Hatchlings: Chapter 6

Aidey shrank into her seat a bit, and hoped nothing bad would happen. The male kept walking towards their table, and when he caught Aidey looking at him fearfully, eyed her throughly. Aidey shuddered, and sank even deeper into her seat. She looked at Dehious, but for some reason, he didn’t seem to be fazed by the bigger male, and was looking at him directly. The big male finally arrived at their table and stopped in front of them. He looked at Dehious and opened his mouth.

‘It’s been quite some time since I last saw you, Dehious!’ he said in a friendly way, surprising Aidey. ‘This your new lady friend? She seems frightened.’

Dehious turned looked at her, and saw Aidey sunk deep into her seat, looking frightened. He covered his mouth to stop himself from laughing, but failed. The bigger bronze male who approached them laughed as well, angering her a bit. ‘So you’re his friend, huh?’ Aidey said, in an angry matter. ‘Very nice of you, Dehious. I was actually afraid, if you didn’t notice, asshole.’ Aidey said hotly. Dehious stopped laughing, and looked at Aidey. ‘I’m sorry, Aidey.’ he said. Then he started laughing again. ‘But your face was so funny!’

Aidey glared at her boyfriend, who was in an uncontrolled laughter, and looked at the new guy who was also laughing. The whole bar was noisy once again, as dragons have gone back to their own businesses. The new dragon was bronze, and had a bigger and bulkier build than Dehious. But there were signs of muscles here and there, and Aidey knew that this dragon was not to be messed with. Finally, after a good five minutes, the two stopped laughing and the larger dragon looked at Aidey. ‘My Apologies.’ he said, and held out a talon. ‘I’m Sidney, one of Dehious’s friends. Sorry for scaring you.’

‘Aidey. And thank you for apologizing. You really did scare me.’ Aidey said, taking his talons and shaking it in a friendly fashion.

‘Again, I’m sorry.’ the big dragon called Sidney said. ‘I’m the owner of this bar. As this is the first time you came here and I did scare you, I’ll give you a drink for free. What do you want?’

‘Oh.’ Aidey said, surprised. She didn’t expect this much kindness from this dragon. ‘Guess I’ll have to stop judging dragon by their looks…’ she thought, and said ‘I’ll have beer, thank you.’

The dragon called Sidney turned to Dehious. ‘What about you? Beer as well?’

‘I can’t get a free drink too, can’t I?’ Dehious asked hopefully, earning a ‘seriously?’ look from Sidney. Aidey saw the look Sidney cast to Dehious, and laughed softly. The other two saw her laughing, and Sidney turned to Dehious again. ‘Ok. But just today. Just because you brought a lady friend.’

‘Oh thanks! I’ll give you a discount when you buy a car, I promise!’ Dehious said happily.

‘You ought to buy me a car with all the free drinks you drank…’ Sidney grumbled, and looked over to the counter, where a bartender was standing. ‘Yo, Umber!’ he shouted. ‘Two beer over here! And don’t record it! It’s my gift to these pair!’

The white dragon nodded, and walked over to the beer machine and began to prepare to glasses of beer. Aidey turned back to Dehious and Sidney, who were looking at the bartender and waiting for the drinks to arrive. ‘So, I guess you’re a frequent visitor here?’ she asked to Dehious. Sidney and Dehious turned around to her voice, and Dehious started to speak, but Sidney got him and talked to her first.

‘He’s not just a frequent visitor. He comes here as if he owns this place!’ Sidney exclaimed, glaring at Dehious.

‘Well, you make good beer, that’s why! Besides, I’m not causing any harm to your bar, am I?’ Dehious said, laughing slightly, trying to shake off the awkwardness of getting exposed of his drinking habits.

‘You wouldn’t if you didn’t ask for so much free beer.’ Sidney said, frowning a bit.

‘At least I pay you more than I caused you harm!’ Dehious said, slightly punching Sidney. Sidney just snorted, and turned back to Aidey. ‘Don’t learn from this guy.’ he said. ‘He has a very bad habit of getting what he wants for free.’ Dehious punched Sidney playfully again, and Sidney snorted, and locked his head between his front legs and chest, head locking him. ‘I’m sorry, I’m sorry!’ Dehious yelled, and punched at Sidney’s chest. ‘You’re still punching me, Dehious.’ Sidney said, and when Dehious finally stopped punching him, did he let him go.

