Sarah the Soceress Queen
Sarah the Soceress Queen
Sarah sat on the sofa looking at the mountain of packing boxes in her small living room. She was exhausted from a week spent clearing out her office at the brokerage firm and packing her entire house. Not to mention saying her good-byes to all her friends and answering their questions about why she was leaving.
As she lay there, her thoughts kept going back to her childhood. Her Father was a loving man and both her parents had a loving relationship, her Mother fed her and changed her diapers and that was it. She and her Mother never bonded and it has haunted Sarah. She shook off those memories and dozed for a while.
She felt very strange, as if she were being pulled out of her body. She then had what must have been a migraine headache. She then slept for several hours. When she awoke, she couldn't believe her eyes, the drapes were shredded. It looked like an animal got in the house and attacked the drapes and some of the boxes.
She got up and ran into the kitchen to see if the back door was open. It was securely locked as the front door and all the windows.
This had never happened before. She had no one to talk to about this. She was terrified that this animal was somewhere in the house. She would spend the night at a motel down the street.
She gathered a few things and noticed her sweater was torn, so was her pants. The only solution was that the animal must have torn them while she was in the deep sleep.
She got to the Lacy Motel and settled in for the night.
She had to be at the house at 7am sharp. Maybe the moving men would find this stray cat.
7:00 am. Couldn't come soon enough for Sarah, she now felt she had to leave this area as soon as she could.
I think I'm cracking up, Sarah told to herself.
The truck was full and they had just pulled out of the driveway heading for Sarah's new home. It was only 60 miles, and in an hour she would be home. Her home was in a rural area about 40 miles north of a little town of Cottonwood. It was a fairly large township since everyone there had acreage of at least 20 to 100 acres and some had thousands of forested acres. Her home sat on 50 acres. 10 acres of flat ground with the House and other buildings on it, then another 40 acres up on the hill filled with pine and cedar trees. What a great place to grown up in. She had to smile as she thought of some of her adventures up on the hill.
She backed out of the drive way of her rented house and headed for home. It was a beautiful sunny day in November. As she drove, she started thinking about what she would do when she got home. Mom and Dad's things were just as they left them the day they went to lunch and never came home. Jeannine was Mom's only sister and Sarah had called her Aunt Jeannine since early childhood. She took care of many things that Sarah just couldn't deal with.
Like the finances. It was strange, since Sarah is a Financial Broker. It was just too close. Her parents managed their finances well and that meant that Sarah would be very comfortable. She could work from home if she wanted to and really get the house the way she wanted.
She missed her Dad so much, but she felt no loss for her Mother. That was the number one thing she would discuss with Aunt Jeannine.
As Sarah pulled up to the house, the moving men were carrying in the last of the boxes. Aunt Jeannine had met them and let them in. She got out and stood there looking at her new home. It was a beautiful home.
Aunt Jeannine saw her and put her arm around Sarah's shoulders. Sarah stood there for a moment, then it hit.
Where was he? The one that always met her at the door and wrapped those big arms around her and held her till they both started laughing. How could she do this? She crumbled to the floor sobbing. Jeannine knew that she should just let h