Tuesday, June 30, 2009

MR Fanfic (MPOV) Chapter twenty-three

Author's Note: DOES ANYONE THAT READS MY BLOG ACTUALLY READ THESE STUPID STORIES?? If so, please leave some feedback! Now, on with the story.

We had been walking for hours, but it felt like we'd been walking for eternity. I leaned against a tree and closed my eyes. I hadn't heard any sign of pursuit, so I figured a break was in order. "I hate walking." I muttered as Jasmine leaned against the tree opposite of me.

"That's only because you have wings. Some of us lame, earthbound people actually like it." She panted out. She looked tired. I rolled my eyes then turned back to her.

"You're not lame. You tossed an M-Geek out the window and knocked out a whitecoat." I said, softly. She was pretty impressive for a regular kid. Jasmine shrugged and looked around as my stomach growled... LOUDLY. She turned to look at me with a raised eyebrow and I smiled sheepishly. Jasmine chuckled then looked away again.

"How close is the road?" She asked. I shrugged.

"Not sure. I'll go up and look again." I said. I jumped into the air and let out my wings, quickly pushing them down then up, feeling the wonderful rhythm lift me into the air... When I was above the trees, I took a look around. The road was closer now, but I calculated at least another hour of walking, if we walked fast and didn't take any breaks. I flew back down to Jasmine and sighed.

"We gotta keep walking, don't we?" She asked. I nodded. "How long?"

"A couple hours, I'm guessing..." I replied slowly. Jasmine looked up at the sky and frowned.

"It's gonna be getting dark soon..." She said softly.

"Then I guess we'd better be going." I said as I started trudging towards the road. Jasmine followed after me, keeping up pretty well.

Well, since the walking was one of the most boring things ever, I'll just skip past that to when we got to the road. When we got there, the sun had set. But it was still sorta light out. Jasmine looked down the road and sighed. She looked beat at this point. I bet I looked awful close to beat, though...

"Which way?" Jasmine asked me. I ran my hand through my messy hair.

Stop a car. The Voice suddenly piped up.

"We need to stop the next car. Maybe they'll give us money for food or a lift or something." I said as my stomach growled again. I was officially starving at this point. The less rational part of me was wishing I was back at that building of evil just so I could eat. The rational part of me was ready to eat the less rational part, so I didn't think that being irrational ever again was going to be a problem.

Just then, I saw headlights coming from our left. Jasmine and I began waving our arms and yelling for them to stop or something. Of course, they didn't stop. They zoomed right on by. We stared after them and Jasmine sighed.

"Well, that worked." She said sarcastically. I wanted to punch a tree. Three cars went by after that, and I was about ready to take down the entire forest behind us with brute force. I saw more headlights to our left and clenched my fists.

"How much you wanna bet they're not gonna stop?" I asked Jasmine.

"I'll bet you ten bucks that they will stop." Jasmine grumbled, then she ran right in front of the car. The car skidded to a stop and the man inside began yelling at Jasmine. She looked over at me and nodded. I walked over to the driver's side of the car and knocked on his window. He rolled it down and glared at me.

"What?" He snapped. I glanced back over at Jasmine and she mouthed "Tell him the truth" to me. I sighed and rubbed my forehead.

"We're like, super lost. And hungry. Starving, even. Can you help us out?" I asked, hoping I sounded sweet enough. This guy didn't look like he was buying it. I looked away, sighed, and shook my head. "Okay, you want the whole truth? We were kidnapped by... I don't even know who. We escaped earlier this evening and have been walking for HOURS. I'm hungry, she's hungry, I need to get back to my family. Please, please help us!" I explained. He still looked a bit sceptical.

"Tell him your name." Jasmine suddenly suggested. She was still standing in front of the car.

"My name is Maximum Ride." I hoped some recognition would show on his face. None did. "I have a book series named after me... Written by this dude named James Patterson..." I said slowly.

"OH! I know James Patterson! He wrote that Alex Cross book, right?" The guy said, smiling.

"Yes, and he wrote a bunch books about me and my Flock." I continued explaining. "The first one is Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment, then there's School's Out Forever, and-"

"Wait... I think my daughter told me about those books... Aren't they about some kids that can fly or something?" The man interrupted me.

"Yes! Yes they are!" I said, suddenly excited.

"And you want me to believe you can fly...?" He asked slowly. I sighed as I saw where this was going.

