An Interactive Twilight Experience.
-waves my hand in greeting- Welcome. I thought I would share an insight into how I became to be the fisher for the Volturi and also a slight insight into my brief human life.
I was born into a large German family in Germany in 1530. I was given the name Heidi upon my birth and I was the youngest of seven children. I was spoilt by my parents and siblings as I was the youngest. You could say that I took great pleasure in being spoiled by my family.
Just after I reached the age of 20 in 1550 my human ended and I became an vampire. The memory is slightly foggy but I do recall walking home from running an errand for my mother when I was pulled into a dark alley and felt a sharp pain that was followed by burning agony. My creater was a vampire know as Hilda. I became a part of Hilda's coven for a few years until the Volturi came and destroyed the coven and Hilda. I was spared and I became a member of the Volturi Guard.
I became a key part in making sure my family are well fed. My primary duty is orchestrating elaborate ploys to bring human victims to Volterra for the sustenance of the coven. I am required to bring them from far away, without leaving a trail. I take pride in my job and I do it very well.
I am overwhelmingly physically appealing to men and women, humans and vampires. Resisting my allure is possible but also very difficult, especially if I am trying hard to attract. Thus I have earned the nicknames of the Volturi Fisher and the Volturi Huntress.
I come with a warning. One look can draw you in. One bite is all it takes to end you.
Being bored can be a slightly bad thing when you have time on your hands but it can give you a good reason to play pranks on siblings. The last prank that I played was when Corin and I hid all of Mina's clothes in the dungeon. It was good to watch her walk around in the same dress for days on end.…
Posted on July 27, 2013 at 10:00am
When I was a child my fondest memory was when I was 7 and it was Christmas time and my family followed the traditions that we always carried out every year. They began just before December 1st and my mother, sisters and I set aside special evenings for baking spiced cakes and cookies, and making gifts and decorations. Little dolls of fruit are traditional Christmas toys.…Continue
Posted on January 28, 2013 at 3:23pm — 1 Comment
Over the years I have collected and been gifted several items of jewelry. But there is one piece that brings back happy thoughts and I thought I would share a story of one of my most unique pieces. I remember when I was human that my family had a special tradition. When I turned 18 I was presented with a piece of jewelry, a ring that to this day still sits on a finger of my left…Continue
Posted on October 29, 2012 at 8:30am
When I think of color a certain poem comes to mind. Color has different ways of touching lives.
Color by Dorothea Mackellar
The lovely things that I have watched unthinking,
Unknowing, day by day,
That their soft dyes have steeped my soul in colour
That will not pass away -
Great saffron sunset clouds, and larkspur mountains,
And fenceless miles of plain,
And hillsides golden-green in that unearthly
Clear shining after…
Posted on August 31, 2012 at 7:29am