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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Chapter 0.9: My Official Dream Of Fairies!

My dream started to appear. And this time… I’m riding a fairy who I met earlier. She is a same fairy what I’ve dreamed of last night. She is now larger than she used to be! This fairy is a large-format fairy. Maybe they’ve evolved during changes to our fairy-based society. It looks like a same place, but we’re inside a palace. This palace looks like a common palace in some fairy-based village. However, this palace has a modern twist to it, it has an upgraded electrical system powered by wind, a steam heating system with a hotter boiler, a high-pressure plumbing system, a ramp system that enables anyone to walk run, or even ride animals,–and even a recycling system for recycling items! This palace never stops upgrading because, this palace is built to expand like a superchurch that outgrew an average mosque. Maybe this palace is rich because, they’ve been recycling waste for years, and they’ve been relying on renewable energy for years.

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Chapter 1: This Is My Fairy

I woke up from my dream. I decided to drink some tea with my strawberry tarts. Since I had a multiple-room house to myself; I decided to set up my art shop. Why I was awake early, I had a good dream. I discovered my wish list is no longer under my pillow. But there’s a message that is left behind:

Dear Sir Aaron J,

I collected your wish list to grant your wishes. Since your parent is recovering at the hospital,–after heart failure; I will take over to help the rest of your family. Be sure to go to our fairy port to choose your fairy.

The fairy port is located at the 92nd terminal at tram station 32. The fairies are waiting for you.

Regards, lady Wendy

That’s the message I found under my pillow. I decided to bring my art work with me. My father who came to my house greeted me with a message, “Hurry… go to the fairy port. They had lots of fairies that you can choose. However, according to your art work, they had a fairy that matches to your image of your dream, and your art.” I replied to my father, “That’s what I’m about to do. I had to catch the tram. The buses are taking a break from their job. And we’re going to use renewable energy.” I started to get out of my bed. My player has turned off,–so I can prepare my own breakfast faster, I don’t need to strike the stop kay on my machine.

I ran out the door with my gear. My father went to the kitchen to drink some tea, and eat some tarts. He discovered my mother’s TV running.

While I was taking a tram ride to the fairy port; I discovered Wendy operating the tram. “We had a fairy that is specially selected for you. We went to your art show before,” said Wendy. I replied to her message, “I got your message. There are 22 people onboard. All of the passengers are reading the books containing fairies. Sir Jack, the tram manager is adding new silver plates on the floor. I was enjoying tea and strawberry tarts. The luggage is placed on the shelf. The windows on the tram are tinted, making it look like night time. The lights are dim. And the fans are on. Since it can recycle power. It can reduce CO2 emissions .

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Chapter 1.1: Camping In The Sleepy Village

Amanda and I went back to our house to get our gear to go camping. The queen is warning us about the vampires that our village is aware of. Since the queen only believe in fairies, she’s dressed up like an actual fairy. We replied: “We will watch out for vampires, and we will do a research with a vampire, so we can recognize them. We’re going to explore the village too.”

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Chapter 2: The Poor Villagers and the Broken Cattle Farm

Amanda and I had met the poor family who lives in this village. They are enjoying some tea with scones. Sheryl has 7 kids in her family. She also owns a lantern that is used for her canteen. There are 4 girls, and 3 boys. They’re raised without spanking. A long time ago; they moved to New Kingdom because, they want to believe in fairies as an alternative to their previous belief. We’re just curious about the family. So we took a closer look of their house. Sheryl told us about her kids who are raised without spanking. Since she doesn’t spank children. She was built to be a foster parent. She taken good care of children,–estimated up to 7000 children a year without abuse, or neglect. Today she is focusing on taking care of 1 girl, and 2 boys. The other 4 kids are Sheryl’s children. “Good morning Ms. Sheryl!” Amanda greeted, “we’re exploring the village. Looks like you had 4 kids and foster children. Are you the only one who lives in this house?” Sheryl: “Our kids need their help. Our kingdom already prohibited spanking years ago. We cleared all of the vampires from our village. I’m taking care of 3 children because, they are neglected, and badly beaten by their parents. If you found these parents who are responsible for illegally spanking children. You must help us reclaim our spank-free culture in our village. For many years, we had wished for believing in fairies. For 3 years, our wishes has been granted! We decided to abandon our previous belief.” Amanda: “Are you concerned,–regarding persecution of Christians? This person who is riding me does.” Sheryl: “Similar to that. But We’re abandoned God for Fairies. The rest of my family only believes in fairies. I have to raise children without spanking. Other parts of my family are still leaving their previous belief. But a decision is yours!” Amanda and I took a look of a bookcase with lots of books. We can also see the ashes of the bibles that are stored in the glass tubes. Maybe they’re stolen or something. “MS. Sheryl was right! They wanted to believe in fairies. By default; New Kingdom is built to believe in fairies,” I said. We went towards the table in the canteen. We can see lots of fairy figures. And there’s a backyard with a big garden. We placed our inventory next to the old table. And then, we went out the door. It was a long flight all right, but this is my first experiment of riding fairies.q

