Our Little FamilyIzzy sat in her father’s favorite recliner as she read her book quietly and gently she was certainly enjoying herself till she heard steps coming down from the stairs making her sighOur Little Family by LimeSign13
Lya came down giggling holding her cat and saw Izzy “Whatcha doin’?”
“Nothing you need to know about.” Izzy sighed.
“Well geez no need to be unfriedly.” Lya frowned as she petted her cat softly.
“Only acting how I normally do” Izzy smirked.
Lya frowned and hollered out “Mommy! Izzy is being mean!”
“I am not! Lya is just being nosey!”
Lea sighed as he peeked his head from the kitchen. “Can’t you girls settle this with your father? I’m trying to make us a meal.” He turned his head back to cutting vegetables. “Not like anyone ever tells me thanks.”
Isa came in from outside, wiping dirt from the side of his face. “What’s all the commotion going on in here? It sounds like a
Secrets Of The Forest Ch.4The shrubs rustled like if it were in a slight breeze.Secrets Of The Forest Ch.4 by LimeSign13
Arain was starting to get worried. 'What if it actually is a rabid animal this time?' She thought nervously.
The noise grew louder. Arain was pulled from her thoughts as she watched the shrubs shudder with clawing sounds coming from it.
Arain then wrapped her arms around Myde's chest to calm herself. She then felt Myde's arms wrap around her protectively.
The bush stopped shaking.
And out jumped out a....bunny.
Arain exhaled with relive and maybe a little bit of joy.
She romved her arms from Myde, while heavily blushing. Arain said a small prayer of thanks that it was getting night. Maybe then he couldn't see her blush.
Myde still clung on to her.
"You can let go now." Arain said nicely.
"Huh, what?" Myde said, sounding like he just broken in his train of thought.
"Can you please let go of me now?" Arain said bluntly.
"Oh sorry." He let go of her and rubbed the back of his neck, embrassed.
Secrets Of The Forest Ch.3Arain screamed.Secrets Of The Forest Ch.3 by LimeSign13
She pushed whatever was on the branch in front of her off it without looking.
"Ow!" Myde yelled. "What was that for?!?"
"Maybe for, I don't know, scaring me half to death!" Arain yelled, more louder than needed.
"Maybe you should calm and not attack the first thing that scares you." Myde said defensively.
"Sorry", Arain mumbled. "Just a natural instinct."
"Yeah, well whatever you call it, that needs to happen less often." Mayde said brushing himself off.
"Whatever." Arain said weakly. "Just promise me one thing?"
"Don't jump out and scare me like that again."
"Sure." Myde said with a soft smile.
"Thanks." Arain said while lightly blushing.
Arain started to walk foward again, but turned around to ask Myde a, what seemed like to her, a very personal question.
For he was gone again.
"Are you kidding me?!?" Arain screamed.
Something rustled in the bushes about 20 yards away. She ignored it.
She felt a brush on her forearm.
She glanced b