"Prove it to him!" Jasmine suddenly yelled. My shoulder's slumped as I took a step back from the car. I slowly unfolded my wings and watched his eyes widen.

"So... You really are Maximum Ride..." He said slowly. "My daughter would love to meet you!" He exclaimed, pushing the unlock button on the car. I hesitated as I always do, wondering if this was really a good idea.

Don't worry, you'll be fine. The Voice suddenly said. Just go and meet his daughter. You might even find a computer... You could contact Fang that way. The Voice made a good argument. And so did my growling stomach. So, I got in. Jasmine followed me and got into the backseat with me. I noticed that this was just a regular old car. Nothing spiffy, and nothing suspicious... That was a good sign, right?

"Buckle up, ladies!" The man said as he looked into his rear-view mirror at us. We did as we were told (for once) then he started to drive. I glanced over at Jasmine, and she actually looked just as tense as I did. I decided that I really did like this girl.

Monday, June 29, 2009

HP, chapter 9

Samantha walked quietly down the hall, hoping no one heard her. She was aloud to be out and about, but that didn't mean she wanted everyone to know she was eavesdropping. She stopped outside the door to Professor Longbottom's office and put her ear to the door. She could only hear the muffled words and different voices. Samantha reached into her pocket and pulled out the ear she had bought from George's prank shop. She put the ear over her own and slowly stuck the string connected to it under the door. She heard everything perfectly after that.

"What are we going to do?" She heard Longbottom ask. He sounded worried.

"We'll have to go look for her again!" It was a different teacher... Samantha couldn't remember his name.

"Why aren't we out there right now looking for her? It's the middle of the night, she could be in grave danger! She could even be dead!" The last sentence was hissed, but Samantha still heard it. It made her blood run cold.

"She's not dead! If she was dead we would have found her!" Longbottom said, panic rising in his voice.

"Professor McGonagal, what're we gonna do?" Hagrid asked. He sounded defeated... Samantha felt bad for him. She felt worse for Professor mcGonagal, though. After all, she was the one who organized their punishment.

"We're not going to make a big deal of this! We're going to stay calm and think of something to tell the students. Some of them will notice she's gone and ask questions. Rumors will circulate and we have to make sure parents don't find out." McGonagal said quickly and quietly. Samantha clenched her fists at her sides. They were going to lie to the students, she knew it. When were they going to go find Andrea?

"When will we be going out again to find her?" Longbottom suddenly voiced Samantha's question. Samantha heard a sigh and waited for someone to reply. Finally, McGonagal did.

"We'll have to look for her after all of the classes are finished. We don't want to make the students suspicious. If they find out, they'll tell their parents and Hogwarts will be ruined." McGonagal said sadly.

More like you'll be ruined. Samantha thought as she glared at nothing. She heard what sounded somewhat like a growl.

"Why can't we just go look for her NOW?!" Professor Longbottom practically yelled.

"If you want to go look for her now, be my guest." McGonagal replied softly. Samantha heard footsteps coming towards the door. She jumped up and ran down the hall, making it to the end of the hallway just in time. Just as she turned the corner, Professor Longbottom stormed out of the room. Samantha leaned against the wall and closed her eyes. She heard more footsteps follow after Longbottom's and was relieved that he wasn't going out there alone.

Samantha walked down a few hallways until she came to a window looking out over the Forbidden Forest. She saw a few teachers walk into the Forest with their wands lit. Samantha sighed and closed her eyes. She suddenly felt an icy hand on her shoulder and glanced over to see nearly-headless Nick standing next to her.

"Andrea will be all right." He said softly. Samantha smiled sadly.

"Yeah... Whatever you say." She replied as she gazed back out the window. She only hoped Sir Nicholas was right...

Thursday, June 25, 2009

HP, Chapter 8, continued

"Um... Do either of you know how to get back to Hogwarts?" Andrea asked quietly. Archie and Scruffy both looked up at her.

"Nope. Not even sure how you strayed this far out into the forest." Scruffy replied.

"Sorry..." Archie said softly. He looked genuinely sad. Andrea bit her lower lip and rested her head on her knees. Archie looked up at Scruffy, who had gone back to his stick carving.

"Are you hungry, Andrea?" Archie asked. Andrea glanced up at him and shrugged.

"I'll take that as a yes." Scruffy said, standing up. His stick now had a good point on it. "You gonna put the fire on, Arch?" Scruffy asked as he turned around.

