More Than A Protest_Chapter 3: BlackoutSasha walked her normal route to school the next day. As always, she had her headphones on with her music on half volume on her ipod. She was also wearing her tan coat with the blue pin on it that her father gave to her before she left for Ukraine.More Than A Protest_Chapter 3: Blackout2 days ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
About half way to her destination, she noticed that the park had a crowd of about 40 people gathered there. There was a man with a microphone standing on top of a rock, and lots of people with signs written in Cyrillic.
She couldn’t hear anything that was being said, nor did she care. She kept walking and continued on her way.
This day at school was like any normal day: Chaotic, obnoxious, and overall boring.
She softly bit the end of her pen cap as she stared up at the clock as the second hand inched its way toward the 12, causing another minute to pass.
The clock ticked as both the second and minute hands aligned on the 12, and the hour hand stopped on the 3.
The bell rang, and everyone packed up and left school.
Sasha slipped her he