“Well here goes!” Sabrina slowly descended the cold metal winding staircase into the darkness.
“Charlotte”… there was no answer.
Once reaching an uneven stone floor she noticed a light coming from a partially opened door. When the creaky door opened she found Charlotte hunched over a book in front of a fire place. By the light it provided as well as a few candles she seemed to be possessed and was talking in a sharp and strange language.
“Charlotte!” She didn’t answer. At that same moment the flames seemed to create something and then it became dead quiet.
What happens next? make your guess in the comments.
Today I will share with you a segment of a book I have been writing. A segment of this frightening but splendid tale will be published every Sunday so enjoy!
The house was strange and not the most pleasant thing to be walking into. “It is the only place where we can practice in private”, Charlotte said.
“I don’t know”? Sabrina questioned.
Ignoring her doubts Charlotte said; “I have cleaned up the interior and it’s pretty nice for being built in 1875”.
“Can’t we just do witch craft in your kitchen?” asked Sabrina. A storm was coming in and the wind was howling and Charlotte’s fishtail braid was swinging.
“NO, you have to have a place sealed off from prying spirits” Charlotte hissed. The house seemed to let out a groan.
“Oh great so now ghosts are involved, oh well”
Sabrina was about to open the door when Charlotte said “wait, there is a secret entrance” and by moving the broken porch swing she swung open a trap door and descended into the darkness. It was pouring now and Sabrina was soaked and all alone.
“Charlotte!” There was no answer just darkness.
Stay tuned for more exhilarating tales of “Witchcraft on Williams Street”………………………..
Top 10 copious ideas I had today before breakfast:
1) Buy swimwear fabric and make a swimmable mermaid tail
2)Create my own musical including everything from costumes, to directing, and even starring in the show
3)Study whales and sea turtles to be an expert at Marine Quest
4)Write a blog post
5)Play with my guinea pig
6)Water, weed, and plant my own garden
7)Get into a good book
8)Make awesome eye pillows to sell on my blog ($10 a pillow, for every $100 I will donate $20 to an organization called shot@life that takes the $20 and saves children’s lives)
9)Have an awesome day
My last post was about the stress of Tv and that is why I haven’t written lately is because of my technology freeze. I am very sorry for not writing and will get on track. School is almost over for me and I am kinda scared. This is the end of elementary school and on to something very new. In the next 1 and 1/2 days we have graduation and goodbye. It is a strange experience and I feel like I am breaking down but I am yet strangely excited. For me it is bitter-sweet for while I won’t miss some people I also have developed connections and am slightly sad to never see them again. But I have got to stop or else I will make myself cry so I have to breathe. I feel like I am catching up in my life but very quickly and lets just say I don’t feel ready. Does that sound premature to state it that way? Well I know some of you can’t read a chapter book so as always feel free to leave comments!
I think everyone is in the grip of tv and such, me and my family feel so we will be turning of the tv and going a few days tv free. I know there are some people who don’t even own tvs but those of us who do and are activly on them are in a rut and trust me its terrible. No one wants to start summer break tired and lazy so we are wondering if the tv goes so will our funk. I challenge you to try to go two days with no tv. This will just show if you and your family relies mainly on the tv to pass time and start conversations. While this seems ridiculous justhink about. Please leave comments below to tell how it went or how its going. And remember if you need any advice just leave a comment.
Our end of grade tests have made me busy so that is why I have not made any posts recently. With so much going on I also haven’t had a chance to answer comments so I hope I can get to that soon. If you have any ideas on things you would like me to write about just leave a comment and I’ll try to do a post. Thank you for your support as this is a big leap for any one to put themselves out there. As said in the title these long tests can be stressful but like life we have to move on and try our best. As I sit here I am constantly thinking about what to write but find that the more I do that the more I am stumped. Lets just say I have to make this a habit. Stange but true this does scare me. Everyone in my family is leaping out into the world and since I’m the yougnest I almost feel like I have to work extra hard to keep up. Lets face it sometimes being the youngest sounds fun but your more than likley going to watch older sibilings get things before you, A new bike, A phone, stay up late, get to go out with freinds. It seemed like even when we went to amusment parks I was too small to ride the rides. If your the oldest child in a family and your saying we have to wait too, I want to ask you if you had to see other sibilings go before you. I am sorry if this comes across mean like I said I am stressed. If you have comments or questions I will try to get back to you.