Thursday, 4 October 2007
09:02:57 PM (GMT)
A long line suddenly appeared in front of me and my best friend, Sydney.
It was like a river of people, and they were all lined up for same thing: to join the
For some odd reason we decided to line up, too.
I didn't know what it was for at the time, I was just going with the flow.
It seemed like hours before the line started to move.
But when it started moving, it REALLY started moving!
I could barely finish tying my shoes before someone would kick my back telling me
The line pressed on for miles, until my spot got pretty close to what was really
Then I saw it.
A HUGE house stood a few yards away.
It was on the bay and had a porch.
It was nice calm tannish color with some grey and white panellings.
The line went up on the porch and close to the door; not inside though.
Infront of the door stood two guys, one with red hair and one with his black hair
pulled back in a low ponytail.
They both wore long black cloaks with red clouds.
They must've been the ones choosing people to do what ever this thing was for.
But they had a very strange way to do it.
They would just point at some people and they would go inside.
All the others would just leave looking QUITE dissapointed.
And believe me, there were ALOT of others.
Finally Sydney and I got to the top of the porch and face to face with these two hot
He pointed at me and opened the door.
I started inside and hoped Syd would make this thing -what ever it was- too.
Because I didn't want to be friendlesss in a strange place.
Or at least, I expected it to be weird.
Once inside, it looked like a normal (rich normal) house.
It had regular furniture, and an upstairs.
I was about to start up the stairs when I heard "In here!"
I turned a corner to see a little group of guys at a breakfast table, all standing
They all looked oddly familiar, like people that went to my school.
"So, finally a girl made it, huh?" one boy with glasses said
I just stared at him with a confused look on my face until another guy entered the
Syd must've not made it, I thought, Dang...
"So," I said leaning against a wall, "I'm the only girl?"
Before he could answer, we all stepped outside (there was a sliding glass door that
led to a porch that was above the bay) and I was suddenly at school.
A murder had been announced and I was the cat detective to look into it.
My cat principal was leading me around the school for clues.
Suddenly she tripped into a mud puddle and started dissapeared into the earth.
Before I could do anything, I woke up.
Last edited: 4 October 2007