Enjoying the sun under a perfectly clear sky Sarah sat on a park bench with her legs crossed reading a book, her thin jacket hung over the bench back as the air was much warmer in the sun than in the shade. Absently she stroke back blonde strands that blew across the face in a small breeze, too absorbed in the book to even notice, long ago forgotten her initial thought that she probably wouldn’t be able to finish the book in time for class next week. Normally she loved to read but when a book wasn’t interesting she could barely finish it even if it was for school, but despite that she’d been completely absorbed in the story. School had let out an hour ago and Sarah had left her friends a few blocks away to meet Nate in the park, it lay almost perfectly in between their schools so it was a good place to meet. Even when in another world a stray thought on him made her feel warm and fuzzy inside, the level of trust she had in him could only be rivaled by one of her best friends as a child. Recently she had found herself remembering those years more than usual, when she was least expecting it memories jumped on her at the sight of something or other that reminded her of the past. She even thought once that she’d seen a man that looked familiar to her but he’d vanished from her sight before she could see clearly, besides how big was the chance that she would meet him again this far away and that they’d even recognise each other. A familiar tune pulled her back to reality and Sarah realized memories had pulled her from the book without her even realising it, putting down the book and fetched her phone from her bag, a text from Nate telling he was late, held up after school. Sighing she sent a text back before returning to her book, disappointed over the delay, they already went to different schools so she didn’t want to shrink the time they had too much.