Aidey laughed from the scene in front of her, and the other two looked at her. Sidney with his front legs crossed, and Dehious rubbing his head where it had been stuck. Then the drinks came out, and Sidney took the tray with beer on it and gave one of the glasses to her. ‘Here. Drink up.’ he said to Aidey. ‘I brewed this beer myself. It won’t taste bad. Probably.’

Looking at the brownish yellow liquid in front of her, Aidey put the glass to her lips and drank a sip from it. She was surprised by the taste, which was better than what she expected. In fact, it was better than anything she had drunk! And even the aftertaste was clean with nothing that stuck to her mouth. Beside her, between her and Dehious, Sidney looked at her expectantly. ‘Wow, this is great!’ Aidey said, happily. ‘It’s better than any beer that I drank in the past!’

‘Thank you for your compliment.’ Sidney said, smiling a bit. Aidey got a bit surprised when Sidney smiled, as she didn’t expect him to smile. Sidney saw this, and asked her what was wrong. ‘Anything wrong?’ he asked her.

‘No, no.’ Aidey said. ‘It’s just that I didn’t expect you to smile.’

‘Did I look that stiff?’ Sidney asked, cocking his head a bit. ‘I didn’t consider myself stiff, but maybe I am stiff..?’

‘Well, considering that I was scared of you the at first, I don’t think my judgment will be accurate. But smiling does make your face lighten up a bit.’ Aidey answered, and offered him a little smile. Sidney saw it, and smiled a little as well, and nodded a bit. ‘And on the matter,’ Aidey continued, looking at Dehious, who was greedily drinking his beer. ‘You should smile more as well, Dehious.’

Dehious got surprised at the sudden mention of him, and stopped drinking his beer. ‘What about me?’ He asked, wiping his mouth clean of foam.

‘You don’t smile a lot, Dehious. And you look stiff pretty much all the time. But smiling makes you seem less stiff, and it does feel a lot less stiff as well.’ Aidey said.

Dehious said ‘Hmph.’ and looked away, and it made Aidey a bit upset. But Sidney saw right through him, and poked Dehious. ‘Are you upset again, Dehious? Or are you pretending again?’

‘I am upset!’ Dehious said, and tried to maintain a straight face, but failed, as Sidney continued poking him. He laughed, and looked at Sidney. ‘You always look right through me, Sidney.’ he said, and expected Sidney to laugh with him. But Sidney had already looked over to Aidey, who was still kind of upset, and motioned Dehious over to Aidey. ‘Wha…?’ Dehious said as he looked over to Aidey, and saw that he had upset her. He quickly tried to undo what he’s done. ‘Hey, Aidey.’ he called, and Aidey turned and looked at him. Dehious saw that Aidey was unhappy, and mentally hit himself. ‘Hey, I was just joking around. Forgive me for upsetting you? I’m sorry.’ he said, hopefully. Aidey looked at Dehious straight in the eye, and said ‘So you weren’t upset?’ she asked, still a bit upset.

‘What? No! I wasn’t! I was just joking around. Again, I’m sorry.’ Dehious said, trying to suppress a laugh. Aidey saw Dehious laughing, and got a bit angry. So she got up from her seat, walked over to Dehious, and punched him hard on his front leg. ‘Ow! That hurt!’ Dehious yelled, while still trying to stifle his laugh. But then he saw Aidey, and instantly stopped laughing. ‘I guess I deserved it..?’ He said uncertainly, looking at Aidey’s angry face.

‘Damn right you deserved it!’ Aidey said, angrily. ‘I give you an advise and you joke around with it? Thanks, asshole!’

Dehious gulped. He had never seen Aidey so angry like that, as well as touchy. Maybe he shouldn’t have messed with her this way. ‘I’m seriously sorry, Aidey.’ Dehious said. ‘I didn’t know that you’ll take offence in that.’

