Hannah's Kind of a Big Deal
People always looked in her direction. She hated always being the center of attention but she understood why people looked. That didn’t mean that she liked it any better. Hannah wished that she could just stay at home, that she didn’t have to go to school every day but her parents both thought it was better for their daughter if she got some kind of interaction with people.
She disagreed strongly and yet here she was again trying to get through the crush of students so that she could make it to her science class. Her long strides were cut into little choppy steps with so many people in the hallways between classes. Her only saving grace was that she had a top locker and so she didn’t have to stoop so low to change out books that she would need with those that she was finished with for the day.
This was her senior year and really she only had a couple of weeks left in this public school hell. Hannah was looking forward to getting away from her daily torment. People wou