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.
I still have lots of time before I go to sleep! I am getting my player to play audio-books as I sleep later on. I am programming my device to enable my device to play books for 7 hours. The nurse has to take Eilene to the vet for a weekly checkup as a way to keep her healthy, and active, she often eats more food when necessary, but she often needs to have her diet adjusted to confirm if she can get a correct amount of food. “Now my machine is set,” I said, activating the play button, “now I can sleep as this machine runs.” I can hear the nurse signaling Eilene to enter her carrier when taking her to a vet for a long checkup. Maybe the nurse cares about Eilene… and she has been trying to worship wererabbits as a way to support our culture with rabbits, and protect them against being eaten by humans. In fact, the nurse has a necklace with a charm that is shaped like a rabbit’s head. It’s a metal version with glass. And she has a collection being implemented around this house. However, she sells off her old collection to stores to make some money, but she always pay lots of taxes like an American citizen! And she takes taxes very seriously. I was glad when she pay taxes because, taxes help the USA run properly, and support public schools, and maintain prisons,–and explore renewable energy.
As I get out of my room, I walk down the hallway to go to the living room where the nurse is still getting ready to go to the vet for her rabbit. “This is my appointment for tonight, and I have to be checked each week,” said Eilene, getting ready to read her book. The nurse is using a cart to roll her carrier. “The vet office is still open, and it never closes, and we have to catch your appointment, you have to get your diet checked for errors, you did eat enough food,” said the nurse, “after you visit your vet, we will go back home, and sleep, other rabbit-owners has been trying to get a certified vet to make sure their bunnies are healthy like us.” Eilene has relaxed her ears, she thought other people who own rabbits has been trying to find a legitimate vet, she heard a news about a scammer who illegally put their bunnies to sleep, and taking their money. Insurance fraud is a known issue, and these scammers has been taking advantage of these villagers who own rabbits. “There’s a scammer who is lurking at our clinic dedicated for rabbits,” said Eilene, presenting a page to the nurse, “I have to alert you about this because, if I was put down; that will be sad! And you may end up having your rabbits being stolen and illegally sold as food.” The nurse uses her phone to call a legitimate vet as a way to protect her independence. She uses her card to track down a legitimate vet who she worked with for 22 years! “This is a good idea to call her just incase, and warn her about these scammers who were involved,” said Eilene, getting ready to continue reading her newspaper, “and looks like I found myself a mystery!” The nurse agreed what Eilene just said, “it may take some time to catch that scammer, and bring him to justice with a help of our police department. And on the cover of this newspaper, there’s a white man involved,–scamming black villagers who own rabbits as pets or therapy animals.” The nurse stops the cart, she can see the door to our house is still closed, but she can see other people who were trying to find a scammer who is hiding. It’s still kind of bright outside, but the sun is setting!