I have a lovely new garden, turns out spending all my time outdoors wasn't such a bad thing, afterall. However, the world has been glitching more. Marie wants to go talk to the old man to see if he's okay, and to ask if maybe he knows whats going on.
I would probably be more afraid of him, as my sister would always tell me "Stranger danger" once upon a time so far long ago, but now there want any strangers TO be afraid of. Besides, the old man had helped us when we were young, he didn't ever want to stay in the house.
I can see the guilt riddled in his eyes when he comes over every few months. I don't know where he goes when he isn't here.
But back to the world glitching thing, I don't know why it's happening. One time the world cracked in half, and my sister had to grab me before I fell in. Then it glitched right back to normal. I insist still I want to be outside, but Marie says it "worries her" when I'm outside for too long.
However, and I don't remember who even told me this, I argue with "sunshine is good for you. When it gets too much is the issue, a little bit is good but a lot of something good can be bad." she always gets even angrier when I say that, telling me to not repeat it again.
But jokes on her, I'm writing this outside right now!
We talked to the old man
He said he has no idea whats going on. Theres still a hint of guilt to his tone, though. So I think he has something to do with this, maybe?
Perhaps, but he also seemed just as sad and worried about it as we were.
That was what I thought, until he muttered "I'm sorry, it's all my…I'm sorry." and insisted on helping us figure out what's wrong. 'I'm sorry'? What does that mean in this context?
Sorry we're having issues, mayhap? I guess that's it. He cares about this place as much as we do.