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Protected- Chapter 1.
"Liz! Lizzy!! Hurry up we're going to be late!" A shrill voice calls up a flight of stairs.
"I've been ready for the past 5 minutes mum." Elizabeth steps up behind her mother, her voice slightly laced with annoyance. Her mother always had to make such a fuss of things and the only thing that this succeeded in doing was to make herself and others nervous.
"Oh dear god!! You mustn't jump out on people like that!" Squealed Elizabeth's mother, clutching her chest. "And must you dress like that?" Her voice took on a whining quality that never ceased to annoy. She looked her daughter up and down, "what will people think?"
"I don't care- that's the point." They'd had this conversation so many times in the past that it was futile to have it again. Surely her mother knew this? "Look we're going to be late- lets just go ok?"
They left the house and Elizabeth snapped her seatbelt on just as her mother started the engine.
They travelled in silence for a few minutes until they were almost at their
She stepped onto the pavement from the muddy track and adjusted her steps to accommodate the different traction. The grey light was changed to a slight orange as she stepped through the beams of a street lamp, not yet reached by the weak morning rays.
She slid through the narrow gap between two gateposts and followed the uneven pavement between two brick walls towering above her. Looking up from the ground in front of her she watched the gap between the two walls up ahead from beneath an over grown fringe. There was no sound but for her hollow footsteps reverberating from the walls surrounding her. No sign of life but for herself.
A movement to the left of her caught her eye and she moved her attention to it. A small cat moved from an inverted closed gate built into the wall. Checking her watch she leant down and started to scratch the cat behind the ears. The sound of content purring replaced the silence left since her footsteps had stopped. A humming began to work its way into the ba
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