The Twilight Saga

Chapter One


She sat alone on a high stool, at a small round table, looking at her coffee as if uninterested. she turned to the large window that was close to her, on her right, as if someone called her name. her Golden hair slid off her right shoulder. it was raining heavily for a summer day, she noticed.the droplets splattered on the window at a loud, high tempo. though the rain seemed violent, it was a rather calm, peaceful day. she watched red, green, blue, black umbrellas going past, hurried unsheltered citizens headed for cover. children splish splashing through puddles in their frog rain boots, their guardians scolding them for getting them wet, and themselves. Her rain gray eyes glided off the window to her coffee again. she was so sick of being there where she lived. she always saw the same sights every morning, noon, and night. she wanted to discover , go on adventures, alas she was afraid to go find out the unknown. the unknown could be anything, and not knowing frightened her.frustrated with herself and mind, she slid off her chair and headed for the entrance, abandoning her cup, the doorbell ringing. Her name was Bleu Rainn Graye.

fun facts-


-in the second sentence, it was originally left not right
-the children the bleu saw didn't have frog rain boots originaly, i just added that in
-"their guardians scolding them for getting them wet and themselves" was originally "their gaurdians scolding them for getting them wet"
-"abandoning" was originally "leaving"
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she wanted to discover , go on adventures, alas she was afraid to go find out the unknown. the unknown could be anything, and not knowing frightened her" was added
- this section of the story was first written in me notepad program in my phone, on October 12th, 2010 at 2:36 pm. i think, i written this during my fashion design class

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