The mirror's glare shimmered, bouncing the Sun's reflection of light onto the caramel skin of Rowan. It warmed part of her face and arm as she stayed in the light, planning her next move.
Her black painted nails grazed her skin and she lightly tapped her legs, worried about her outfit.
Her short, mint green hair complimented her beautiful white antlers. She wore a yellow and black checkered sweater, and her overall skirt was black, and had yellow poka dots decorating the fabric. Her black flats with a yellow bow tied it all together, and she looked like a cute bumble bee. Her innocent, blue eyes looked herself up and down in the mirror, and she was ready to go.
"Rowan! Are you almost ready?" Her mothers voice was right outside the door.
Her mom stepped into the room, carrying a plate of eggs and toast. Her mom didn't have a lot of cooking skills when it came to breakfast, but she sure did put all of her effort into cooking when dinner comes around everynight.
"I'm ready," she told her mother. She took the eggs with a fork, plopped it on her toast, and kissed her mom on the cheek.
Before she headed out, she noticed her mom standing there.
"Mom, you know that I can do this. I've done it for years." Rowan spoke the same words everyday, but her mom never listened.
"I just want to make sure you're safe, and that you don't break anything." Her mom watched Rowan, and made sure she had everything with her. Her white backpack, a nice outfit, and her gorgeous smile.
Rowan chuckled and rolled her eyes. She acted like she hated it when her mom stood there every morning, but she loved it. She loves the attention anybody gives her. Rowan doesn't beg for it, but when the spotlight is on her, it's her favorite time of the day.
Rowan took a step back, and leaped onto the mirror, and glided straight through it.
She fell past the familiar objects. A notebook, a house, slice of pizza, and many more objects. Whichever object you choose, it carried you to a different place. Of course, one object could mean a number of things, so you have to study each object in a book that can be accessed in a special part of any library. All the way in the back, under the farthest chair. Cut the fabric under, and there it is. Sometimes, there's more than one. Depends on how many Eudokians live in the area.
One object will sometime spread to a number of places in Eudoke. Eudoke is the second home to Eudokians. If you picked the pizza sliced for example, it would disperse to the many restaurants in Eudoke.
Rowan glided her way to the notebook, indicating that she would soon arrive at school.
The notebook opened, and a drawing of a school was right smack in the middle of a page. She stepped on it, and she felt the air rush up, lifting her hair and a little bit of her skirt. Sparks surrounded her body, and green dust started attaching to her body.
Suddenly, everything stood still. She was surrounded by other green circles that teleported other students to the school.
Rowan stepped of the green circle, which is commonly known as Crystal Teleporters, and she was on her way to her first class.