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The whole kingdom was bustling with excitement. There had been weeks of planning and preparation leading up to this coming night's event. A formal banquet, if you will, to welcome her, their newest member of the kingdom. There would be no stone left unturned. Everything she had imagined in her heart of hearts would come to fruition when the trumpets bellowed at the first guest's arrival. Even the scents of lavender and peaches were being breathed in all around her tonight. And she had butterflies around her, too...kissing her shoulders. The whole night was lit up with fireflies and a full moon. And even they were joyful. It was a Southern girl's dream.
Once upon a time in a faraway land there lived a Princess named Lysette who ran away with a prince named Cayde that she thought she loved. The King and Queen that ruled the land Lysette lived in didn't approve of Cayde for they thought he wasn't good for Lysette. Once Cayde and Lysette arrived in the distant land they ran away to, Lysette started to see that her King and Queen were right but through blind faith and stubbornness, Lysette stayed, she believed that when she got a castle of her own then Cayde would be happy and treat her better but sadly she was wrong. Cayde yelled at her and called her nasty names. They didn't have any servants, Lysette didn't want any. They lived in a small cottage surrounded in a valley of mountains and Lysette wanted herself and Cayde to work together in the stables or in the kitchens where knights and people from all over come to rest and eat. For Lysette wanted to move out of the small cottage, she liked it but it was owned by an Old Crone and Lysette wanted for herself and Cayde to work and build a home of their own but Cayde never looked for work and gave Lysette excuses for why he wouldn't even be bothered to look. Cayde became horrid and nasty very quickly to Lysette when he didn't get what he wanted right away and poor Lysette was forced to be the only one to work for the home she longed for and when she came home to Cayde he would scold her, yelling and calling her nasty names, accusing her of giving her virtue away to others while at work. This made Lysette very sad. Then Cayde started hitting walls as he drank poison all day that would distort his vision and one day Cayde had even hit Lysette. Cayde didn't feel bad about hitting his princess Lysette and when she tried to tell the Old Crone she only told Lysette "well you had hit him back, you both hit each other." as if Lysette's pain didn't matter. This angered Lysette very much.
Interrogation with the Ego
Chad Thornton was proud of his name. It wasn’t that he had done anything great...yet. He was proud of his name because he was named after his father, who had served during the Gulf War as an airborne trooper with the 101st Airborne. Also, John Wayne played a Thornton in The Quiet Man. Chad liked that movie.
Beautiful afternoon of Sardis ... Sardi is very fast. Nadya is holding my arm. Snow has frozen in her curly hair in such a way that they are beginning to reflect like moonlight. A streak of ice is also seen above the lips. We are standing on a hill. There is a slope on the ground under our feet, where the sun's light is shining like its shadow is falling in the mirror. There is a sled lying near our feet, with a red cloth on the cushion.
There is a place further up the street, but it is cold and wet, and I am tired. My choice of attire today has been found lacking. Mistakes have been made. My waterproof coat is hanging up by the door at home, having been usurped by the far warmer fleece-lined, cord bomber jacket with the fluffy collar.
He saw her before he saw her. He always saw her before he saw her, somehow sensed her presence before he physically saw her, some kind of elder radar, maybe. Great first line for a joke, “An old lady walks into a diner…”
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