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|February 20 2012, 02:33 AM||#31|
Re: Non Trek Fic: Lawndale and Sandi Griffin's Genie
The four appeared in a large cave, filled with various furnishings and containers of food.
“Cool,” Elias said.
“More like hell,” Christine said.
“It’s somewhere,” Shannon said.
“We’re where we were, just in the emerald. It seems to be like a TARDIS. Bigger on the inside than the outside,” Elias said.
“That’s right,” Jean said, remembering the few episodes of Doctor Who she had seen in the sixties.
“That’s right,” Jean said.
“Probably,” Christine said.
“Elias to Judith.”
“Elias Howarth to Judith Lake, come in.”
“Return us to the O’Reilly’s place!” Christine demanded.
“We are at the O’Reilly’s place,” Jean said, hoping that Christine would listen to reason.
“No we’re not!”
Meanwhile, Joey and Jeffy arrived outside the library. Quinn immediately came up to their car. “Finally,” she said. “Let’s go back to my place,” she said.
“Sure, Quinn,” Jeffy said.
“Sure, Quinn,” Joey said.
“I’m driving!” Jeffy said.
“Guys! No fighting while driving! Now, tell me what has been happening. One at a time,” Quinn said as she got in the back.
“Um, sure,” Jeffy said as he got back into the driver’s seat.
After a few minutes at the Youth Group, Sam decided to wish himself home. He then did that and reappeared in the game room where he and Jean had been playing chess.
“Now we are at 512 Grandstaff Drive,” Jean said.
“Make up your mind!” Christine said.
“Sam wished himself home,” Jean said.
“Elias to Louisa, Elias Howarth to Louisa Moore, come in please!”
Sam rubbed the emerald. Jean came out. “Want to continue our game?” she asked.
“Sure,” Sam said.
“Elias to Nicole. Elias Howarth to Nicole Jameson. Elias to Sandi, Elias Howarth to Sandi Griffin. Elias to Quinn, Elias Howarth to Scarlett Hawkins-Le Faye! If anyone can hear please respond.”
He then thought about the possibility that the signal couldn’t get out of the emerald.
“We are quite obviously out of range, Elias!” Christine said.
“No, we aren’t, there’s interference,” Elias said.
‘Elias is deluded,’ Christine thought.
“Checkmate,” Jean said, taking Sam’s remaining pawn with her Queen and blocking the King into a corner.
“It was a good game,” Sam said.
“Aren’t you going to wish those others out?” Jean asked.
“What do you mean?” Sam asked.
“You know; Elias and his two youth group friends,” Jean said.
“Oh,” Sam said. ‘I thought she would do it herself,’ he thought. He then wished the trio out of the emerald.
“Thanks, Sam,” Elias said.
“This is not the O’Reilly’s!” Christine exclaimed.
“No, it’s the Griffin’s,” Jean said.
“Send me to the O’Reilly’s!” Christine pouted.
“Not with that attitude,” Elias said.
“I agree,” Jean said.
“Oh! You’re impossible!” Christine said.
“No, I’m not,” Elias said.
Christine made a noise of annoyance and stormed out. She stormed out of the game room in a huff...
“So, a game of chess?” Sam asked Elias.
“Sure, why not?” Elias said, he and Shannon didn’t really need to be back at the O’Reilly’s for a while.
“Are you sure?” Shannon asked.
“Yes,” Elias said.
Quinn, Jeffy and Joey arrived back at the Morgendorffers. Daria, Jane and Stacy met Quinn at the door. “What has happened since you left school, Quinn?” Stacy asked.
“Fill us in,” Jane said.
“What they said,” Daria said.
“I’ll tell you in the kitchen,” Quinn said. Daria and Jane stepped aside and Stacy hugged Quinn. “Um, Stacy? Give me some space here!”
“Sorry!” Stacy said. She let go and backed up.
“So, why didn’t you call, Quinn?” Helen asked, when Quinn entered the kitchen.
“Sorry, I was focusing on the information that I was looking up. I can see why Daria is so into her books,” Quinn said.
“It runs in the family,” Helen said.
