14. School Days
Emilia was starting university today and was pretty nervous about it even though it was something she'd really enjoy. She pulled out of nursing and got a spot on the teaching course so she could become an elementary school teacher. She was wearing black jeans, a checked shirt with a vest underneath and black converses, her hair was straightened and down to show her recently redone ombre and she had on foundation, powder, nude eyeshadow, mascara, eyeliner and her pale pink MAC lipstick. She left Grace in bed fso went and made some breakfast before driving into Minneapolis for her first class at 9am.
She parked in the parking lot, picked up her black leather bag and walked into the building. A stampede of noise then hit her like a ton of bricks, all the new people bustling round the halls finding there classes. She went into her classroom and sat down next to a girl wearing black hipster style glasses, black jeans, a pink shirt and a black hoodie, with her face hardly made up with red lipstick being a statement and her blond hair up in a bun with her fringe falling over her face. "Hi I'm Chelsey." She said introducing herself, holding out her tanned hand which was home to some pretty long acrylic nails. "I'm Emilia." She said back to Chelsey. "So where are you from?" She asked. "I'm originally from North Dakota but my dads an army captain so we've been everywhere. I lived in California for 5 years but I moved here for school as my dad was stationed in St Cloud and I broke up with my long-term boyfriend." She explained. "You?" She asked. "I'm from North Dakota to, I'm from Minot." She explained. "How long were you with your boyfriend?" She asked. "About 4 years, he wasn't the greatest guy to be fair but we had a child almost a year ago." Emilia said. "I have a daughter to, Mya. She turned 2 last month I had her with my ex since 7th grade." Chelsey said. "Really! My Grace is means the world to me. I feel awful leaving her at home." Emilia said. "It's good to get away from mom life though." Chelsey said, beginning to laugh. Emilia was now starting to have a good feeling about this.