Take Me Home: Wesley (Hug a Tiny Day!)Wesley grabbed his necklace, letting a tear fall to the floor of the box. He'd never see her again, all because of these damned giants... and now he'd probably suffer the same fate. Stuck inside the box, he sat in the corner and hugged his knees. Well... maybe if it was male he'd have a chance at least. If it was another female giant though... he shuddered at the thought. His heart nearly jumped out of his throat when he heard the door open, making him squeeze his eyes shut. He couldn't be another pet, he wouldn't.
"Oh!" Katrin burst out as she opened the door and her eyes fell on the tiny box in front of her. "Sis?" She called back into the house. "Did you order something?" It wouldn't have surprised her if she did; her older sister Rakel was always ordering new things for work. She didn't want to disturb her, but there was a small chance that the box was "Can I just bring it in?"
"Do whatever you want Katrin...I'
A New Addition Part TwoMadison could feel her eyelids drape over her eyes like curtains; they were so heavy and felt so weak. She could feel herself surrounded in an environment of darkness that is until a sudden bright light shined upon her, hurting her weak and exhausted eyes. As a reflex, Madison opened her eyes but instantly shut them, raising a slow and steady hand in front of her face, stopping the light from blinding her. But holding her hand up, Madison noticed its ghostly pale color and how hard it was shaking.
Madison could feel a quiet gasp be breathed from her mouth. Where was she? What was going on? Why did she feel so weak and feeble as if she were some senior citizen? Suddenly, a voice interrupted her thoughts.
"What are you doing?" The voice asked with a stern but curious tone.
"What?" Madison questioned, looking around her at her surroundings. Apparently, the only thing that was glow
A New Addition Part OneUnbroken Bond Side Story
A New Addition Part One
"Ah! My God!" Madison screamed from the long white hospital bed. "This is torture! Why?! Why would you do this to me, Spencer?!" Tears fell from her eyes in pain, ripping out another scream. Spencer was holding her left hand, letting Madison squeeze Spencer's hand as hard as she could.
"It's okay, Madison. Everything is going to be alright." Spencer said, trying to calm down his wife.
Madison angrily looked up at Spencer. "No, everything is not going to be alright! Do you know how this feels?! Do you?!" Madison snapped, before resting her head back down on the pillow.
"You can do it, Madison. I know you can. Just give another push, okay?" A male doctor sat at the end of the bed, as he looked in between Madison's legs, waiting for the sign of
Life Changing: A Not so Ugly DayLife Changing: A Not so 'Ugly' Day
I sat on the couch and waited for Grey to get back. I know that he said that he would only be gone for a little while but with the weather changing slightly on the island I knew that he was taking his time to get some supplies ready for winter. It wasn't even quite fall yet, but Grey explained that even on the island that winters could get pretty rough and since this was going to be my first one, he didn't want to take any chances. I looked out the window and saw that the sun was beginning to set he had been gone all day and I had to admit that it was pretty lonely. I didn't usually mind the days where Grey was out all day gathering supplies for the winter, but this day was hitting me particularly hard.
Tugging on my hair absentmindedly, I realized one of the major things that had been bothering me these past few days. Since deciding to 'live' with Grey - at least for now - I had n
An Interpreter's TravelsStraightening her back, Celia Clark knew that now was not the time to be frightened. She had been prepared for this. Interaction between the countries was normal and expected…and someone had to do it. She had been trained for months and today was going to be her first actual run interacting. But she was still terrified. It was one thing to read the books, it was another to watch the videos. It was quite another to board the boat and actually go to the country. The land was like her own in every way, and the people living there were just like her…in hand, trunk, foot and with a little training…language. The two countries needed to interact with each and their needed to be a few brave souls every year who would visit this country.
“Are you nervous?” one of the other interpreters asked Celia. He was young, like her, probably not even twenty-years old. His sandy blond hair blew in the sea air and he g
Night Life: Chapter 5All of Ziana's senses were flipped upside-down and rattled violently. For a few terrifying moments, she couldn't see which way was up. Every passing second sent a spasm of pain through her burning lungs. Choking on water, she clawed her arms in the direction of the distant red-orange sunset sky overhead.
After what felt like a few lifetimes, her head finally burst through the surface of the pool. She coughed and gasped. Water spurted out of her mouth. Her throat felt raw as she took in panicked gulps of air. Kicking her legs to remain afloat, she swiped her drenched brown hair from her eyes, looking around with pure terror.
A few colossal beings, four to be exact, occupied the pool along with her. However, they seemed to have not noticed her sudden presence. Two of them were young women, casually floating around and carrying a conversation. The other two were a boy and a girl, children splashing around and tackling each other into the water.
Despite the giants being on the other side o
Larger Than Life Ch 5I watched this fox for a good ten minutes. Assuming that there was just something mentally wrong with it, I turned to head back to my room. And, of course, as soon as I decide that, the fox bolts into the woods. That grace you would normally see in their run seemed to missing, like it was in a rush. Allowing my curiosity to get the best of me, I left the sink and made my way out to the back porch.
I sat down on the steps, focusing on being as quiet as humanly possible. I waited for about ten minutes, the only sound being the song of the frogs and crickets. I had become fairly immersed in the sound around me, so when the nocturnal song was silenced by the sudden reappearance of the fox as it burst from the brush; I was caught by surprise and snapped my head in its direction with a soft curse.
Hearing my voice, the fox stopped dead in its tracks and looked me straight in the eye. As it brought its head up, I saw something hanging from its jaws. I looked and looked but, couldn't figure ou
Nellie O'Nine and the Giants 9In the morning it was Colton that woke up first. He had barley slept at all that night. Every time he felt her move on his chest she woke him up. He was too afraid that he'd roll over or something and hurt her to lose himself in sleep. He was exhausted.
The storm at stopped somewhere between three and four in the morning and he'd thought about putting her in her human bed. But he didn't want to risk waking her from her peaceful sleep so he just suffered in silence. He'd managed to sleep for about three hours but it was now eight in the morning and with the sun shining in through the window he couldn't sleep.
But Nellie could. She was still as still as a stone on his chest two hours later and Colton decided that it was time to wake his sleeping beauty up.
He sat up let gravity settle in as she sunk into his hand still pressed up against his chest. After a moment she started to stir becoming uncomfortable in her new position. When her eyes fluttered open she was staring straight into his
Under PressureThis short story is Inspired by this picture by Bloodskar1000 http://bloodskar1000.deviantart.com/art/cave-dweller-color-321177762
My imagination went wild so I HAD to write this. The characters and art belong to Bloodskar1000 and not me I am just barrowing them and making up a story.
Being the youngest in the family sucked. Lana's world seemed comprised of hand-me-downs, over protective parents and being left out by her three older sister's social activities. The sisters didn't hate each other but they had different interests and friends. It didn't help that Lana was naturally shy so it was hard for her to make her own network of friends to hang out with. However this evening seemed to be different. At dinner her eldest sister Mora asked he