Hiiii guys!! 😀 I hope you’ve all had a great day! 🙂 😀 😛 I have! 🙂 😀 PLUS I got to PLAY WITH PUPPIES! 😀 😛 hehe! Wet puppies… Yeah.. ANYWAY.. I’m good! 😉 😀
TBFN stands for The Blogger’s Fantasy Notebook challenge!!! 🙂 😛 😀 . Anyway, here is my story! Err…MAY I SAY THAT I LOOOOVE THESE PROMPTS, and think that RUTVI Has VERY VERY good taste!!!!! 😀 🙂 And here are the prompts I used:
the end She thought. “Wait, the end? How could it ALREADY be the END AGAIN!!!! UGH!!!!!” Tess muttered, as she came to another cliff hanging ending of a book. She slammed it shut and set it on the table, then lay back on the couch and took a deep breath. She dug her fingers through her wavy brown hair and scratched her head. Then stared at the ceiling for a while. She heard the door shut and opened her eyes from her slight doze, but didn’t move her head. “That you?” She called to the kitchen.
“Nope!” She heard her 19 year old brother answer. He walked in the living room with his tennis shoes still on and pulled off his sweaty cap. Then he went over to the couch and sat by her. She turned her head just enough to see him, then pretending it was a huge effort, she sat up with a groan. Ryan grinned and wiped his sweaty cap all over her.
“HEY!!” She yelled, grabbing his cap. She got a hold on it and yanked it out of his hands. “EEWWWW!!!” She said, throwing the cap to the ground as sweat from it slimed onto her hands. Ryan just shrugged pitilessly. She gave him a look that said I’ll get you back eventually. Then he looked casually around and stopped when he saw the book. He picked it up and started skimming it, which surprised Tess because she knew he couldn’t stand to read it.
He cleared his throat. “Ahem! Once upon a time, there was a girl named Tess. And she had an awesome big bro that’s name was Ryan. Ryan was so great that he was on TV! He had…he had…his OWN TV show! Called…Ryan’s Rowboat utilities!!” Tess rolled her eyes. He flipped the page and then shut the book. “The end.” He smiled goofily and then hopped up. Just then Tiger, their two year old German Shepherd ran in the room and licked Ryan all over. Tess reached out her arm from where she was on the couch to grab the remote, then after seeing that she would have to move more than JUST that one segment of her body, gave up and flopped back on the couch. She looked out the window to see the mailman drive by and stop at they’re mail box. Then she groggily stood up and walked to the back door. As she reached down to get the mail, a bony hand slipped over her mouth tightly. She tried to scream, but the hand clenched tighter, and to anyone else, she only let out a low mumble. The man dragged her to a black car and shoved her in. She tried to yell once more, but he slammed the door, barely missing her fingers. Then he hopped in the front and turned the rear view mirror onto her. She saw the darkness in his cold gray eyes and shivered with fear. Then she slowly reached over to where the door handle was- “Don’t,” The man said in an unwavering low voice. She stopped cold. And turned toward him as she heard a click. The man was pointing a gun in her direction. Her eyes grew big and she turned pale. She nodded slightly and scooted slowly to the middle of the seat. Then she realized that the doors were locked anyway. Then a cop car lit up it’s lights behind them and the man driving stepped on the gas. “Let me talk kid! But if anyone asks, tell them we’re fine!” He said in that dry low booming voice again. She gulped.
Ryan walked into the living room. Where’s Tess? he wondered. He stepped into the kitchen and set his chip bag on the table. Then walked outside and looked from left to right. He noticed that the mailbox was open and walked to it. There was a letter on the ground and several more in the mailbox. That was odd. He knew that this wasn’t something Tess would have just done for no reason, and he couldn’t find her anywhere…and she hadn’t told him that she was going anywhere. He looked around suspiciously then stopped as his eyes glued to a spot on the ground where the dust was just settling. Tire tracks. Faint, but still tire tracks. Not terribly unusual..but they hadn’t had many cars in this side of the neighborhood either. Something was weird.
