It was another chilly day in late fall. The leaves had pretty much all stripped off the trees, and the skies of Seattle had been coated in the usual thick grey clouds. The wind nipped at Nai's face, even though the rest of her body was tightly bundled in layers of clothing. She had on her large jacket she had gotten years ago, which showed, and a sweater underneath. Nai didn't know why she was going ice skating. Maybe it was the curiosity, or maybe because some guy had just given her a ticker. She could have passed it on to a study buddy, but this was a chance to explore more of the city area, which she had yet to visit. She had just gotten off the bus, and the cold air made her cheeks flush. She was wearing her usual makeup, which was light if anything, all drugstore. She didn't have money for much else. She was trying to find a better place to live, a bigger one, so not just Jason could live with her. Jason was the closest in age to her, currently going to a local public high school. He was a smart kid, but getting him and his siblings through college wasn't easy. It was taking both her and her mom. Glancing up at the skating rink, which had been settled on top of a pond, Nai walked in through the entrance, passing her ticket by the person at front. She grabbed the right size of skates, and started lacing up, prepping to go out on the ice. Her headphones were plugged in, so she didn't have to talk to anyone.