Whew! This was one busy week in Narnia! I was rushed off my feet nearly every single day! But I still found time for a trip outside as well as time to scare away another one. Find out who (and who replaced them) on the next page!
This week, for some reason, everybody wanted packages delivered. Carmen, Curly, and... um, someone else. Can't remember. I lost track of all the dang errands I was doing. And nobody ever really likes the present they're given, so I have to be all "Oh, no, they loved it!" when I report back that I completed the delivery. I don't want to lie, but I also don't want to hurt anybody's feelings. So I have to.
Speaking of hurting people's feelings, I'm starting to think that I should be saving these letters so I can someday show my dad what a total bitch mom is! Seriously!
Like I said last week, it's hard for me to remember to go back and give more medicine to my sick friends, but I did manage to remember to visit Poncho once or twice more with additional doses of whatever Nook is selling in that little paper bag... It's kind of suspicious when you think about it. It's not like he's a doctor or even a pharmacy... Anyway, Poncho was feeling much better later on, but since I had spaced by that point and didn't go back to check on him, he didn't thank me in person. He sent me a letter with a little present to express his gratitude. I'd tell you what he sent me as a thank-you gift, but I didn't write it down and it was so lame that I can't remember what it was. Boy am I ungrateful!
I left town this week to visit my friend Bucky in Kilville, but when I showed up, he was just standing there like a zombie. He left his gates open, and wasn't around to say hi. I could've done anything to him or his town and he couldn't have stopped me!
Of course, I played nice. I wouldn't want anyone visiting my town and tearing up flowers and chopping down trees, so I certainly wouldn't do that in his town. I said hi to some of his neighbors and visited the houses to see if I could figure out which one was his. All four were occupied, but they all had that "I'm just starting out" vibe. I mean, unless he's purposefully going for that Guantanamo Bay style...
No kidding Carmen thought about it for a while. It had been so long since she'd said she was thinking about moving and then I'd helped deliver her package, so I naturally assumed she'd changed her mind. Guess I forgot what happens when you assume...
Oddly, it was barely any time at all before someone new moved in to take Carmen's place. And she literally did take her place. Gabi's house is in the exact same spot where Carmen's was. I almost thought Carmen hadn't moved away after all when the house reappeared, but when I went inside, I realized it was a different one. But it's in the same place, with another bunny inside. Oh my God, what if Gabi totally Single White Bunnied Carmen? (Although they look nothing alike...)
This might be my favorite Pascal-ism ever. EVER. Seriously, this one just cracks me up.