There was once a little girl called Georgia who was 9 years old. She was a good girl, and she always did what her mum said. Her mum worked at a very secret place. One day, she was walking along and she passed a lake. She was just walking along a slippery slope and she slipped and fell in! Suddenly,she found herself somewhere she would have never even dreamed about.
Georgia was in a house. It was as simple as that. But also extremely weird. Not only that, but she was breathing in a lake! It was the most weird thing she had ever experienced in her life. She thought she would like to explore the house to try and find the owner, so she walked around a bit and then she discovered a staircase.
Georgia thought about it. First she fell into a lake, then she discovered a house, and now this! She almost wanted to laugh. In fact,she did, “Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!”. When she had finished laughing, she realised that she was stuck at the bottom of a lake with a house covered in pictures of hamsters. Then she remembered the staircase and started searching for it. It was quite easy to find. It was right behind her. She started climbing the stairs.
She counted the steps as she went. 50,60,70,80,90,100. 100 steps! Whoever, or whatever, owned this house seemed to have, or had, a lot of money. Next, she remembered that she was stuck in a house at the bottom of a lake with no obvious way out. She then remembered that she was looking for the owner of the house. She wandered around and soon found a corridor. Georgia went down it. There was a door. It said “The owner of the house” and she was pretty sure it was her destination. She knocked again, and this time was rewarded with a clunk. Then, a hamster came out. He looked like a hamster you might have at home, but a lot bigger. “What are you doing in my house?” he growled.
“What am I doing? What I am doing is looking for the owner of this house so I can get out of this lake and go home.” said Georgia.
“Well, you’ve found the owner but he doesn’t want you in here.” said the hamster. He had a slow voice which was as deep as an elephant’s voice.
“Why not?” asked Georgia.
“Because you annoyed me.” said the hamster, “So get out. Now!” said the hamster.
“Or what?” said Georgia.
The hamster pressed a button.
“Or this.” said the hamster.
Some hamsters appeared. They were very small and cute. Then they produced clubs and started chasing Georgia. They chased her out of the house and near a marked area. With the last of her strength, she leapt into it and jumped. Then she found herself back on dry ground. She ran home quickly and told her mum.
“Oh. That’s where I work. You must not tell anyone.” said her mum.
“So he’s actually my friend.” said Georgia.
“Yes.” said her mum.
So then it carried on as normal. Geogia never told anyone what had happened. But she has never
forgotten it either.