Tess was pressed to the back seat as the car zoomed forward. She felt like she was going to get pulled up next to the back window- wait! The back window! She could signal the police man from the back window. She turned around and her heart sank as she saw that it was covered in black paper. She really was stuck. There had to be another way! Like Donny told her, if you can’t find a door, look for a window. That was for the christian thing of course, but you could use it for a different context also… She could try to use a window…but… She heard brakes squeal and looked in the passenger’s mirror. There were now cars all around and everyone was honking at this mysterious man who had kidnapped her. Finally the man driving turned onto a downtown alley and eventually hopped out and grabbed Tess roughly. He shoved her through the door and drug her into an old building and up some dusty creaky stairs. There was a room at the top lined with cobwebs and sagging roof that he opened the door of. Inside was actually very tidy and neat, except that the walls were caving in and the floors were covered in dirt. There was an old door hardly handing on it’s hinges that was in the corner. He shoved her into it and moved a bookshelf in it over, revealing more cobwebs and dust, and a small outline about 4 inch square. He pulled the square out of the wall, revealing a large cube, and then reached his arm inside of the hole and pushed something. Tess’s head flicked around just in time to see a door opening on the other side of the room. No dust came from it as it opened, so she guessed it had been opened recently. Then the man shoved her inside and she cowered from the dark walls and dust bunnies that eagerly welcomed her in. “I wanna go home.” She whispered. “And I want to go to the moon. It aint happenin’ sweet heart, time to accept that.” The man replied rudely. She scowled at him for calling her sweet heart. He turned her into a different room, all of the cobwebs getting shoved in her face. She tried to keep her mouth shut, not wanted any unwanted creatures in there. Here they came to another room, and then to the closet in that room. He pulled ropes and fabric out of his pocket and quickly gagged her and tied her hands and feet and threw her in the closet. Then he slammed the door and she heard several locks slide and click into place. She was sure that if there was any way out, she wasn’t going to be able to find it with these ropes on her. And she was pretty sure there wasn’t an EASY way out. She sighed. For now, Tess Harper was stuck.
Ryan jogged back into the house and into his room. He pulled out his radio from his coat pocket. “This is 419, I’m reporting a kidnapping.” He said into it, pulling on his gun belt.
“10-4, 419. We’ll be over.”
“10-4” Ryan said back to it. Then he pulled on his black leather jacket over a hoodie and walked to the kitchen. Soon the back door opened and another Agent walked in.
“Agent Harper, do you have any suspicions of who was the kidnapper?” The other man asked.
Ryan dismissed the question. “Whoever it was kidnapped my sister. Sir, I would like to investigate this case.”
“You can’t investigate it simply because it’s your sister. If that’s the only reason..”
“No. I would like to investigate it anyway Sir. Please, Agent Holan.” Ryan asked.
“Okay. Just be careful Agent Harper.” The big man told him. Ryan nodded.
“God speed, Ryan.” He said as he headed back out the door. Ryan pulled out his map and a phone book as he turned the coffee on. Then he flipped rapidly in the phone book until he came across the name he was looking for. Tereme, Raymond. Ryan opened his laptop and said into it “phone destination finder”. Immediately a thing popped up and he clicked on it, then dialed the phone number. “Hello.” Came a booming gravely voice from the other side. The computer’s screen went crazy, little maps popping up all over it. “Raymond. Where are you.” Ryan demanded.
“Who is this?” Raymond asked.
“I said where are you!” Ryan said louder. He eagerly glanced at the computer screen and saw that it had found the state, which was the same he was in. ‘Oh brother’ he mouthed, then motioned for the computer to hurry up.
“Give her back now. Or you’ll regret it.” Ryan whispered into the phone. There was no answer for a bit, then: “You- you … find her yourself!” and then he hung up. Ryan slammed his fist on the table, rattling all the papers. “Destination Found.” His computer said.
“What?” He said happily, looking up. There on the screen it showed what town the man was in. It was about twenty minutes from where Ryan was. “That’s …weird..” Ryan muttered, surprised that it was so close. He threw his phone up into the air and caught it, then found a map on it and where the phone destination was. “Tiger! Here boy!” He yelled. Then he folded up his map, not needing it anymore, and headed out the door.
Tess scooted around the closet, trying to find something to cut the ropes with. In the books she read, there was always something. But she didn’t find a thing. Finally she just rubbed her hands back and forth and back and forth, trying to rub the ropes. But this only made her hands more raw. She scooted over to the closet door and kicked at it. It swung out, as if it was attached by the top rather than the side. She tilted her head. Hmm…maybe I could use that…? But whenever she kicked it after that, it was stuck back in the frame.
