Night Rider (part 2)

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I don't suffer from insanity, I enjoy every moment of it :D. Sorry it took me a long time to get this part out, I lost my notebook that it was in, and I just found it yesterday.

Jingle bells don't moo, they quack!! *READ ME*. So, for Christmas, I was thinking about giving my mom one of my stories. Which means that I have to finish it before Christmas. And I was debating between "The Lightning Girl" and this story, "Night Rider". But I don't know which one to do (oh, part 8 of The Lightning Girl is out, in case you didn't know). So, which one do you think it should be? Thanks ~Meg.

Created by: DaughterOfApollo

  1. It was night and I was more awake. The game had started already and the temperature has dropped quite a bit. Friday night football was my favorite time because, for one thing, it was night, and it was Friday. It was halftime and we were winning: 14 to 0. As the bands were playing, I was standing in the concession stand line, on the opposing teams side, because the lines were shorter. "Hello, can I help you?" The lady asked me. "Can I have a Pepsi?" I asked and she went to get it. "That'll be $1.50, please." She said. "Thanks." I told her as I gave her the money and took my Pepsi. As I was about to go back up the bleachers, I heard a yelp, followed by some laughing, behind the bleachers. I let my curiosity get the better of me, and I walked behind the bleachers. The moonlight from the full moon was now the only light I could see because the lights on the football field were behind me.
  2. I cautiously walked towards four dark figures that surrounded something. One of them raised an arm and swung it down. Whatever they surrounded, helped, and they all laughed. I then realized that they surrounded a puppy. "What are you doing?" I demanded as my fear and caution left and it was replaced by anger. "What does it look like, sweetheart?" One guy asked and then I realized that they were from the opposite team. They were all guys and were wearing the same thing: purple shirts, yellow pants, and a yellow Afro wig. "I can't believe you would do that to an innocent puppy!" I yelled at them as I walked towards them, to get to the puppy. One guy stuck out his arm and stopped me. My anger grew and I felt myself go cold as it was building up. "Put your arm down." I said, my voice as cold as ice. "Who's gonna make me? You?" He said and then him and his buddies started laughing. "You asked for it." I said and then swung my Pepsi bottle at him, making his head start to bleed.
  3. I elbowed him in the back- making him fall down- before he could realize what happened. What happened next, I couldn't remember. The other three guys ran at me, and I blacked out. When I could see again, they were all on the ground, unconscious, and my Pepsi bottle was all crumpled up on the ground. I turned around and picked up the puppy. She was shaking really badly and was bleeding a little. "Awe you poor thing." I said and then kissed the top of her head. As I started walking back towards the bleachers, the puppy started to relax a bit, and she was shaking less violently. Her little front paws were on my left forearm and her head was resting against my left elbow and rib. When I got closer to the bleachers, the light helped me see where I was, and I could see what color the puppy was. She had a black muzzle and black fur on the tips of her ears, light brown fur on her back and the rest of her head and her back also had some black fur on it too. Her tail was also light brown with some black fur on it, and her belly, chest, and under her tail were white, and she had long fur. I knew that she had some German Shepherd in her, but she was mixed with something else.
  4. I sat back down at my spot as the football teams just started to come back onto the field. As the game started back up again, I found myself getting lost in my thoughts, and how I beat up those guys without remembering any of it. 'I must've been imagining it.' I thought. But then, I felt the puppy shivering, and I knew that I didn't imagine it. *~.~*~.~*~.~*~.~*~.~*~.~* "Great game." I said to Dallas as he cane up to me. "Thanks. And who might this be?" He asked as he pointed to the puppy. "I don't know what to call her. Four guys were beating her, and I saved her from them." I explained. "How did you save her?" Dallas asked. "I don't really know. I remember getting angry and I beat up one of the guys, the other three ran at me, and I blacked out. When I could see again, they were all unconscious on the ground." I confessed.