“It does!” Quinn exclaimed.
“Yes, I practically poured over all information I could find about the Legal System when I was a teenager. I knew I was going to be a lawyer from ninth grade,” Helen said.
“I’m still not sure,” Quinn said.
“Not everyone is, Quinn. Anyway, Amy was practically obsessive about her interests. Even Rita, in her own way, until she discovered boys...” Helen said.
“I see, so the way I focus on Fashion...”
“That’s similar to my interest in the Law,” Helen said.
“OK,” Quinn said.
“So fill us in on what happened since Tiffany got here this morning,” Helen said.
“Since this morning?” Quinn asked.
“Yes, we would like to hear your perspective,” Jane said.
“And then learn what had happened between you leaving school and when you called,” Daria said.
“OK...” Quinn said. She then began to speak about her experiences in her usual babbling way.
“Checkmate,” Elias said bringing his game with Sam to a close.
“I guess I’m still rusty,” Sam said.
“Practice makes perfect,” Elias said.
“True, but Chris isn’t interested. He’s more interested in computer games,” Sam said.
“What about at school?” Elias asked.
“I’m in the Chess club, but I haven’t been in there long,” Sam said.
“Then that will give you the practice,” Elias said.
Sam thought for a moment. “OK,” he said.
Elias turned to Shannon, who was in the game room, reading a book. “Ready to go back to the O’Reilly’s ?” he asked.
“Absolutely,” Shannon said.
“Let’s go,” Elias said.
“What of Christine?” Shannon asked.
“She’s already long gone,” Elias said.
“Ok, bye, Sam,” Shannon said.
“Bye,” Sam said.
Elias grabbed the emerald and wished them back to the O’Reilly’s...
Elias and Shannon reappeared in a deserted area of the O’Reilly’s house. Deserted that is, except for one person. “So, Elias Howarth, you have the emerald,” Daniel Herron said.
“What is it to you?” Elias asked, recognising his fellow Lawndale High student.
“You don’t know what you’re dealing with!” Daniel said.
“And you do?” Elias asked.
“Not really, but better than you?”
“What do you mean?” Shannon asked.
“I don’t need to answer you,” Daniel said, he then rushed Elias and grabbed the emerald. After a brief struggled he pulled, causing the necklace to break. “Don’t think of following me!” He dashed out a nearby door.
“I’ll take the risk,” Elias said.
“I will too,” Shannon said as she started moving.
Daniel looked back and saw Elias and Shannon exit the house after him. He turned and said “Don’t say I didn’t warn you! I wish for a moderate Earthquake in Lawndale! Epicentere, right here!”
“No!” Elias said. ‘First a tornado and now this? How many people are going to be wishing for natural disasters?”
“Too late,” Daniel said as the wish granting sound was heard and the wish ripples went down into the ground... He took the opportunity to continue running.
Christine had just reached the end of Grandstaff Drive when the quake struck. ‘This isn’t good!’ she thought. She turned around and headed back in the direction of the Griffin residence.
At Penton Hall, Jeremy was knocked to the floor by the Earthquake. ‘Oh no! Exactly as in Smithton! The emerald has been stolen at a Church Youth Group!’ he thought. He didn’t know where to look, as he knew the Youth Group wouldn’t be at the Church in question.
The quake came to an end after about ten seconds. He decided to head downstairs to the Block 2 balcony to see if anyone else would be discussing the quake and the other events that had happened in Lawndale that day.
Jeremy arrived at the balcony. “I tell you, something weird is happening, and we need to know what it is,” Lindy Weaver said.
“I don’t doubt it, but it could just be a coincidence,” Josiah Kelly said.
“What are you discussing?” Jeremy asked.
“The strange events that have been happening in Lawndale today,” Lindy said.
“I have noticed them too. I also see a connection to a series of events in Smithton back in 1993!” Jeremy said.
“That’s just a series of Ohio-centric urban legends,” Josiah said dismissively.
“They aren’t just urban legends, Josiah. I was there! They happened.”
“What are these urban legends?” Lindy asked.
