A Little Change (1/?)


Oh my God yes. I’ve mused briefly about this before, but not for very long each time. Getting a prompt for it really made me want to try it. So try I did.

This is not the end of this little crack story.

The Fire Spirit didn’t often turn His focus on a sprite other than His own children. He and His siblings watched the sprites they lovingly made, answering their Prayers when they could. Even as the fire sprites all over the world asked for magic from the Lord of Change, and even as He answered, He couldn’t help but look in on one of His sister’s children.

A wood sprite had befriended a human. It wasn’t the strangest happening, but it always amused. Most of the Spirits couldn’t resist checking in on the pair from time to time.

This time, as the human trudged through the woods with the sprite flitting to and fro among the leaves that the Earth Spirit had designed him to match, the Fire Spirit had an idea. A sudden notion of mischief ran through His core. If He could smile, He would.

My sister will forgive me, little one, He thought as he reached out from the place where the Spirits lived. I hope you will, too. Nothing wrong with a little change.

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NaNoWriMo Day 17

Progress for Fairy Tales: Teven of Nowhere

Today’s Word Count:  2000 words

Total Word Count:  35,800 words

Favorite Excerpt:  “Rischa Prayed, using her powerful connection to the Earth Spirit to help me. ‘Earth Spirit,’ she began, her voice still wavery like she was barely resisting the urge to cry. ‘Lady of Life. I beseech you. Guide my hands and bless me with your healing touch, that I may right what has been wronged.’”

After a day of feeling icky, I managed to sit myself down and get my word par for the day! At some point I may make up for yesterday’s lapse, but until then I’m feeling pretty minimalist right now. XD Anyway, the excerpt above is actually a Super Important Thing from my story ‘verse. The healing Prayer can’t be invoked by just anybody, after all! That’s serious magic to be borrowing. Go Rischa!