she looked around frantically, hair stuck up at the side of her head, believing that there was a reason, an excuse even, which would help her to cope with everything. it wasn't easy being popular, so easily recognized even when she stepped out 2-minutes for the mails. after all these years living under the bright spotlight, she thought by moving to a different place, steered clear of the busy town, she would be safe. only now did she realized it was anything but. it followed her everywhere, every corner, like some curse or disease she couldn't quite shake off. taking shelter behind the first gigantic pillar she laid eyes on, she took a deep breath like what he instructed beforehand. it's time to come up with plan, she thought, shoulder slumping heavily.