For the first time, she felt happiness.
Complete, utter, content, bliss.
But due to the nature of her mind, something was bugging her, still – and it brought her mood down some.
You see, the fact that she had never at one stage in her life felt happy, meant that her brain seemed to be accustomed to depressive tendencies.
She felt as though she didn’t know how to handle being happy.
It was always ever-so elusive in her life, so the sudden change brought much confusion with it.
She began to do normal things in life. Brushing her teeth and hair, showering, getting out of bed. But there was a looming voice that told her she couldn’t do the whole happiness thing, because she simply didn’t know what it was, for she had never felt it before.