Big Things: Far From Home6,854 miles or as she was learning these days 11,030 kilometers lay between Angela and her home back in Atlanta, Georgia. For the past year she had been living in Tokyo, Japan thanks in large part to her mother’s job. She had been plucked, uprooted from the only life she had ever known twelve months ago and was only now starting to settle into her new life. She had not really made a lot of new friends in her time living in Tokyo. Mostly because she knew that the move wasn’t permanent. After a year of living abroad with her mother she only had about six months left in Japan. So soon she would be going back home where she belonged.
She didn’t dislike Tokyo, but it wasn’t home. She didn’t have to look far to be reminded that she wasn’t home either. Every sign smacked her in the face to remind her how far away from home she was. A lot of her classmates spoke english, but they didn’t really understand her. To many of them she was an oddity. It didn&
Kimberly A Giant.Chapter 1. She is seen.
Joan and her friend Carley were driving down the highway, they had left the city and were driving to a small town about 30 miles from the city. Joan was driving and Carley was in the passenger seat, both girls were having a conversation. Their conversation was cut short when Carley let out a loud scream and she pointed out the front window off to the side at something large moving across the country side. Joan looked too and realized it was a human, but much larger.
Joan slammed on the brakes and the car came to a stop. Then Carley shouted loudly, "OH MY GOD!! THAT THATS KIMBERLY SHERRINGTON!!! LOOK AT THE SIZE OF HER, SHE IS A GIANT A GIANT. HOW THE HELL DID SHE GET SO HUGE!!" There was fear in Carley's voice and she began to shake and tremble with fear, along with Joan.
Yes Kimberly was a giant and she was walking towards the highway, she had on her light brown tang top and her skin tight blue spand
Hannah's Kind of a Big Deal:The CureGreat strides can only carry a person so far. Even her giant strides could only carry Hannah to the edge of the Carolina’s before she grew tired and had to rest. The best she could say was that she had not been attacked since she had crossed the Georgia state line. So as she lay her head down to sleep she worried about what the morning would hold.
As Hannah slept, around the world governments went to work solidifying their boarders to prepare for what they believed would be Hannah’s invasion of their sovereign territory. A few nations though were intrigued by the problem she presented. They understood better than most that if her growth was not halted that she would destroy the planet and everyone on it. Those nations banded together and began researching her condition pouring through every last one of her medical records to try and find something that might give them a clue to the root of the issue.
The nations interested in protecting humanity not just their boarders reac