Carrie and Kaa Part 1"Honey, we're leaving now. Aunt Brenda will be in to check on you every night at 9. You're going to be a good girl, right?" Carrie's mom said.Carrie and Kaa Part 1 by sinker51
"Of course, mom." replied Carrie.
Carrie was only 12 the first time her parents left her alone at the house. She was excited to have the house to herself. "And remember, no going to the river unless you call Uncle Drew and have him go with you." her mom added.
"Fine, goodbe mom." she said.
"Goodbye, sweetheart." her mom said as she blew a kiss.
Finally, Carrie was all alone. She could do whatever she wanted. "All right!" she thought to herself. "I'm going to watch R-rated movies, eat a lot of ice cream, and go to the river whenever I want."
Carrie went and put on a bikini, a tank-top, and a skirt and started her way down to the river. Her mother would never let her go alone. "Too many bad thing
Breathless at XmasIt was the loveliest of times, the Blackshire family coming together in celebration of the holidays. Joy flung around as cousins and aunts laughed, grandparents arguing with each other over the petty subjects they chose. It was with gratitude, that Amy escaped the large gathering of the living room next to the grand christmas tree and made her way towards the cellar for a bottle of exclusive red wine.Breathless at Xmas by ThompsonBlackshire
With the opening of the cellar, Amy stared down with hesitation. A front of cold air swept up at her, causing her long blonde hair to fly backwards. Her eyes lit up, trying to make out shapes within the darkness. Without proper lighting, it was most strenuous to locate certain things in the 'basement', even with the aid of a flashlight. With the upmost caution, the fair blonde began to venture down into the cellar, holding the wooden banisters firmly, her manicured fingernails gathering dust as it fell like snow from the ceiling. 'Are you sure about this Ams, are you