Your spelling is kinda troublesome. But, i suggest don't tell her! What's the use?
If you tell her, you can't take it back! She could tell your parents, family, friends. Next minute people will know. If you want, and she has proven herself worthy. She may be of great help, but you only know the basic's, What if she want's to learn?
i do telling that on my fellow cousins .. and they just laught that the magick isnt real and it just have a tricks . and when i meditate they laught at me and they know that im levitating lol .... but they dont know that im thinking ....
You posted something similar on another thread. As I said there, how new are you? Do you know what magick can and can't do? Can you tell the difference between fantasy magic from fictional books/movies and real spiritual magick real life pagans use? Do you understand or did you simply find this site a week ago and haven't gotten much further? It's not a bad thing, so don't take it the wrong way. I have studied Wicca and magick for 10 years, in my year and a day I focused on my spirituality over spell casting, as a result my first 6 months I thought you could turn someone into a cat just because I didn't go farther than looking at the spells posted here. Once I began learning about magick I discovered the truth. Therefore I would hold off.
You say she likes vampires, anime and twilight, there's nothing wrong with that [except liking twilight] but if she cannot tell the difference between fiction and nonfiction, I think telling her 'magick is real, but you can't do any of the cool stuff you've seen on tv. Here's a book on meditation.' Might not end well.