A loud scream was heard from inside the Redwolfs house. Ren Redwolf looked at his watch and sighed knowing the cause of the scream. He watched from his place at the kitchen island as his twenty year old daughter burst through the doors ten minutes later. Her light red hair was in a messy bun. She; herself looked devilish in a navy colored sweater, black tights, her right black boot on, and a backpack hanging off her shoulders. “Over slept love,” he asked already knowing the answer to his question. He had already prepared two lunch bags for both his daughter and he. And he had a plate of bagels on the table ready for her as she grabbed the bag with on and a beagle with another hand. “Bye dad, love you,”Ceder yelled not even bothering it answer his question. She hopped down the sidewalk with a beagle hanging out of her mouth while her hands where busy making sure her left boot was on. She stopped in front of her 1999 Dodge Neon and quickly fished her beagle. She pulled her keys out of the front pocket of her Blue backpack and quickly got in her car. Ceder put her keys in the ignition and turned. But nothing happened. Saying a string of curse words she tried the car again, nothing. Letting out a frustrated moan she shoved the keys in her backpack and got out of her car. She lend against the car and thought for a moment. She could take one of the cars her father own but they were all so expensive and she was a terrible driver. She could ask for a driver, but again it wasn’t something she wanted to do. Pulling out her iPhone she took a quick glance at the time and grinned. She took off down her drive away at a full sprint and headed to the bus stop. Ceder panted as she arrived at the bus stop. She looked around and saw no other people there yet. Grinning to herself she sat on the bench and looked at her phone. She was so excited for today. Today would be her first day without her babysitter, or that’s what she called him. She could finally do things without someone following her all the time. But the down side was that Ceder did love the man who used to watch over her. He was like a father to her and made sure she stayed out of trouble. If he was still around she would have been up early and could have already been on her way to her college class. Pulling up a game on her phone to play Ceder gave a small smile. She was finally going to get to live her life without someone there to stop her from making mistakes. “Life is good,” She said then pressed play and waited for the bus.