The night had fallen and while most upon the bus had fallen asleep, Audrey had leaned there quietly looking out the window. She'd lost count of the mile markers a few hours back and now with the sun having crept behind the backdrop of mountains, her mind began to wander of her past. Life had been good for a while, jobs were plentiful and she was rising in the career of her choice, photography. No one had seen the warning signs that were showing, least of all her. It was a tale of her endurance, or lack there of it seemed. The voices that had crept to her mind, the phantom emails and texts that often sent her in a fit of paranoia that no one else could see but her. It was no wonder she thought that people had pushed her away, her luck having gone drastically down hill. After all who would want to hire a photographer who had been hyped out on anti depressants and anxiety pills most of the time. No Audrey hadn't a hope in the world when she left NYC for the reclussive life she was heading towards. Going from a bustling city whose life never seemed empty to now a quiet little town where the population seemed to be less than her old highschool class. The breath that escaped with such a thought had fogged up the window considerably, fingertips easing up to wipe streaks through it in her boredom. She could have sat there talking to herself, but would that make her demons awake once more ? No she couldn't risk it and so she shoved the thoughts of self coping away and leaned her head back against the seat shutting her eyes in order to rest a bit. They'd only been closed what seemed like a few moments, but when the lights suddenly came on she found herself wide awake and unfocused. Glancing down to her watch the time read just past 3 am. A hand coming up to rub the sleep from her eyes haphazardly at best. "I couldn't have slept that long. " She whispered to herself before looking up to see the signs indicating her destination had been reached. Frowning she seemed a bit confused, but alas she'd push it off to being over tired and perhaps the results of her medication. Rising she pulled her purse over her shoulder and waited to exit the bus. The others seemed to all grasp at the opportunity at the same time and thus a traffic jam seemed to hold things up. When the last had passed her by she'd step out into place, following the slow procession down the isle and off the bus entirely. Most had already acquired their luggage and were off towards the truck stop for a quick bite to eat. Audrey seemed to fall still in a small state of confusion. The town was dead it seemed, the lone lights of the truckstop blinking only half lit in the distance had been the only signs of life. Well that and the barrage of people who were now heading towards it renewed anticipation of souvenirs and a bite to eat. "Here you go Miss, name please." The mans voice came to her ears, startling Audrey a bit as a blank expression had met his gaze. "Oh. yeah, Audrey Buchane. " she said quietly as her gaze followed his movements to the under carriage. He fumbled with one and then another and finally pulled hers ,checking the tag against the name she had given. " Here we go, you sure travel light Miss. " All she could do was offer a smile, not wishing to give an explanation of why her things were so light. " Thank you. " She responded and then like the rest she was heading off towards the diner for nothing more than a map of the town she would call home.