Aidey snorted, turned around, and walked back to her seat. Dehious cringed inwards, as Aidey turned around again, expecting to see a angry face. But Aidey turned around with a smiley face, which confused Dehious. ‘Wha… Why are you happy all of a sudden? What? Why?’ Dehious asked, confused. Aidey laughed soundly, catching the attention of a few other dragons at other tables. ‘Got you, Dehious! Payback!’ she said, still laughing. While Dehious was confused for a second, Sidney got the meaning straight forwards, and laughed with Aidey. Dehious got the idea that Aidey tricked him a second later, and laughed with them as well. When they finally stopped laughing, Aidey held her glass of beer up. ‘Better not try to trick me, Dehious. I can see right through you.’ she said. ‘Anyways, Cheers.’

Dehious responded by clinking his glass of beer against Aidey’s and they both drank up. Sidney, deciding that it was time for him to get out of the way, told his friend and Aidey to have a good time and went back to his table where he was originally at. Aidey and Dehious didn’t try to fool each other anymore, and continued talking to each other, occasionally laughing and smiling at each other. Finally, after a few hours of laughing and talking and a lot of beer, the two got up from their seat.

‘Had a good time?’ Sidney asked when they went to pay for their drinks.

‘Yup.’ said Dehious, and ‘Yeah. Your beer’s great!’ said Aidey, smiling lightly at him. Sidney nodded his head lightly in thanks, and gave them a discount. The couple happily walked out of the bar, and Dehious walked over to his car, and unlocked it.

‘Wait!’ yelled Aidey, slightly shocked. ‘You’re not going to drive, aren’t you?’

‘Why?’ asked Dehious, a bit drunk. He had drunk a few glasses of beer, and was lightly drunk.

‘You’re drunk!’ said Aidey.

‘I’m not that drunk.’ replied Dehious. ‘I’m pretty sure I can still drive fine.’

‘What?!’ Exclaimed Aidey. Then she put on a stern face. ‘No, you’re not driving. I’m not letting you.’ she said sternly.

‘Oh, c’mon, Aidey.’ Dehious said, slurring a bit. ‘I’m not that drunk. Besides, I want to take you home.’

‘You’re not taking me home in that state.’ Aidey said, still sternly. ‘You could kill someone! Besides, I’m not riding in there if you drive. And if you do drive,’ Aidey added, ‘I’m breaking up with you. I don’t want a drunk driver as my boyfriend.’

Dehious slumped, and locked his car again. ‘Ok.’ he said defeated. ‘I’m not driving. Sorry.’

‘That’s not enough. Will you ever drink and drive?’ Aidey asked, still sternly.

‘Really?’ Dehious said, but when he saw Aidey in the face and saw that she was getting angry, for real this time, he quickly said ‘Ok, ok! I will never drink and drive.’

‘Swear it.’ Aidey said, still not happy.

‘Ok. I, Dehious, swear that I will never, ever drink and drive. That good?’

‘Yes. Now you won’t ever drink and drive, will you?’ Aidey asked, in a just little bit lighter tone.

‘No.’ Dehious said, looking at the ground. Then he added ‘Just a second.’ and walked back towards the bar.

‘Where are you going?’ Aidey asked, but Dehious didn’t reply, and walked into the bar. Through the window, Aidey could see Dehious handing Sidney something and talking for a while, then saw Dehious walk back out of the bar again. ‘What did you give him?’ Aidey asked.

‘My keys to the car.’ Dehious replied, looking at her. ‘Now I won’t drink and drive today, will I? I also asked to look after my car. This part of the city isn’t the nicest, you know.’

‘Oh. Ok.’ Aidey said. ‘Should I call a cab or an Uber?’

‘Umm… Why don’t we just fly?’ Dehious asked.

‘You sure you can fly?’ Aidey asked, to which Dehious nodded. ‘Then let’s go!’ Aidey said, and took off into the sky, and waited for Dehious to follow her. Dehious led the rest of the way, as Aidey didn’t know where to go, and a little while later, they were at Aidey’s house.

‘So, goodbye for today.’ Dehious said, in front of Aidey’s house.

‘Yeah. Have a good night.’ Aidey replied, and turned to open her door.

‘Aidey.’ Dehious called, and Aidey turned around to face him, but was instantly met with a kiss.

