I'm absolutely in love with this picture. I just wanted to do a many-eyed monster and this is what I got. The sweetest, kindest, arctic, monster-worm a girl could ask for. It's a she because she has a red, satin bow and golden bell. She may look frightening, but her main diet are just seals and killer whales. ^-^ Anyway, here's a mini introduction for Freeda that I made up. "Freeda should be able to help you," the Eskimo said. "Wait. Who's Free-" I start to ask, but the Eskimo had already dug into her jacket's pink pockets and pulled out a small, golden bell. She shook it and the most tiniest tingling noise was released from the tiny bell. Everything was silent except for the howling wind forcing my hair to do crazy dances. I was about to say something, but the ice underneath our feet rumbled. A small jingle followed after that. Then a louder rumble and the same jingle, then an even louder rumber and the same jingle. It soon felt like an earthquake was going on and I lost balance. The Eskimo still kept her balance, though. CRAAAAACK! crack! CRUNCH! CRAAAAAACK! The ice was crumbling and my heart was beginning to race. Still no change in the expression of the Eskimo. Soon, a high-pitched squeel mixed with hissing sounds escaped the cracks in the ice. A few feet away, the arctic waters burst through and was shot into the air along with an even larger silhouette. It slithered out of hole and came closer. My heart felt like bursting out of my ribs until the silhouette licked my face.