Special Bags And Accessories-Being Creative
My website is catered to all ages and I wrote the following article for those who like to read about adventure. It’s a creative writing story about a Special Agent by the name of Patroula. She is gifted when it comes to the use of her special bags and accessories. The purses and clip-ons pictured here I chose for what she uses for her line of work, and in this story is one of her leopard handbags.
It was just another typical day for Patroula, as she slipped into her red sports car. She made sure her crossbody leopard handbag was well-equipped for the day and evening covering herself in the event she had to work. Her handbag had a strip of leopard print across the front and a clip-on hanging from the metal part of her strap. She had her favorite leopard print pumps on with her jeans and a red v-neck tank top. Her marble colored hair flowed down her back in waves as it softly swayed in the breeze. Red lips and nails both painted to perfection as she drove to the supermarket for groceries.
Suddenly Patroula spotted a dark blue vehicle with the sunroof partially opened, and it was speeding by her. She happened to notice a young distressed girl inside the front seat, brown hair to her shoulders with a floral clip pinned to the side. Inside the vehicle, was a middle-aged man with short blonde spiked hair and he had a dark tan. She noticed the two were arguing and wondered if the young girl was his daughter.
Patroula’s instinctive senses kicked in and she knew this was a bad situation. The girl may be in danger whether it was her father or not. Her right hand pinky finger twitched and she knew right there, the young girl was in danger. She followed the dark blue vehicle closely but far enough to not cause suspicion. She removed the clip-on from her handbag and pulled the Bluetooth to hear their conversation. Within seconds Patroula was in front of the vehicle, took a closer look and saw the gun. Inside the vehicle, had it pressed to the young girl’s side, level with her heart. The sound of Patroula’s sports car caught the attention of the driver and he took off at full speed, while she stepped on the gas with her leopard pumps, flooring it to the metal.
The vehicle started to swerve as he approached the steep curve along the road and slid sideways, as he managed to make it as the vehicle fishtailed. Patroula flew by so fast, she was suddenly upon the dark blue vehicle. They played back and forth dodging each other as the young girl in the car held onto the dashboard for dear life. She whipped out the threads from the front buckle of her handbag, as they shot out through her window and around the wheels, stopping the dark blue vehicle in its tracks. She simultaneously locked the driver’s door so he couldn’t escape, with her crossbody handbag zipper pull auto lock and ran to the passenger side and flung her make-up compact at the gun which caused it to spin out of his hands and out the window. She removed the girl as the driver tried to get the gun, and before he knew it Patroula and the girl were gone at high speed out of sight. His doors locked with no way out, and Patroula called the police and left the rest to them.
In her sports car, Patroula was tucking in the make-up compact back into her handbag. She swiped it off the ground earlier with the gun as she placed the girl into her car. She would drop the gun off at the Police station after she brought the girl home to safety. The Police notified her that they had the suspect and to leave the gun with them when she comes by to give her statement, and the girl would give her’s when they went to visit her at home.
Patroula adjusted her v-neck tank top, fingered her hair back and applied a fresh layer of red lipstick and took off to the grocery store. Thinking her work day was over, she saw two suspicious people, a woman and a man, entering the grocery store as they looked around everywhere quickly. As they walked at a fast pace, Patroula saw the woman reach into her handbag and slip a small handheld gun in her top, then push it down her bra. As the couple continued to walk briskly, she made her way to the corner they were heading for which was the Manager’s office. Assuming they were looking for the money safe. Patroula pulled the fire alarm and the customers walked outside guided by the staff to safety.
The couple had stopped in their tracks and tried to look busy while reading a magazine. A man with a manager pin on his shirt came out to see why the fire alarm went off, and asked what was going on as the couple looked at him. Patroula pointed to the woman’s shirt and told him she was packing one, and wasn’t referring to a sirloin steak. The manager held out his hand expecting to get the gun, then the couple tried to run. Patroula then raised her arms in the air and two quick shots of sedation hit each the woman and man in the back of the neck. Her naval jewel shot them out instantly with perfect shots. The couple collapsed and by then two security guards were there. They found the small handgun and arrested the couple.
Patroula removed her naval jewel, and placed it in her handbag where she would refill it later at home. It was just another day for her, a double handbag duty adventure and she really wanted to finally buy her groceries and get home.
I created Patroula who is actually me, my birth name is Patra. When I was very young this is what I was called growing up and I was always strong, creative and adventurous. It’s fun writing for her allowing me to use my creativity.
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Unless otherwise stated, the bags for this article I chose from various merchants for the specific style I needed to write this article.
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Acknowledgement: This article was originally created on December 3rd, 2017. It is not to be copied or altered in any way, I have the original rough copy.