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/ First of all, I can't do new paragraphs on this machine, so I'll be doing a double strike (//) instead. Ty for reading! / // The red backpack fell to ground with a thud. Zi picked it up. She kept the bag on top of her wardrobe, in case of emergencies. After hurriedly pulling open the bag's chunky zip, a slightly bashed red apple was thrown inside, along with a stolen pair of binoculars, an anorak, a Swiss Army Knife and a few more items. Zi tugged the zip shut. // Stuffing her walking boots onto her bare feet, Zi pulled on the backpack and opened her bedroom window. She glanced back. Her bedroom door was locked shut. // Zi paused for a moment, before walking over to her writing desk. On a pad of yellow sticky notes, she scribbled a short message to her parents; "Mum & Dad, I'm sorry, but I need an adventure. XX". // Putting down the pen, Zi walked over to her open window. Taking a deep breath, she whispered to herself, "I'm Zimala Georgina Blake and I'm gonna be okay. I need adventure." A small tear dripped down her cheek. Smiling sadly, she turned to see the picture of her smiling parents by her bed. They smiled up at her innocently, oblivious to her plans. Turning back to the window, Zi crawled outside carefully, her green eyes shining brightly with the thought of adventure. // Closing the window quietly, Zi climbed down the large oak tree that was by her bedroom window. At a metre above the ground, she jumped, landing safely on the ground. // "I'm finally free," Zi whispered, before checking she was wearing her watch. Zi began to run down the street, not looking back. // Her first adventure was coming soon in a fantasy world of Disney dreams. / Sorry for any errors, etc but I can't read what I've written as I'm on a nintendo, so... yeah. /
When I first got my tamagotchi on Christmas morning, I was told I wasn't allowed to actually open it until we got back from my Grandmother's Christmas Brunch (a bit of a tradition) but I snuck it with me and just stared at it in the box. Without knowing, I started a tradition where I take my Tamagotchis (while actively using them) anywhere that is more than an hour from my house. I felt safe knowing I can take care of them when I need to, a pause them when busy. I took them to school, vacation, appointments, everywhere. I don't even remember leaving my house without my tamagotchis clipped to one of my belt loops or on a lanyard. My question/discussion is this : Where is the farthest place you've taken your tamagotchi, and a little story behind it. Mine is going to New York to see my cousins and I actually don't remember much of New York because I kept worrying if the cold weather might damage my tamagotchi or if it perhaps "felt" the cold.