Katie pulled her thumb out from between her teeth, because this was important. “I promise you, Jessie. Promise, promise.”
Suspicious blue eyes narrowed. “You’re wrong. I saw it, brooms can definitely fly.”
“You saw a movie–”
“And went on the ride!”
“That was all fake. Like when that car flew in that other movie.” Katie continued explaining, but Jessie still sat on the broom, looking over the edge of the couch that they really shouldn’t be standing on. She was still about to jump.
“That’s different,” Jessie countered. “Cars have roads, what do brooms have?”
“Well then if I crash into the floor, it won’t be that big of a deal.”
“For the broom and the floor, but for Jessie–?”
But Jessie didn’t hear or didn’t care, instead she jumped. Then, there was a short scream, followed by a crash.
“Told you so.”
Jessie groaned, pulling the broom out from under her with one hand and rubbing her head with the other. “I think I saw heaven.”