  5. "And where did this happen, exactly?" Dallas asked urgently. "Behind the bleachers, near the trees." I said. "Show me." Dallas told me. "Why?" I asked. "Rider, please, just show me." Dallas pleaded. The look of urgency in his eyes caught me off guard and I sighed. "Fine. Even though I have no idea why." I said and then started walking towards the trees, behind the bleachers. Once we got there, I could smell smoke, like something was on fire. Which confused me because I would've been able to see a fire if there was one. I shrugged it off and kept on walking. Dallas stuck his arm out and stopped me. I didn't know why at first, but then I saw it.
  6. Black flames danced acrosses the grass. There was a little bit of blue in the black flames, so I could see it better. The fire was in the shape of a spiral with a square around it. On each of the corners, there were spirals coming off of it, each containif one of the guys in the middle. "How did this happen?" I asked Dallas but he just ignored me as he stared at the flames. He had that faraway look in his eyes like he was thinking. "Come on, let's get you home." Dallas said after a while. "Not until you answer my question." I said sternly. "I can't tell you that now. Now come on. It's not safe here." Dallas said urgently. "I'm not leaving until you tell me what's going on." I told him. "Look, Rider, this isn't the right time or place to tell you. I promise that I will tell you when the time comes. But right now, you need to get home." Dallas said and I was about to protest again, but the puppy in my arms shimmered. "Fine." I reluctantly grumbled and walked beside him to his car. I hopped in his car and closed the door. Dallas started his cad and "Sweet Home Alabama" started playing.
  7. "So, what are you going to name her?" Dallas asked me. "I don't know.... I think I'll call her Bama." I said after listening to the chorus. "Bama?" Dallas asked. "Yeah. Bama. Like Alabama." I told him. "That's a pretty badass name." He said and made me smile as I pet Bama's head. Dallas drove up my driveway and I got out of the car. "Thanks." I said. "No problem." He said and then I closed the car door. I walked up my porch and opened up my house door. I live with my grandma, so I didn't have to worry about anyone attacking me. My parents died when I was a baby. I never knew them, but I see their pictures around my house. My grandma told me that they were great people and saved many lives, including mine.
  8. "Rider? Is that you?" My grandma called from the living room. "Yeah. It's me, Grandma." I called back as I shut the front door and walked towards the living room. "You're twenty minutes late." She scolded me as I walked in the room. She was sitting in her recliner chair with a brown blanket on her legs. A fire was blazing in the fire place next to her. "I'm sorry. Things came up." I apologized. "That's no excuse." She interrupted me before I could explain. She's always been fussy over me. "I'm sorry." I said again, "But I saw four guys hurting this puppy and I had to help her." I explained. "Let me see the dog." She said and I walked over to her and handed her Bama. Grandma held her up and looked into Bama's eyes. Bama started to wag her tail a little and then she licked my Grandma's nose. I giggled as Grandma made a disgusted face. "She's the one. She'll keep you safe." My grandma murmured, although I don't know if I was suppose to hear her.
  9. She handed Bama back to me and I went in the kitchen. I set her on the ground and grabbed a plastic container from under the sink. I grabbed some leftover ham and turkey from the fridge, and cut it up into small pieces. I placed them in the container and set it on the ground for Bama to eat. It should be enough for her to make it through the night, but I'm going to have to buy some puppy food tomorrow morning. Once Bama was done eating, I took her outside to see if she needed to go to the bathroom. I set her on the grass and let her sniff around. I live close to the woods and basically in the middle of no where. I have no neighbors, so I don't have to worry about noise at night when I go to sleep. A twig snapped to my right and my head snapped in that direction. I automatically was on alert and I felt Bama lean against me. A pair of golden eyes met mine and before I knew it, the thing was in front of me, and throwing me to the ground.
  10. Cliffhanger!! And yes, I seriously left it there. Don't you guys just love me right now? :D.
  11. Alright, well, please comment and rate and please tell me what you thought of it. Thanks for reading it. I love you all, you're the best. Thanks ~Meg.

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