"Will do." Archie replied as he too stood up. Andrea watched as Scruffy walked off into the forest and Archie began making a fire. Archie gathered some sticks and put them into a small pile in the middle of a circle of large rocks. Andrea put her head down again and closed her eyes. Part of her wanted to cry, but she didn't want to cry in front of a complete stranger... Instead, she decided to ask some questions.

"How did you end up in here if your just a regular person?" Andrea heard Archie sigh and she glanced up. His back was to her, and he already had a fire going.

"Well, it's just easier for someone like me to live out here. Since I couldn't get a job, I didn't have any money, and a place to stay costs money... So, with no where else to turn, I just came out here." Archie finished his rather short explanation without turning around.

"Don't you have any family?" Andrea asked. Archie didn't reply for a minute, instead he just appeared to be watching the fire.

"Scruffy's the closest to family I have now..." He said softly.

"How long have you been out here?" Andrea asked. She wondered if she should stop asking questions, but she was curious and didn't want to just sit there with her thoughts... Archie sighed again then replied.

"A while. A long while. It's hard to keep track of time when you don't have a watch or a calendar, and after a while, you don't really care anymore..." Archie let his voice trail off. Andrea didn't think she would stop caring about how long she was out here... She would think of a way to keep track.

"How did you meet Scruffy?" Andrea continued her questioning.

"Well, I came out here and came across him. I met him in the middle of the day, and he insisted that I stayed with him, at least for the evening." Andrea interrupted Archie to ask a question.

"What do you mean 'stay with him'? There's no house here."

"Actually, this is our house. This is where Scruffy brought me when we first met. He told me to make a bed... Higher up, he suggested. I had no idea what he meant by that, but I found out that night..."

"What do you mean?"

"I mean that that night was a full moon. That's why Scruffy told me to build a bed high up. And I did." Archie explained. Andrea felt the color rush out of her face.

"Wait... So... Scruffy's a... Werewolf??" Andrea asked slowly.

"Yes, but he's not one of the bad ones. I'll let him explain it to you." Archie replied. Andrea was really scared now... "Anyways, that night Scruffy made sure none of the bad werewolves came too close, and the rest is really history. Scruffy's like the big brother I never had." Archie finished and turned around, a small smile on his face. Just then, Scruffy walked back into the small clearing with three fish in his hands.

"I forgot I didn't bring anything to hold 'em in... So I only brought back three... If it's not enough, I'll go back for more." Scruffy said softly. He glanced over at Andrea and smiled. Andrea had a feeling that he had heard what she and Archie had been talking about. Archie took one of the fish and sat down on a stump near the fire. He pulled a sharp rock out of his pocket and began to skin the fish. Scruffy began skinning another fish with his pocket knife.

"You want one?" Scruffy asked, holding a partially skinned fish out to Andrea. She curled up a little more and shook her head. Scruffy glanced up at Archie, who shrugged.

"Give her time. She'll eat eventually." Archie said in a whisper. Scruffy looked at Andrea out of the corner of his eye and hoped Archie was right.

Andrea curled up as small as she could and bit her bottom lip. She had tears in her eyes, and she wanted to get out of the Forest. She hoped someone would find her soon. Archie and Scruffy seemed nice, but Andrea didn't want to be out here in the Forest with them. She wanted to be back in the school with her friends... Andrea closed her eyes as the first tear rolled down her cheek.

Monday, June 22, 2009

HP, Chapter 8

"Uuugh..." Andrea opened her eyes and looked around. Her head hurt, her side hurt, her back hurt... Well, basically everything hurt. She rubbed her eyes then blinked a few times, then propped herself up on her elbows. She looked around slowly and realized she was in a forest... She tried to remember what had happened, but she couldn't... Suddenly, she saw a man walk up to her. Andrea gasped and moved a few more feet away from him. His hair was messy, and he had a short beard. His clothes were baggy and ripped in places.

"Don't worry none, I ain't gonna hurt ya." He said as he sat down on a rock. He had a bit of a rough voice with an English accent mixed in. He smiled at Andrea, and she remarked that his teeth were surprisingly white. She had expected them to be yellow and rotting...

"Well, I would think you gave her quite a fright, coming up out of no where like that." Another voice came from her other side. Andrea quickly looked over and saw another man sitting next to her. He smiled warmly, and Andrea noticed that his skin was incredibly pale. He didn't show his teeth when he smiled, but he did have a fair amount of compassion in his eyes. He had short hair that was surprisingly neat, and he wore clothes that weren't nearly as baggy as the other man's clothes.

