And so it Goes OnSapphire was ten and she loved to play outside. It was her most favourite thing to do in the whole wide world. She loved being with nature, the tickle of grass and the fragrant smell of the flowers. Sapphire was really happy that the place she lived in had such a big well kept garden. From the moment she woke up to when the sun went down, Sapphire would race outside and dance in the grass. Her mother would make her a lunch of cold meats and milk, which would then be left in a hamper by the front door and Sapphire would eat when her stomach rumbled.And so it Goes On by *MilleyCastfire
However, today was different. Sapphire clutched a vibrant pink flower in her hand, dragged a
And so it continuesMilley looked down at the bundle of blue fox and pink blanket. She was so tiny, even for a new born. She had been early, too early, the little fox had almost lost her life. But she was so cute, she had tiny tuffs of dark brown hair and had curled her fluffy four tails around herself then succeeded in tangling the blanket around her.And so it continues by *MilleyCastfire
How Milley hated her.
This tiny creature had taken away the only person she had come to care about in the last thousand years, and then the doctor had the gall to tell her that Opal had requested that she looked after it.
After sleeping with the fox from the club, Opal had fallen pregnant. Once she had found o
And so it beginsIt was a wintery night, the snow was falling thickly, but this did not affect the two women who were warmed nicely inside the home of the youngest student.And so it begins by *MilleyCastfire
The two women were different in every way, for one, they were two different species. One was a white fox with long brown hair that was enticed in a high pony tail. She had two different colour eyes, one pink and one purple, because of this abnormality her parents had given her the name Opal. This could not have been more cruel, the bullying it lead to meant that Opal had a hard time socialising and making friends. Most people were under the impression that she was bad luck, as