Something of Mine
The last dregs of day were slowly draining over Widowsvale, throwing the mansion on its outskirts into complete shadow. Its black silhouette loomed over the town as a young lady hobbled up its driveway, a man following close by.
"It's bigger than I remember," said the lady, gazing up at the house.
"Well, your parents were never ones for the simple life," laughed the man.
"I know," she whispered "but it's good to be back."
The man had walked her up the front stairs of the mansion, and then, after she assured him she was ok, he had kissed her and left. She was now writing a letter in her library - part of her enormous inheritance.
I got out of hospital today! Finally! Even though this mansion gives me the creeps, it sure beats the hospital. I'll have some cleaning to do over the next few weeks, cobwebs cover everything - perhaps I should have hired a housekeeper.
Jack is wel