"Now I remember that you generously introduced me to Maimonides' thought. The little information I found made me think that it's somewhat fascinating and contains points worth of reflection. Nonetheless, it's not in my chords and I am not interested in further readings of his works at the moment."
I've ventured out of town before without any problem. I can't even tell mom about this, I know what she would say. Maybe I should of listened to them to not go out without a Pokemon, but I'm impatient, I haven't gotten my starter yet, I just turned 10, but I have to wait until they receive more Snivy's, they have the others, but I really wanted him.
The reason why they didn't have him, I heard from Mom, well at least, kinda heard from her.
Branches are catching my coat and slowing me down, and what I feel touching my legs seems to be doing it firmer and firmer, actually wrapping around me, but I break out of it.
Finally I breath a sigh of relief as I get out of the trees. I'm breathing heavily and sweat is pouring down my back. I feel the adrenaline pulsing through me.
I look back and see nothing, light is starting to stream through the trees and everything is peaceful. I laugh at my own paranoia, I haven't done that in years. I've walked confidently through there for awhile now and I can't help but wonder what got to me.
I shrug as a catch my breath, adjust my pack and start walking through the grass. The Professor and Mom's warning float through my mind. Don't go into the tall grass, you could get hurt it you don't have a Pokemon with you. ' I smile, they worry over nothing, that's when my foot catches on something and I trip...the end of the story look at the video above ↑ ↑ ↑