"Who...who are you? Where am I?" Andrea asked, edging farther back from both men.

"I, am Archibald Kruntz, and this is-" The pale man began, but the other one cut him off.

"I'm Scruffy, he's Archie. Simple as that." He replied. Andrea stared at them both, slightly confused.

"I don't know why you're so ashamed of your name, Scruffy." Archie said while shaking his head.
"'Cause it's stupid, that's why. My parents musta been drunk when they were namin' me." Scruffy said, frowning. He picked up a stick then reached into his pocket and pulled out a pocketknife. Scruffy began carving on the stick, mostly just giving it a point.

"Don't mind him, he has a bit of an attitude in the morning." Archie whispered to Andrea.

"I heard that!" Scruffy said loudly. Archie smirked and his eyes twinkled.

"Now, as to answer your other question, you are in the Forbidden Forest." Archie said calmly. Andrea thought she was going to throw up. She remembered that she and Albus had come to a clearing...then...nothing.

"How did ya get here, anyways?" Scruffy asked.

"It was a punishment for breaking some rules." Andrea replied softly.

"You go to Hogwarts, then?" Archie asked as he stood up. Andrea nodded.

"Ah, I remember Hogwarts... Good times." Scruffy said absentmindedly.

"Do you remember anything else that happened?" Archie asked. He walked over to a bowl that was on a rock and pulled a piece of cloth out of it. The cloth was wet, so Andrea assumed there was water in the bowl. He began walking back towards Andrea as she shook her head. Archie sighed and kneeled down next to her. "I was afraid of that..." He said softly. Andrea went to move a little farther from him, but she moved right into Scruffy. She gasped and Scruffy shrugged.

"Why do ya keep gettin' scared of me?" Scruffy asked, smiling down at her.

"Because you appear out of no where." Archie replied shortly. Scruffy rolled his eyes and Archie glanced up at Andrea, then up at Scruffy.

"You can tell her." Scruffy said, sitting back on his heels. Archie sighed again and his shoulders dropped.

"Um, all right then... Uh, you have a bit of a side wound." Archie said quickly.

"What? What do you mean?" Andrea asked, wishing she could just disappear into the tree behind her.

"Um, if you could pull up your shirt just a little bit, just about an inch or two, I could show you..." Archie looked very uncomfortable, and Andrea was sure she mirrored his expression. She swallowed hard then lifted up her shirt about half an inch, then bent over and looked at her side. She saw bandages on it. She lifted her shirt up a bit more, and saw more bandages... Some of them were tinted read. Andrea put her shirt down slowly then looked up at Archie.

"We found you a little ways away... Scruffy thought he smelled something dead, and for a minute after we found you, I thought he meant you... But you were still breathing, barely, but still...so I guessed it was something else. You were bleeding badly, so we brought you back here and bandaged you up best we could. You can thank Scruffy for some of the bandages, because his clothes weren't quite as ripped before you came." Archie smiled sadly and Andrea looked away.

"What's your name?" Scruffy asked suddenly. Andrea brought her knees up to her chin and wrapped her arms around them. It hurt to bend like that, though.

"Andrea," She replied softly.

"That's a nice name." Archie said with a smile. He handed Andrea the wet cloth he had been holding and smiled.

"I was originally going to use that to clean your wound, but since you're awake now..." Archie stopped and shrugged.

"How did you know how to bandage it up so well?" Andrea asked. She hadn't really examined the bandage, but it looked like it was done by a professional.

"I trained to be a doctor for a while... Once I graduated, though, I couldn't get a job." Archie began explaining. He leaned back against a different tree and looked up at the leaves above him. "No one would let me work at a hospital because of how I looked. No matter what I said, they wouldn't listen." Andrea swallowed hard and thought she knew what was coming.

"Are you a...vampire?" She asked, afraid of the answer. She didn't want to be stuck in the Forbidden Forest with a vampire.

"No!" Archie yelled suddenly. Andrea jumped.

"Archie, no need to yell." Scruffy said, moving back to the rock he had been sitting on before.

"I'm sorry, it's just that... I'm so tired of people making that assumption because of how I look." Archie continued. "I have a condition that makes me look so pale, and-"

"And gives you fangs." Scruffy finished for him.

"I do not have fangs." Archie said, glaring at Scruffy.

