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Re: Kinville ??? What will you make it ?? Win Psfs !!
As I rounded the corner on the track, I fell over once again. “Hey Lizzi, why do you bother trying to run?” Stacie taunted. There is something special about my feet. The shape makes it difficult for me to do everyday things, but I love to do sports, so I try anyway. I’ll explain later about the problem and everything. I finished the final lap around, and met my best friend Hannah near the benches. As we started walking home, we started to talk about Halloween. “Lizzi, are you going out of town again this year?” Hannah asked. I looked down. “Yes,” I mumbled. I guess now is a good time to explain my feet. I am a witch. Every Halloween, I tell everyone that I am going on vacation, and I go with my mom and sister Leah to a place called Witchingville, somewhere around Oz, to practice witchcraft and spend time with other witches. My dad doesn’t go because he is not a witch, but he, of course, knows our secret. I have a lot of friends in Witchingville, but I have always wondered what it would be like to trick-or-treat with normal people. As soon as I got home from track practice, I started getting my things ready for Witchingville. I was October 30, and I had to get to Witchingville early enough to practice with my best witch friend, Mara. We were in 6th grade, finally old enough to be chosen for “witch tricks,” something where two witches are chosen to perform tricks in each state. We were really hoping get picked this year. My oddly shaped feet are the only way I can get to Witchingville. My mom, Leah, and I all walked to a small corner in our yard, and went up on our heels three times. On the third time, we shot into the air, clutching our hats, and taking one last look at our home before Halloween. It didn’t take that long to get there, and soon I was in my home away from home, Witchingville. “Malysa! Malysa!” Mara called out. Malysa is my witch name. I ran up and gave Mara a huge hug. “I’m so glad to be here!” I exclaimed. “I can’t believe we are old enough for witch tricks!” “I know! Isn’t it amazing?” Mara replied. “Attention all witches!” a loudspeaker blared out. “We have the names of the witches chosen to do witch tricks, please listen carefully,” I closed my eyes and crossed my fingers. A long list of names was read. After all, there were 100 witches being selected. “Finally, our two newest witch tricks members Malysa Piska and Mara Janezka! Congratulations to all that were selected. Please meet at Magic academy to get your assignments.” As you can imagine, Mara and I ran as fast as we could to the academy. At the front desk, the secretary asked our names. We were told to go to room 12. I couldn’t believe my ears. I had Ohio! “Mara! I live in Ohio! We get to play tricks on all of my friends!” Mara knows my secret, because I am gone 364 days a year. I didn’t want her to get too concerned. About two minutes later, the teacher walked in. “As you know, you girls are going to perform witch tricks in Ohio. Come on over to the practice stations.” Mara and I sat down at a station. We learned how to mix powders, which would be the focus of this Halloween. We could drop them over the trick-or treaters and weird things would happen. I decided to try a “basket” powder, which would make trick-or-treaters’ baskets or whatever they were filling with candy bottomless. Mara decided to do a sort of powder that would make trick-or-treaters see witches, ghosts, and other Halloween creatures in trees, bushes, shadows, etc. Together, we would make an unforgettable Halloween in Ohio! Nothing to scary, nothing too boring, just a night of fun and tricks!
~Please nobody take my story, please note that none of the aspects or characters were real.
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