river. High school had been difficult. Going to a school that was full of non gifted humans had proven difficult. She had always been the loner but trying not to use her powers kept her isolated even more. Her parents had pretty much shoved her towards M.U. the only place she could use her powers freely and still go to college like a regular college student. The thought was exciting, new and anxiety inducing. She wrote her name down on the sign in sheet and waited to be called. "Virginia Dunn, freshman." Ginny stood up and walked towards the desk. As she stepped between two people talking in the packed room she tripped over the guy's shoe lace and began the slow track towards the ground.