"No, but you do have some awfully big incisors..." Scruffy mumbled. Archie sighed and looked away.

"They're canines, Scruffy. You of all people should know that..." Archie mumbled while picking up a twig off of the ground.

"So... You're not a vampire?" Andrea asked.

"Correct, I am not a vampire. I have an iron condition." Archie said shortly. Andrea looked down at her hands. She had a feeling this was going to be a long day... She wondered if either of these men knew how to get back to Hogwarts...

HP, Chapter 7, continued

Hagrid practically ran up the lawn to the steps, and Albus thought he was going to be sick. Both from what had happened in the Forest and from all of the bouncing. "Hey, how was-" Albus heard his brother's voice as Hagrid walked up the steps and through the big doors leading into the school. Albus caught a glance of James and Samantha, who were evidentally both standing there waiting for him and Andrea. Albus was still crying and tried to hide his face from James and Samantha as they walked past them. After just a few minutes, Albus realized he was being sat down in a chair. He looked around and realized he and Hagrid were in Professor McGonagal's office. Hagrid and McGonagal were talking, and all of the portraits were staring at Albus. Albus wiped his nose of his robe sleeve and tried to stop crying. His eyes hurt from crying so much...

"Albus, I need you to tell me what happened in there." McGonagal said softly but urgently. Albus nodded and sniffed, trying to stifle his sobs.

"We went down one of the paths while Hagrid and Fang went down the other one..." Albus began. McGonagal glanced over at Hagrid.

"Which path?" She asked. Albus wasn't sure who she was asking, but Hagrid answered.

"The safe one!" Hagrid said loudly as he threw his hands in the air. "I sent 'em down the safe one! I knew this was a bad idea." Hagrid mumbled the last bit, but McGonagal still heard.

"What happened next?" McGonagal asked Albus.

"We went down the path and came to a clearing, and it stunk." Albus hiccuped and McGonagal's brow creased.

"What did it smell like?" McGonagal continued her questioning.

"I'm not sure... We got there and we both heard something, so we turned to look. I heard something snap and I looked for what it was, and then-" Albus stopped and began crying again.

"Then what?"

"She screamed, and she was gone." Albus put his head in his hands and tried to curl up into a ball, but it was rather hard to do when he was sitting in a chair. Professor McGonagal stood up and talked to Hagrid some more.

"We'll send out some teachers to find her, and you'll be going out too. She can't be too far from there." Albus heard her say. He felt a hand on his shoulder. Albus looked up to see Hagrid standing there, a grim look on his face. Professor McGonagal looked up at Hagrid and gave him a quick nod.

"Come on, Albus. Back to your common room." Hagrid said, gently lifting him up. Albus walked out of the room, down the staircase, and back through the hallways to his common room. Albus walked through the door and realized Hagrid wasn't next to him anymore.

"Albus!" Holly cried as soon as he walked through the door. Albus looked up and wiped the tears out of his eyes. He had cried so hard that he didn't think he could cry anymore. He saw the rest of his friends standing near by, including James and Samantha. Holly ran right up to him and gave him a hug.

"W-where's Andrea?" Peter asked hesitantly. Albus looked up, and found to his surprise that he could cry some more. Samantha walked over to him and wrapped him up in a hug.

"It's okay, it's okay." She whispered in his ear. Albus didn't really think it was.

No one said anything for a while, they all just stood there like they were. Holly and Samantha hugging Albus and the others just staring. Albus didn't know how many people walked through the common room while they all just stood there... He didn't really care, either.

Suddenly, the door flung open and Professor Longbottom ran in. He stopped when he saw Albus being hugged. Longbottom walked over to him quickly and Holly and Samantha stepped back. Longbottom bent down to Albus's level and looked him in the eyes. Longbottom opened his mouth to say something, but didn't seem to find the words. So, he just hugged Albus quickly then walked farther into the common room, evidentally looking for something.

"It'll be okay, Albus. They'll find her." James said softly as Albus numbly made his way over to a chair in front of the fire. Albus curled up on the chair and watched the fire dance. He wondered what had happened to Andrea back there...and if they really would find her... Before he knew it, he was asleep...

Saturday, June 13, 2009

MR Fanfic (MPOV) Chapter twenty-two

I looked around frantically as we walked down the hallways. I noticed a door to our right down a small hallway. "This way, maybe this one leads out." I whispered. I let Jasmine look like she was leading, but it was hard because I wanted to get out so badly. She peered in the window and I pretended to look all "huffy-puffy" and angry.

