Samuel understood her initial reluctance and walked over to the lake to have a sip himself to make sure the water was drinkable. Taking a deep breath,he sipped in a mouthful of water. It was as sweet as nectar and quenched his thirst instantly. He turned and nodded at Cathy,"You can drink it.",he assured her and then bent to get another handful of water.
OMG THE FILTER ANNOYS MEEEEE THE MOST......JEEEZZZZZ FILTER CALM UR FALM AND LET US TALK LIKE WE ALWAYS TALK!!!
Richard nodded at Anna's question.He wanted her to get some quality sleep since there was a long and exhausting journey ahead. They didn't get a wink of sleep when they were home as they were either busy with the chores or running errands for their father. He wrapped his arms around his sister who felt quite cold and numb. The rain hadn't stopped yet and the windows were foggy. He rubbed the window with his bare hands to get a clear view of the outside.He quickly went through his backup to make sure he hadn't forgotten their tickets and sighed in relief as he realized they were in the bag.After an hour or so,the train came to a halt and the passengers started trickling out.He nudged Anna to wake up,"I think we need to get down",he whispered in her ear.
"-Ablaze" wrote:Sharon blinked as the sunlight fell on her face. The bright sunlight cut the room in half with the the sun's rays warming her body as she got up. Sighing,she recalled the events of the previous night. Aaron and the conversation she'd with him. Was it actually for real or mere imagination? She knew it wasn't her mind tricking her.His touch,his voice and his presence were so real that he'd etched an image of himself on her mind. She looked at the wall clock to realize her mom must have already left for work.Within half an hour,she got ready for school and quickly munched on her breakfast before leaving.As she treaded through her usual route to school,an idea struck her.She ran across the empty streets and into the passage where she'd first laid her eyes on Aaron.
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