by Sandy Kay Slawson
"Shaylee Reed didn’t believe it now any more than she did before. Before the world—her world, crashed around her. Literally. One moment the drive home from school with her mom had been the same as usual.
“How did your day go?” said her mom.
“Fine,” said Shaylee in her normal every day response.
“Anything interesting happen?”
“How did you do on your Science test?”
“I don’t know, maybe ok.”
Same old. Same old..."