...sion and grunted: "You never listen to me anymore, Sunny.
You refuse to play with me as well." The boy looked worried
then. "What's wrong, Sunni? It's like you aren't really here
most of the time."A soft
sigh escaped from Sunny as she leaned down on her bed. It was true
that she was often captured in her own little world, surrounded by
things and people only she could see. The thing was, she was feeling
smothered. Things rarely changed in the Glen; never did, actually.
And it was driving her crazy. The only other young Gummi in the Glen
was Cubbi and he was many years behind Sunni in growing up. That was
why Sunni decided not to discuss her problem with the smaller bear.
Because Cubbi could not understand that she wanted to meet other
Gummies, and why not other creatures as well. She wanted to leave the
secluded home she had grown up in and find her own life, her destiny.
She wanted to stand on her own two feet. In short, she wanted to be
sorry, Cubbi", Sunni said with a small smile. "I'm alright,
really." She sat up again and faced the cub sitting on the foot
end of her bed. "How about you start from the beginning again. I
promise to pay more attention this time around.""Okay", Cubbi said, finally uncrossing his arms and
relaxing somewhat. "I said that I don't think those Creatures
are all that...