“That there was a genie, and a group of teenagers fought against the forces of evil to destroy it, in Smithton, Ohio, back in 1993!” Josiah said.
“Exactly,” Jeremy said.
“This is ridiculous,” Josiah said.
“I don’t know, Josiah, he sounds like he’s telling the truth,” Lindy said.
“OK, Josiah, Lindy, have I ever told ‘tall tales,’ like this, before?”Jeremy asked.
Lindy and Josiah both thought.
“You haven’t, really, but how do you know the truth about those events?” Josiah asked.
“Because I was one of those teenagers caught up in the events,” Jeremy said.
“That’s interesting,” Lindy said.
“So what do we do about what’s happening?” Josiah asked.
“We’ll wait until tomorrow. Early in the morning, a mountain of food is going to appear somewhere in Lawndale. Then we’re going to look for the emerald close to that pile of food,” Jeremy said.
“So, it’s an emerald, rather than a lamp?” Lindy asked.
“Yes, a rather small jewel emerald, with a clasp with which it can be clipped onto a necklace or bracelet,” Jeremy said.
“So, why not now? Wasn’t there an earthquake in Smithton back in ’93?” Josiah asked.
“There was a quake in Smithton in 93, and there was a pile of food appearing early the next day. The pile of food will be our opportunity to nip the whole sequence of events in the bud,” Jeremy said.
“Ok,” Josiah said. They agreed to go into Lawndale as soon as the pile of food appeared...
Quinn stopped her description of the events at lunch as the Quake struck.
“Earthquake!” Helen said.
“Earthquake! But Lawndale is nowhere near a faultline!” Jake said, as everyone attempted to scramble to the nearest doorframes.
Mystik Spiral took up the kitchen-dining room door frame. “Hmm, I wonder if this will cancel our gig,” Trent said.
Quinn, Stacy, Tiffany, Joey and Jeffy took up the sliding door from the kitchen into the yard. “I hope there’s not too much damage!” Stacy said.
Helen, Jake, Daria, Jane and Frances dove beneath the kitchen table. “Most likely,” Jane said, in response to Trent.
Tom and Tananda went to the door between the kitchen and the laundry room. The quake soon finished.
“That was unexpected,” Daria said.
“And yet if someone can wish a tornado, someone else would wish for an earthquake,” Jane said.
“Somehow, I think you’re right,” Daria said.
“We better inspect the damage. We’ll get to the rest of Quinn’s report once that’s done,” Helen said.
“Let’s get started,” Daria said as she got up.
“Sure,” Jane said.
Cedars of Lawndale
“Yikes!” Keith said when the Quake struck.
“Quake!” Kristen said at her normal speed. She rolled off the bed and jumped beneath, followed by Keith.
After the quake finished, they clambered out. “This is serious!” Kristen said.
“I agree,” Keith said.
Jennifer was online, looking at various news sites when the quake struck. “Eep!” She dived beneath the computer desk. ‘This isn’t good,’ she thought.
Once the quake subsided she clambered out. ‘What now?’ she thought.
Cindy was playing Baldur’s Gate when the quake struck. She immediately stopped playing and dashed to her bedroom doorway. ‘This isn’t good,’ she thought.
When the quake was over she went downstairs to see if the rest of her family was ok.
When the quake struck, Corey was going down the stairs. He slipped and landed on his behind. “Ow!” When it finished he continued down the stairs, carefully.
The Landons were in their living room when the quake began. “Quake!” Andrew shouted.
Michelle grabbed Evan and ran to the nearest door frame.
“This has to do with that genie,” Jodie said from where she and Rachel had gone for cover.
“Unfortunately, I agree with you,” Andrew said.
“You have to do something about it, and soon!” Michelle said.
“Of course, but all we can do is look out for strange events and try to grab it,” Andrew said.
“I see,” Michelle said.
“Definitely,” Jodie said.
“Quake!” Steve called out.
“Oh, No!” Brittany shrieked as she dived beneath the table, followed by her brother, Brian and Step-mother, Ashley Amber.
“This is really bad!” Steve said after the quake had gone.
“There doesn’t appear to be any damage,” Ashley Amber said.
