"And don't stray off the path or go to the Other Side, dear! It's dangerous, you could lose your way." Sable's mother explained for the millionth time as she gave her the picnic basket filled with a baguette, cheese, and a piece of cherry pie. "Your grandmother is waiting for her weekly treat. Don't make her wait by dilly-dallying." Her mother informed her, pushing the 19-year old's dark hair back, and away from her face. Really. Sable wasn't a 7-year old anymore. "Yes, mom, it'll be alright." Sable laughed, ringing like a bell, as she pried her worrisome mother's hands away. "I've done this a million time, no need to be so nerve-wracked." She walked out of the door, wrapping her bright red cloak around her shoulders. "See you later!" she called as she walked outside, and then eventually into the woods. The woods weren't scary or creepy, they actually mesmerised Sable. It was nature at it's finest moment. However, she could never go and explore, it was prohibited to her, by her parents. As she walked on the path, she stared off into the distance, longingly. I wish I could explor- Wait. Was that a path that forked off the one she was walking on now? It was overgrown with grass, yes, but anyone could clearly see that it was a path. Was it the way to the Other Side? Sable had never seen it, much less imagined one like it. It must be a shortcut. I mean, Gran's house is in that direction... I think. Oh well, I'll just come back here if it leads to a dead end. The curious girl stepped off the path, and felt a thrill of excitement. Was she what they would call a dare-devil now? She walked the overgrown path, the trees becoming thicker, letting less light through. However, she did not realise this and kept walking. When the path ended, it lead to a beatiful meadow, flowers growing everywhere. If this is the Other Side, then it's not dangerous at all! Sable, simply delighted with her discovery, walked into the flower filled plain, and started picking them. When she finished picking the flowers, she stood up and started walking towards the way she came, but the path wasn't there anymore. She was officially lost. "Shoot." muttered the 19-year old walking around trying to find the opening from where she came from. "Shoot, shoot, shoot."