Alaina Snow: The Guardian

Alaina Snow is like Jack Frost. She can make winter appear, Snow to come, Ice Cicles to form... All of it... So can Jack Frost... Alaina isn't happy to meet Jack at first, but later on, she warms up to him alot.


9. Finding Me

This is just scary. I was watching myself live as me; before I became a Guardian in training.

I am standing inside someone's living room. Looking around, I see a bunch of pictures of a little girl with dirty blonde hair, blue eyes. Four boys, two that look exactly alike with tousled brown hair, and blue eyes. The other two boys, one older, one younger, had dark brown hair and hazel eyes. And another little girl with bright blonde hair and hazel eyes.

"Alaina! Go get your sister, and your brothers for lunch!" A woman called.

"Okay mom!" A girl with bright blonde hair and hazel eyes said. Wait... This is me.

I followed myself out of the house and out in the backyard to find five children: The four boys and a little girl.

"Sabrina!" I watched myself say, with gigantic smile on my face. "Dustin! Landon and Lindon! Logan! Come on guys! Lunch is ready!" I heard myself say, picking up the littlest sibling I had had, Dustin.

Then the memory changed.

"...Fine mom!" I heard myself yell.

I watched myself walk out of the kitchen, pick up Sabrina, and walk toward the door.

"Where do you think you're going?" My mom shouted at me.

"To take Sabrina to the pond, like you said I could!" I had shouted and stormed out the front door.

I watched myself plop down on a snow bank and plop Sabrina down on my lap.

I watched myself start to talk to Sabrina about school, about a guy I liked, about a car I wanted.

Suddenly, I heard rustling in the trees.

"What is it?" Sabrina asked.

"Probably a squirrel," I said confidently.

She stared at the trees.

"Don't worry, baby sis, it's fine." I said.

Still staring at the trees infront of us, she stayed silent.

I followed her gaze to the trees, it was just a raccoon.

Sabrina didn't see it, but then I realized, we were under a whole bunch of snow. If someone made so much noise, all of it would come down on top of us.

Sabrina, don't scream, don't scream, don't scream. I thought to myself.

But as soon as she saw the raccoon, Sabrina screamed. A blood-curling scream that made the hairs stand up on my arms.

"Sabrina, no!" I screamed and pushed her up and away from the snow bank right before the all the snow started to fall on me.

Then everything went dark, and the memory ended.

I gasped as everything came rushing back to me in reality.

Remembering where I was, I look around and see no traces of my memory anywhere. But I do see The Sand Man sitting (Or floating) next to me.

"What's up?" I said.

A picture of Jack made of sand appeared above his head.

"Jack? What about him?" I asked.

The next image above his head was an odd looking man, really tall, really skinny, tightly cropped hair, fighting with Jack!

The image was moving faster and faster, what I managed to see was the man smiling, a cruel, wicked sneer, as he held Jack, by the neck, in the air, with his feet dangling 3 feet from the floor. Then the man was gone and Jack lay in a crumpled heap on the ground.

"What happened?" I asked with my voice rising. "Where is he?!" The intensity in my voice surprised me.

The next image was a pond surrounded by trees, with Jack still crumpled on the ground next to the pond. He wasn't moving.

"He could be dead! Yo--You have to help me get to him!" I stuttered through my words.

He motioned me to follow him and he flew down the path in the forest.

And I was flying right next to him, scanning the ground, looking for Jack.

The Sand Man pointed to the ground, and there he lay.

I stopped short and looked at him. He was as still as a statue, his chest wasn't rising and falling, and he wasn't sleeping. Guardians don't sleep.

Please don't be dead, Jack, you can't be dead. Please.

I flew down to him and landed in the snow right next to him.

Trying to steady my shaking hands, I put one hand on his chest and the other on his right wrist.

No pulse. No heartbeat.

"No!" I screeched.

Tears sprang to my eyes. "No, no, no, no!"

Sandy came over and put his hand on my back.

"Don't!" I screeched, but he didn't move his hand.

During all the chaos, I felt my necklace grow warmer and warmer.

I either didn't notice or care because I simply ignored it.

I cradled his head in my arms with tears spilling down my cheeks. "Please Jack," I whispered. "I love you. Don't go,"

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