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Heidi's Mystery Week - Conclusion“What the heck is going on over there,” Cindy said as she heard the shouting from the side of the clearing.Heidi's Mystery Week - Conclusion by KP-Presents
“No idea,” Blossom said as they brought Bobbi into the camp, “take her and we’ll have a look.”
“Hi Nats,” Bobbi said as she was brought over to the tree, and then sat down before her ankles were secured, “relaxing?”
Natalie shrugged her shoulders as Bobbi was cleave gagged, Amy and Roberta standing guard as Blossom and Jannifer ran in the direction of the noise. As they made their way through the wood, they saw the four women lying on the floor, their weapons by their sides.
“OH my lord,” Jannifer whispered, “they got each other mom.”
“It looks that way,” Blossom said as they heard a crack behind them. They turned, weapons raised to see Anne coming down the path.
“Oh boy, they took care of each other I see. All right – report back to Cindy your losses, I
White Ladies - part 7As the clock struck four, breakfast was served, the dancers returning to their tables to eat, talk and relive their memories of the night.White Ladies - part 7 by KP-Presents
"Well enjoyed yourself?" Adam kissed Janice while they waited for their breakfast.
"Oh so much…and seeing Cari and Annie so happy." Jan smiled.
"I think we will both sleep long and hard today."
"I know, Mom will have to explain to Katy that we were out late."
"I caught her yesterday trying to explain to Katy what a debutante was."
"I know, I heard." Janice smiled again, "I think Katy has her heart currently set on being one too."
“Would that be a surprise to you?”
“I have some money, but not that much Adam,” Janice said as she looked round. “But who knows, ten years from now…”
"I'm amazed anyone has the energy to eat after a night like this." Susan looked at the line as people waited for the buffet to start serving.
"Me too." Madame yawned.
"You should try going straight from a ball on duty." Joh
On A Summer's DayOn A Summer's Day by KP-Presents
There was a gentle breeze in the air as the trio walked through the felids, just talking about their plans for the week leading up to the wedding. Holly was the bride to be, her long ash brown hair falling down her back and shoulders. She was wearing a white lace summer dress, held up by thin straps with a thin blue ribbon around her waist, and cork sandals.
Next to her was her mother, Ginny. Her greying hair was cut short, brushed back from her high forehead as she smiled. The white blouse she was wearing had the cuffs turned back slightly and buttoned in place, the open front showing the round necked blue top she was wearing underneath and the blouse knotted at her waist. A pair of light tan shorts and trainers completed her outfit.
As they walked through a field of large green and yellow plants, Holly’s sister Kate looked at them, and said “Hey – can I take a picture of you two?”
“Why now,” Ginny said as she looked at
Binding Relationships - Part 2As I stopped the car outside Sam’s place, a thought suddenly occurred to me, and I looked at her.Binding Relationships - Part 2 by KP-Presents
“No – we postponed until tomorrow, when your mum will do so as well,” she said as we got out of the car.
“Postponed what until tomorrow,” Jessica said as she looked round.
“An exercise for after lunch then,” Sam said as the door opened and Linda stood there, in a jeans and top.
“Welcome,” she said as we came in, “you must be thirsty. I’ll make some coffee while Sam shows you to your room.”
“This way,” she said as Tony took their bags, and she showed them up the stairs.
“Nice looking couple – I think the four of you are going to have a real fun time,” Linda said with a smile.
“Well, I think so as well – but tonight is about catching up over pizza and drinks,” I said with a smile. “Besides, Sam said you were postponing penance until tomorrow?”
The Copycat Games PlayerAs you know, there is this website come chat room where some of the family members I visit congregate and I drop in anonymously on occasions. So you can imagine my surprise when I saw the following exchange.The Copycat Games Player by KP-Presents
Hello – I was told that this is a place where people come if they have met the Games Player?
That it is – welcome LittleEva. Do you have a story to share with us?
I think I do, but I’m not sure if it is the same. You see, it wasn’t a man who came to our house and said they wanted to play a game – it was a woman.
Really? Tell us what happened.
Yes, tell us.
Well, my name is Eva, and I’m ten years old. Last Saturday, Mummy and I had been to see a film, and came home at about two o’clock. I had on a peach coloured dress – no sleeves, and it comes down over my knees. I also had a pair of brown sandals on. Mummy was wear
New Starts - Part 1Monday 5th JanuaryNew Starts - Part 1 by KP-Presents
Dominique was sitting at the breakfast table, looking at her daughter as she slowly ate her breakfast.
“Nervous,” she said with a smile as the young girl sipped her orange juice. She was taking great care not to spill any crumbs or juice on her grey jumper or the sleeves of her white blouse.
“Is it all right if I say yes?” Ama said quietly.
“It’s fine – this is a big step for you. Would it help if I told you we are all invited to Shirley’s for dinner tonight?”
Ama smiled and nodded. “It means I can tell Maisha what my school is like. She starts in February, I believe. It will be good to send more time with her.”
Glancing at her watch, Caroline stood up as she heard the knock on the door. “Get your blazer and coat on,” she said as Ama rose as well, “it’s time.”
Nodding, Ama went to her room while Caroline went to t
Heidi's Mystery Week - part 13The sun was rising high over the group of cabins as the two teams came out of the cabins. Breakfast was over, as Sue, Anne and Chloe stood by one of the picnic tables.Heidi's Mystery Week - part 13 by KP-Presents
“Team Heidi, you will wear these orange scarves.”
One by one they came forward – Heidi leading the way, with Natalie and Heather, Dorothy and Veronica, Joanne and Kayla, Coral, Bobbi and Margaret, the twins waiting as they all came back.
“Team Cindy, the blue scarves.”
They came forward and took the scarves – Cindy, Fi, Jannifer, Blossom, Katherine, Amy, Suzanne, Alice, Andrea, Alexa, Roberta and Elena.
“Right,” Sue said, “you have fifteen minutes to establish your base camp in the woods. The battle starts at eleven precisely – and finishes at five. If by that time neither team has captured the flag of the other, then the team with the most captives will be declared the winner. Anne and Chloe will accompany each time and signal when the t
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