“There still may be damage elsewhere in the house!” Steve said.
“Of course,” Ashley Amber said after a moment. She left the living room.
“I hope it doesn’t happen again!” Brittany said.
“Same here, Sweetie,” Steve said.
The Quake struck, and Elizabeth went to the nearest doorframe. ‘Oh! Why do I tolerate Anastasia’s friendship with that Sandi!’ she thought.
Helen, Jane, Daria and Quinn re-entered the kitchen. “Thankfully, there isn’t any damage upstairs or in the attic,” Daria said.
“It mustn’t have been very strong,” Quinn said.
“There’s no apparent damage in the basement,” Tananda said.
“Nor in the garage,” Trent said.
Joey came in through the sliding door; “Nothing is missing on the outside,” he said.
“It mustn’t have been very strong,” Helen said.
“We got away lucky,” Daria said.
“Indeed we did sweetie,” Helen said.
“May I continue now?” Quinn asked.
“Certainly,” Helen said.
Quinn continued her description of the day.
Elias and Shannon continued their pursuit of Daniel after the quake had gone. Elias took out the walkie-talkie. “Elias to Judith, any ideas how wishing for a quake would work?”
“Really, Elias? This lab is now a mess!” Judith said.
“Sorry,” Elias said.
“It could be anything from induced vibrations to magma currents, give me time to think about it,” Judith said.
“OK, just keep me informed, Elias out.”
“I’ll let you know,” Judith said.
|June 1 2015, 01:26 AM||#32|
Re: Non Trek Fic: Lawndale and Sandi Griffin's Genie
Meanwhile, Dennis was plotting.
‘More than an earthquake!’ he thought. ‘A volcano!’
Shannon caught up to Daniel. After a brief struggle she grabbed the emerald and wished Daniel elsewhere. Elias caught up to her. “That was close,” he said.
“You think he wouldn’t have stopped with the Earthquake?” Shannon asked.
“No,” Daniel said.
“Let’s go back.”
“I agree.” Shannon gave him the emerald. “I wish that the damage from that quake would be repaired.”
At 8:25, Christine arrived back at the Griffin’s place. She knocked loudly on the door. “Hello? Let me in!”
Sam answered the door. “Oh, it’s you. Elias and Shannon aren’t here, they wished themselves back to the Youth Group. Shortly before that ‘quake.”
“I know about the quake! Let me in!”
“Fine! But they’re not here!” Sam said as he stepped aside, letting Christine in.
“And so I got to Cranberry Commons but the situation was then resolved, so I headed back to the library,” Quinn said.
“You said that Scarlett was there,” Tananda stated, interrupting.
“Yeah, so?” Quinn asked wondering what Tananda was getting at.
“She was here before she went there,” Tananda said.
“It’s like she had a premonition or something,” Daria said looking at Tananda.
“Not a premonition, but I’m not saying anything further about her abilities,” Tananda said defensively.
“Ok...” Quinn said.
“When Scarlett left, they had an argument about Scarlett,” Stacy said.
“Oh,” Quinn said. ‘Maybe we’ll find out more about her later,’ she thought. “Scarlett was here?”
“Yeah,” Jane said.
“We ran into her and Tananda at the Pizza place when the Tornado occurred,” Tom said.
“Oh,” Quinn said.
Tom continued telling Quinn about the afternoon from his point of view, with commentary from Jane and Daria.
Christine had searched every room in the Griffin’s house. “I see that they aren’t here,” she said to Jean in the kitchen.
“No, they went back to the O’Reillys,” Jean said.
“Or maybe they are outside in the back yard,” Christine said.
“They’re not!” Sam said.
“I’m looking there anyway!” Christine said. She then went out there.
Christine soon re-entered the kitchen. “They aren’t there, I guess I’ll just go home then,” Christine said.
“Bye!” Sam said.
Christine left. She didn’t know how her parents were going to react when she got home ‘They certainly won’t believe the rumours,’ she thought.
