John and Liz were visiting their grandparents. John wanted to sit on the couch, and watch some television, while Liz wanted to lay down, and have a rest. However, her legs touched, and bothered John so they constantly argued about touching each other. Grandma heard their arguments out to the kitchen, and told Liz to sit up. You don't love me anymore, you only love John, said Liz. That's not true said grandma, and suddenly they all could see how Liz started to rise from the couch.became longer, and thinner. Then suddenly she was inside the big picture hanging over the couch. Look shouted John, Liz is inside the picture. Yea, I saw it, said grandpa, as they all looked at Liz walking barefoot in the snow. Inside the picture, Liz walked up to the house, to get out of the cold snow. Inside the house was a small man, working in the kitchen. He just looked at Liz, and said. Get me some water. Where can I get water? asked Liz. Outside is only snow, and I have no shoes. Put some snow in this bucket said the old man. Are you an Elf? asked Liz as she refused to help. The old man, the elf master, looked at her, and said. No water, no soup, and hungry elves. As Liz started to make trouble, several young elves flew in. The master elf told them to take this girl to the other place. The young elves following the masters voice, took Liz and flew out through the door. She was taken to a land behind the forest on the picture, and left to care for herself. Some lizard people wanted to eat her, but when she cried they lost interest. Then some birds tried to fool her, and a large snake tried to get her to follow him. Not before the forest helped her, could Liz get back to the elf masters house, and from there the forest helped her to get back to grandma's couch.
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About the Author
My name is Bo Widerberg/artbcool, I am born in Europe too many years ago. Have lived with my family in Florida since 1985 and we are happy with our situation. Would feel a lot better if more people would read my stories.