The next day Kaylee woke up and took a shower. She put on a robe and then balled her sheets and put them in the laundry shoot. Only after did she remember her mother saying, “no sheets in the shoot or they will get stuck.” She checked and luckily, they made it down. Back in her room she put clean sheets on the bed in the style David showed her. From there she got dressed. She put on her gray yoga pants with the matching top. To hide any lines, she wore special underwear including a modesty bra that covered her nipples. Her mother hated this look. The yoga clothing clung close and hugged every curve. To help with her mother’s discomfort she also wore an open sweater that came down to her knees. Her mother said it hid the camel toe if it was closed. Kaylee thought that was crap and she didn’t have a visible camel toe with or without the special undies or the sweater. Kaylee gazed in to the mirror. She didn’t recognize the person on the other side. She knew it was her but she was different. Older with curves and breasts. She thought she also might be considered pretty. She didn’t know that most people that saw her thought she was drop dead gorgeous.
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She came down to find her mother making pancakes. The smell was intoxicating. The scent of sausages, pancakes and maple syrup warning on the stove drove her hunger. Her mom saw her in the yoga outfit and just shook her head. Kaylee came up to her and kissed her on the cheek. She then took a plate, sausages, pancakes and poured some syrup on top of it all. Cathern was shocked. Her daughter was happy. Or at least not on the verge of biting her head off. Kaylee sat down and devoured her breakfast. Her mother was worried she might not stop and eat the plate. She told Kaylee, “keep eating like that and you won’t fit in that outfit anymore.” She said it then she braced for the reaction. Maybe it would be a plate to the head or a litany of f-bombs. Kaylee Laughed. Cathern picked up a cup and took a long drink only then realizing it was syrup and not coffee.
Kaylee played the piano for the rest of the day. Everything from classical to rock and pop. Her playing was always good but now she was great. Cathern cleaned the kitchen. Then she worked on some papers as she listened to her daughter play. For the first time in a while she felt at peace. Then the music stopped. Cathern realized Kaylee was playing for 8 hours. It was Thursday. Their salad day. She made a large salad with tomatoes, sliced onions and other veggies. Kaylee usually ate her salad without dressing. Cathern liked to eat her salad while drinking a bottle of wine. One glass at a time. But today she didn’t open the wine. She put the glass away and went for a bottle of Jamaican Ginger ale. The spicy stuff Donald loves. She kept buying the stuff even though he wasn’t there to drink it. Kaylee joined her in the drink and she added a vinaigrette to her salad.
Kaylee went to her room. There she found the book. She opened it to the middle of the book. That formilar feeling of weight came over her. She closed the book. She took off the sweater then she opened the book. A golden glow come over her as a full set of armor materialized on her over the yoga outfit. It felt real but not complete. She closed the book and the armor vanished. Kaylee made sure her door was closed. She took her shirt and pants off. She then the bra and panties. Naked, she opened the book. This time the armor materialized all at once. It was fur lined and fit like a glove. With the fur, it should have been warm but the armor was cool inside. She realized she would have to do something with her hair for the helmet to fit. The armor felt amazing. Almost sensual. It hugged her curves like the yoga outfit. She closed the book and was naked again. She dressed for bed and went to sleep.
Kaylee found herself on a great open field of overturned earth and stones. A farmer’s field, freshly plowed. The ground was stained with blood. There were bodies as far as the eye could see. Many are chopped into parts. Heads on pikes. She was in the armor with a sword and shield. The shield had a design on it. Two wings, one white with a red background one red with a while background and split in the middle. There was some sort of creatures there. They looked human but they were all skin and bones with red eyes and sharp white teeth. They were naked, covered in ash with a smell of sulfur all about them. They seemed to be eating from the dead. As she approached they backed away.
From behind her she heard a voice. It said, “there will be none of that demons.” She spun around to see a man in gray armor. He had two short swords. Some of the demons move in. They attacked the gray knight. They were no match. He cut them down as easy as someone swats at a fly. He then came for Kaylee. He said, “defend yourself demon.” Kaylee looked around and said, “demon I don’t think so.” He stopped. Kaylee’s armor disappeared from her body. She was in a simple white cotton dress. The knight took off his helmet. He bowed to her and said, “my lady please forgive me.” The knight drove his sword into the ground and came up to her. As he approached his armor vanished exposing his naked body. He was handsome and fit. She also smelled bad. He came up to her and kissed her. As he did her dress disappeared. The field became her bedroom. She felt the bed on the back of her knees as she fell into it. She backed away. He climbed on top of her. She felt him spread her legs. A sound came from the other side of the room. A little man in a multicolored outfit said, “not yet.” He closed the book.