"I have..wings?" I almost dropped the note, my hands shaking. I did when the door banged open, my little sister standing in the doorway.
"Mila! Come on! I wanna go watch the ravens!" She called out, her stuffed replica of the bird in her arms.
I sighed. "I know, Genny, I know. Hold on, I'll be ready in a moment." I stood up, leaving the note on my quilts as I did. I stretched my arms above my head as Genny stomped her feet on the ground.
"They're going to go away! Come on!" She tromped down the stairs to where I knew she'd wait for me.
I slipped on my sweater, ruffling my hair before brushing it. My long brown tresses were then put into a braid, my thin fingers neatly twisting them into the hair tie. The dark jeans I slid on contrasted with the lighter, yellow-striped sweater. The one Grandmama had knit for me before she passed away.
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On your birthday, you wake up to discover a note next to your bed that says you now have the ability to sprout wings! However, that ability isn't totally under your control. Whenever someone says "fly," your wings appear — whether you want them to or not... [Photo Credit: Bailey Kimball]