Dehious looked lovingly at Aidey after the short kiss, and said ‘Thanks for not letting me drive today, Aidey. Thanks a lot. That was kind of a test that I planned on you. Thanks for proving your worthiness to me.’

That shocked Aidey, which made her frozen for a second. She finally managed to say ‘That was a test?’ in a unbelieving way.

‘Yes, it was. I was really hoping you’ll pass it. I really liked you, and would’ve hated to lose you that way. Sorry for testing you without permission. But I had to know, Aidey. I had to know if my lover was a reliable and responsible dragon.’

‘I…I forgive you.’ Aidey finally said, after hearing all what Dehious said. She kind of felt betrayed, but considering what Dehious said, Aidey knew she had to forgive him.

The two stood in front of her house for a while, one processing what her lover had just said, and one hoping that he wouldn’t break their relationship, and finally, Aidey looked at Dehious in the eye. ‘I really do forgive you, Dehious.’ she said, then smiled a bit. ‘Can we kiss again?’

Dehious let out a breath that even he didn’t know he was holding. ‘Sure can do, my dear.

‘My dear?’

‘Yes, my dear. Now, shall we kiss?’

Aidey didn’t reply. Instead, she pulled Dehious into a tight hug and kissed him lovingly.

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Review of MetalsAndPebbles’ Be A Dragon Necklace.


So, this is my new necklace.

I bought it from here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/537109028/hand-forged-be-a-dragon-pendant-necklace?ref=hp_rv

I bought it on September, and it was delivered just yesterday, from the U.S. It took about 3 weeks to arrive, but it was holiday here in Korea, so if you count those days out, I guess it arrived in 2 weeks via post.

It is made of sterling silver 26 gauge, and is quite highly detailed as well as professionally made. Mine has the option of sterling silver chain as well, and I must say, it really looks good with the pendant itself.

It cost me 28 bucks, (Although 43 bucks included with post) but I must say, I didn’t expect this much quality from a necklace that only cost 28 bucks. It’s really high quality.

The customer service was exceptionally good as well. As the impatient person I am, I contacted the shop asking when my necklace would arrive. The seller was very kind, and answered my questions willingly. When I finally got the product and made a review and contacted the shop again, the seller responded within a few hours, thanking me again, and giving me a discount code. I didn’t expect a discount code, but hey, who knows? I might buy from this shop again.

So finally. What do I think of it and what are my points for it?

Well, again, I think it’s extremely high quality, and exceptionally good for it’s price. Do I recommend this product to anyone else? Hell yeah! I would recommend not only this product, but this whole shop to anyone who’s looking for accessories. And finally my points? Well, it would be a shame if I didn’t give this product and shop a 5 out of 5.

So yeah. This was my review of MetalsAndPebbles’ Hand Forged Be A Dragon Necklace. I obviously am very happy about my purchase, and might even buy another one from the shop. Thank you for reading, and if you enjoyed it, please Follow, Like, and Share!

Hatchlings: Chapter 5

‘What?’ Aidey asked, a bit stunned.

Dehious looked straight at her. ‘I said, do you like me?’

‘So does it mean you like me?’ Aidey asked back. Then she mentally slapped herself for not having a better reply.

Dehious cocked his head. ‘Yes..?’ he replied uncertainly. ‘But if you want us to be just friends, that’s ok.’ he quickly added. Dehious tried to maintain his poker face, but Aidey saw through it, and saw that Dehious was hurt. She mentally slapped herself again for causing Dehious pain.

‘No, no.’ Aidey said, quickly. ‘Don’t get me wrong. I like you as well.’

Dehious’s face lit up. ‘Really?’ he asked, happily. ‘Do you mean it?’

Aidey smiled. ‘Yeah, I mean it.’ she said. ‘What else would I mean, dummy?’ she added playfully.

‘Great!’ Dehious said, face lighting up considerably. ‘So… Lovers?’

‘Lovers.’ Aidey said, looking at Dehious, smiling. ‘I’ve liked you for quite some time now, Dehious. Thank you for bringing this along.’