Sandi finally arrived at the Church building. ‘Stupid ‘quake!’ She soon found that it was empty. “I’ll find you, Elias!” she said into the empty air. She was rather annoyed. She was also rather tired from all the running around she had been doing since lunchtime. She thus decided to go home. ‘I’ll get it back tomorrow,’ she vowed.
The Taylors met back in the living room. “We got lucky, no damage,” Steve said.
“That’s great, honey,” Ashley Amber said.
“No damage upstairs either,” Brittany said.
“Good, but it could happen again,” Steve said.
“Not good,” Ashley Amber said.
“I’ll look for the emerald tomorrow,” Brittany said.
“Great initiative!” Steve said.
Brittany twirled her hair, wondering where to start and who to ask for help in the search. She knew that Kevin wouldn’t be of any use...
At 9:10, the youth group finished. Elias and Shannon left together. “Are you sure you want to walk home in the dark?” Elias asked.
“I only live a couple of blocks away,” Shannon said with a dismissive wave of her hand.
“I did think of wishing for something silly, but the quake cured me of that notion,” Shannon said.
“Something silly?” Elias asked, wondering what Shannon was possibly thinking of doing.
“Oh, powers similar to that girl in the Secret World of Alex Mack, but I now think that would be too much.”
“Certainly, I don’t know what I could have done with those powers.”
“Neither do I,” Elias said reassured.
“I’ll see you next week,” Shannon said.
“Bye,” Elias said. He wished himself back to Cranberry Commons where Nicole was waiting.
Tom finished his description of the events in the afternoon. “I see,” Helen said.
Trent looked at the clock. “Hmm, 9:20, our gig starts at 10:00. We still need to be there if the Zon is still open.”
“Yeah,” Jesse said.
“I’ll go with you,” Jane said.
“We’ll keep our ears open at the Zon, Daria, Mrs. M,” Trent said.
“See that you do,” Helen said.
“I’ll be there later,” Daria said.
“I see you there,” Jane said.
“I’ll go too, my family must be wondering where I am,” Tom said.
“Good idea,” Helen said.
As the Lane’s, Tom and the rest of Mystik Spiral left, the Blum-Decklers also said their goodbye’s for the night and left.
“So what are we doing now?” Quinn asked.
“Good question,” Stacy said.
“We could look around the neighbourhood,” Daria suggested.
“As long as you go in a group, this area is safe but with what is going on we cannot be too careful,” Helen said.
“Are you sure, Helen?” Jake asked.
“Good, now to figure out who to come with,” Daria said.
Daria exited the house, followed by Joey, Jeffy, Stacy and Samara. “Ok, we will go around the block counter clockwise. If we meet anyone we’ll ask them about today’s events and whether they have any idea where Jean or the emerald is. Questions?”
“Counter clockwise?” Jeffy asked.
“She means to go to the left from here, and to continue in that direction until we come back here,” Stacy said.
“I could have told you that,” Joey said.
“No fighting here, please. Quinn isn’t watching,” Daria said.
“Oh, her bedroom light is out,” Joey said.
“What do you mean?” Samara asked.
“Surely you have seen Joey, Jeffy and Jamie fight in the presence of Quinn?” Stacy asked. “She thinks it’s cute.”
“Oh,” Samara said. She then remembered an instance of the described behaviour occurring.
“Let’s go,” Daria said.
“Sure,” Samara said.
Elias and Nicole approached Nicole’s house. “What did your Mom say?” Elias asked.
“She said that you can use the spare room. I don’t know why you couldn’t just go home,” Nicole said.
“My Mom said that I could stay in town tonight, although she was concerned about the rumours of the events. I could have went home, but I don’t want my family finding out about the emerald tonight.”
“What of my family?”
“It will stay in the spare room until I go tomorrow.”
“Good,” Nicole said as they came up to the front door. She unlocked the door.
Tom arrived home. “Tom, you’re back!” his mother, Katherine ‘Kay’ Sloane said as he came in the front door.
“I’m sorry, I should have come back earlier.”
“You had us rather worried, young man.”
Tom raised his eyebrow.
“OK, I was worried, Elsie wasn’t as much. I don’t know what your father was feeling.”
“So, you didn’t panic about the tornado or the earthquake?”
