The Unicorn Adventure (3 of 4) – The Adventures Of Princess RiverStar (Ch. 32)

The Unicorn Adventure (3 of 4) – The Adventures Of Princess RiverStar (Ch. 32)

Excitement filled the royal family as they realized that it was going to be a race. The four unicorns knelt to the ground and encouraged their partners to climb on. Each of the unicorns made their way to one of the four paths and then looked back towards the tree and fellow unicorns. The tree began to pulsate even faster this time then four different color beams of light shot straight up into the air and disappeared out of sight. At least, that is what they thought happened. In the blink of an eye, the multi-colored beams of light raced back down to the tree then shot out towards the four paths and continued off down them. This was the signal to start the race that everyone had been waiting for.

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Introduction

Excitement filled the royal family as they realized that it was going to be a race.

But, it was nervous excitement because they didn’t know what the challenges would be.

The four unicorns kneeled to the ground and encouraged their partners to climb on.

No one knew how they chose, but each of the unicorns made their way to one of the four paths and then turned to look back at the tree and the gathered unicorns.

The tree began to pulsate even faster this time then four different color beams of light shot straight up into the air and disappeared out of sight.

At least, that is what they thought happened.

In the blink of an eye, the multi-colored beams of light raced back down to the tree then shot out towards the four paths and continued off down them.

This was the signal to start the race that everyone had been waiting for.

The unicorns started racing down their paths while sending their riders images of them focusing on the path.

Princess RiverStar started wondering why her unicorn was sending her images of her focusing on the path.

Then her mind wondered to the tree and how the others were doing.

She didn’t notice that the path was getting dimmer by the moment.

Before she knew it, she was back at the starting line and her unicorn was telling her even more adamantly to focus on the path.

She realized that focusing on the path was the first test.

As she was clearing her mind and trying to focus on the path, she noticed that her father was back at the starting line too.

Laughing she made herself focus on the path and her unicorn raced off even faster this time…