Chapter 2 Where Am I?
Disclaimer: I didn't write Enchanted. All that credit goes to Disney Studios. I just tried to make this exactly like the movie. (Sorry if some of the dialogue is wrong. I try to make this as exact as possible.)
Giselle was gasping for air to breath, but it was hard because she wasn't ever this afraid in her life. She looked at her hands. They looked strange to her. Then she touched her hair. It felt strange. She didn't know where she was. She saw that she was sitting on some sort of porthole. She opened it slowly, not knowing what would be on the other side. When she opened it, she looked out just a little, and was afraid of what she saw. She knew she was definitely not in Andalasia anymore. She managed to get out of the man hole just in time to see two strange looking vehicles crashing into each other.
"Oh!" she gasped. Then she bumped into a meza, jedwali knocking down everything.
"Oh! Sorry!" she said. She looked among the crowd. "I, excuse me! I mean, I was wondering if one of wewe could direct me to the castle. Please, if wewe could point me to the castle. To the ball. To where my true love, Prince Edward-" Giselle alisema and screamed because she was startled. She was moving without her moving her feet! She got carried along kwa the crowd of people, and went down the escalator. When she came up, she was scared and didn't know what to do.
"Edward?" she asked quietly. "Oh, no." Giselle walked silently until she spotted an old man sitting on a bench. "Oh! Hello! Old man! May I sit with you? I'm very tired, and I'm scared. I've never been this far away from nyumbani before and I'm not sure at all where I am. If someone could onyesha me just a bit of kindness. A friendly "hello" au even a smile I'm sure that it would lift my spirits up so much," Giselle alisema nervously. The old man smiled at something on her head ."Oh, wewe have a lovely smile," Giselle said. The old man swapped the tiara from Giselle's hair and started running away.
"Oh! Come back here! I need that!" Giselle cried out after him, and tried running after him, but in that puffy dress, she couldn't manage it. "You, are not a very nice old man!" Giselle alisema and formed her mouth into a pout. It started raining just them, and Giselle sighed.
Robert Philips was a divorce lawyer and right then, in the middle of a case.
"No! You're not getting him, Ethan!" a female voice yelled.
"You just want him because I want him!" a male voice yelled too.
"Well, I'm not letting wewe have him!" the female voice yelled again.
"Forget it, Phoebe! Hank is coming with me!" the male voice shouted at his wife.
"Wait, guys! I'm getting confused here. Who's Hank?" a lawyer alisema to the couple.
"Hank Aaron. Milwaukee Braves. His 1954 rookie card," Ethan said.
"A baseball card? That's what this gets down to? A baseball card?" Robert asked.
"You never loved Hank like I did!" Ethan yelled.
"You never loved me like wewe loved Hank!' Phoebe alisema and started arguing all over again.
"Excuse me, Robert? It's time," Samantha walked into the room.
"Yes," Robert said.
"Could we do this in the morning at nine 'o clock?" Robert asked the other lawyer.
"Nine sounds good," he responded.
"Ok," Robert alisema walking out of the room.
"Hey. So after a whole siku of that wewe still want to get engaged?" Sam asked Robert.
"Oh, please. Those people never had a crazy romantic win. It's not the same with Nancy and I," Robert alisema grabbing his jacket.
"Sure. None of that crazy romantic stuff," Sam alisema sarcastically.
"Come on. I mean, we're rational. We've taken the time to understand each other's strengths and weaknesses," Robert explained.
"Sounds like you're building a bridge. Have wewe told your daughter yet?" Sam asked.
"No, I haven't. Not yet. But I'm going to, tonight. That's the tricky part. I got her a present to ease her into it, though," Robert alisema calmly. He knew that morgan like Nancy, but not that much.
"With news like this, I hope wewe bought her a Shetland pony," Sam alisema with a worried face.
"No. Something much better than that," Robert alisema with an evil grin.
Robert gets inside the cab and picks up morgan from school(I'm guessing.)
"A book?" morgan asks Robert, and looks at him like he's crazy.
