As Arnie continued her walked to the Goodies cottage with the (mischievous) Wysp, (studious) Dulbbe, and (questionable) Drat, all the while the Wysp talking about some of the tricks it had pulled on others, Arnie wondered if this was what it was felt like to hang out with friends. As this was just too deep of a thought for her to ponder on for long, thankfully her thoughts were soon interrupted when they passed a stand of trees and saw the cottage they had been seeking.
The owner of this tablet had been gone for so long and since the tablet had been left alone in a cave, untouched for eons, it was a find she could tell herself was all hers. What bothered her the most was that this feeling of 'owning' something was a new feeling for her as Borrowers are quick to trade whatever they have "borrowed".
As she again approached the cottage door, it slowly opened and she heard a voice calling "Come in, my Dear." Hesitating again at the threshold, she finally told herself "Quit being a scaredy-mouse and see what's inside" - so she entered the cottage and quickly forgot about losing her tablet as she started wondering what she might find hidden here (as every true borrower does).
"Well, don't just stand there with the door open. Close it behind you Arnie," the voice said. Quickly scanning the room, with her eyes darting from each wonderous and intriguing delight, Arnie was fast making her lists of "What was worth borrowing, where were all of the exits, and if there was anyone there (it would not do to have a witness) were always the rules of a Borrower's first priorities. This time, the last priority of the Borrower's short list was Arnie's first thought. "Who was there in the cottage with her?"
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