Luckily for Arielle, her parents had allowed her to go camping in the back garden with her brothers.
“This is how you make a proper toasted marshmallow.” Arielle said cheerfully as she looked at her toasted pink marshmallow on the wooden stick.
“So I get it out when it’s nearly beginning to golden?” Reece asked as he watched his marshmallow beginning to become toasty.
“Yes or you will end up with a burnt marshmallow.” Arielle replied not noticing that Caleb was looking sadly at his burnt marshmallow.
It just so happened that Arielle accidentally burnt the next one as she listed to Reece tell a ghost story, after looking at the marshmallow in caution for a few moments she merely shrugged and shoved the marshmallow to her mouth.
Trying to get the aftertaste of the burnt marshmallow out of her mouth, Arielle sat watching her brothers continue to snack on toasted marshmallows and becoming rather tired in the process. In attempts to subside her yawns, Arielle toasted another marshmallow and sadly due to her tiredness, went on to eat it without allowing it to cool first.
“Ow, ow, ow!” Arielle hissed as she tried to make a fan with moving her hands backwards and forwards which caused a fit of laughter from her brothers.
As all three children began to feel tired, Arielle proposed a scary bedtime story.
“Once upon a time there was a Pumpkin Queen.” Arielle began much to the displeasure of her brothers.
“Pumpkin queen’s aren’t even scary!” Caleb huffed as he stood up.
“Well the story will be scary since she gets cursed!” Arielle rebuked and smirks as this seem to perk her brother’s interest.
“Cursed into what?” Reece asked curiously.
“A mummy!” Arielle growled as she did the movements of a movements of a mummy trying to capture him.
So with the curiosity of the Pumpkin Queen becoming cursed into a mummy, the boys stood listening to the story. Unfortunately, Arielle was rather upset when her brothers began laughing at her once she had finished the story.
It was understandable that Arielle would feel sad since she had been laughed at by her brothers. Feeling immensely hurt, Arielle stood up and went into the tent.