Sara's Story -3-Chapter III
Let the Journey Begin
It seemed like I'd traveled for years under the blazing summer sun, when I realized that it was already getting a little too dark to see ahead of me. I got down off Dawn and walked her over to an isolated area that I'd deemed suitable to make camp in for the night. I took the white sack that Phillip had given me off of her first, then the saddle and blanket.
"There you go girl, feel better now?" I asked her, as I rubbed the dust off of her back and patted her.
She whinnied in response as to say, "oh yes".
I quickly started gathering sticks to start a fire before the night would swallow the forest whole. Once I had done so, I laid Dawn's blanket and saddle down together to create a small bed, and took out my white sack to see what all Phillip had packed up for me. The first thing I pulled out was a medium sized knife that was inside a beautifully decorative sheath. I smiled, knowing that even though he knew he couldn't go with me, he still had to someho
Sara's Story -2-Chapter II
"Hello Erick." I greeted the stable boy.
"Oh good morning your highness, would you like to go out for a ride with Dawn?" he asked, walking over to my favorite horses' stall.
"Yes please, and may I add thanks for all of your services of taking good care of her so well."
"You're quite welcome." He said, taking Dawn out of the stall, guiding her out by the bridle.
I watched Erick put the decorative blanket on her back first, and then the black leather saddle. After she was fully outfitted, he walked her up to me, and handed me the reins.
"There you go, all ready for you. And you must have luck your highness." He complemented.
"Why do you say that Erick?" I asked, mounting Dawn.
"Because she was freshly shoed earlier this morning."
"Wow, that is lucky, and thank you. Oh, and if you don't mind, tell Phillip, when he comes that I'm going to be on the trail in the Forest of the Fallen."
"Alright, I'll be sure to pass the message along." He said with a smile.
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