‘Oh? Well, me as well. Glad that we both like each other!’ Dehious said. He looked more enthusiastic and happy than Aidey had ever seen him be. Aidey smiled, and looking at her, Dehious smiled as well. Then Dehious got out of the car, and walked towards her. He hugged her, and looked at her in the eyes. ‘Love you.’ he said, softly. Aidey laughed, and pulled Dehious into another hug. ‘Love you as well.’ she said, hugging him. Then they parted, and Dehious walked back to his car. He climbed into his Camaro, and looked through the opened passenger side window. ‘Goodbye for now.’ he said. ‘I’ll look forward to meeting you again next week! You’re available then, right?’

‘Sure am.’ Aidey said, smiling widely at him. ‘Goodbye! Safe driving!’

Dehious smiled, started the car, and his car soon rumbled away from her home. Aidey looked at the now her boyfriend’s car, and only when she couldn’t see it anymore, did she head towards her home.


Aidey opened the door to her office. ‘Hello.’ she said to her Jamie, her co-worker, nodding her head politely. Jamie looked up, and nodded their heads politely as well. Jamie wasn’t the best co-worker in the world, but he wasn’t the worst either. He was just an average dragon you could normally see on the streets. Aidey walked over to her desk, and sat down. There was already a stack of papers on her desk, waiting to be sorted out and organized. She picked up the one on the very top and looked at it, starting her work.

But Aidey’s mind was wandering elsewhere today. Even though she was looking at the paper gripped in her talons, her mind constantly went to Dehious. Now they were officially dates. And she was happy about that.

After flirting with each other for about a month, they were finally dates. Aidey hoped that everything would go well now. She quite liked Dehious, and from what she understood, Dehious liked her as well. She thought of his shiny black hide and how his face lit up when he laughed. She thought of his handsome face and his thin yet muscly body.

Finally, Aidey shook her head to get herself out of the train of thoughts, and once more looked at the piece of paper gripped in her talons. Time to work.


The ringing of her phone distracted Aidey from her work. She was almost done now, and was finishing up. She picked up her phone, and looked at the caller. It was Dehious. She quickly answered the call, ‘Hey.’ Dehious said through the phone.

‘Hey, I need to finish my work, and I’m almost finished. Sorry, but I’ll call you in a minute, ok?’ she said quickly, glancing at Jamie, who was shaking his head and going back to his work. ‘Umm…ok.’ Dehious said, and Aidey quickly ended the call. ‘Sorry.’ she said to Jamie, who was looking at her again questioningly. ‘It’s my date. Apparently he’s got something to say.’

‘Ooh. Congratulations! You got a date? Since when?’ said Jamie, putting down his work and looking at her.

‘Since the day before yesturday. But it’s been a while since I’ve known him.’ she said, picking up her work again. ‘So I’ve got to finish my work fast. And I’m almost done. You?’

‘Me as well. Hey. Hey, wanna check out together? I’m almost done as well.’

Aidey thought for a minute, then nodded, and the two went back to their work. Soon, the two were done, and checked out. Aidey phoned Dehious while Jamie walked beside her, heading for the exit. The phone rang a few times, then Dehious answered. ‘Hey.’ he said. ‘You done?’

‘Yup.’ she replied. ‘Why’d you call me?’

‘Can you go out tonight?’

‘Yeah. But why?’ Aidey asked, a bit confused. ‘We’ve met the day before last night. Anything up?’

‘No… nothing’s new. But I just want to see you, Aidey. It’s not wrong wanting to see my date, right?’

Aidey laughed softly into the phone, thinking he was being cute. ‘Ok. Where are you?’

‘At the moment? I’m right outside your work place.’

‘What? What if I said no to your request?’

‘Then the least I can do is to give you a ride home. I like driving anyways.’ Dehious said. ‘Anyways, come on out. I’ll be waiting outside the building.’

Aidey said yes, and quickened her pace a bit. Beside her, Jamie quickened his pace a bit as well. ‘Your boyfriend is here?’ he asked, looking at her.

‘Yup. He’s outside, with his car again. Care to say hello?’

‘Nah. I’m good. I’ll just wave him a talon. I’m sure he’ll understand.’

