Her thoughts seemed to purposefully stay away from the subject of her brother, she felt numb, in her hands she held a teddybear, Nate had given it to her. The item seemed hollow to her right now, as she looked at it she saw it for what it was, a stuffed animal, not the gift she had received and held such affection for. Not that there was much visually special about the bear, it was brown, a little fluffy in its material and had blank staring brown eyes. Part of the bear's thread mouth had come away, it now looked like an L with a broken hinge.
Cara put the bear aside and looked out of the window, she had been sitting on her bed, in her room sulking for the past hour and a half already. Her baby sitter hadn't bothered to come upstairs and see how she was, Cara could have snuck out of the house had she been halfway inclined to. As her eyes rose to see what interests the window could bring to her life she paused. Her little body, now so small without the layers of clothing grew perfectly still. Her little slim form in her pink long sleeved top and black trash it bottoms stopped dead as her widening eyes stared out of her window.
Just outside her window she could see the strange figure from before, he still had no shoes on and it seemed nothing much had changed about him since before. What held her attention though was the fact he was in mid air and floating. The little girl stood, unknowingly knocking the bear to the ground where it had sat on her bed, she walked to the window. It was a struggle to get the lock undone, it was also hard for her to slide the window up and open, managing this though she looked at the floating figure.
"H...how are you doing that?" She asked, it being the most important question of the moment she wanted to ask it first. "I saw you at the lake, you weren't doing that, how are you able to fly?" Her voice would have been filled with awe had the day not turned out how it had, as it was her voice was calm, not quite but almost flat.