Friday, July 29, 2011

Chapter 7: When In Sydney

Witch Jenny had arrived her destination. She rushed to meet her sister Witch Susan who was looking in her magical mirror in side her beautiful house with a beautiful garden out side.
      ‘Susan! Are you home?’ asked Witch Jenny.
      ‘Yes, I am,’ said Witch Susan while she reached her hand to opened the door. Witch Jenny flew her broomstick in side her sister’s house and parked it at the corner of the house with other broomsticks there.
      ‘Where are Peter and Max?’ asked Witch Jenny.
      ‘They are joining broomstick racing match in Tokyo. They come back tomorrow,’ said Witch Susan.
      ‘I’ve got something to show you guys, but now only you here,’ said Witch Jenny powerlessly. When she looked for her boots they were gone, she was very shocked in fear. Witch Jenny was very worried and her tear drops began to come out of her both bright diamond eyes. Her sister led her to the magic mirror to ask him where the boots were.
      ‘Mirror, mirror, tell me where are my boots now,’ commanded Witch Jenny.
      ‘They are in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.’ answered the Magic Mirror, and He also showed the location to Witch Jenny and Susan.

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Chapter 6: The Dancing Party

The dancing evening was coming. Thida was wearing the boots and making her wish just like boots told her. It was incredible; her clothes and her beauty changed to wonderfully beautiful.
      When she had arrived the university, everyone was looking at her. No one knew it was her, until she told them who she was. Sopheak a young kind handsome boy who study in the evening session invited Thida to dance. All the girls at the party were very jealous with Thida. Sopheak liked looking into Thida eyes when they were dancing. The music was Thida’s favorite song Hero. Thida felt like she was floating on her dream when she danced with Sopheak. 
      ‘Your eyes are very beautiful and full of love,’ Sopheak said to Thida who was very shy when she had heard the real sweet words from Sopheak. They danced together all the evening.
      When they had a break, Thida told Sopheak that she needed to go to the restroom. When Thida was walking to the restroom, Malay and two of her friends knocked her down. They carried her to the back of the building and left her there in the dark. Malay stole Thida’s magical boots.
      Malay tried the boots, and said what she heard the boots told Thida. Suddenly, Malay’s face had changed to old and scary face and her hair changed to white like a wicked witch. Her two idiot friends ran away from her. She ran home crying for help from her parents, yet she almost scared her parents to death.

Friday, July 15, 2011

Chapter 5: It's Not an Accident

Down below Thida was walking desperately across Wat Phnom from her school; the boots fell off the broomstick and dropped on her head causing her unconscious.    
      ‘She’s conscious now!’ said John the right boot.
      ‘Really,’ exclaimed Mary the left.
      ‘How could I get home?’ said Thida in Khmer.
      ‘We took you to your home,’ answer the two boots in Khmer.
      ‘Huh, both of you can talk!’ said Thida surprisingly.
      ‘Yes, we can. We are magical boots and we are from London, England,’ said the boots
      ‘How can you speak my language?’ asked Thida wonderingly in Khmer.
      ‘I told you we are magical boots,’ answered John freely in Khmer.
      ‘Oh, I see and nice to see you! By the way, my name is Thida,’ said Thida happily in English.
      ‘I’m John,’ said John. ‘And, I’m Mary,’ said Mary with smile on her booty face. ‘You also speak English too!’ said John.
      ‘Yeah, I learning English at Norton,’ said Thida. ‘Norton?’ wondered John.
      They talked and shared their stories. Thida sadly told John and Mary about her problem that she wanted to join dancing party at her university, and how other students thought about her. She also told John and Mary that she was dreaming of a hero to share true love with. John and Marry decided to help Thida. John and Mary also told Thida about themselves that before they were a couple dragons. When they were flying around Nepal, they hit Mount Everest because of the weather that day was very foggy so they could not see what ahead of them. After the accident, they both died. Fortunately, their master Witch Jenny helped them to be alive again. While they were talking, Malay was secretly listening to them out side Thida’s small bedroom at the attic of their house.

Cool! To be continued...

Monday, July 4, 2011

Chapter 4: The Fall Off

After the Oral Interpretation class, Thida walked down stairs with her friend Chenda; she saw many people were looking and talking at the information board, and the notice was about School Night Party which would come very soon. At first, Thida was not interested in it at all, but Chenda motivated her join with a reason to see society. But Thida had did not confirm yet because she worried that her parents would not allow her. And another reason is her face which has a big black mark on it which Malay’s favorite points to make fun of her.

While Thida was looking at the board, Malay and her idiot friends came and mocked at her.
‘Interested? Ugly girl?’ laughed Malay and her idiot friends with glee. ‘You better find an ugly face boyfriend to go with you. Hahahah…’ they said and laughed loudly at the same time. Thida was very sad and run away from them. Chenda warned Malay and her friends not to say bad words to her friend again.


Witch Jenny and the boots had arrived Phnom Penh the capital city of Cambodia. When they flew over Wat Phnom landmark of the city, the wind was blowing very strong causing the boots to fall off the broomstick; Witch Jenny did not notice because she was listening to her favorite song called Shut Up and Drive sang by Rihanna through her iPhone headsets. ‘Master......! Help Us!!!!!!!’ shouted the Boots loudly, but it was useless. Witch Jenny just kept flying on her way to Sydney, and enjoyed her loud music.

OMG! To be continued...