Hailey, who was usually called Hay by those who knew her, put her red coat on as she went down the stairs and out to the streets. The wind blew softly and it was a bit chilly outside, although the sun was shining. Hailey put her blonde hair behind her ears as it made it hard for her to see since it wouldn't leave her face alone - she hated that. She sighed, obviously frustrated as she put her hair back in place once more, and crossed the road. "Hey!", she said, as she was almost hit by a car, but luckily made her way across the road before it happened. The driver stretched out from the window and yelled at her. "Shut it", she said, mostly to herself, as she turned her back on whoever was screaming at her. Usually she didn't just walk out right into the road full of traffic without the slightest thought about what could happen, but sometimes she did, and she wasn't even sure why, herself. In fact, she wasn't even in a hurry, although she didn't like being outside for too long. Being visible and vulnerable in the way she was as she was walking, all by herself, down the road, made her slightly nervous. She was determined not to let some stupid government or whatever ruin her life though - that was one thing that she knew for sure. It had just began to rain as she crossed her second road - this time there was no cars as she passed - and she walked in a faster phase than before. She was on her way to a friend's house, if you could call her, Zoe, that - they weren't exactly friends, but at least, Zoe didn't think that Hailey was all that crazy. She hadn't run out the door as Hailey had "hallucinated", as most people called it, and had actually stayed to see if she was OK. Not like Hailey cared too much though. Most people ran off as soon as they got to know her a bit more, which no one never did nowadays, she thought to herself. She was used not having anyone to talk to, or hang out with, and if anyone did, they disappeared as soon as they had got there in the first place.