Leslie Hodgson

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Copyright 2011 Leslie Hodgson

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“The vibrations of mental forces are the finest and consequently the most powerful in existence.”


One thing was certain—Stella had no idea what was going on. It seemed to be awfully loud, like her brain was a radio that could only pick up static. It was dark and she was laying her head back on the seat of the car with her eyes closed trying to figure out why she felt like she was trying to wake from a drugged sleep. A blip of clear vision came into her mind . . . her dad was driving the car. It was late at night and the car swerved. She remembered seeing a tree before she blacked out and now, opening her eyes, she saw that tree directly in front of their smashed car. Outside the windows, Stella saw lights flashing around and thought maybe an ambulance was there… but the lights were green, and though she was struggling to think clearly, she knew green wasn’t a color on an ambulance. And these lights were zooming across the sky like a shooting star—only much closer.

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