The town of Vesuchi was a bit of a strange place. It was a big city near the shore, and yet the people of the city were quite more like those of a small town- people tended to recognize each other, and rumors were quick to fly all about from one end to the other. Every day was simple for most people, and that made it easy to get used to. This was the case for nearly everyone, and that included Chloe Kitski. The young blonde had woken up early that morning as well, when the bright sun was beaming down upon the bakery in which she both worked and lived. The light harmed her eyes when she first opened them, her blue irises contrasting greatly to her dialated pupils, but she was the type quick to ignore such a momentary and common pain. Hiding her headache, she was quick to change and prepare for the day as usual. She was a bit of a clumsy girl- she nearly fell putting on her socks, and then tripped on the third to last step downstairs and fell on her face. The clumsiness was natural to her, and being half asleep didn't really help. However, she didn't let it stop her from heading to the kitchen to make breakfast. After making her simple meal, she packed it into a tupperware container and fled the bakery entirely, unlocking the door to let in one of her coworkers that lived down the road. She left the store to him after a proper greeting, and made her way to the park. Chloe wasn't the type to enjoy monotony- she didn't hate it, but she preferred a change now and then. As such, breakfast in the park seemed like a lovely change of pace. Sadly, she hadn't expected there to be a somewhat deep crack in the pedestrian path off the main road. Her foot catching itself in the slight hole, she fell to the ground, the tupperware container of food in her hands being thrown a couple yards away from her as she made impact. With a groan, she made it to a crouch, wincing as she moved. The foot caught in the crack had been twisted awkwardly. Trying to walk with the twisted ankle was not going to be fun.