Hiya my homies! Before we start this chapter I have a quick announcement. Shoutout to my new homie @123squirrel for following me and reading my new series. Thanks, bro, I really appreciate it!
"Did you hear what happened in Hollywood?" Liza asked her friend, Cami. "Yeah. I hear there were 17 tornados ripping apart the city at once. My friend Danny was one of the few survivors." Cami replied. "Well, thank the Lord we don't have any apocalyptic dangers here!" Liza said. "This is Hawaii. What could possibly go wrong in such a happy paradise?" She added. "Ever heard of the super tsunami?" Cami asked teasingly. "Huh? Well, we've had tsunamis before but remember there's no such thing as a super tsunami. Let's go to the beach real quick, I wanna go swimming." Liza grabbed her backpack and the two friends went down to the beach. It was a little cloudy, but it didn't look like it would rain. Liza put in her swimsuit and splashed through the ocean, Cami right behind her. "Uh, is it just me or is the water pulling back?" Cami asked. Liza realized the ocean was pulling back for some reason. "I can feel it too. Let's head back to shore." Liza started swimming back to the beach. The water had pulled out so much that there was a lot more beach than there had been before. Liza waded out of the water and turned to watch as the sea kept pulling out. Than she saw the huge tsunami the size of Mount Everest in the distance, barreling towards them at several hundred miles per hour. "Is that a..." Cami stopped, having cut herself off. "Yeah. It's a super tsunami." Liza said. "RUN!" Cami screamed. The two girls bolted back into the city, screaming at the top of their lungs. The tsunami surged into the city. For a brief moment Liza thought she could outrun it, but that hope died instantly when the tsunami swept her up. She gasped for air right as she was shoved under by the shear force of the mountain sized wave breaking over buildings. She was struck several times by debris, and cut by a floating piece of glass. Her lungs screamed for air, and she desperately kicked back to the surface. The tsunami had passed, and the once beautiful city had been crushed under nearly 50 feet of water. That's how deep it was. Liza struggled past some chunks of buildings until she found a large floating wood plank that she could use as a raft. She scrambled on top of it, and turned to see how bad the damage was. Some of the tallest buildings and trees had survived, their tops sticking out of the murky water. There was crud of all shakes and sizes floating everywhere. Liza saw people who had survived climb onto their own rafts. But the most horrifying thing was that Liza saw her best friend Cami's body floating on the water, facedown, not moving. Liza knew she was dead. How would life possibly go on? Her home was under 50 feet of water, acting as a watery grave! She didn't even know if any of her family was still alive! She had to sit down. "Liza!" Her mothers voice shouted. Liza looked up. Her mother was swimming toward her. She felt her heart explode, and dove into the water, swimming out to meet her mom after such a disaster.
She had survived the apocalypse.
Blessings and prayers to Hawaii, as they are going through a volcanic eruption right now. We are praying for you, Hawaii! :)
Sorry this took a while. I love to cook and my dad and I were making homemade mango and pineapple salsa. It is soooooo gooooooodddd.