The first time something abnormal happened to Sarah was when she was a toddler. She was playing with her bear when she heard her mom down the hall talking about her. Since she was so young, she wasn't able to understand everything being said but she clearly heard the words "she's different and special. She can't go to a normal school."
A couple years in the future, Sarah is about to start Kindergarten. She's excited for the year to come. She's so excited that she starts jumping up and down on the bed. Before she knew it, her feet were slowly coming up off of the ground and not coming back down. She showed for her mother to come to her room.
A few months later, the two come home from going out to eat. They find their apartment door unlocked. The mother pushed Sarah behind her while opening the door. They walked into the kitchen to find the fridge and oven open. Everything was gone. The mother started freaking out so Sarah tugged on her shirt. "It's okay Mommy. We got this."
In the 3rd grade, Sarah started getting frustrated with a girl that was picking on her. Instead of doing anything physical, Sarah clenched both her fist. Just as she did so, the snow globe on one of the desk shattered immediately. A coldness filled her body.
Sarah was running late for school one day in 5th grade. She ran out of her apartment building, held her hand out to get the drivers attention, and shouted "Wait!". The bus halted to a stop. As she came around to the doors, the driver looked at her with fear in his eyes.