Natalie (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Natalie (open) Natalie (close) -"Natalie, I'm going to work now, please stay home." -"Okay brother..." He shut the old tree-made door that made the usual vibrating sound. She could hear his footsteps getting lower and lower as the wind would take over the sounds. Now what was she going to do? She sighs loud and long and looks out through the misty and dirty window; she wipes off the dirt to see well. The forest sang out summer as the birds’ flies around calmly in the air. The trees is staying still as leafs is in a happy green color. The bushes grow with red and blue colored berries as the animals eat them one by one. She really didn't want to stay in this cottage but because of that accident in winter she was a bit afraid to go outside the door. But now she was old enough, "I can handle this..." She thought loud for herself in the empty cottage, she's 10 years old and she already knew much about the forest, sure there was a city and a village near these woods but she knew well that it wasn't that dangerous, it was just the thieves and those horrible people that bother her. She let go of the sight from the outside world as she walks to the chair, it was old fashioned chair with a beautiful wine red color. She wiped away some dust from her white dress and the chair as well; she then sat down and watched the empty room. She suddenly started to think of a sad song when she saw the dark tree walls hidden in the shadows, the dusty and dirty floor in the lonely corner and those dust filled arts tilted a little as they hang on the walls. After a moment she couldn't take it that much longer, slowly she started to wonder “Can I do it?” But was unsure to do it, and then moved her feet. She saw the long dark tree door. She swallowed her big lump of fear as she open the door, slowly and carefully. The warm sun shines for her; the fresh air goes through her almost white blonde hair. The summer welcomed her. She giggled a little when she walked on the long green grass, tickling her bare feet. She gives out a smile as she goes into the woods; she knew she wouldn't get lost since she was only some meters away from the house. When she thought she was far enough she took a small break, she could see the yellow house shine through the trees, she sat down and started to wonder what to do as she saw a four-leaf clover, she haven't seen one in her whole life but now she have finally seen one. She smiled wide as she bows down and lies on the grass, looking at it. The gray mountain grows over the trees, as the sun shines from the blue sky and through the thin small white clouds. The wind sings and blow through the wonderful landscape. Even if this moment was small, she would remember it for a long time. When she's old she would remember this picture and smile simple for herself as she sits on the tree-made chair that would go forwards and backwards, over and over again. She suddenly saw a shadow cover her four-leaf clover and her head, she turned up to see who it was.