Friday, March 18, 2016

Chapter Nine –How I Came to Be. (Part Dos)

Chapter Nine –Saving My Parents

       In continuation from my last blog, I will be telling you how I tried to save my parents. It was at the age of three where my parents were taken away from me. At the time, I didn't know where they were, who took them, or what will happen to them. All I knew during the time was that they went missing from their room in the Tree in the middle of the night. There were scratches all over the walls, the bed was a wreck, and the rooms were all a mess. It was a disastrous scene and heart-breaking to look at. When I first saw the room I fell to my knees in sadness, asking the Koala Gads "why me?", but I got over that fairly quickly. I put my big boy pants on and began my week long investigation.

       I first traveled to the deep dark depths of Eastern Australian rain forest. Wait, maybe it was actually the Northern. Southern? You know what, I just went into a forest on a whim. I really can't be bothered to remember right now. Anyway, I went there and couldn't find them. Oh well, I guess I have to travel to a different place now... So then, I went to the lakes of Australia. Why? Don't ask me. But this was no ordinary lake, this lake was PINK! Have you ever seen a PINK lake!? I hadn't until that moment! I was so confused and yet so fascinated at the sight of this great body of water! Anyway, the search must go on... I checked every corner of the round lake and came up with nothing. Since I couldn't swim, I just gazed over the waters and prayed they weren't in there. So, I gave up. I was a failure, as my parents had totally never told me. I decided to go back home to the Tree and  just live my days on as an orphan koala.

      After days of crawling back to the tree, I finally arrived back home. To my dismay, my parents were sitting right there. Apparently, things got pretty "wild" and they destroyed the house and then went out to celebrate. And unfortunately that's how I got my little brother. That's a story for another time. Goodbye!

This is my little brother and that's the lake.