Dimension Army: The Private Assembly (Ch.1 Pt.2) "Name?" a voice said as I snapped out of my daze. I looked up, the person had thinning hair and glasses. A school secretary, there are so many of them, but I always seem to remember their faces. "Name, please?" he repeated in a louder voice, I guess he thought I didn't hear him.
"Uh..." my mind went blank and for a moment, "Zaltana Zaya?" I finally spit out. He looked at me like I had four heads, and then looked onto a computer screen.
"I.D. Please?" he said. I reached into the pocket of my dress and pulled out my wallet, and gave him my I.D. card. He scanned it, and then the scanner made a beeping noise.
"Right hand please." my nose crinkled, he had a bit of a nasally voice. I stuck my right hand out and he took the same scanner he scanned my card with, and held it above the back of my hand. He pressed a button on it, and it sprayed some strange chemical on me that I only felt, and couldn'
Dimension Army: The Private Assembly (Chp.1 Pt. 1) I sat alone on one of the many benches outside the high school building, my head rushing with anxiety. My hands where shaking, today was the day every child wondered what held. I ran my shaking finger tips across the smooth turquoise plastic seat of the bench. I reached into my bag, and pulled out the calming medicine and popped a few more of them. I tilted my head back and breathed in the air and felt the rush of calm chills run through me. I loved the immediate effect the medicine had. I ran my fingers through my short silky black hair, and decided it was probably time that I went inside. My bag was filled with books from work the previous night so I had to go to my locker first. I slowly walked to the door and opened my eye wide for the retina scanner. The white doors turned green with a long beeping noise. I walked in and headed for my locker. For some reason I loved walking in heels. It gave me the feeling of beauty and importance, hearing the sound o