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Blackberry Bun's Journal: Chapter 5
Quote:Chapter 5: Friendship Grows Once Again

I turned off the Time Monitor with a sigh, knowing that the accident caused by my carelessnes have made my very first friend forget everything about me. I then carefully put the post-overcharge Time Remote to the place where it belongs, "Danger, do not touch!" shelf. If only I have done this sooner, this accident would not have happened. But what's done is done, I had to start the friendship all over again.

It was already late-afternoon. The sun was setting, I had nothing to do at the moment, and no idea for a new invention. So I went towards "Unfinished Work" shelf, picked up an unfinished device, put it on my working table, and I started trying to finish the unfinished.

However, even after an hour, no progress was made at all. My mind always got off somewhere. So I just went to bed and slept, leaving the unfinished stay unfinished.

At the next day, I decided to walk around Strawberryland. "Who knows, I might be able to make friends for real this time," I thought. So I went out of my house, through all the journey until I was in the outfield again.

I went to the orange-shaped tree house, but no one was there. Then I tried the cake-shaped house, but there was nobody there as well. So was the same with the cookie house and the strawberry house. I wondered where everyone were at the moment, and kept going until I arrived in front of Huck's fort, which I didn't visit earlier.

"Watch out!" came a voice, which made me look behind. I saw Huck on his skateboard, which was speeding uncontrollably towards me. He tried to evade me and succeeded, in exchange of him crashing his fort's wall.

"Are you okay?" I asked. Then he stood up, looking unharmed.

"Yeah I guess," he replied. "Glad I had my helmet on," he continued. In my mind I agreed with him. His head collided with the wall. It could have been much worse if he didn't wear a helmet.

"Hmm... have we ever met before?" he asked. That made clear to me that the energy had really erased his memory about me.

"Practically yes, but can also be a no," I answered, which made him look confused.

"Anyway, I'm Huckleberry Pie, but you can call me Huck. What's your name?" He asked.

"Blackberry Bun," I replied. "Do you know where everybody else are?"

"Well, yesterday I found a letter in front of my fort saying that Strawberry Shortcake, Angel Cake, Orange Blossom, and Ginger Snap were going to have a festival of the fillies on Ice Cream Island. They wanted to take me along but I was not home. Strange, I don't remember why I wasn't home," He answered. Of course I knew why.

"Anyway, I have nothing to do at the moment. Do you mind if I come to your house?" He asked.

"You're always welcome," I replied, wondering why this time I didn't get struck by inconfidence like it usually used to be.

So both of us went to my house. When Huck got inside (I left the ladder not hidden) he looked around, seemed wondering about something.

"Have I been here before? This place look familiar," he said.

"Well, actually yes. But it's quite a long story," I replied, which made him look confused again. So I decided to tell him the events that happened yesterday.

After I finished telling him, he said, "So my memory about you got erased?" and scratched his head. I nodded.

"Well, I think... it makes sense," he said.

"It's up to you to believe it or not," I said with a pessimistic feeling.

"Of course I belive you. Friends trust each other," he said with his hands on my shoulders, and that made me relieved.

"By the way, what is that?" He asked while pointing to the unfinished work on my table.

"An unfinished work," I replied

"Why is it unfinished?"

"Because my mind always got off somewhere. It might be caused by my regret yesterday."

"But now I'm here to support you. Friends support each other."

I was convinced by his words and decided to start finishing the work. It took quite a while until it was finally finished when the sky was already dark. The end-result was a monitor with similar shape to the Time Monitor but with more buttons, and a small satellite.

"Finished!" I said with satisfaction.

"Great! So what does this device do?" He asked.

"With Eagle Eye we can see what's going on in any places," I replied while throwing the satellite out of a window. The satellite then flew away. "I now want to use this to see what everybody else is doing," I continued.

Through the monitor I controlled the satellite to fly to Ice Cream Island.
(To make a long story shorter, the two boys ended up witnessing the events on "Festival of The Fillies" episode starting from the moment Raven talks to the four girls until the moment they reunite with Honey Pie Pony)
"Phew, glad it ended well," He said, looking relieved. "For a short moment I felt upset because we could see what's happening but we couldn't do anything to help them"

"Me too," I replied, calling back the satellite, which soon entered through the window and landed gently on my table.

"Well, time to go home I think. It's already over bed time," he said. "And I can't wait to tell everyone that there's a new friend here."

"Thanks," I replied.

That night, I went to sleep in joy that I have succeeded for real, in making a friend.

--End of Chapter 5--
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1. Hurray for making friends!
2. Oh my gosh. You literally just skipped over things. :lol:

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