ANCIENT HISTORY SERIES: Jewellery from Ancient Egypt
“I’ve realized that even though we should learn from those who came before us, we must also forge our own path.”
"Don’t they get together in the end?"
what an odd city boy papa’s taken in as a pupil wow he’s got pretty eyes though… [x]
when i’m really stressed, i resort to fluffy sketches to calm myself down.
"They say on nights of the full moon, if you’re lucky—"
Annabeth gave Conner a withering glare, before continuing. “If you’re lucky, you can make out a ship with white sails that shimmer silver in the moonlight.”
"A ghost ship?" Piper whispered, leaning forward on the table, her eyes wide.
Annabeth shrugged, but held a tiny smirk on her face. Piper knew that smirk meant she knew more than she was letting on. “Maybe. Or maybe captained by something else, something worse.”
Piper bit her lip, stomach clenching at the thought. Worse than a ghost? Could ghosts even exist? Zombies, ghouls—maybe sirens come to lure pirates to a watery death. But then why a ship—
Piper jumped and nearly fell from her spot on the bench. She righted herself to a chorus of chuckles.
Reyna lifted her hand from the table. She spared Piper a glance before turning to Annabeth. “Enough of that, Annabeth. Finish your meal and meet me in my cabin. I have something to discuss with you.”
"Aye," Annabeth replied, winking in Piper’s direction.
Piper grinned and then returned to her soup.
A ship that only shows itself in the light of a full moon…
Piper wondered if it was true, and if so, would she ever get to see it?
Rachel Berry + houndstooth pattern
ϟ The Magic Begins Challenge: A Scene You Really Wanted To Be In The Movies, But Wasn’t
Have a biscuit, Potter.