Author: Cupcakeyummy PM
Sliy lives a normal life when suddenly a transfer sudent comes in, asking about her dad. Then her friends bring her to this big building, with a boy by the fireplace. Wait, she's not human? "Original story just made up...so don't know what catagory to put it in..."Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Sci-Fi - Chapters: 5 - Words: 4,998 - Reviews: 3 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 01-31-13 - Published: 11-14-12 - id: 8704373
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In my warm cozy bed, sleeping, resting, snoring..."Sliy(sly)! Wake up! You don't want to be late for school, now do you?"
I pulled the pillow on top of my head and grumbled,"What now?"
"Get up! You're late!"
I threw the pillow aside. "What? Liza why didn't you tell me?"
"I just did !" Liza my little sister said, annoyed. I ignore her. Slipped on a T-shirt that said peace out.
"Sliy I have a present for you." Mom called from the kitchen. I raced down the stairs because moms presents are the best! As mom hummed happily, I untied the golden lace with a beautiful violet wrapper. There stood a locket with a gold dragon wrapped around it and ruby smacked in the middle. It was beautiful but I was disappointed. I was hoping for a statue of the gods for my god collection.
But I managed to croak out, "Thanks, mom." As mom rapped the necklace around my neck, with a confused look, Amber my best friend, poked her head into the front door.
" Is this some mother and daughter time? Because if not, the bus is here!" Amber, my friend, giggled as she talked
"Bye mom." I rushed outside to meet with Amber. Today, Amber was dressed in a lovely white shirt, and short jeans.
We hopped onto the bus and sat next to Sadie. "Did you finish today's math homework? It was so hard for me." Amber whinnied.
"It ain't that hard." replied Sadie, my other best friend. Sadie has a cowboy accent that she claims she doesn't like. Sadie's a girly-girl and girly-girls, don't have cowboy accents.
"We have a quiz today on that chapter, who studied?" I asked.
"I did!" Jenny interrupted. Jenny, let me tell you this now, is not a normal person.
"Come on Jenny, back to your seat.", said Brain. Brain is Jenny's brother. Jenny whined but sat back down.
"Wanna grab some hot chocolate on the way home?", Amber said, turning back to us.
"Amber!" Sadie and I said together, with a laugh. Amber loves chocolate.
"Our day didn't even start yet!" Sadie said with a sigh.
Then the bus stopped. Sadie, Amber, and I were the last to get off the bus.
Amber,Sadie, and me walked to the classrooms. For first period and second period we were not in the same class. So we said our goodbyes and walked away.
As I sat on my desk, a girl came over and sat next to me. When she looked at me shocked, she dropped her pencil. I wondered why. When she picked it up I was surprised to see a very shy face. Must be the new girl. She had brown straight hair with brown eyes, what most people would call pretty. The teacher took a chalk and wrote, "Hi! my name is !" She looked the exact opposite of the girl right next to me. She wore all black and wore layers of layers of makeup. Most people gasped when they saw her face. She would glare at the people and would tell them to meet her after class. Luckily, I was used to the horrible face from looking at the church people. All their faces are old, wrinkly, and tired looking. Anyway off topic.
When was teaching science I almost fell asleep. So once and awhile I would take a little glance at the girl right next to me. I purposely dropped my pencil, to start a conversation.
"Um, I dropped my pencil can you help pick it up for me, please?" I asked.
Without talking, she slowly bent down and picked up the wooden pencil.
"Thanks, and may I ask, what's your name?"
"Oh, very nice name Athena. Say, isn't that the name of the Greek goddess of wisdom?"
She fidgeted and said, "I believe so."
"Stop talking that's your first warning!" said from the background.
"Hi, my names Sliyliesta. Since it's hard to pronounce, call me Sliy.(sly)"
"Your name is not hard to pronounce, it's quite easy." she stared down at her feet.