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Parker Fitzgerald
Invisible horses?
Tue Aug 15, 2017 19:51
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Parker was glad to hear that her father liked it. But the absence of her mother gave him pause. Did he mishear about both her parents being Pecari? Or maybe it was a male heavy house. Parker could see that maybe. His sister would probably be a Pecari if she ever went to this school. Maybe all the Fitzgerald children. For a brief second he missed his family, and then Jasmine's face lit up.
It was obvious in her change that she hadn't cared much for the conversation up until then, but now she was immediately interested. And the information she told seemed remarkable, a horse as big as Dumbo, an Abraxon he thought he heard. Then she started talking about an invisible horse...or something akin to an invisible horse.
At that Parker's eyebrows went high. He couldn't believe there would ever be such a thing as an invisible horse. Suddenly the questions came tumbling out.
"Dumbo? How did you learn to ride it? And how does one learn to ride one?" Parker caught his breath and then continued, "And how is the horse invisible? Are lots of things invisible? And won't riding a broom be a bit like riding a bike? I saw so many people riding them I thought it was easy."

In the back of his head Parker was glad there was at least someone else who couldn't ride a broom. He thought he comment though was odd.

For a second he thought, she's just overreacting because she's led such a sheltered life. Then he remembered she just mentioned invisible horses and that he'd led a pretty sheltered life too.

  • A subject I love!Jasmine Delachene, Sat Aug 12 19:42
    Jasmine nodded as Parker stated he expected he'd be a Pecari. "My father loved it there," she encouraged. Her mother had mixed feelings; Mom had loved having a room to herself, and being with Dad,... more
    • Invisible horses? — Parker Fitzgerald, Tue Aug 15 19:51
      • Yes, of course, an invisible horse!Jasmine, Sat Aug 19 17:16
        Jasmine smiled fondly in remembrance, "Well, the first time, I was probably only three or four, so Mom rode behind me to make sure I didn't fall off. Honestly, I don't remember not riding Flossie, so ... more
        • Everyone looks like an idiotParker Fitzgerald, Tue Aug 22 12:07
          Parker was a bit spell bound. Stories of horses flying, and this seemed so mundane to the Jasmine. He paused when she mentioned not knowing how to ride a bike. He had never thought that the people... more
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