A Silver Friend: Chapter 5
Silver followed Jack and the yeti through a maze of hallways and rooms, passing many other yettis and small elves that all had a bell on their head. Christmas decorations and colors could be seen any way Silver turned, and then they came to a large dome-like room with a globe in the center covered with little lights.
Toys. That was the only thing Silver could think at first as she turned in a slow circle to try and take everything in. So many different kinds of toys; cars, dolls, stuffies, video games, board games, bikes, scooters, action figures, and even clothes! The yettis all worked on the toy making it seemed, while the elves ran around eating cookies and seeming to get in everyone’s way. A tug on her pant leg diverted her attention to the ground, where one of the little elves stood with a plate of half eaten cookies. He held them up a little closer.
“I wouldn’t eat those if I were you,” said a deep, Russian voice
A Silver Friend: Chapter 4
“The North Pole?” Silver exclaims, realizing she was uncomfortably close to Jack with her arms still around his neck, and pulled away in surprise. “What’s in the North Pole that’s going to help me build a hou-“ She stopped mid-word as she understood what was going on.
“Not what,” said Jack. “More like, who. Come on, the wind’s outside!” He shouted the last part because he had already raced away from the cavern and through the tunnel. Silver let out a little laugh and a small shake of her head before following. Life here with Jack Frost is going to be fun.
As Silver stepped out from the hidden passageway, the rock door closed with a small click and disappeared into the boulder that contained it. She looked around. Where did Jack go? A sound from the forest caught her attention, making her figure that’s where he was.
Before she could take a step, a noise from the sky startled her. A shadowy looking airplan
A Silver Friend: Chapter 3
It was beautiful. Silver had been in the snow only once, when she was little. Jack’s home was just incredible! From where she sat, Silver saw an iced over lake surrounded by snowy banks and leafless trees that reached up to the patches of gray clouds, where the pale sun tried its best to shine its weak rays. Snow covered the limbs of the trees and shimmered in the morning light, and the frozen lake reflected an almost blinding light.
Jack was looking at her expectantly. “Well?” he asked. “What do you think?”
Silver threw her back pack over her shoulder and swung down from the branch she used as her bed. She reached out a caught a slowly falling snowflake. “What do I think? What do I think?” Silver laughed and fell backwards into the snow bank. “This place is AMAZING! I can’t believe you live here!”
Jack lay back next to her. She rolled over and smile
A Silver Friend: Chapter 2
Silver let out a yelp of surprise as they leaped off the edge and into the night sky. She was even more surprised when they didn’t come crashing down into traffic, but instead continued their path into the cloudless sky. Silver clung to Jack, her arms around his neck and shoulders, while he supported her by her waist.
At first, all Silver could feel was fear, and held tightly to Jack, who didn’t seem to mind it at all. She looked at Jack. I am not enjoying this. That’s what she tried to tell herself. I’m flying by the stars in the arms of a very attractive boy on a perfect night. Nope, definitely not enjoying this. She blushed slightly at that thought.
Relaxing her grip, Silver took in her surroundings. They were speeding quickly over everything, but the LA lights were still beautiful, and off in the distance the light reflected off the calming Pacific Ocean was magnificent. Silver stole a glance a Jack, who was staring straight ahead. Her life seems t