“I’ve brought you some things. They’ll help you sleep better.” She sets the box down at the bottom of the bed, just a little past my feet and then untucks my arms from the blanket. The tray is placed on the bedside table. She hands me a mug from the tray first. I take a sip and the nearly forgotten taste of tea dances on my tongue.
"Please excuse me," I mumbled. "Not to worry, dearie," she said, smiling as she went to perch herself on my bed. "We're both women, all the same." I attempted to retain some pathetic form of dignity as I turned my back to her and dressed in the chosen outfit, pushing my arms through the sleeves and adjusting it on my frame. An ant was lower than I at that moment.
Colorful wildflowers were blooming in a patchwork of bright yellow, azure blue, deep rose, and dazzling orange. Bellringer's Hollow was a magical place where, it is said, bells coul d be heard from time to time. Because the summer residence of the monks of Waltham once stood there, the local villagers thought that the spirits of monks rang those bells and watched over the forest. I lingered there for a while, listening to the gentl e sound of a stream as it flowed over the corks nearby. I also listened for the bells, but the bells did not ring for me.
After an indulging supper with my family, I returned to my room with a satisfied stomach. Just before I lied down on my comfortable cloud-like bed, my fingers danced upon the sky blue covers from the edge to the top of the bed and I felt the softness of cotton overwhelming my skin. In this time of relaxing moment, I realized that I had to go baby-sit Hannah before I enjoy my restful sleep. I pushed myself up with a loud groan, and then I got off my bed wearing my pink and white slippers. I walked over to door; the golden doorknob was very cold compared to my heated body that was wrapped around by a fleece robe.
The water beats at the bank feel gently, and resides carefully to avoid over soaking it. The air is fresh and overwhelming with cool gushes of wind blowing past, provoking the trees to yawn and some times sleep. It was a lovely Valentine day and perfect for a picnic at Lake Lavon. The grass was soft and green, reserved for those who wanted to lie down or sit. A sweet aroma of flowers overflowed near by like s shinning light, but was hidden by the untrimmed bushes and wildly growing trees.
Mom, Victoria is here for a” Mindy cleared her throat and finished her sentence. “Sleepover” “Okay, that is fine with me and your father but next time you must inform us” Mindy nodded in agreement and motioned me with her hand to come upstairs. When I entered... ... middle of paper ... ...hen I woke up I saw a nurse beside me. She left the room as soon as I woke up. My parents came in and a doctor.
She thought, but it was real, too real. She couldn't take it no more. She got up, walked over to window and looked out, nothing there. She came back to the couch, returning to Mad TV, the show on the TV. Relaxed a little she bagan to do fall asleep, dozing off to the rhythm of the sound.
The green sea quickly engulfs my feet and I indulge on the velvety texture that brushes them. Reluctantly, I leave my carpet of moss and make an unsuccessful attempt to find my shoes. I venture onto a thin trail that is suffocated with undergrowth and slowly, start making my way down it. I do not seem to feel any discomfort due to the lack of shoes on the contrary the feeling of the soft moist earth under my feet is an unforgettable experience. The stars are just only starting to peer through the intricate patchwork of leafs and light patches of the forest floor.
He was leaning back against the door, thinking about what Merle had said, when he heard her quietly ask, "Is everything okay?" Daryl reached up to take his shirt off, tossing it to the floor. He walked over to the bed and crawled in, gathering her up in his arms once more. He kissed her gently on the lips, tugging her closer, "Everythin's fine woman, let's get some shut-eye." Outside the storm had quelled.
He said back clueless "FOR ME IT IS!" "Okay calm down" He laughed "I Love you I got to go." "Okay love you too. bye." "Bye" I groaned again and laid back down for a couple of minutes petting my cat who was sleeping next to me But then I had to get up for work.I walked to my Dresser and I got the clothes I needed for the day and went into my shower.