Spark the Flying Frog

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Today, I proudly present a section from our Apple Interactive Book – Spark the Flying Frog.

This is part two of “The Lost Rose” series.

Enjoy!

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“Hexeba, darling, count with me, and push. One. Two. Three! That’s it!

I see a….. wing?

Oh, he’s so cute! Push one last time!”, encouraged Michigan.

“You are joking? There’s nothing left of me to push with!”, said Hexeba.”

Now, Hexee, count with me. Breathe deeply. You can do this!

One Tttwwwwooooo! Thre…”

Suddenly, a small baby frog, about the size of a prune, came whizzing out, and very fast.

It was flying all about the room, and didn’t know where to go! Upon exit from the womb, there was a gigantic spark of magick dust that exploded.

“That’s it! We will call him Spark!”, announced an amazed Hexeba. “Hexee, dear, are you o.k.?”

“Just fine. I’m in a little pain, but, I will be o.k. We need to catch Spark!”

She made a spell.

“With a little help from the God, and the Goddess on this fine day, stop my beloved Spark before he goes away. So mote it be!” Spark slowed down, and landed in her lap.


Behold, and welcome to Ferrice, which is in the country of GLOW, on the continent of AIR, in the Wiccan world of LIGHT. Michigan is an older male frog, and Hexeba is an older fairy. How old? Old enough. This is the first time that a flying frog has ever been born. For all anyone knows, it may very well be the last. Chances to have children are growing thinner, and thinner as time goes on.

These fair, and wholly innocent creatures live by a humble lake-pond, in a hole in the ground. It is here that they can hop, and fly freely to catch flies, and participate in faery circles that do a 
great bidding.

Little do Hexeba and Michigan know that our little Spark will play a great role in a restoration that is to happen to LIGHT, as time wares on. But, for today, there is cause for celebration.

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Please enjoy Spark the Flying Frog here, today!

© & TM 2020 Pazzaria Productions

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