This day has finally come! I can’t believe that I fell asleep a child and woke up an adult. I stood up from my bed and run downstairs. Good thing we didn’t invite any red bloods other wise I would have to shower.
Kogan says that it’s ok for me to smell natural today. Just like every day. He told me that it would come in handy for a special event tonight. It was something I have been told about in family planning class I have to take this year. But, that’s not the most important event of today. What is important is that I am 90 years old, and can finally move in with my boyfriend. Before today I couldn’t even look for apartments.
During breakfast my whole family congratulated me. Kogan sang “Happy Birthday” and gave me a diamond diadem. Nonta gave me a hug and gifted me a pair of leggings. That was followed by big very filling breakfast of pancakes, nut paste and berries.
Then I greeted the guests, 22 Nadzimas and 5 Dzimanga children. My whole class came here to congratulate me. Together we went downstairs to play some games. I turned on the screen on one of the walls. I suddenly had many more options than I did yesterday. Toni told me that’s because, I am an adult now. He also told me that, the adult games won’t play with kids in the audience.
I decided to check out the new movies on my own.I have turned on “Glory of Valor” and the room transformed itself into the desert battlefield. We got ourselves some weapons and proceeded to fight against the army of monsters. Hands, legs and other body appendages flew into the air as we utilized our oak-germanium swords.
Three hours later we all were out of the game. That’s what happens if the monster kills you. My boyfriend Ikas fell on top of me, when I was too busy climbing a rock. That caused us to die in the game, and wake up lying on the floor.
“Game Over” was heard all over the room. It was time to have celebratory lunch. During lunch,I and Ikas started to talk about our lives. He told me that he was accepted to the Microbiology program of the Sakuradzima Nua university.
In turn I informed everyone that I am going there for a Masters in Forest management. There was a round of applause. I was joining the family business, it was the only path to go.
When I had my fill of food and congratulations, I guided Ikas outside. We took our bikes and rode around the city. Others followed suit. I was fully dressed, with obligatory white gloves. I don’t want father to pay anymore fines for that.
We rode around lake Miranda and then through our forest properties. Then a quick ride home via Gagarin boulevard.
After that Ikas and I had our special thing.