Arnie jumped, startled that anyone could be this close to her. Normally Borrowers are hard to sneak up on, but this time she was caught fully unaware. Turning around quickly she looked everywhere but did not see anyone. "Who said that?" she asked. "I did" was the response again from behind her. Turning around slowly this time, the owner of the voice did not hide. It was the blue Wysp!
"Why is that? I thought the Goodies will speak to anyone?" answered Arnie even though she knew the Wysp had to be up to some kind of mischief again. "And why am I even wasting my time talking to you? You just want to trick me again."
Normally the Wysp would be thinking of another way to trick the Borrower, but this time she was way madder at how she had been magically frozen and forced to answer that stupid troll's (Dulbbe) questions in the tunnel. "I am trying to make it up to you," she sweetly told Arnie with a smile.
"Then tell me why the Goodies won't see me without making an appointment with you?" asked Arnie.
"They are very busy and by the way, it is because you are also going the wrong way. That would really mess up my schedule book by the time you figured that out," replied the Wysp. "They live on the other side of the forest." Realizing that the Wysp might be right (grudgedly she had to admit that she didn't know exactly where the Goodies lived). Leave it it to Squirrely to not know his right from his left or up from down when he sketched her this map. After all, he was a little nutty and only good for knowing where he hid his winter stashes of tasty nuts. Arnie decided that if she must, then she might as well take another chance with the Wysp.
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