Sunlight crawled it's way into her eyes, knocking on her eyelids. The noise having brought her above conscious, wanting to drown back into sleep. It had been pretty easy to fall asleep her first and second night. Two days prior resurfaced, yester-morning. The feeling of being watched had made her paranoid that all eyes were on her, constantly. She had stayed home the day before, still paranoid form it. Having used that time to explore round Agatha's place, going out into the woods a bit, finding a creak to nose round in, spending the time looking for smooth stones.
Her thoughts wondered more, as darkness pulled her slowly back to sleep. Was there something she was suppose to do? Her mind muddled, slowing to a crawl. Covers tucked tight round her in a cocoon, moving so the sun couldn't yet reach her. The mattress firm, but giving way to her weight, a soft firmness. Cuddling round her like a nest, adding to the layers of cover, keeping he