OhNo! is sitting in a men's room when a star falls from the sky and crashes into her. She wakes up with no pants on and no memory of what happened. OhNo!s mother helps her up, and she apologizes for the mess. OhNo! is confronted with the realization that she is not loved by her family. She is lonely and has no one to help her. ohNo!s mother is struggling with the loss of her daughter. She tries to reflect these emotions. She is trying to cope with the loss and regain identity.
I wake up to my mother's voice. I'm on the floor of the men's room. I don't remember how I got here. My pants are off. There's broken glass all around me. And a star is lodged in the wall above the toilet.
"OhNo!" my mother cries. "What have you done?!"
I try to get up, but she helps me up and leads me out of the bathroom. People are staring. I'm making a scene. My pants are around my knees.
"I'm fine," I say.
"You're not fine," she says. "What is wrong with you?"
I walk outside with my mother. We sit on the steps of the library. The sun is shining. I'm cold. We wait for my father to come pick me up.
"I don't want to be like this anymore," I say. I'm crying.
"I know," she says.
"I'm sorry for what I did in the bathroom."
"It's not your fault, OhNo!" she says.
"I know you're sad."
"You have been acting out lately," she says. "I'm sorry I haven't been paying attention."
"It's okay," I say. "You're busy."
"I don't have to work anymore," she says. "I'll be home more."
We wait for my father. My mother keeps patting my knee, but it hurts. It's like she's trying to make it better, but she doesn't know how.
"What's wrong with me?" I ask her.
"It's a phase," she says. "You'll grow out of it."
The driver picks me up and takes me home, and I don't want to get out of the car because I'm afraid.