The threaded parchment  lay before her staring at her with heart wrenching truths. Her past had always been worthy of fantasies and magical spells but to actually read about her childhood stories and her Special powers which she always possessed was a terrifying thought.
Munching on an apple she kept staring at the parchment. Apples had never been her favourite but apparently she had to have it everyday to keep herself alive. Weird as it sounded she had been taking it for as long as she could start biting and eating food.
Carefully surveying her surrounding before opening the parchment she satisfied herself that she was alone. Reading about herself with utmost concentration her eyes stopped in the passage containing about her soulbinding to fellow spell caster.
Soul binding was a process done when spell casters were in tender age in order for them to bond and join with the person best suited to their talents and skill.
It was funny how life turned out for she had found her soul bound person on her own and now she understood why she felt a strong connection with him.
In a pensive mood she proceeded to read on about her ‘other’ unknown powers. Time flew by and it was already dusk before she closed the parchment with a golden rope which emphasised its value.
Collecting her things and finishing up her remaining cold coffee she got up from her seat with a satisfied stomach and answers for many questions which were a mystery till this point.
She got into her car and proceeded towards one  constant thing which was her home. Ignoring the ‘PROCEED WITH CAUTION’ sign she drove towards the unfinished bridge. At its end she halted and extended her hand towards an invisible object and pressed the button. 
The car along with her in it was absorbed into the road and she was lowered slowly onto the platform which lead to her car garage.
As she parked and entered the door her husband and son stood waiting with anxious faces.
“All is good”, she smiled and scooped her son in her arms and pecked a kiss on her husband’s lips.


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