‘Well, your choice!’ she said, and looked in front of her. They were almost out of the building now. Soon, they were at the doors, and Aidey saw Dehious leaning against his car and waving at her. Jamie saw him, and said a quick goodbye to Aidey, and waved his talons at Dehious in a friendly way, who was looking at him in a weird way. Then he took off and heading to wherever he was headed to.

Aidey approached Dehious, and said hello. Dehious greeted her as well, and opened the passenger door for her. Then he entered his car as well.

‘Who was that?’ Dehious asked her as they pulled out from the parking space in front of the building.

‘That guy just now? He’s my co-worker.’ Aidey said, lightly. ‘Why?’

‘Oh. Seemed like a nice guy. That’s all.’ Dehious said, looking forward. But there was something edgy in his voice. Aidey noticed it, and decided to joke around a bit.

‘You’re not jealous are you?’ Aidey said, in a playful tone and poking Dehious a bit.

‘No. Why would I?’ Dehious asked, still looking at the road. But Aidey could tell that the edge that had been there had been smoothened a bit.

‘Yes you are! I can feel it!’ Aidey said, still in a playful tone and poking Dehious. Dehious smiled a bit, although he was trying to hide it, and Aidey knew she had gone through him. So she changed her tone a bit. ‘He and I are just co-workers, you know.’ she said. ‘There’s nothing between us except for friendliness, so don’t worry. He and I ain’t anything like you and me.’

‘Yeah. Sorry.’ Dehious said, glancing at Aidey for a second. ‘You know us males are possessive. But I shouldn’t have been unhappy from you just being with another male. He was just your friend. Anyways, I was thinking of going to a bar. I want to drink a bit. You up?’

‘But… tomorrow’s wednesday. Won’t gettng drunk affect tomorrow?’

‘Not if we don’t get too drunk.’ replied Dehious, smiling a bit and glancing at Aidey for a second. ‘Besides, it’s been some time since I last drank. And you said you liked drinking, so this seemed like a perfect opportunity. So, you up or not?’

‘I guess I’m in. But if I get too drunk, I’m blaming it on you!’ Aidey joked.

Dehious laughed soundly, and continued driving. Then he opened his mouth again. ‘If you don’t have any bar in mind, can we go to the bar I go?’

Aidey thought for a minute, and decided that it actually might not be a bad idea. She could use some change after all. ‘Alright.’ she said. ‘Drive us there.’

‘Thanks.’ Dehious said, and continued driving.

They eventually pulled up somewhere in the rural area of the city, in front of a bar she’s never seen before. The streets were a bit littered with trash and papers, and there were no street lamps nearby. It really looked like the back roads of the city. Aidey looked at Dehious uncertainly, who was unbuckling his seat belt and was getting ready to climb out of the car. Dehious noticed Aidey looking at him, and smiled slightly. ‘Don’t worry.’ he said. ‘It might look bad on the outside, but this is one of the best places I know.’ and climbed out of the car. Aidey unbuckled her seat belt as well and climbed out after him. Dehious climbed the stairs to the bar, and opened the door and Aidey followed him uncertainly. She had never been to this part of the city, and she didn’t like it here. It was way too dark and shady for her. Nevertheless, Aidey followed Dehious and entered the bar. The bar was full of dragons, and all of them were males. Dehious, unaware of Aidey’s discomfort, just walked into the crowd and sat down at an unclaimed table. Aidey quickly followed him, and sat down with him. Other dragons had stopped talking when they saw a female enter the bar, and was all staring at her. She shivered at the sudden silence and hoped nothing bad would happen. Then one of them got up and walked towards them.

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Making a custom laptop sticker for my Surface Pro.


Browsing through pictures and picking what I want…


Then getting a vinyl sheet and laying it flat. Mine was folded up, so…


Then printing my selected art from google and sticking it on the vinyl…


I cut the paper with the vinyl stuck beneath it.


I then cut all the insides of the dragon as I want the shape of the dragon to show.


THEN I stuck the dragon to my Surface Pro and stated to peel off the paper on top of the vinyl.


And… Done! It looks quite good, at least for my first attempt. Now the back of my Surface doesn’t look so bold and boring. Haha! Success!

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I failed.

