I have come into a large dilemma, starting with me dating a shape shifter and ending with me and a prince having a spell driven moment. It started with my ex showing his true form, by cheating on me. We had been together for a few months and he was a day away from meeting those closest to me, but I came to his chambers to find another women within them. Then as a way to make me realize that I needed to date a nice man, mary chose to try to use her magic and get me are friend Liam together. He is a tradesman with a great heart and I have always been fond of him, but never could think more of it because he is Zachary’s greatest Ally and Friend. Mary’s efforts worked in some manner and got Liam and me to kiss, in an intoxicated state of truth or dare though. Then there is Richard, a charming warrior in a battle for good, a man who indeed has deep feelings for me. I am just unsure as to my feelings for him, though this did not stop us from having a lust induced moment of weakness. If it were not for my magic mirrors insistent ringing we would have lost ourselves completely.
I am confused as I may still have feelings for my ex, along with liam and possibly Richard. I am lost in a world of what ifs and however’s, worst of all I am not even planning on staying in tartarus for the entire summer. Zachery and his family are taking me to their summer home for over a week and then when I return I plan on packing up and heading out, with only a small chance of me coming back for a week to work a few more shifts. It is not fair to them to pursue these feelings when I plan on leaving for Camelot so soon, and its not fair to put me through the pain of getting attached.
Why does this have to happen now..?
More to come,
Ruby the not so wicked witch
Traveling to a destination will always be a tedious event, made even worse when one travels in a community carriage. You risk getting stuck beside ghosts who spend the trip reminiscing about their past, trolls who spend the trip drooling on you as they constantly fall asleep on your shoulder, or worse. I personally find the worst people to be stuck by are the vampires and werewolves who seem to only really wake up at night and keep those around them up from their obnoxious noise and heightened energy. A near second would be Sugar Plum Fairies, those are the over talkative ones, only irritating if they are near you, pretty much horrific if they are sitting beside you. I have gotten stuck by one once, she was travelling from Camelot to Tartarus, as was I, so she sat with me. Longest nine hours of my life, I learned more than I would ever like to about her. A witch was not made to have prolonged social interactions with Sugar Plum fairies, hell most fairies are hard for me to handle.
Today I found myself travelling to Winchester, and thankfully I got to sit alone! Although I am near a Warrior and her family. Warrior women are a fierce sort, harsh to enemies and protective of all, especially their families. From the moment she boarded the carriage her strength and protectiveness was apparent. These traits were solidified when she exclaimed “Split up a family why don’t you!” her tone got the other passengers moving quickly. With in an instant a lovely pixie had moved seats so that the warrior had room for her two boys. While the pixie was moving many more creatures offered their spots to the strong women that stood before them.
As the trip continued I began to see more peaceful aspects to the mother, as one of her sons appeared to be so hyper that one would assume he had ate been eating from a witches candy house moments before boarding. Even in his hyper active state she was patient and kind to him, apologizing to passengers that he was disturbing.
It has been a long time since I have travelling in a private carriage with my family and I can’t help but wonder if community carriages are better. Mostly because when one travels it gives them an opportunity to create unique stories and memories as well as learn more about those they may not associate with.
More to come,
Ruby, the not so wicked witch.