Tuesday, January 6, 2009

The Tie That Binds, Part Three

The Tie That Binds, Part 3

Last time: Velvet and Paige had a fight because Velvet and Fiona ditched her bitch ass back in town. The parents yelled at Velvet and Fiona took a walk into the mysterious woods and met an even more mysterious man. I wonder what clever plot twist will happen next. The suspense is killing me!

January 2, 1743

“Mourning already,” Paige mumbled half asleep. Then she sat up and noticed it was still dark outside.

* * * * *

She was outside, she didn’t know why. She saw Vivian Danner screaming, standing over the dead bloody body of Adi. Fiona woke up screaming. Then Paige ran into the room.

“Fiona, what’s wrong,” she asked.

“Nothing, just a nightmare,” she said.

“It’s okay Fiona, it’s okay. There’s nothing to be afraid of,” said Paige. “Nothing at all.”

And how wrong she was. [Oooh, foreshadowing.]

* * * * *

When Paige left, Fiona got out of bead and over to her dresser where she kept all of her belongings. Then she noticed something. Her dresser was a mess. And that the only person whos been in there, was Velvet.

* * * * *

It was a little before dawn, but Adi didn’t care. He loved it outside before dawn. He looked up at the sky and noticed some clouds. “Snow clouds,” he mumbled to himself. There was going to be a blizzard, he new it! Better get inside before it starts, he thought.

* * * * *

“One damn clouds, two damn clouds, three damn clouds.” I really am pathetic, she thought, standing out here staring at and counting all the damned clouds. “I better get inside before it snows.” [I think I was starting to run out of ideas.]

* * * * *

Velvet was outside, in the middle of the woods the sun had been up for a while now. It felt as if it wer ten a.m. [Because she’s psychic like that.] “I really should go home now. I’ve been out here for five hourse,” she mumbled to herself. [There’s a lot of mumbling going on in this chapter.] Then she turned around and headed home.

* * * * *

It was ten-thirty wen she got home. Everyone was sitting down to breakfast when she walked into the sitting room. [They have a very late breakfast for a family of farmers.] “Hello every body, I’m home,” she said.

“Velvet, where have you been,” asked mother.

“Out,” was her simple reply.

“Velvet, whould you like some delicious breakfast,” asked Paige. “It is my specialty.” [I’m really wanting to smack Paige. They so need to do meaner things to her.]

“No thank you. I’m going over to the Danners,” said Velvet. Then she turned and left. [What was the point of even going home?]

* * * * *

About an hour and a half later she arrived at Vivan Danners. She knocked on the door lightly. A minute later Vivian opened the door.

“Why, hello Velvet,” she said. “What brings you here?”

“I was just in the nieborhood and felt like dropping by,” said Velvet. [Yes, “in the nieborhood” is an hour and half away.]

“Well com in,” said Vivian.

“Well Vivan,” said Velvet. “How the hell is everything.

“You won’t belive this,” Vivan said, “think mourning I was outside, and I was counting all the damn clouds.”

“How stupid,” Velvet said sarcastically.

* * * * *

Dear Diary,

I really think somethings really wrong with Velvet. She has been acting so weird lately. I don’t know what to do, because, well, you know Velvets a difficult person. She’s scary.

Sincerely yours,

[It seems Fiona actually writes letters to her diary.]

* * * * *

It was very late that night and Paige could here all the sounds Fiona was making in the room next to Paige’s. [Sounds naughty.] She kept screaming over and over again.

Why does she keep screaming Paige thought. [And why does no one else care?] “I’m going over there to find out. I wonder why everybody else can sleep.” [Me, too, Paige. Me, too.]

* * * * *

She was outside running threw the woods. She was so scared. “Where am I? How did I get here,” Fiona murmered out loud. Suddenly she knew where she was. Fiona was in a place her mother had always told her not to come. She remembered one time when she was eight. Her and Velvet were out in the woods. Velvet said she was coming here and that no one could stop her. Fiona never knew if Velvet ever came here or not, but Velvet did come running out of the woods screaming that there was a monster chasing her.

Then she started screaming once she noticed the dead body of her sister Paige.

* * * * *

“Fiona, wake up,” Paige said.

“Paige, what are you doing here,” Fiona asked her.

“You were having a nightmare, Fiona. Just a nightmare,” Paige said.

Then Fiona said “it had better be.

* * * * *

Next time: Vivian counts more clouds, Velvet has a prophetic dream and starts to put her evil plan into motion.


Fear Street said...

Oh man, I used to write diary entries just like that. I even asked questions like I actually expected my diary to give me advice. I was a total weirdo...

Deathycat said...

Hehe! I did it too when I actually kept a diary. I couldn't keep up with it though. My life wasn't interesting enough.