“Hello?” a young brunette male called, “Is someone there?”
“Ace … Find… Me…” he heard whispered in the air.
“Ace dinner!” his mother called from the house. Ace walked up to the house, thinking on the soft voice he had heard. He felt compelled to listen to it, but he had no idea who or where he was to go.
“Mom,” he started, “have you ever heard a voice in the wind?”
“No dear,” his mother said, “do you feel alright baby? You look pale.”
“I’m fine mother,” Ace said eating his dinner. When he laid down that night he thought back to his mother’s diamond pendent, in which he had seen an image of a woman’s face. His mother had gotten the pendant from her adopted brother. Uncle Ricky said that it was an old family heirloom that had been in the Lavin family since the seventeenth century. He gave it to Ace’s mother to show her that she was a part of the family.
“Maybe I was seeing things…” Ace muttered as he drifted off to sleep.
“Ace… Find… Me…” Ace saw a beautiful woman about twenty feet away from him.
“Who are you? Why do I feel like I know you?” He asked running towards her.
“I am called Enchantress Celestine,” she told him, “you knew me when I was still strong… you… were… my…” She was fading away and Ace panicked.
“Wait! What was I to you?! Wait!!! Please…”
“Ace… Follow your heart…” Celestine said as her image faded away leaving Ace to contemplate what she said.