Windmills in the Cold… Cold Environment

Annie is on the quest to help engineers build windmills that will replace a pesky coal-burning plants that are used to generate power. Annie has studied lots of high winds in the cold environment. She did all kinds of things while she’s on duty; she is now patroling the cold ice cap at north of our planet. Her goal is to keep oil-rigs away from the Arctic circle. She always explore the cold places, and think about protecting our planet from these harsh polluters.

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A Fairy-Rider Without a Fairy

The story starts off at my large house in this village. I do have fairies all right; but some of them has poofed out,–due to maintenance, or changes to their fairy system. I can hear Lou and Johny playing games with their legacy pool table. They’re just listening to music as they play. Well, they’re using royalty-free music that is open-source. I’m at the first floor of my house, getting ready for today, and I’m about to go outside, and take a hike. I can hear some people riding horses down the street, looks like they’re going to some farm to entertain themselves or something. My house can muffle all of the clicking outside. Almost all of my equipment what I had built has fully started to work.

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Chapter 1: The Recent Problem in our village

Amy and I are at the farm. We met Robert, he’s the owner of this farm, and he’s been caring for horses as a living! His farm is kind of small, but he also has a large garden,–where he plants food for the village. There’s a large house, a windmill, and there’s also a large barn. Amy: “Some of Fairy-Rider’s peers has been scared by one of your horses, and he has fear of horses.” Robert is currently refilling his food department for his horses. He thought we’re just playing. Robert: “Fear of horses is common in this village, and you’re the only compact creature who is ridden by you Amy. I was trying to resolve this problem, but I need some other people who were good at resolving fears.” I slowed Amy down. “You might need to take it slow,” I said. Amy looks at one of Robert’s horses, she thought his horses are tall as normal horses. Both of them are just playing, some of them are ridden by some people who were trying to show other people how to ride horses. Amy: “Not sure which horse is willing to be a candiddate to resolve fear of horses, we have to find the right farm that has less horses, we have to take a long route to reach you. Lou is your common neighbor who is your visitor who likes to ride horses.” Henery was worried! He thought some of my peers like horses, but some of them are so afraid of them. Robert: “Thanks for letting me know about this issue. One of my horses just started to become a candiddate for resolving fears. Since you’re a fairy-rider; you really ride fairies, but your mouse is your backup. I discovered some of my fairies has poofed out. And we have to wait for our fairies to come back,–after their maintenance session.” Amy and I start our process to choose one of these horses to borrow for resolving some problems by planning it out on a powerful tablet to confirm if we wanted to keep our mission going We have to take extra caution when resolving a problem like this..

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Have you imagined riding a rabbit?

For the past 8 years; I’ve been imagining I was riding a rabbit in my imagination. It took some time for me to develop a new format of my imagination that will change the way how my imagination works forever.

I’ve imagined riding a white rabbit in a large garden. The large garden is taken place in my dream,–where 12 of these fairies were at. That’s the time when I first started believing in fairies. Why I’m riding rabbits in my imagination as I believe in fairies because I established believing in fairies since 10 years ago. For me to maintain my ability to believe in fairies; I have to either ride a rabbit, or mouse to continue.

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1: Fun Effort to reduce power in our home!

Amy and I has finished the another section of our house. With a flip of a switch, the lights are now on at our bunks. These light slots hasn’t been working for the past months. “Perfect!!!” I exclaimed. One working light has lit the bunks when the test curtains has been activated. Then 2 lights has activated. The bunks begins to brighten up… and the LED lights has lit without any trouble. Amy said, “now these lights will help us reduce energy. They can be dimmed,–so we can save more energy, but we don’t need to dim them at this time.” Amy and I are proud because, we had reduced energy by 70%. Now the coal industry will use less fuel, and go out of service, that will also enable us to use windmills to generate power for our village. Amy and I were so proud of our project because, we’re reducing pollution. “All we haveto do just figure out how much of our power has been reduced so far,” I said.

Amy and I has settled down for a short time as we save our session of our project. We enjoyed some tea and tarts as we watch TV. Well, this is an open-source TV show what they’ve just supplied for our subscription. Since this service is evolving slowly, we have to stay in our budget. Amy has prompted me to go to the next level. She often reloads my shipment of tarts for my freezer. Both of us are taking a long break to let our energy charge up. We’re planning on implementing our new lighting to reduce power even further. But Amy doesn’t want to do this project too soon because, we have to save our money in order to get these materials for our project in the future. I have to write it down on my computer to keep track of our recent tasks. Unlike other people who were renting homes, we’re the only ones who were maintaining our home. This long project takes time. We’ve currently had parts of our home completed so far. Amy looks around the room to see if any of these projects needed to be implemented. But we’re NOT in the rush to implement these new features. We do this by these steady steps. Amy thought she didn’t do any tasks, but she already did. I’ve allowed Amy to look into my digital log. And she discovered her task highlighted in blue,–indicating she already did her task. But she’s taking a long break. That enables us to watch some other mouse-trainers in our village. Amy: “Look all of these mice going nowhere to the next level! Since you have taken steps to level up; I had lots of time to review each level.” Amy adjusts the volume on our TV. We have to use our stereo system to extend the sound from our set. “You are right Amy. I always give you long breaks after each task and tricks. You’re kind of like my third fairy, but you’re currently being developed by me. Some of my peers don’t have a mouse as a pet just yet,” I said. Amy reboots the player,–after the movie finished playing. It was a short movie. But that’s just a starter content created by our community. Maybe they’re launching their business via each step.

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