“Of course we did.”
Meanwhile, inside, Quinn came back into the kitchen after having gone to the bathroom. “Tananda, you want a soda?”
“Sure,” Tananda said.
Quinn grabbed two sodas out of the fridge and brought them over to the table, where Tananda was sitting.
“So, what can you tell me of Scarlett?”
“Not you too!”
“I am not satisfying those who pry into others affairs. You will have to ask her yourself.”
“Are you sure?”
Daria and the others arrived back at Schloss Morgendorffer. “That didn’t take long,” Samara said.
“You’re right, we’ll also do the opposite block the same way,” Daria said.
“Opposite block?” Jeffy asked.
“Yes, we’ll cross the street and then go around that block,” Daria said.
“Oh,” Jeffy said, understanding Daria’s idea.
“Lets go,” Samara said.
“Sure.” Joey said.
Halfway around the second block, Daria and the others met a few others whom they knew from school. “Hi, Daria, I guess that you are looking for that emerald too,” Jenna Schwartz said.
“Yes,” Daria said.
“We haven’t found it yet,” Joey said.
“Neither have we,” Koichi ‘Rob’ Robazaki said from next to Jenna.
“So far we have heard that it may be at Cranberry Commons, but that was hours ago,” Daria said.
“Quinn said that,” Joey said.
“They don’t need to know that,” Daria said.
Rob exchanged a look with Jenna. “We know about the zero gravity that was there, and that earthquake. It could be anywhere in Lawndale,” he said.
“Hmm, the best we can do is to keep looking,” Daria said.
“We won’t keep you,” Jenna said.
“Good luck,” Samara said.
“To you too,” Rob said. The two groups then parted in their search for the emerald.
When they got back to the Morgendorffer’s house, another car was parked at the kerb. “My Mom’s here!” Stacy said.
“Is that bad?” Daria asked.
“I just wasn’t expecting it is all,” Stacy said, slightly panicked.
‘There may be something there,’ Daria thought. She didn’t want to get involved, but she didn’t want to ignore it either. She could use Stacy’s help in the genie/emerald situation.
“Let’s just go in,” Daria said.
“You first,” Stacy said.
“OK,” Daria said.
Samara put her hand on Stacy’s shoulder. “Eep!”
“Don’t worry,” Samara said.
Stacy timidly walked into the kitchen, followed by Daria and Samara. Quinn shot her a supportive look as Elizabeth spoke. “Anastasia! I was so worried!”
“I’m fine, Mom,” Stacy said. “Although we haven’t found any useful clues as to where that emerald is!” despite her words there were tears in her eyes.
“Yes, Anastasia. Quinn, her Mom and Tananda have told me a summary of what has happened today. Quite a lot of events.”
“Can I help in the search tomorrow?” Stacy asked, leaning against the bench with the stove on it, as if for support.
“Of course you can, but we can talk about when you get home tomorrow night, tomorrow morning.”
“Yes, Mom,” Stacy said timidly.
“And now, it’s almost 10:00. We’ll go home and you can tell me everything that has happened today.”
“Of course,” Elizabeth said.
“But first, Elizabeth, I would like to know what they found on their little neighbourhood search,” Helen said from where she was sitting. She had taken the whole exchange in. She noticed her older daughter’s (rather slight) look of concern, but didn’t share that concern.
“We didn’t find anything,” Daria said.
“We did meet Rob and Jenna, but they didn’t know anything either.”
“Rob and Jenna?” Helen asked.
“Koichi Robazaki and Jenna Schwartz,” Tananda said.
“They’re Geeks,” Quinn said.
“Quinn!” Helen shouted.
“They’re in the Anime Club, Jenna’s the president,” Stacy said.
“Oh,” Helen said.
“Anyhow, I’ll see you tomorrow,” Stacy said, as she saw her mother stand up.
“Bye,” Elizabeth said.
After the Rowe’s left, Joey and Jeffy also decided to leave. “You want a lift home, Samara?” Joey asked.
“Do you, Tananda?” Jeffy asked.
“Sure,” Samara said.
“I can walk, I don’t live far from here,” Tananda said.