Ryan stopped as his phone started beeping urgently. He was at the building. He stared at the large abandoned building and shrugged, then walked in the door cautiously. He was pretty sure it was Raymond that had kidnapped Tess, because ever since Ryan had gotten Raymond arrested a couple months ago, he had wanted revenge. Ryan stepped into the rickety old building and walked around cautiously, feeling as if the floor would collapse. He loosened his gun in it’s belt and whistled lowly. His dog, Tiger sneaked up behind him and Ryan gave it a scratch behind it’s ears. Then they both sneaked up the stairs and Tiger sniffed eagerly at something on the floor and scratched at it. “What did you find boy?” Ryan whispered, kneeling down. On the floor was a piece of orange fuzz. And if Ryan was right, it was the same color of orange that Tess had been wearing. Ryan walked into a room at the top of the stairs and looked around. There were cobwebs everywhere. He saw a closet in the corner and opened it. Nothing was inside, except for an empty book case, and a gray, dusty rug. He moved the rug over and saw an outline there, that was about a foot long and wide. Tiger walked to it, then jogged back out of the room. Ryan pulled at the small segment on the floor, but it didn’t budge. So he scooted the rug back over it and looked for another way somewhere. He didn’t see any other doors in the room, so he headed out. Just then he heard a bang! It sounded like it came from the closet. He ran back into there and saw that Tiger had knocked over the bookshelf. Ryan looked around, thinking someone else in the building probably heard the bang. He went to set up the book shelf again, but stopped, seeing another outline in this wall. He grabbed around it, and surprisingly, it moved out! He pulled the rest of the long block away and then pulled out his flashlight to shine in the small hole. There was a handle in it, and he reached his arm in and grabbed it. His dog rammed into his legs, getting out of the way of an opening door on the other side of the closet. Then they both walked into the door. There were more cobwebs and dark walls lining both sides. He was almost too tall to fit under the short ceiling and walked cautiously to a door at his left. He jiggled the doorknob and pushed hard until it finally opened. There was a closet in there too, which Tiger ran over too quickly. He barked and barked until Ryan opened it. Empty. There wasn’t a single thing in this one. He sighed. Then he heard another bang. He looked around and then walked quickly out of that room. He peered down the hall and then kept on walking. To the left was a small bathroom, and to the right was…another door! He walked into there and saw that the door to the closet had fallen off it’s hinges. But- he gasped. There on the floor was a dark shape. Tiger ran over to the figure on the floor and barked rapidly. Ryan snapped his fingers and Tiger was quiet. Ryan walked over and saw that Tess was on the floor, gagged and tied. He quickly untied and ungagged her and they walked through the room and back into the hall. Ryan remembered seeing a window in the small bathroom and walked to it with Tess. He knew that she didn’t recognize her and he didn’t want her too. After all, she didn’t know that he was an Agent.
The window was right above a sidewalk and Ryan lowered Tess through it, and she dropped harmlessly onto the sidewalk. Then Tiger jumped out next. By now, it was dark outside too. Ryan slipped out of the window and they all ran eagerly down the street. Ryan slipped his hood up onto his face and slipped into a back alley to get to the house faster. Tiger followed him and Tess just kept going the other way. As he sprinted back to the house, Ryan talked into his radio, giving directions to the area of where Raymond was. His part was done for now. He got in the house and quickly changed into normal clothes again. Tiger slumped down in the living room on his bed, exhausted. Just then Tess walked in the door. “Ryan? Ryan are you here???” She asked. Ryan walked into the kitchen.
“Tess! Where have you been! I’ve been looking everywhere!” He asked. She just reached up and gave him a hug, glad to see him. She didn’t know it was the second time she’d seen him since the kidnapping. “There are scary humans out there. Like me too…” Tess told Ryan. “So you’re a human? Like actual one hundred percent human?! I’ve heard scary things about you guys…” Ryan joked with her. She didn’t even smile. “What’s wrong?” He asked her, even though he knew perfectly well. “Are you sick?”
“I’m not sick…I’m…twisted. Sick makes it sound like there’s a cure.” She huffed. “I’ve had a bad night..worse than you know!” she continued. Ryan frowned, even though on the inside, he was smiling. While they were talking, Tiger slipped in the kitchen and grabbed Ryan’s hoodie that he had accidentally left in the kitchen and brought it to his room. Why am I always covering his tracks for him? Tiger thought.
That was A LOT of fun to write!!! 😀 I Hope you liked it!!!! 🙂 😀 😀 😛 I wrote half of it last night, so I was dreaming about my story last night! xD 😛 Haha!!! 🙂 XD 😛 Anyway, there it is! 🙂 😛 😀 AND Fantasy vs. Fiction STARTS TOMORROW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :O AAHHHHHH!!!! Happy Fourth of July, or happy monday! 😛 BYE!!!!