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[Locked to Zoe, Martha, the Doctor, Des]

...So, um. I don't think any of you were firstborn or anything. But I had...

It was sorta like in the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, I guess. I had this whole life, and then I came back to being 14 again. Might be 15 by now. I... really don't know. I mean, a whole life. I guess it was like a dream, where lots of time can pass in the story while in the real world it's only a few minutes, but...

I don't even know what the point of this is. Just that... well, I was old. And now I'm 14 again. And I'm a little whiplashed. It was so real.
[backdated to Sunday evening]

oh my god.

No one's answering the phone. Where ARE you guys? I thought I saw Devon on the telly but it was so fast and there was blood and a dinosaur and all sorts of screaming.

Mum? Are you all right?
Um... so apparently it's your birthday today?

And I know I really should've said all this back last month, but I didn't really... I was sort of busy, y'know? With Zoe. And I didn't really think about it. But... I've been here almost a year. And you've taken really good care of me and everything. (...I've probably already turned 15, haven't I? Blimey...) You make sure I'm okay, and you cook for us, and you're always there if anyone needs you, and... you're a lot more like my dad back home than anything. My friend, but you take care of me, too.

Um. So, I just wanted to say thank you. I don't have a present for you, but you're out of the house, so I cleaned the kitchen up a bit, and made sure Devon took a bath, 'cause Miss Donna's busy with Melissa and Devon went outside and got all muddy, and I cleaned up the mud. So that's sort of your birthday present.

Happy birthday, Mum.

[Locked to Martha and Des]

Um, there's a barrister who's trying to get the CLF put away somehow, and she wanted to know about when they killed Zoe's sister, and she wants somebody to come with me to see her at her office or meet in the library.

Can one of you come with me? I'd ask Miss Donna 'cause she's kind of scary, but she's really busy with the kids, so I didn't want to bother her.

[Locked to Zoe]

It's been quiet, and I'm bored out of my mind. SNEAK OUT AND COME TO THE MALL WITH ME! :D Water Tower Place, it'll be fun, I've got a little money and want to buy a new dress or something, to go with my coat. PLEEEEEEASE? ::puppy eyes:: You're my bestest best friend and it just won't be the same without you!

[Locked to Zoe]


I don't have money or a ride or anything, but I'M FREE! And I have a coat that has pockets that are bigger on the inside and something called a sonic screwdriver and some really cool puzzles and things.

SO! I don't know if there's really anything we can do since I don't have money but STILL! FREEDOM! And I don't have any homework due until FRIDAY!

I know it's the middle of the week, but maybe we could do something?

[Public - she forgot to lock it]

homework for friday

read next 2 chap on war of the roses
2 pg paper on events leading to war

start research paper on animal of choice
-mating/family groups

pgs 135-138, ex. 1-3, 5

read 2 cantos of Inferno

translate 5 pgs beginners text

[Locked to anyone under the age of 18]

Um. So.

I guess I'm just trying to get a feel for how many kids there are here.

My name's Maria, I'm 14 years old, and I'm... from London in another world.

Who are all of you? Where do you go to school? DO you go to school? What do you do for fun around here? Would anyone want to spring for bus fare and money for tickets so we can see a film?


September 4, 2008

I had to check the calendar in the kitchen for the date. It feels weird.

...So I woke up and this journal that had my name on it was on my nightstand. If Mr. Smith (the man I met last night, not Sarah Jane's supercomputer) left it here, that was sweet, but a bit creepy.

Whatever. I guess it'll be good to have a diary here. Since I just... tried to go to Sarah Jane's for tea and ended up locked in someone's fireplace, in a totally different world. And Chicago. Couldn't it at least have been London? That's familiar. Less intimidating.

On the bright side, I won't have to take that maths test tomorrow. I wasn't going to do well on it. Seriously, why did my dad make me take summer classes? It wasn't as if I'd failed maths and history last year.

I miss home.