"Oh dang, I overslept!" A frantic Ashley Pendleton said, racing out her door. She was more tired than usual, as last night had been a lengthy full moon. Naturally, being a werewolf, her family had to stay up to do, well, werewolf things. However, Ashley had never slept this late before, and it practically surprised herself. Sure, she was lazy and laid back, but never to this degree. She was almost impressed with herself. Wow, good job, Ms. Pendleton. You have finally gone the laziest you've ever been. She sarcastically thought to herself.
However, now was not the time. It was time for her to focus on getting to class as quickly as possible. It also didn't help that her house was on the other side of the forest, the opposite of where the school was. Quickly, Ashley burst out the door and started sprinting as fast as she could. Her hands gripped to her lunch, as she had to quickly grab it during her mad dash out the door. She started to pant heavily after a while, but still kept trudging on, trying her best to channel her inner wolf to have the strength to keep running. "I'm almost there." She huffed, the sight of the school in her sight. However, something odd skewed her vision. A red figure sat underneath one of the snowy white trees. She quickly went to go investigate it, until she tripped and landed on her face.
"Hey, what was-." Ashley stopped and turned at the figure. It was girl, about her age, sobbing uncontrollably. Ashley blushed to herself. She felt a bit bad, a little confused as to why she wasn't in school, but she mostly felt the drops of guilt flood throughout her body. The girl was familiar, one that had been in Ashley's first period class, but that was all that there was to say. Ashley didn't really communicate with many people that often. She mainly just kept to herself and focused on her grades."Oh, jeez!" She proclaimed, a bit startled. She didn't know what to do. She didn't really introduce herself much, let alone knew how to cheer people up. Oh man, what do I do, what do I do!?! She thought to herself panicked. However, before she could do anything, a needle felt like it went through her skin. A cold sharp one that slithered throughout her body, until there was nothing. Ashley had been in such a rush, she had ran as fast as she could, for a long time, without having time to grab any winter wear. The poor wolf girl stared at the beautiful, cold sky, before going from seeing white, to black.