She threw the papers on the table, almost hitting her boss in the face. "I QUIT!" She grabbed her bags and left the office, her boss still in a state of shock. It was probably the first time she'd ever shown any sort of emotion in front of him, and with the adrenaline now pumping through her veins, it felt great. Reaching the sidewalk curb, she got into the taxi she had taken to work, thanking the driver for waiting. They drove off, and soon enough Sabine was getting off at the train station. "Thanks again!" She waved at the taxi driver and pulled out the gold-bordered ticket from her bag. She traced her finger on the letters: 'Destination; Earth #2, Gate B'. She took in a deep breath and held it to her chest. Just what was she thinking? She'd never been traveling. Heck, she'd never even been out of the city, And here she was, about to take a train to a different planet. So what had prompted her to take such a big step? She looked up at the blue planet in the sky, remembering what had happened a few days before. Standing near the end of the assembly line, Sabine was attatching the handles onto the side of the mecahanical can-openers as they came around on the conveyor belt. "'What a boring job!' That's what my wife keeps telling me!" One of her colleagues was starting up another rant. "'It pays well, and I don't have to do much, haha!' That's what I tell'er." She smiled to herself. "Puhhf." The worker let out something between a laugh and a sigh, then suddenly smacked the girl in the back, knocking the wind out of her. "Right, Sabine?" She put her hand to her chest, calming herself. She smiled at him and nodded. "I just wish I had more time to go out." She added to the rant. Her coworkers looked at her in disbelief. "..Then why don't you?" "Huh? No, no, I couldn't just.." She'd thought about it before, but never actually thought of leaving. "You're single right? And you haven't taken a single day off since you got here-you should just go!" "Y-yeah?" She hesitated. 'I'll think about it..' She took in another long breath and made her way inside, showing her ticket to the police officer and walking to her gate.