The Curse of Time: Chapter 7
September 3, 2013
Ugh, I hate my brother so much!
Okay, so maybe I don’t hate him. But I’m not majorly eager to love him right now either.
After all, he is going crazy. Isn’t he?
I’m so confused right now. Bubble realities and pocket realities, all of this is making my head spin. Or maybe what upsets me the most is that it’s really not. I mean, sometimes my head starts spinning and I don’t have a clue what’s going on, but most of the time I’m not really too shocked by all of this. Sometimes I feel like I’ve been waiting for this. You know, that feeling you get when you fell like someone warned you about something, but you didn’t listen, and now it’s happening but you expect it.
It probably doesn’t help that mom and dad aren’t too happy with me for putting Aaron in the hospital. I didn’t tell them about the time travel thing. It’s not that I don’t trust them, it’s just that I don’t want to freak them out over something that may not even be a big deal. I mean, there’re alternate realities and time travel exists. So? It’s not like I have any reason to use any of it. Besides, the only thing that would possible affect me in any way would be time travel, and supposedly no one even knows how to get to that, much less use it. So what would I do? And why is Aaron treating this like some major discovery?
Sure, there may now be proof of time travel, but like I said- so what? We can’t even get to it. According to Cameron, we couldn’t get near it even if we found where it was. And if we tried to find it, we would more than likely get lost in the constantly moving reality flares. So what’s the big deal?
I did apologize to Cameron. I didn’t really mean to hit him so hard. He’s still being a jerk though. Okay, so he’s a bit nicer and more like a brother who’s always teasing me, but he’s still a jerk. I mean, all I did was apologize! Then he has to go ruining it all by talking on and on and on about how hard I hit him and how I could probably get even stronger with practice. WHY CAN”T HE JUST LET IT GO!