....she found herself unable to study anymore...
So she didn't know what to do with her time. Ryder had suggested finding a hobby. What? Like playing baseball or making pottery. What a silly waste of time!
She should find a new job....
"Come on, Willow. It's just a game," Ryan told her.
When no one else spoke up, Annie made a show of beginning. Putting her fingers on the planchette, she asked aloud, "Is there a spirit here?" Slowly her fingers moved towards the 'yes'.
Gasps sounded around the table.
Ryan was stunned. He didn't know why Willow was so upset. "Willow? Are you okay?"
"NO! I'm not okay! I don't know how you did it, but it was mean! I'm going home!" Willow ran our the door.
"I don't know," Aidan shrugged his shoulders. "Maybe she gets scared too easily?"
Rachel shook her head, "Yeah, we were just having fun..."
Dawn tried to cheer him up. "Come on, just ignore her. She's obviously a big baby."
Ryan sighed, "I guess. I just don't understand why she flipped like that."
Slowly, all their friends trickled out the door, talking about the night.
Ryan yawned and told Annie he was going to bed.
Annie wasn't sleepy at all. She w as wide awake and wired.
"Oh my God!" she gasped. "What the...?"
The woman pointed at her and said, "Annie Landry, you have played with things you do not understand."
Annie glanced around, wishing she'd stayed inside. "But, I... I... I..."
"I have set the world right. In time you will find your true self."
Annie snapped, "Again! Cryptic! Who are you? What did you do?"
The woman just waved her wand again and disappeared.