I know it’s only been a few hours since I posted I quit smoking.

I failed.

I failed miserably.

I wanted smokes so badly.

My hands were shaking, and my breath quickened. I couldn’t think straight, and the only thing that I could think of was cigarettes.

Why the hell did I even start smoking?

It’s only been a few months since I started smoking. But the effects are stong as fuck.

I shouldn’t have started smoking. I shouldn’t have.

To anyone who’s looking at this article, please, Please, don’t smoke. You can’t quit.

I hate this. I want to cry.

I want to quit smoking, but I can’t.

I know I need to try harder, but will it be enough?

I’m quitting smoking.

Smokes are way too pricy. $4.5 per pack. And I smoke two packs a week. That means $36 per month. And I only get $50 per month as my allowance. Not to mention my health has gone down a notch as well.

So yeah. I’m quitting.

Not right now, but from tomorrow. I have 5 cigarettes left. I’m probably going to smoke them all today, so tomorrow’s the day I quit smoking.

Hopefully it goes well.

One Last Flight.

Envlin had been flying. She loved flying. The wind rustling against her scales, the speed she traveled at. The feeling was unmatched by nothing else. It was something she could only get by flying. With a cry, she dived down from the skies towards the ground. The speed got higher and higher, and just when she was about to hit the ground, she opened her wings and shot back up. She thought she could do this forever.

She thought it would last forever.

But she couldn’t. Things went downhill quickly as she was diagnosed with Winaolis, a disease which starts from one’s wings and spreads down to one’s insides. It was considered rare yet deadly disease, as it cannot be cured if it was in the later stages and it was hard to detect in the early stages.

She was at first devastated when she found out that she had Winaolis. The disease was already at an irreversible state, and the doctor said that she could only live a few months now. She was so shocked that she couldn’t even cry. She had a hard time just understanding what the doctor said.

But now, Envlin was done with lying down on the bed. She was done with the doctor shaking his head whenever she examined her. She wanted wind back under her wings. She wanted to fly. She wanted freedom. If she was going to die, fine. But she wasn’t going to die like this. She wasn’t going to die on the hospital bed, clinging on the hope that she might miraculously make a recovery. No. She had seen enough of those through her life, and she didn’t want to end her life like that.

So Envlin set up a plan. She was going to escape the hospital.

She was going to escape the hospital, and do whatever she wanted to do for the rest of her life, not caring about how much was left.

So she did just that. She escaped at night, when no one was looking, and set her plan to work. She went to the beach, enjoyed the sunset, partied with strangers, and drank until she passed out. She flew and flew, and traveled to wherever the wind took her. She took pictures, bought souvenirs, and talked with residents there. Finally, after her trip, she went to her parents, told them she loved them, and hugged them, saying that she had always did. Her parents didn’t yet get the news of her being sick, and replied by saying that they loved her as well.

Envlin was now at her home, typing on her laptop, writing her travel blog. This was going to be one of her last blogs. She could feel the pain rising up from her insides. It had gotten worse in the last few weeks. She didn’t have long now.

Envlin finished typing on her laptop and uploaded her post. The pain was stronger than ever. And she had one last thing she wanted to do. And it was now or never. The pain was going to get stronger, and if it got stronger, she was never going to be able to do it. So Envlin quickly wrote a note before she left the house.

‘Dear Mom and Dad.

I’m sorry for leaving you like this and not telling you the truth. I have been diagnosed with Winaolis. It was already too late when the doctors found it. I’ve gone to do what I want to do lastly in my life. Flying. And it’ll probably be too late when you find this note. But don’t be sad.

It’s been good being a daughter to you, mom and dad. And I hope you have a happy life together. I’m sorry for not telling you the truth, but I didn’t want you to worry about me, and I wanted to do what I’ve always wanted to do.

I will love you forever and ever. I will miss you. But don’t be sad. I’ve gone to the other side doing what I want to do. And I don’t regret it. And I’m not sad either.

So don’t be sad, mom, and dad.

Please don’t. Again, I will always love you.

Love, Envlin.’

With that, Envlin put the note on the counter of her home and went out. She flapped her now weakened wings, and took off into the sky.

This was going to be the last flight of her life.

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