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Re: A Little Miracle Named "Wanda"
« Reply #25 on: January 15, 2013, 11:26:59 AM »
Wanda


One morning, I was looking out of the window and saw this white stuff falling from the sky.  It scared me at first, because I didn't know what it was.  Petre and Amelia told me it was snow and asked me if I wanted to go outside.  It was cold, but it was also very beautiful.





I made a snow angel and Petre and Amelia came outside and helped me build an igloo, it was so much fun.



After Amelia went to work, I got an unexpected visit from Cindy.  She told me, "my sweet Wanda.  I am afraid it is time.  We have to get you back soon.  The unrest is settled back at your home and besides, you have other tasks."  I told her I just needed some more time here. My little friend is being stubborn and will not come out to play.  Cindy gave me something and told me, "when Petre and Amelia are sleeping, sprinkle this in on the bed."  I ask her what it was and she said, "you will find out, but I can't do it, it has to be done by a fairy."  She also told me, I would be a teen soon and then I had one day to tie up any loose ends.  This is getting hard, I don't want to leave, but it is not in my destiny to stay.  I have other people that need me.



I ask if this is what I thought it was, "you pay no mind about it, my sweet Wanda.  The reason will become clear soon as to why your little friend will not come out."  About that time, Petre came home.  He didn't know about this latest development and Cindy told me not to tell him.  Cindy and Petre chatted for a bit and I heard bits and pieces of their conversation, something about blocks and babies and then Cindy left, she said she was very tired and needed her rest.



I was very nervous about sneaking into their bedroom, but I must do this.



I brought out the sparkly stuff that Cindy gave me and sprinkled it on the bed, task complete.



The next day, Amelia wanted to chat.  I wasn't sure how much I could really tell her, but she wanted to know where I had come from.  I told her my land had been under seige and there was alot of fire and people ran all directions.  Evil witches from the other dimension, wanted the fairy land.



Everyone got out safely and our witches from our dimension took the infants.



I know Amelia wanted to hear more, but I think I have said enough.  She will know more when it is time.  She hugged me and said she was glad I had come into their lives and I was their miracle and she would make sure to protect me forever. 



I still just couldn't understand why my little friend didn't want to come out to play, there has to be a reason.



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Re: A Little Miracle Named "Wanda"
« Reply #26 on: January 15, 2013, 11:58:09 AM »


Things sort of settled into a routine.  Petre kept up with homeschooling Wanda, which was a good thing.  Even if we had sent her to school, it had been closed on account of heavy snow. I woke up one morning not feeling too good.  I wasn't sure what was wrong, but I felt so ill.



It was around noon later that day, that I finally felt like eating something and Petre made me lunch and we sat and talked for a bit.  I told him, if this kept up, I guess I should go see a doctor and he agreed. He looked very worried and we were hoping it wasn't a come back of my illness I had before we got married.



Poor little Wanda, she could only watch as I kept running to the bathroom and she looked so sad.  Did she know something that I didn't?



The next evening, Wanda said she felt strange and then she whirled around and became a teen.....

Wanda



It was my birthday, or so that is what they call it here.  Where I come from, it is called, "coming of age."



I stood there for a minute contemplating the situation, coming of age means a whole new load of thoughts and ideas that come into your head, you didn't have before.



I went and picked up my little friend one last time.  I wasn't sure what to do now, but Cindy had said, everything will come to light soon.



All I could do was think and knew I was going to break some hearts soon.  I knew this was my last day in this dimension and I feel like I had failed.



Then, all of a sudden, I heard Amelia cry out from the bedroom.  I rushed in to see what happened.  She was looking down and rubbing her belly and shouted, "I feel something moving."

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Re: A Little Miracle Named "Wanda"
« Reply #27 on: January 15, 2013, 12:11:17 PM »
Wanda is a beautiful teen. A nooboo for Amelia, that is awesome!

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« Reply #28 on: January 15, 2013, 01:36:54 PM »


Wanda


I called Cindy and told her the good news.  She said she would be over shortly and that it was time.



