The Great Storm of 1774

(COMPLETED) Read along as 15 year old Angelica Lexington is left alone to take care of her four younger siblings at the height of the revolution, in Georgia. She looks back on her life through her vivid and inspiring writing. Yellow for death, disease and injury.

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18. Down Into Darkness

The wind whirled outside, it was loud, and hurt my ears. George came and whispered in my ear. "It's going to be a tornado. I can tell." Then my worst nightmare came true. I think I knew it was going to be a tornado, I just refused to believe it. But I couldn't deny it anymore. I had to take action. I rushed to the kitchen and filled jugs with water. I ran to the cellar and grabbed dried meat. I grabbed quilts and an extra layer of clothes for everyone. Then, I grabbed a pail, just in case of.... emergencies. The last thing I grabbed however was my quill and journal. When everything was down in the basement, I opened up the hatch and George carried John-Church (still holding his toy) down the ladder into the basement. Then, taking one last look at the living room, I poured water on the fire and grabbed my lantern. In one hand, I held the lantern, and swept Hannah from her crib and into my arms with the other. Then, taking a final look, I slid down into the basement.
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