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Magical Mishappenings: Who?Sweden glances up and down the road ‘Where the hell am I supposed to find that cat…?’ seeing people passing by as he stood and thought. He was soon was drawn from his thoughts as he heard the sound of something metal hitting the ground and turned to see the cat just a few feet away, taking off after it down the alley way. It dived over trash cans with the swede in hot pursuit, jumping over a light tan picket fence which the swede, without thinking also dived over, seeing he was in a street, looking around and spotting the cat dashing down a street to the left and he ran after it, creating a bit of a scene in the quiet, peaceful environment. He quickly rushed after it, coming to another alley way and finding the cat cowering in a corner between a wall and a dumpster.Magical Mishappenings: Who? by kittykat1007108
“C’mon. ‘m not gonna’ hurt ya…” extending his hand in a friendly gesture and extending his hand. And the cat looked away, as though denying him.
“Maybe not but t
Magical Mishappenings: Where?(First fanfiction ^^' Hope ya' enjoy. Based off of a dream I had.)Magical Mishappenings: Where? by kittykat1007108
A young Swedish man walks down a brick road, glancing around at the buildings as he passed 'where am I…? I don't remember coming here…' examining his surrounding as he walked, people dressed in rather modern clothes in contrast to the décor of the village 'looks just like an old fashioned Swiss villa…' Amazed by the sight, something he didn't see very often, the tan walls of the houses fringed with Rose wood giving a delightful contrast along with the deep red of the bricks on the road with occasional brown and light tan bricks, laid out in a pattern.
He noticed a small park with a tall fountain in the center, a pearly color, assuming it was made out of marble. The park was rather symmetrical, four sections each with a park bench but in the farthest corner was a small stage, apparently set up for shows during town gatherings and in the corner closest to him, a small playground, but big enough