When Daria arrived at the Zon, Mystik Spiral had already started their set. They were playing their song, ‘Mr. Normal.’ She spotted Jane and went over to her. “Hey, Daria,” she said.
Sandi arrived home at 10:15, after having stopped at a neighbourhood shop for dinner. ‘What a long day!’ she thought. She could see that her family seemed to have gone to bed as she came up to the front door. ‘Just as well,’ she thought. Once inside she snuck up the stairs into her room.
In the room she turned on her lamp and retrieved the book which contained all the wishes that were granted that day.
List of Wishes granted (so far) on February 19, 1999
Sam Griffin wishes for: A LEGO model of the Griffin Residence
Sandi Griffin wishes for: A way of recording wishes made since February 18, 1999
Tori Jericho wishes for: Sandi Griffin to go elsewhere
Tori Jericho wishes for: Bright streamers in the school colors hanging off the school library
Andrea Hecuba wishes for: Sandi Griffin to have the emerald back
Sandi Griffin wishes for: Herself to be in Homeroom
Sandi Griffin wishes for: Principal Angela Li to fall asleep, for the equipment in her office to fail and for said principal to get lost if she searches for Tori Jericho, Andrea Hecuba and/or Stacy Rowe
Sandi Griffin wishes for: Herself to time-warp to the end of recess
Jennifer Burns wishes for: The school buildings to shake for twelve seconds
Kristen Leung-Bell wishes for: Zero gravity in the school buildings for one and a half minutes
Daria Morgendorffer wishes for: a herd of beautiful wild ponies running free across the plains
Daria Morgendorffer wishes for: the herd to appear in a deserving place in Texas
Tiffany Blum-Deckler wishes for: A lot of rain
Sandi Griffin wishes for: The rain to stop
Sandi Griffin wishes for: Herself and Tiffany to be in the History Classroom
Sandi Griffin wishes for: The history classroom to be clean
Anna Pearce wishes for: Herself to be near the library
Elias Howarth wishes for: Himself to be where Jennifer Burns is
Jennifer Burns wishes for: There to be zero gravity whilst Sandi Griffin is in the school buildings until the end of lunch
Cindy Brolsma wishes for: A door that would open to anywhere else in the school
Cindy Brolsma (sort of) wishes for: A wall of Jello full of ‘surprises’ in the Cafeteria
Quinn Morgendorffer wishes for: Everyone to be in the basement server room
Elias Howarth wishes for: Sandi Griffin to be in Main Street at that moment
Elias Howarth wishes for: Himself to be in the Lawndale Second Hand Book Store
Dennis Monks wishes for: A tornado to form on Sloane Hill and move towards Main Street
Elias Howarth wishes for: Dennis Monks to be at his home, the tornado to disappear and for the major damage caused by that tornado to be repaired
Elias Howarth wishes for: Himself and Quinn Morgendorffer to have walkie-talkies
Elias Howarth wishes for: Himself to be in Cranberry Commons
Elias Howarth wishes for: Quinn Morgendorffer to have another walkie-talkie
Elias Howarth wishes for: The minor tornado damage to be repaired
Judith Lake wishes for: Zero gravity in Cranberry Commons
Elias Howarth wishes for: Sandi Griffin and Andrea Hecuba to go to the Bowling Alley
Elias Howarth wishes for: Judith Lake to have a laboratory
Elias Howarth wishes for: Himself to be in Emerald Street
Elias Howarth wishes for: A group to go into the emerald
Sam Griffin wishes for: Himself to go home
Sam Griffin wishes for: The group to get out of the emerald
Elias Howarth wishes for: Himself and Shannon O’Quillan to go to the O’Reilly’s
Daniel Herron wishes for: An Earthquake
Elias Howarth wishes for: Daniel Herron to be elsewhere
Elias Howarth wishes for: Earthquake damage to be repaired
Elias Howarth wishes for: Himself to be back at Cranberry Commons
‘Interesting,’ Sandi thought. ‘Elias still has it, but he’s unlikely to be still at Cranberry Commons.’ She decided to continue the hunt in the morning...
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