I'm 16 years old and just did something I thought I would have never done in my entire life. I moved the birthday candle flame, well made it bigger and it started to melt faster than the rest then went out.
I was looking at the cake from the kitchen chair, the cake was on the exact opposite of me. I was the only one in the kitchen and was going to bring the cake when I got the signal from my aunt, which was a know on the door 3 times in certain order.
The windows were closed and the air was off because my family didn't want it to blow the candle out.
I was waiting like five minutes because they were outside trying to get the birthday girls bags out of her car, so I started to relax because it looked like they weren't coming in anytime soon.
I started to 5 or something take deep breathes, and cleared my mind. I looked straight at the purple candle and focused on the candle's feature. I took in every detail because it was favorite color, and then focused on the flame. While the other candles around it kept a steady glow that one started to shake. [ (I didn't notice it until after this happened and tried to remember what I did) ] I was thinking in my mind that it was going to blow out so I started to concentrate on it to make the flame bigger[ (not sure what compelled me to do it) ] it got bigger so then I straighten in my seat and said stop it.
That was the only candle that went out and it confused me it was towards the middle but close to the end, on the farthest part of the cake and if I sent a breeze towards it the others would have at least gone out or flickered. But no they didn't. Then that's when I heard the signal.
I felt all tingly in my body like some adrenaline rush just coursed through me and it felt like my allergies gave me a head ache. The kind that you can your heart beating in your head and like there is air in the front part of your just waiting to explode.
I went and lit the candle back up, but it never did it again that day.
When I went to sleep I started to think about what happened, next day wrote this.