Eltz Castle in Germany photo from Pinterest
She stopped right before the castle door. Who lived in this majestic castle? Would they let her in? Her car had broken down and there were 2 guys that stopped to help her but they sure didn’t seem to know what they were doing. They rode up in a police car, but she greatly wondered if they really were cops, for when she asked to see their ID, she got shown 4 separate ID’s. They had 2 each.
The one guy offered to look under the hood of her car, but he forgot to prop open the hood and it clunked him on the head. The other guy pulled out her spare tire and they tried to put it on for her, but it was like watching Laurel and Hardy. She had trouble holding back her laughter as humor danced in her eyes while watching them. They were sweet, but they didn’t have a clue as to what they were doing. She thanked them kindly and then sent them on their way, assuring them that she would go find help at this castle that she had spied down the road.
Now she wondered if she had done the right thing, but she couldn’t turn back time now, so she bravely knocked on the door.
Who would come to the door she wondered as she timidly waited. She had always wanted to see inside a castle, now perhaps she would have her chance.
Was anyone going to come, had they heard her knock, she started swaying from side to side as she was growing curiouser and curiouser by the minute.
Oh she heard footsteps coming, her heart began to thump as the door slowly swung open and …
(Part 2 will be coming… 🙂 )
I had thought of writing this post and then I noticed the subject of Laura Bailey’s Monday challenge was Castle. It went together perfectly. Visit Laura’s blog https://alltheshoesiwear.wordpress.com/2018/07/16/manic-mondays-3-way-prompt-3/
The Hearst Castle Library – (from Pinterest)
Books were among her most favorite things. She could travel to so many places through the pages of a book. Had no problem shutting out the noise or conversations that were going on around her. She could read while on a train, or sitting in a busy coffee shop. Park benches called her name or sometimes she would find a soft spot underneath the shade of a tree.
Many nights she burned the midnight oil because of having to read just one more page.
The sun shined bright in her heart when sitting on the sand, listening to the sound of the waves while losing herself in a book.
Was there any place where she couldn’t sit and enjoy a good book?
Today she had one goal in mind. To visit the special castle that she had heard about. One that held a library of treasures in it. Libraries had a special aura to them and were so inviting. They were so quiet and peaceful. Her hands would touch the books as she would browse through the many shelves of them. Sometimes she would hold a book in her hand and imagine what it would feel like to have been the author. To be the author of something that would touch the hearts of others and bring them smiles. Oh what an indescribable feeling that must be!
She smiled to herself as she kept browsing through the many books, looking for a very special one. Suddenly there it was. The book she had been looking for. She held it in her hands, gazing at the beautiful cover. She looked for just the right place to curl up and sit.
Finding the chair she wanted, she sank into the plush cushions. As she opened the book she was overcome with an indescribable feeling.