The only memory that I can clearly remember from my past is that horrible siku when my powers went berserk, but I'm getting ahead of myself. My name's Scarlet Adenfeld and this is the story of how I became what I am now.
"Bye Mom I'm headed to school!" I shouted
"Be careful, and have a good day." Mom called back
As I made my way to school I alisema good morning to my dad, he died when I was two so I only know what he looks like from pictures my mom has. Notice anything different, yes I was acctually a normal six mwaka old well that is before I met the witch who gave me my powers. As I reached school I met up with my Marafiki Kevin, Eliena, Lola, and Allen and we went to the classroom. School passed like it always did with me talking to my Marafiki through most of my classes except for math since it was my worst subject. When school had ended and I had alisema good-bye to my Marafiki I started on my way home. While I was walking I wasn't paying a lot of attention to where I was going and i bumped into an old lady.
"I'm sorry ma'am" I alisema quietly
"That's alright deary, but my such a powerful aura wewe carry" muttered the old lady
"I beg your pardon ma'am" I questioned shyly
"Oh it's nothing deary I must be going now" alisema the old lady
As she left I continued on my way nyumbani but I couldn't get what she had alisema out of my head
"my, such a powerful aura wewe carry"
I wondered what she had meant when she had alisema that but instead of broading over it I finally reached my house. When I stepped inside I was welcomed kwa the smell of freshly baked bread. I walked in and mom welcomed me home. I continued with my usual night time routine, but little did me au my mother know that we were being watched.
"Very soon child wewe will face your destiny, so be ready" alisema a dark voice
I went to kitanda at nine and woke up to the sound of my alarm clock at seven but when I went to press the SNOOZE button my hand ran across a smooth rock that lay on juu of my bedside table. I sat up immediately knowing that the stone wasn't there when I went to kitanda last night. I picked it up carefully inspecting the strange stone. The stone was a crimson red colour and was attached to a brown leather cord I decided that until i figured out what the stone was I would keep it. I slipped the cord over my head so that the stone was around my neck s a necklace. After I put the stone around my neck I began to roll the stone in between my fore finger and thumb. I was inturupted from my thoughts when my mom called me down for breakfast.
"Now let's get this started" alisema a dark voice