Well, here goes. Background Information:

Camrick, from another dimension has just escaped. By doing this, she somehow accidentally went into a different dimension- ours. In this process, she has forgotten all of her past other than basic things like her name, how to talk, and age. Other than that, she has no idea who her family is. Now, her journey is to find out her past.

"Where am I?" I thought to myself. I did not remember anything that had just previously happened. All I could see was that I had no clue where I was. The people there were different. Actually, they looked just like me- human, and fortunately, some spoke English, but they dressed differently and seemed to have different rules.

I decided to explore my new environment. I found fast cars, busy people, and buildings that reached sky high. Not knowing what to do, I decided to get something to eat. It was a city after all; there must be some food. I went into an enormous building, what the people called a "mall". In there was a variety of merchandise to be sold and to be bought.

"How much is this?" I asked the owner as I pointed to the loaves of bread.

"$2.75 each." He replied.

"What was this thing called dollars?" I thought. That wasn't the currency I remembered using. "Uh, thanks." I quickly replied. I couldn't put my finger on it, but I knew something was missing, something important. But what could it be?

"Excuse me miss, but if you aren't going to buy anything, could you please step aside, for other customers to be able to?" I heard a voice say.

At first, I looked puzzled, like I had no clue what he had just said, but then, just realizing how long I had been standing here thinking, I saw a mob of angry customers impatiently waiting for me to get out of the way.

"Sorry." I said, as I moved out of the shop. Then I sat down. Trying to get back to what I was thinking, I felt lost. Currently, I was trying to look for something yet I didn't know what. But before I continued, I was starving, and I needed something to eat. I needed to know what "dollars" were and how to get them. However, since this currency seemed so common among these people, I was too embarrassed not to know what they were. Instead, I began to look for some.

I searched through endless floors of the mall, and in the process, I almost lost track of where I was, being in a big mall. It must have been fate, but I found a 50-dollar bill on the floor. I didn't know about this dimension's policy, but mine was finder's keepers, especially if it was impossible to return to the rightful owner.

Doing this, I went back to the shop and was now selecting a loaf of bread. "Back again I see." Said the owner. I nodded. "Are you new in town? You're not one of the usual customers I see."

"Yes, I am." I replied, and bought the loaf of bread and left before I could give more of myself away knowing that not only was I not from town, I wasn't even from the same dimension. I needed to get ID fast, a name, a place, and a telephone number that actually existed. I knew this from past experience somehow.

With the remaining of the 50, I bought myself an on-sale cell phone, cheap, and searched for an apartment nearby. There, I rented, and now, I was able to have a name and address. The place I rented out was not the greatest. For example, it was fairly old, and it obviously needed a painting job. But in the position I was currently in, I was in no position to be picky. I was lucky the owner didn't ask for where I previously lived, or my previous employment. Surprisingly, the landlord didn't really seem to care too much. Well, it was in my favour so I didn't complain. Now all I had to do was look for a job, to keep my status. I thought that could wait another day. I had already got a number, and a place to live. I decided to celebrate, by getting myself a fast-food dinner, and relaxing for the rest of the day.

Author's note: I know, this is a relatively short chapter, and I fast forwarded things quite a bit, but nevertheless, tell me what you think. please=0) Also, if you have any suggestions, please feel free to tell me.