"Come on, don't give me that look. I know it's not that fairytale book wewe wanted, but this is better. Look at this. See?" Robert asked and took the book from Morgan's hands. "Rosa Parks. Madame Curie. She was a remarkable woman who dedicated her life to research. Till she died from radiation poisoning."
morgan looked at her father as if he were crazy, "She died?" Just then, Robert's phone started ringing.
"Yea hi. Tomorrow morning would be great, yea. Seven thirty? Yea, honey I'll call wewe later. Alright bye," Robert alisema and closed the phone. He turned to Morgan. "It was Nancy. She's a lto like the women in your book. Sweetie. I'm going to ask her to marry me," Robert alisema and Morgan's eyes widened.
"Hey, wewe like her don't you? We all get along and spend time together," Robert alisema sighing.
"Where's she going to live?" morgan asked her dad.
"She's going to live with us," Robert alisema plainly.
"Dad, she can't have my bedroom," morgan whined.
"No, wewe don't have to give up your bedroom, no. Come on, It's going to be great. I promise. It's not like she's going to try to be your mother," Robert said. He had hoped morgan wouldn't be so mad au sad about this idea. He guessed it was turning out fine.
"You mean, step-mother," morgan corrected him.
"Right. She's going to be a nice step-mother. She's going to take wewe to school tomorrow, just wewe and her, for some grownup girl bonding time," Robert said. He wished morgan would get along with Nancy better than they do.
"I'm only six," morgan said, looking confused.
"You won't always be," Robert alisema with a smile.
Back outside in the rain, Giselle was very sad and worried. Not to mention afraid of what was going to happen next. But when she saw the castle, she was relieved. Except for one thing. It was a billboard. But she didn't know that got on juu of a car, and reached for the billboard. She climbed all the way to the ngome door.
"Hello? It's me. Giselle from Andalasia. Hello?" Giselle started knocking, "Is there anybody home? Please open the door," Giselle called out.
"Dad, why is there a princess on the ngome billboard?" morgan asked.
"Hmm? Oh, its a mannequin," Robert alisema not looking up.
"She's really there," morgan alisema and opened the taxi door to see the billboard up close.
"Morgan, what are wewe doing? Get back in here! Morgan! Stop! Morgan!" Robert yelled after his daughter.
"Heyyy. Look!" morgan alisema and pointed to the ngome billboard.
"Stay here," he alisema to Morgan.
Then he looked up at Giselle, "Hey! Lady!"
Giselle looked down at him, "Oh, hello. I was wondering if maybe wewe could- woah woah!" Giselle alisema and waved her hands in the air to try to keep her from slipping.
"Hang on!" Robert yelled.
Giselle fell, but caught the rim of the billboard. She knew she wouldn't be able to hold on much longer, so she had to let go.
"Catch her, Daddy!" morgan yelled.
Robert tried to make sure he would be able to catch her from the angle from where he was standing. Then when she slipped, he caught her. Only halfway. He fell on the floor bruising his elbows.
"Are wewe ok?" he asked Giselle.
"I, I'm fine," Giselle responded.
"Are wewe ok?" morgan came running to where they fell.
"I'm I'm fine," Giselle alisema once again.
"What were wewe doing up there?" morgan asked her. At that moment, she was convinced that Giselle was a princess.
"I, I was looking for some help. wewe see I've been wandering very far and long tonight. And I'm afraid nobody's been very nice to me," Giselle alisema with a sad face.
Robert, who was still rubbing his elbow looked up and alisema sarcastically,"Yeah. Welcome to New York."
"Thank you," Giselle alisema with a smile. Robert had absolutely no idea who she was au where she had come from, but he knew she was totally confused and didn't know sarcasm when she heard it.
"Oh, are wewe sure you're alright?" Robert asked again.
"Oh, yes," she responded. She didn't know why they were asking her the same swali three times, because she already gave the same response twice. Giselle knew she wasn't hurt.
"Do wewe want me to call someone for you?" Robert asked her, though afraid of what she might say. He had to admit she was beautiful, but he already had Nancy, and he almost didn't believe this woman was from earth.
"Well, I don't think they'd hear wewe from here," Giselle responded as if making a point.