Amanda and I are flying over the garden. We’re heading towards the farm that is removing the dead cattle,–while the 1000 remaining cattle are still alive. They do have extra cattle available. We can see the farm that is 100 miles away. We have to speed towards the farm,–in order to see what’s going on.

As we finally made it to the farm; we met Louis, the farmer. We asked him about an issue about the procision beef farm. He told us what went wrong: “Down cows discovered by my fairies who are working at night. But our remaining cattle are still alive. And we’re sorry! Our farm appears to be broken. Beef from this beef farm cannot be sold to stores. We always make sure our stores have procision goods for our village. We had a pescetarian, and vegan diet backup. We’re also planning on checking our dairy farm for errors too. We made over $20,000 a week with our procision farm. Not even one cruelty of animals.Due to the next season, we have to give these cows a break! Our beef won’t come back to stores,–until the problem is fixed.” Amanda:” So that’s a problem! We’re about to go to the wind farm,–so we can see the project.” We flown towards the road. Louis started his tractor and plowed the fields. He also added robots to do their work at night.

We flown back to Sheryl’s house to drop off the wooden box for their set. Her 4 kids are going to school. Here’s the description of each person in this house:

  • Tiffany – She’s a smart girl who likes to work with computers, machines, and art. She wears a striped shirt with the following colors; red, brown, and blue. Black pants with a green stripe. blue socks with a pink rim. And flat green shoes. She has dark skin, brown hair, pink lips, short, long legs, and green eyes.
  • Christopher – A carpenter, works with cars, and chemistry. He wears a shop uniform for working with wood. He has red hair, light skin, blue eyes, tall, and short legs.
  • Bruce (twin brother) – Studies mythology. Wears same clothes as Christopher with a different color, and design. At this case, green with tan.
  • Sheryl – She’s a mother of 4 kids, and she’s a foster parent. She’s a anytime housekeeper who clean rooms in any house. She has brown hair, light skin, pink lips, she’s tall, and she has long legs. She wears a bell-shaped dress with mixed colors, white apron, white stockings, and flat gray shoes.

As Amanda and I are picking up our inventory; Tiffany went to the canteen to make some lunch. Sheryl went to the cellar to check the laundry room. The washing machine is still doing it’s job. The dryer is being loaded by bruce. Since he does laundry for this family. He decided to make a wish. But he can’t go anywhere because; his parents are on probation for child cruelty. Christopher is running out the house to go to his workshop to finish his project. Tiffany’s Voice: “Be careful out there! I will meet you at the park.” Amanda and I are leaving this house. Amanda: “We’re going to come back later.” Sheryl: “Don’t forget to finish up your house, New Kingdom is going to launch it’s magic in any moment!” “We flown out the door.

Amanda and I went back to our house to finish up our project. Since the magic is starting up; we have to hurry up. Many of these rooms are almost completed. We can see lots of villagers working with their houses.

These poor villagers are proud with their lives because, they rely on telling stories, and doing art. Since their art project is so valuable; they make money with their art project. Since the procision beef farms are broken, they had a vegan backup. All of the streets are made of bricks. And their houses are also made of bricks. Their street lamps are short. They run via olive oil. Since cars and trucks are 88% scarce in this village, they rely on their subway to travel. However; workers use them for any purpose. They do have construction machines!

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