Saturday, April 5, 2014


Welcome to the E day of the A-to-Z challenge.
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Today we start with a part of Attic Mirror but instead of following Hitomi like in the novel, we are following Grenadine. (Clue, Grenadine has a big crush on Sedana Bayard who you might have encounter in Caring two days ago.


Yobi ran down the stairs again, all laughing, holding two big bottles of red pain followed closely by Grenadine and Jayden.
“I’m gonna get you," Theo said walking toward Yobi with an angry look.
“Did you find Gideon?” Danny said walking out from the kids’ room.
Yobi threw the bottles at Danny before running to hide behind the sofa and looking at him as the bottles explode making a very big noise and throwing paint at everything and everybody in the room.
“grrrr,” Hitomi said passing a hand in her sticky hair before laughing, “I always wanted to try turning my hair red.”
“Very funny,” Jayden said.
The little ones started to cry.
“I got paint in my eyes,” Theo cried.
“Well done, Danny, youhou, so artistic,” Yobi said clapping getting out of behind the sofa and escaping in the living-room.
“Gideon,” Jayden started to yell.
Grenadine was trying to help Melody with the pieces of her fairy now covered in paint but was only making things worse and the little girl was crying even more.
“Just you two go wash yourself,” Jayden said to Hitomi and Grenadine, “as you are old enough to and I’ll take care of the rest.” He seemed passably angry.
Grenadine started to protest about catching Yobi first but Gideon opened the door and entered followed by Sedana and Taika. She pushed Hitomi upstairs in a hurry.

“Do you think he saw me like this?” Grenadine asked when they arrived in the first floor.
“Of course not,” Hitomi said laughing.
“Oh my god, he did,” Grenadine said looking horrified.
“It doesn’t matter that much, you’re always covered in paint anyway,” Hitomi added.
Grenadine shrugged her shoulders and run to her bedroom. Was she really always covered in paint? It was sure that she had more and more trouble finding clothes without stains even when she was trying her best to separate her normal clothes and her painting outfit. Sedana had finally seen the worse of her, the part that she couldn't change because she couldn't stop painting, that was so embarrassing. She sat on the bed uncaring of the red paint leaking around her and started to cry. She would never be able to face him again. 

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  1. I love Grenadine as a first name. Fun!

    This is A. Catherine Noon, visiting from the Noon and Wilder blog for the A-Z Challenge, #1554 on the list. Happy blogging!

  2. Hi,

    Minion from the A to Z, checking in to say hi! Glad you joined the challenge this year.