5. A morning that lasts forever.
Turns out that a promise to your country is more important to me than a promise to your blood. The sun just rose over the city landscape and I saw a group of normal teens just walking on the sidewalk. Acting like they don't have a care in the world. For a second I felt a pang of jealousy. Why can't I be like that Why can't I just hang out with friends instead of saving this country. I thought angry.
I took a deep breath and remebered that I had a choice.And that I gave up my normal life for this. I sighed and left the apartment, the door giving a soft click behind me. The elevator was empty, the lobby was empty, and even the street barely had few people.I ran down the sidewalk the wind making me go faster.
I got to the Roman Building whispering the words that let me in. I saw Smith leaning on the wall his hair messy and his hands messing with his phone.He gave a nod of acknowledgment. I nodded back not sure if I really wanted to speak. ''Who is here?'' I asked wondering what he would say. " you are the last one here Nel'' he said looking away. I felt my cheeks grow warm, ''It really bites that you don't get to say good-bye to you family members you know?'' A harsh voice interrupted Smith before he even said anything,'' If you didn't want to do this mission you didn't have to come'' Terry stared at me his eyes giving no sign of letting up on me. I had enough,'' You know Terry just like you I have had to lose stuff in my life too and plus I have to face Morgan and you don't so stop giving me crap'' I walked to the back of the building and started talking to Sophia,'' Sorry I am late Spoh''.