Life As A Dragoness Ch 3I was hearing voices as I was regaining consciousness. It was my mom and dad. I opened my eyes and they were talking about me. They were still freaked out about my transformation as a dragoness. I was still just inside the door where my change had begun. "Mom, Dad: I'm okay. Wow, I just touched the stone and I can't believe that just happened." I looked myself over seeing my blue scales and purple stripes. My parents were just dumb founded as I spoke. My mom was the first to speak saying, "Sarah, is that you?""Yes, it's me." I answered. "This is just as shocking to me as it is to you." As I spoke, I noticed how my voice had changed. It was clearer and more precise. I liked my new voice. In my new form, I tried to stand up. I found that I was taller than before as I looked down on my parents.
Life As A Dragoness Ch 4The morning sun awoke me as it shone in my bedroom window. Squinting my eyes against the light, I stretched like a cat waking up from a nap. I could only sleep on the floor with a blanket because of my size. I got up and tried to open the door with my dragon claw slipping on the knob. I got it open and walked as carefully as a still sleepy dragoness could. My parents were at the dining table eating breakfast and talking in low tones apparently not to wake me. I overheard them discussing the dilemma of how to negotiate a day with a dragon in the house. They were startled as I came in. Dad asked, How did you sleep last night? I slept fine but I had a strange vision. I dreamed that I was flying in the night sky and a red dragon with yellow glowing eyes flew right by me and into the night. It awoke me but when I went back to sleep, I kept dreaming the same vision over an
Life As A Dragoness Ch 2My alarm went off at 7:00am. I groaned and turned over to the alarm clock and shut it off. I was about to put my pillow over my head when my mom came in."Come on, honey, you have to get up and get ready for church." my mom said."All right mom," I said sleepily. Then I slowly crawled out of bed and headed into the bathroom. After I was done in the bathroom I went back into my room to find my Sunday clothes. It was a blue sundress, with little white flowers on it. It was one of my favorite dresses to wear to church because it was my favorite color and it wasn't too fancy. I thought to myself, "This dress is just right. Nobody likes a dress that is too fancy." I walked over to my bookshelf to get my Bible. From here I could see where I had hidden the shard the day before. The shard looked like it was glowing through the bandana I had wrapped it in. I started to worry about it being found by someone else. Even if someone
Life As A Dragoness Ch 1 My name is Sarah. You can call me Sassy. My life as an 18 year old is pretty normal- well normal for someone with autism. Once in a while I would like some adventure in my life. But then my life with autism seems pretty adventurous. Then one Saturday afternoon I found myself in an adventure much bigger than my life with autism. It was a Saturday afternoon. When I was done watching television I went to work on some homework. Luckily, my friend Lyndsey called and asked to go on a bike ride. My parents said it was okay. I grabbed my backpack and went to get my bike. I sped off to meet her at the park. “Hey Sarah, wanna go check out that abandoned school on the other side of the park?” “I am not sure about that…” I replied. “Oh come on!” said Lyndsey. “Well…okay…”I said nervously.
My Dragon Family PrologueIt was close to sunset as two siblings, brother and sister were walking home. The sister is named Jessica and she is 17 years old. Her younger brother is named Kyle and he is 10. Kyle is complaining to his sister, "Why do they have to tease me about this bracelet?"In their family, they had a tradition to make a bracelet of crystal beads worn when a child turned 10 years of age. The beads were of various favorite colors of each family member. Kyle was being teased by schoolmates since he had begun wearing his. "Well, Kyle, it's our family tradition. Don't let their teasing brother you." The tradition had a story behind it. Their grandfather had wanted sons to share his passion for hunting and carving. However grandmother only bore him one child and that was their mother. He didn't know what to do with a daughter though he loved her so. One day grandmother suggested that they take up mak