Anabelle's eyes flew open as she jolted awake. She had imagined the accident again. She shook her head as she ran her fingers through her hair. She looked around the masters suite of her apartment. Ana had actually done a good job, even though she used a little bit of her money to buy the apartment. It was located in the SoHo area, and with her work near. She actually made a fair amount of money, and when she had just bought the place, she decorated with as much style as she could. The apartment actually reflected how she was. It was full of colorfull paintings, but the furniture was more of glass and whites so it wouldn't stand out like the paintings. She had actually pleased with the paintings, since she had done them herself. She stood up and stretched, heading towards the bathroom.
When she got out, she had already showered, brushed her teeth and her hair was still damp from the shower. She quickly dressed in a short, white, strapless sundress and strappy wedges. Anabelle looked down at her outfit and sighed a little, she needed to get less fancy clothes. These were the ones she had bought beffore or had before. She could afford those types of clothes before, but now she could afford some jeans and a tee. She put on a sleeveless jean jacket on top and grabbed her purse with all her personal belongings she needed there. She placed her MK bag on the kitchen counter, grabbed some oreos and milk. She went over to the living room couch and sat down with her food, turning on the television.
Anabelle smiled as she saw the Merry Mens news. She rolled her eyes at the word 'mens', she was a woman, but 'Merry people' or something would have sounded horrible. She finished eating her oreos and put her cup on the sink before stepping out and locking the door behind her. She hummed to the elevators song as it went down. She went outside and looked around, deciding to go to Robert's place to congratulate him. Plus, she was bored and her work wasn't until the afternoon. She began walking towards his apartment confidently. When she got there, she knocked three times and lowered her hand, waiting for somebody to open the door.