"What?" Then thunder was heard through the sky.
Robert brought Giselle to his apartment to stay for a little while. When they got out of the elevator, Robert said," Morgan, onyesha her the way please."
"Then, the had told me to look deep into the well, and wish for my heart's desire, but I must've looked very far because I fell, down, down, down. And then I climbed out of this big round hole, and then I got very lost, until I fell off of the castle, and now here I am. With you!" GIselle exclaimed happily.
"Is this a big habit of yours? Falling of of stuff?" Robert asked. He thought she was making it up.
"Well, usually someone catches me. But, not to worry. I'm certain that Edward is already searching for me. No doubt kwa morning he will come rescue me from this strange land. Take me nyumbani and the two of us can share in true love's kiss, " Giselle explained.
"True love's kiss," Robert said. Now he knew this woman was truly crazy.
"It's the most powerful thing in the world," Giselle alisema with an unreadable expression.
"Right," Robert said.
"Now if only I could find a place to rest my head for the night," Giselle said.
"What kind of place?" Robert inquired the young lady.
"Oh, I don't know. Maybe a nearby meadow, or, au a hollow tree," Giselle alisema smiling again.
"A hollow tree." Robert knew this woman was crazy, but he knew she always smiled, for a fact. He was starting to like her, but he already had Nancy. He had to put that in his head.
"Or a houseful of dwarves, I hear they're very hospitable," Giselle alisema as if nothing was wrong.
"Like I said, I could only let wewe in for a minute, dry wewe off, and use the phone if wewe like. morgan come on, it's bedtime," Robert alisema going inside his apartment.
"That's very kind of you," Giselle said. Only one problem. She couldn't fit through the door with that dress.
"What's with this dress of yours?" Robert asked.
"Oh, do wewe like it? I gathered the silk from my silkworm Marafiki and spun it into thread on my spinning wheel," Giselle alisema trying to push through the door.
"You did this all kwa yourself?" morgan asked. She was amazed that anyone could do this. Besides Nancy. She owned her own shop.
"Well, the mice and rabbits did help with the sewing," Giselle said, and pushed harder.
"They're good," morgan alisema and pulled Giselle's hand as hard as she could, and guess what? Giselle fit through. Only the bottom of her dress tore off.
morgan got dressed for bed, brushed her teeth and went to her father and asked him,
"Couldn't she sleep here, Daddy?" morgan asked.
"Uh, no. That's a big no," Robert alisema uandishi something on paper.
morgan sighed, and went to Giselle, who was sitting of the sofa.
"Are wewe really a princess?" she asked Giselle.
"Not yet," Giselle alisema and yawned,"but I will be, soon." Giselle rested her head on the mto which was on the sofa.
morgan tiptoed to her dad.
"Wow, Dad, she's really sleepy," morgan alisema in a whisper.
"Oh, no. That's not acceptable, no," Robert alisema putting down the papers, and went to where Giselle was sleeping.
"You're not really gonna make her go, are wewe Daddy?" morgan asked.
"I want wewe to go to kitanda please," Robert told his daughter.
"But I think she might be a real princess," morgan protested.
"Morgan, just because she has on a funny dress, doesn't mean she's a princess. She's a seriously confused women, who's fallen into our laps," Robert alisema as quietly as possible, to not wake Giselle up.
"So you're not going to let her stay?" morgan whined.
"Nope. Put on your nightgown and go to sleep," Robert alisema and kissed morgan on her head.
Robert took out his cell phone out of his pocket and dialed a number for a cab.
"Hi, I need a car.116th and Riverson please. Thank you," Robert alisema and closed the phone. He looked carefully at Giselle. He thought she looked peaceful, especially after all she's been through. He liked the way she smiled even when she was sleeping. Even though Giselles drove him crazy, she was still wonderful. He smiled at her and wished her a good night. He really was starting to think she was truly a beautiful woman.
"Morgan?" Robert asked his daughter.
"Come on, I want wewe to sleep in my room tonight," Robert alisema motioning to his room.
"Why?" morgan asked.
"Just come on."