Inside the elevator there were only three buttons. One for the floor they had just toured, one that Eileen pressed and one below that which was left unexplained. The doors opened in time with the cheerful ping that indicated they had reached their destination. Eileen promptly stepped off the elevator and began walking right into the heart of what seemed to be a labyrinth of hallways. The other two followed quickly but silently behind making every other step a small jump in an effort to catch up while attempting to keep their pace at a walk. Eileen suddenly stopped and turned to them at the convergence of the hallways. Continue reading
Brit gathered her things as the train was coming to a stop. When she stepped off the platform of the train station she got her first real glimpse of the city. She hesitated, she had no idea where to go. Having never been to Themiscyra City before, she wasn’t exactly familiar with the layout. Continue reading
As she shut the door her mother looked up from a book. She was sitting at the kitchen table, drinking tea while waiting for bread to finish baking. It smelled delicious but Brit would have to wait until tomorrow to eat it. She knew this was a last minute preparation for the family picnic tomorrow in honor of her little brother’s graduation and her acceptance of a new job offer in the city. Their grandma, aunts, uncle and spoiled cousin would all be there.
“Who were you talking to out there?” she asked.
“I… found an animal,” said Brit. Continue reading