Skye took down a few notes as she say in class. She was sat right at the back, so no one would talk to her, and she wouldn't be asked any questions. She sighed and then looked around at everyone else who was happily working, talking to the person sitting near them whilst they worked. Whilst Skye was sat alone with no one to talk to. She would talk, that is if she could. But she couldn't, literally. She could not speak a word to anyone. When she was young, she never picked up talking. Her family thought she just had some kind of difficultly when it came to picking up speech and talking for herself. She could hear perfectly fine, but she could never utter even the smallest of words. It was when she grew older that her parents got even more worried and took her to see a doctor. Turned out she had some kind of issue called muteness, and wouldn't be able to talk. She still went to school, was hard working and successful during lessons, she just couldn't talk to anyone. But when Skye was very young her parents told her to take up sign language classes, which she was very good at. It was her only way of communication. She often felt lonely, sometimes she didn't even care if no one would talk to her because they thought she was weird and found her issue odd. She moves her attention briskly back to the lesson, which was almost ended. She sighs again and places her head in the palm of her hand.