Rose Luna shivered as she fumbled with her house keys, finally getting it to turn in her slippery hands and letting her inside. She sighed a breath of relief as she closed the door, and started to wring her hair;soaking wet from the pouring rain outside. "Honey, I'm home!" she called out, as if she'd ever get a reply from her cat, Mouse , who was laying carelessly on her couch. With a small smile, she shrugged off her coat and trudged her way up to change into her comfy and completely dry gown and slippers. Finally dressed, she grabbed a blanket off of her bed and started to walk downstairs, though she couldn't help but look out the window to the the thousands of raindrops, and the strong wind that carried it along right outside. "What a horrid day..." she murmured. She continued down the steps and plopped down on the couch, grabbing her blanket and wrapping it around herself snuggly, looking around for a familiar grayish looking blur. "Mouse! Come here. Up!" she called out. Her cat Gladly did as he was told, and took a seat next to her. "Ugh...you have it so easy being a cat. Never having to worry about work..and bills, and, not being able to go out and having to talk to your cat all night!" she said. He stared blankly at her and meowed as if replying back to her. She laughed a bit, and stared outside as her window lit up, followed by a loud crash of thunder. Shaking her head she laid back, closing her eyes and running her hand through her bright red hair, thinking about what she'd do on as soon as the storm let up, but before she knew it, she'd fallen into a deep sleep.*** Rose gasped as she suddenly woke up with a start. She was freezing and felt as if her feet had been replaced by popsicles. She sighed heavily and rubbed her eyes, certain that it wasn't the reason she'd woken up. Grabbing her blanket, she got up and started toward the stairs, ready to call it a night. As she passed the window, she saw everything was completely covered in snow. Thousands of tiny snowflakes were pelting against her windows. She yawned and continued up the steps when she heard a faint knock on the door. "Probably just my nerves..." she thought. Halfway up the long steps, she hear it again, louder this time. Her gray eyes flared towards the door, she cautiously neared it, as Her cat bolted off the couch and hissed towards the entrance. Turning the lock and opening the door a bit, a gust of cold wind came at her, immediately stinging her cheeks. Looking up, she saw what looked like a man almost completely covered in snow. The hoodie of his jacket covering his eyes and half his nose, the only thing she could see were his lips, which had turned completely blue. Without even letting him say a single word, she acted on impulse.. "Oh my g...here, come inside." she said, grabbing his right arm and pulling him in, quickly shutting the door. Without hesittating, she picked up her blanket from the stairs and wrapped it around his shoulders then moving to start get the fire going I'n the fireplace. "Just take a seat in front of the fire and try to warm up.." she said heading to her kitchen and starting to brew water for tea. "What the hell are you doing, Rose? You just let a random stranger into your home? Youve officially lost it. But then again, you wouldn't have sent him back out on the streets would you?" she contemplated this as she thought of how this stranger must be holding up.