A Diving in Memories ~ færdig historie

On a diving mission for DDF (Deutsch diving federation), 19-years old Edith finds an old diary at the bottom of the sea. Edith takes it with her up and keep it secret until she's sure about who it belongs to. But when she finds out the diary is from the 18th century she don't know what to do.

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1. Chapter One

 

The water is cold but warm at same time. It chills on my body who defiantly is going to freeze if I’m not moving all the time. We’re about 11 meters down now but there’s still nothing to see. We’re looking for pieces of a crashed ship. The last 3 times we didn’t found a single thing. This is the last time we have before the weather gets to cold and we have to wait a year. I’m not keen on finding anything. I’m breathing slowly and normal while we’re moving closer to the bottom. A lot of animals follows me. Someone, I don’t even recognize have seeing before.

We’re 3 meters from the bottom now. I see my colleague, Erika. She doesn’t either looks like someone who is keen of finding anything, but I keep my mood up anyway.

When we reach the bottom Erika is waving me over to her. Has she found something interesting? No, not really. Her foot is stuck in some kind of tree. I help her wiggle it out while I’m looking around. When it’s free she gives me a thumbs up and nods. I nod back and swims over to another pile of trees where I spoot something red. A part of the ship?

When I arrive to the pile I can see it isn’t. It’s something else. In a second I want Erika to help me. But… It isn’t a part of the ship so was does it even matters? For some reason; to me it does. I take the first branch, then the second, third… And moving on until I can reach the red-thing. It is some sort of… book? Down here, I can’t look at it. Should I take it with me? No; it’s just a book, full of words, maybe someone cares about the words? Maybe it still belongs to someone, who by a mistake lost it? But what would they be doing out here. This isn’t actually a tourist attraction. Finally I decide to take it with me up. But I’ll keeping it safe until I know if someone even needs this. Or maybe it’s just a million-of-copies book? Whatever it is, I can’t have anyone looking in it before I know what it is. No one.

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