Ten Thousand Walks Part 64

Ten Thousand Walks

Act VII

Chapter 19: The Break

The next morning I woke up to find that she was gone. “Really lady really did you really run off in the middle of the night. Geez she must have a death wish or something but whatever she’s lucky I need her help.” I said talking to myself as I got up and stretched for a bit, I looked around to see which way had the best path for her to run along. “What! Where’s my carrier what the, did she steal it from me. Oh I‘m going to make her pay now; she’s going to regret this.” I said yelling out in anger.

Little did she know my carrier can only fly back to the city, or maybe that’s just what she wanted it to do. Either way it was headed to the city and I knew she couldn’t have left that long ago, and that she wouldn’t know how to fly it at full speed so I would be able to catch up to her.

Lucky thing I had a compass of sorts that pointed to the center of the city allowing me to always know the fastest way to the city. Well it wasn’t really all that lucky seeing that I had been carrying it around since I came to the city. The lucky part was it was in my pants pocket this time and not in my coat where I normally keep it. This would let me know the heading of the carrier seeing that it used the same compass to set its heading when it began flying back to the city. I flipped it open, and then found which direction I needed to go then I headed off as fast as I could, vanishing and repairing miles apart. Only stopping long enough to correct my path and I was off again in seconds.

It took me some time to catch up to her and by then I was completely exhausted. I was on the brick of falling over when I appeared on the carrier. Man I hate it when people run.” I said falling inside of the cockpit barely able to talk from how heavy I was breathing.

I took a few minutes to just sit and catch my breath, taking longer than I had expected to. I was more tired than I thought. As hard as my heart was beating I was glad that I wasn’t able to die. Which come to think of it I didn’t fully understand why I was or how it even worked. I mean there had to be some limit to what I could go through and what I couldn’t, my life must have an end at some point in time. “Why are you looking at me like that you pervert, I’m not meat, and I’m too young for you.” I heard her voice interrupting my thoughts. It was then that I realized that I was gazing at her and I didn’t even know her name.

“So what’s you name you little thief, it better be a nice one for you calling me a pervert missy.” I said to her before losing my breath once again. She just looked at me, as if she was trying to find a way to get away from me and not finding one. “Fine I’ll tell you my name, its Annabella, and I am not a little thief ok I didn’t try to steal this thing. It was just cold last night and I wanted a warm place to sleep so I got in here and when I work up it was in the air and heading somewhere it’s not my fault.” I just looked at her with a smile I was going to laugh but I was too out of breathe to do that. I’m sure my smile didn’t help with the whole pervert thing, which for some reason I didn’t want her calling me.

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