"Coast is clear." Jasmine said, looking down at the doorknob on the door. She bent down and looked at it more carefully, then pulled out the large key ring she had taken from the whitecoat. She began flipping through the dozens of keys and finally came to one that she must have liked, because she tried it on the lock on the doorknob. She turned the key and smiled at me as the door opened. We walked inside and I noticed that this wasn't actually an exit. It was a just another room with lots of electrical equipment in it. I walked over to one of the many computers and looked at the screen.

"Hey, check this out." I said to Jasmine as I looked more closely at the screen. It had a diagram of a wolf on it and some writing in another language.

"It looks like...German." Jasmine said as she peered at the screen.

"Weird..." I said, wishing I could read German.

"Come on, let's go." Jasmine said, pulling me away from the computer. We walked out and continued our quest for an exit. We tried to look as normal as possible, which was kinda impossible...since we looked exactly alike. Jasmine put her head down as we walked past a whitecoat, but that didn't stop him from grabbing her shoulder and looking at her.

"Hey...you're-" Before I could even react, and before he could finish his sentence, Jasmine had punched him so hard he konked right out.

"Let's go!" Jasmine said, sounding freakishly like me. We ran down the hallway and kept turning with it, zooming past whitecoats and M-Geeks. Jasmine was pretty fast, but she started slowing down before I did. After all, she was just a regular human.

"Max...there's a wall." Jasmine said, coming to a stop. I looked forward and stopped just before I hit the wall. Unfortunately, I didn't account for sliding on the slippery floor, so I still hit the wall.

"Ugh..." I said, looking back at Jasmine. I rubbed my head and looked around. There was only a window. "We gotta jump." I said suddenly.

"What?" Jasmine said, staring at me like I was insane. I walked over to the window and looked out it.

"It's not that far..." I said, pretty much lying. It was at least a twenty foot drop. "Come on." I said, trying to open the window. It wouldn't open. "Guess I'll have to do it the old fashioned way..." I mumbled, stepping away from the window. I was about ten feet away from it, and I hoped that would give me enough force. I ran at the window and put my hands out in front of me. I smashed into the window...and it didn't break. I almost broke, though.

"Well, that worked well." Jasmine said sarcastically. Suddenly, I heard footsteps running down the hall towards us. I turned to look just as some M-Geeks turned around the corner and saw us.

"Great..." I said with a sigh. "There goes that plan..."

"Don't give up so easily." Jasmine said, clenching her fists. I watched in awe as she grabbed the nearest M-Geek and swung him through the window. The window smashed clean open, and the M-Geeks must have been in shock too, because they didn't do anything for a minute. I took that slot of time to jump out the window. I heard some more smashing from inside and went to go see if Jasmine was okay, when I saw the butt of a gun smashing at the last bits of glass in the window frame. Suddenly, Jasmine flipped herself out of the window so that she was just hanging onto the window sill. She looked over her shoulder at me and smiled, then dropped down to the window sill below her. I flew down by her and helped balance her so she didn't fall. Suddenly, I heard a bullet get fired.

"Let go!" Jasmine yelled at me. I did as she said and she jumped down to the ground as soon as I let go of her. Her jump was more of a back flip, though. She landed clumsily on the ground and I flew down by her. I landed much more neatly than she did, but I had wings...

"Come on!" I pulled in my wings and began running away, hoping Jasmine was following me. I heard more gunfire and sped up. Jasmine came up next to me and we ran into the woods that was near the building we had previously been in.

"Well...that was fun." Jasmine said as she leaned against the nearest tree. We were just beyond the tree line, hopefully out of the vision of the M-Geeks.

"We have to keep moving. They'll send out M-Geeks to get us." I said, hoping Jasmine was up for some hiking.

"Okay, but I have to loose this stupid white coat." Jasmine said, taking off the white coat and taking the keys out of her pocket. I nodded and looked around, wishing I could see more...

"Come on." I said, walking further into the woods. I heard Jasmine's footsteps following me and looked around more. "We need to find a road or something..." I mumbled.

"Go up for a minute and see what you can see." Jasmine said, panting slightly. I nodded and opened my wings, then shot up into the air. I looked around quickly and saw a road in the distance...the far distance. I dove back down to Jasmine and began leading the way towards the road.

While we were walking, I kept trying to figure out what had been on that computer screen...

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Just Let Me Scream...

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