This round of litter sales have been either sold, given to the Shattered Summit Orphanage, or kept
Morning FestivitiesChaucer snuggled in deeper to the pillow next to Eustice. The heavy curtains kept out all of the morning light that threatened to invade the quiet room. He wasn’t actually asleep, just pretending and not wanting to get up. Eustice had kept a habit of staying up far too late and enjoying sleeping in early. Chaucer sighed enjoying his laziness.Morning Festivities by Bards-Tale
It was all interrupted, though, as a thundering storm of little paws and yipping of excitement rang up and down the hallway. The double wide bedroom doors swung open as a hoard of little fluffy pokemon came stampeding through and up on Eustice’s bed. He squinted his eyes as Cinnamon the Fennekin licked at his face while Jasmine and Ginger took turns pouncing next to Chaucer to get him up.
“You all are crazy!” he barked at them, snapping the air near them hoping to deter the girls away.
“How can you sleep! Today is the start of the Star Festival!” Jasmine barked as she tugged on his ear.
“Get up! Get Up! We
Not Dinner Today!“Watch Out!” a sharp cry rang out through the streets of Skyheaven. A large paper lantern fell down to the ground from two stories up. There was barely enough time for Shi-quan to step out of the way. He looked up to the sky with an annoyed look. A pidgey hovered above him with a very awkward smile on her face.Not Dinner Today! by Bards-Tale
“Sorry, Shi, it just kinda slipped.” It was obvious that she was fairly embarrassed over the situation. Shi-quan picked up the lantern and looked it over. Deciding it was still ok he stood up on his hind legs to hand it back over to the pidgey’s talons.
“Just be a little more careful, Bonzai. Bishop asked us to come out here to help the city guard prepare the city for the Festival! We don’t want to come back early because they kick us out for clumsiness.”
Bonzai took the lantern back in her talons and, carefully this time, flew up to the rope with a hook waiting for it. “I know, I know.” She said with an eye roll