I went into my room and blessed the room and sprinkled fairy dust around to ensure the little ones safety.  That is one of the neat things about being a fairy.



I also blessed Amelia and told her it was just an extra boost and the baby would be fine.  She was a little hesitant at first, but I knew she trusted me.  I felt so sad that I had to leave such wonderful people and I will miss them terribly.



I also gave her some fairy dust to hold on to.  Then I explained that I had to go back to my land.  I told her everything and she looked so sad.



About that time, Cindy arrived and said that we had to hurry. I put my hand on Amelia's tummy and told  the little one to take care of mommy and daddy and I would always be in their hearts.  Now I knew why my little friend never came out to play.  You see, fairy's carry around a doll that is suppose to come to life in certain circumstances.  It doesn't come out when circumstances change.  When they come out, they can come to life and then we use a potion to make them a real child.  That was the plan all along, but things changed when Amelia became pregnant with her own child.  We just helped with witch and fairy magic.



Cindy, Amelia and Petre sat for moment so Cindy could explain the situation, she is much better of explaining things than I am.  She told Ameilia and Petre, that they had heard of a good and kind couple that couldn't have children and that was just before the evil witches came to our land.  Cindy went went on to explain, that she grabbed me and left and that is how we ended up here.  Cindy wasn't sure of the outcome, since they really had not gotten all of the information and she was finally contacted by the Witch Council and Fairy Council to proceed with our task.  Now it was time to go and Cindy and I set out and blessed the rest of the house to keep our little family safe.





It finally came time to give hugs and Cindy said we had to take a taxi out to the edge of town and then we would fly from there.  This is such a sad and happy time and I know Amelia and Petre will make wonderful parents.




The taxi pulled up outside and I took Cindy's hand and said I was ready, well kind of.  Amelia started crying as we got in the taxi and I will never, ever forget my wonderful family.




The moral of this story is, people come into our lives for a reason and then sometimes they leave for no reason, but for the most part, they leave an impression on us that we can't explain.  Amelia and Petre are good people and they deserved a little one of their own.  Funny thing is, I had to switch the story around, because I could not get the popup to let the imaginery friend out to play. I had the potion ready, but I could just never get that message.  Not sure why, but I suppose it turned out well in the end.  I had fun playing this game and will continue to play this family, as I sort of got attached to them, lol.




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Re: A Little Miracle Named "Wanda"
« Reply #29 on: January 15, 2013, 01:52:07 PM »
What a lovely little story.  Great job, Salty!

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Re: A Little Miracle Named "Wanda"
« Reply #30 on: January 15, 2013, 01:52:18 PM »
Such a heart-warming story :) I'm glad Amelia and Petre got their happy ending.
From the moment I fell down that rabbit hole I've been told what I must do and who I must be. I've been shrunk, stretched, scratched and stuffed into a teapot. I've been accused of being Alice, and of not being Alice, but this is my dream. I'll decide where it goes from here.

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« Reply #31 on: January 15, 2013, 01:57:09 PM »
I wonder if, since Wanda was adopted and she had the imaginary friend in her inventory, if that is why I couldn't get the message to set it on the ground.  I know they were best friends, because she played with it all during being  toddler and youth, oh well.   :)
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Re: A Little Miracle Named "Wanda" (Time to Go)
« Reply #32 on: January 15, 2013, 06:05:44 PM »
That was beautiful. Such a loving, thoughtful, inspirational tale. Thank you so much for sharing it. :)

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« Reply #33 on: January 16, 2013, 05:28:37 AM »
Such a beautiful and happy ending. I enjoyed your story a lot. :)

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« Reply #34 on: January 16, 2013, 12:52:40 PM »
I really liked this story.  I'm a major sucker for happy endings and this story had it all.  Beautifully written and great screenshots.
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« Reply #35 on: January 16, 2013, 01:27:45 PM »
A beautiful ending to a beautiful story.