My familiar, Teddy, hugs my leg.
I look down at him and say. "Are
you worried?" He nods his fuzzy head.
I smile big and pick him up.
"There's nothing to worry about.
Sis and I are the best in the company."
His husk voice was like rustling leaf’s.
"I'm worried because you brought him
here." I look at him in surprise.
Sarah calls me to the house, which
almost blended into the forestry.
With teddy, still on me towards her.
I open the door and peer at my
sisters face. "Yes?" She smiles at me.
"He's awake. Whose explaining?"
A sigh escapes my lips. "I will,
but not right now." She frowns
at me. "He deserves to know."
I set Teddy down as I walk
back outside to hide. He
scampers off into a random direction.
I walk up to a tree and run my
fingers along it's rough bark.
A deep sigh escapes my lips.
"How can I help?" I almost
jump from hearing his voice.
I turn to face him.
"You can help me by doing what I
say and staying out of my way."
His face contorted into quiet anger.
I walk back to