Calmina listened to him even though she knew something wasnt right, and nothing was going to be ok. The bike roared louder as she approached her hometown, the entrance seemed to be welcoming but she wasnt sure that it was even safe. They slowed entering the town, the usual roads were silent and deserted, houses didnt have lights on and a strange erie silence went through the town. She couldnt tell if anyone was around from where they where but as turning the corner she could see several cars parked at odd angles and homes boarded up. What had happened to her home? Calmina and Nestor slowed the bike so they could look at what was around them, trying not to stir anything or anyone near them. Several blocks had gone by with the same looks, homes boarded up, lights off, cars unattended and silent. They approached Calmina's home and gently hopped off the bike they placed in her driveway. She noticed that her home was the only one not boarded up, hoping to god that isnt a sign they made their way to the front door.
She gently placed her ear against the door and listened intently for any intruders, she couldnt hear anything and turned the doorknob slowly. The click of the lock peirced the air as the door slowly swung inward. Her lights were off so she reached for the switch, the lights burned her eyes as they looked around. Noone was home.
Releived, Calmina and Nestor settled inside by locking the front door and dimming the living room lights, maybe everyone else had a point.
She didnt know what to do, other than going to the refridgerator and grabbing a beer.