Good vs. the True Evil Ones (Part 5, page 1 of 8)


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Part 5

On the way back to Fayview they stopped at a cafe and ate hamburgers, french fries, and a cold drink. Angel insisted on paying for the meals since she got a great discount on her roof and solar panels. Angel wasn't use to a meal so greasing or rich that she felt almost nauseated. She thought she was going to get sick so they pulled over at a big supermarket with a gas station She closed her eyes for a few minutes. She reached into the wooden box and took out her grandfather's leather pouch and showed Joshau the medallion. He thought it would be nice to have one blessed by a preacher.

‚Äč She was feeling a little better and wanted to shop a little bit. She bought leather straps, pony beads, and smaller beads. She wanted to make a lot of them. On the way to the college she read her grandparents papers with their names on the Cherokee Indian Dawes (now called census). Her grandmother and her grandfather both were consider what the white man would call a halfbreed. If both were half cherokee would that make her mother a full Indian. There was no papers on her father's side but she didn't think he had much being fair skin, blond hair, and blue eyes.. When she came out her items was in the flat dolly and waiting for her. by the elevated. Joshau went up on the elevator with Angel. They placed her chair in a corner with the little side table and a pretty round table cloth and Angel sat ont of her two indian lamps on it. She sat her other lamp on her desk her knick knacks on top of her dresser.

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