The orientation and mobility lesson she never forgot

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Chapter 11: The Unexpected Transformation
(by Bethany Rose, added on 29 January 2012 04:26 PM)

It was the night of the full moon, and David thought his chance to get rid of that stupid orientation and mobility instructor had finally come. He couldn't say just why he wanted everyone in her family to die. Well, he could, but he wouldn't, of course, since the killings would reveal something awful about his own family. Well, Jessica was the last who needed to be killed, and it had to be done soon since she was expecting. David couldn't focus on how and why all the killing got started; Jessica was exiting the center. David's time had finally come.

Jessica peeked over the cardboard box she was carrying, but she didn't immediately see David. Maybe he had decided not to come tonight, but perhaps that would make things worse. Jessica wasn't even supposed to be here tonight. Coralyn had asked if she would substitute for a staff member whose child was ill. Jessica didn't think anything of it then, but the child and her illness would become horribly entangled in Jessica's life. But all of that would come later.

Jessica deposited her box of food on the picnic table nearest the grill.
She was just about to take some hamburgers to her boyfriend Jacob, who stood at the grill, when she saw David. He was frantically talking on the phone, and she saw his mouth form the words "Jessica," "thanks" and "Bobby." Oh no, that was his roommate, and Jessica remembered that Bobby had some vision. What if he was letting David know that she, Jessica, was there. Then she glanced at her watch and scanned the sky for the moon. She would have to make her move soon, and...but David was coming toward her, and she saw the transformation begin. But David would not morph into a werewolf this night--or ever again.

Jessica dropped the plate of beef and ran toward David with the pen in her hand. As she reached him, she plunged the pen into his upper arm and pushed the button. It was perfect timing, since he had just opened his mouth to try to bite her.

And what a transformation took place!
He didn't pounce, growl or bite; instead, he lay on the ground as a tiny baby, wailing through a little mouth without teeth. Even though Jessica knew what was going to happen, she was still amazed! It seemed there was a bit of a problem though; Coralyn had done her job a little too well!

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