Chapter 0.1: Packing Up

I woke up extra early to pack up my gear,–before I ever go to Fairyland… if it exists. I discovered some of my clothes that needed to be cleaned. I believed some of my dirty clothes needs to be washed in bulk because, I don’t have an actual washer and dryer for my house,–due to lack of space for the 2 machines. I do have a plan to establish my very own house,–after I successfully own my first fairy. I do have enough money to support my fairy. If I wanted to keep my fairies… I have to take really good responsibility with them, and care for them constantly. For example; you owned a fairy who is a vegetarian. She doesn’t eat meat at all. You fed her some vegetarian food 3 to 4 times a day. You allow your fairy to exercise, and rest in her dedicated room,–or large cot with surrounding wooden bars like a crib. Since fairies fly constantly… a supply of diapers is necessary to prevent your fairy from having accidents, or messing up your entire house with fairy manure. However; I never owned a fairy before! But I’m giving it a try to get myself started with owning fairies.

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Chapter 0.5: Returning Back To My Main House For Dinner

When I finally returned to my original house, I decided to get me some dinner to eat. However; the nurse has discovered me getting ready to move to the another town, or region. She is currently cooking my dinner that is vegetarian. She has told me a news about mass recall of rabbit meat,–due to people who reported their rabbits stolen! Illegal slaughtering of rabbits can lead you to a 44-year prison sentence. This punishment like this can teach us a lesson because, if you kill a rabbit, you will be fined for the first offense, and other repeat offenses can lead you to be end up in prison for the rest of your life.

I never heard this news like this, but this is a recent news what she was reading on a newspaper.

I was still riding Eilene. She was glad to see her owner again! “I never seen this house like this before,” said Eilene, looking around this kitchen, “I just can’t wait to get me some dinner. Since you are about to move out of this house, your nurse will guard it for you. And all of your bills will be paid because, you have trouble with your funds. However, I’m about to have kits in the future, but I still have lots of time to get me a new home, but this nurse has been caring for me for 14 years, and I’m about to reach my 15th year milestone.” Eilene stops at the nurse who is cooking dinner for me. She has to take some time as she cook meals. If you told someone to hurry, that’s causing issues with quality of cooking meals. However, the nurse already have children, and she still care for them, and she changed lives of 200 children each 20 years, and that caused her to be the best fosterparent who wanted to raise children without violence. All of the coffee what she sometimes drink enabled her to have a long life. And she still cooks with other people as a group.

Eilene keeps a safe distance when her owner cooks food. She has to do this because, she don’t want her to have an accident. She can see 4 police officers seizing my mother’s property that was used to spank children, and deprive them rights, food, etc. They’ve finally got my funds recovered because, there was an executive order of a service what I rely on to get my funds back. And unlike other services that don’t work; it works faster! I managed to keep myself balanced as I ride Eilene. She’s kind of active like a hare, but she knows what to do,–if my abusive mother strikes with a dangerous object.

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