Ssssssss… As the hissing sound faded away into the scorching hot distance, the three young witches started their day.
“Hey, let’s build a garden since we don’t have a place to hangout and have afternoon tea,” Bobby, an optimistic witch suggested with excitement, “It’ll look great! Just think about how many things we could do in the garden together!”
Phya, the wise one, thought about this idea and replied, “That’s not a bad idea. Not a bad idea at all! But we’ll have to measure how big it will be and where the gate will be.”
“Okay! Let’s start,” Suzie, another witch, who interrupted, walking out of their house, a rather large igloo.
It was built to be insulated during the winter and able to withstand the blazing heat during the summer. Where they lived, Freezing Mountain, was supposed to be all cold, icy, and wintery, but for some mysterious reason, the climate had been extraordinary. It’s like summer here! Blazing sun shone down at the Freezing Mountain, no sign of winter showed.
“Wait, did you feel that?” Phya asked the witches, “Is it just me or did you feel that wave of heat?”
“Now that you mention it, yes,” Bobby responded as he stopped working on the garden. He looked up to the sky, thinking of that weird wave. Then went back to work, throwing his thoughts behind his head.
After six hours of designing and construction, the garden finally came into sight. A mini green heaven sprinkled with crystal-like flowers, very pleasing to the eyes. Although the flowers are made of crystal-clear ice pedals, they still diffused a fresh scent of wild poppy in the summer time. Then a sudden wave of heat struck the mountains and everything started dripping, deforming their own natural shapes.