And with another chapter of 4Ever Fantastic Friends!
By the way, sorry for deserting you guys for so long and for no reason. I kinda forgot about this story…
But I’m back! I’ll try to post another chapter next week.
And also, I made a logo thingy for this series/story/whatever.
Anyway, let’s get on with Chapter 4! And below are the links for the previous chapters. This is just in case you guys lost track of the story.
After swinging around madly for a few minutes, the four fairies plopped onto the ground, out of breath.
“What do you reckon we should do now?” asked Dawn.
Dusk tapped her chin thoughtfully. “The right thing to do is to go to the Head Fairy Godmother.”
“What about our parents?” Sea inquired.
“Mehhh word gets around.” Sky smiled. “They’ll hear about it when we become famous.”
Dusk shrugged. “This is rare magic we are talking about. We really need to tell the HFG.”
“Ok, ok. Let’s go.” Dawn held up another of Sea’s book. “I wonder if this will burn.” The book exploded in flames.
“ENOUGH!” Sea snatched it away. “Go ruin your own stuff. In case you didn’t know, I read my books. Not burn them!”
“Look, it’s merely an experiment,” Dawn argued. “Besides, what do you want that textbook to read for? It’s a textbook. Nobody wants to read a school book.”
“I do. Besides, there’s a test coming up in case you did not know.” Sea tucked her books into her bookshelf.
“Will we even need to study now that we have SM?” Dawn wondered.
“Can we go now?” Sky and Dusk were already standing at the door.
The path to the head Fairy Godmother’s house was really easy, since she lived on the top of Silverash Hill.
They requested for an immediate appointment with the HFG because it was really important.
As the young fairies waited for the front door to be opened, they nervously paced the front of the silver gates, scuffed the ground with the tip of their shoes, and blinked really fast (mainly Dusk).
After waiting for seven minutes, the gates opened and a tall and skinny man wearing a tuxedo bowed them in. “Follow me, ladies.”
The fairies were so nervous they could only keep their eyes on the back of the butler’s head.
Down the long white hall they went. On wither side of them, pictures of different fairies and animals were hung. Countless doors of different colours led to different rooms.
They were directed to the Fairy Godmother’s office.
“In here.” The butler opened the oak wooden door.
When the fairies stepped in, they could not believe who was sitting behind the desk.
Hehehe that was a cliffhanger. You’ll have to wait for the next chapter!
What do you think of the new “logo?”