"Huh. This is acctually kind of nice." I said. Dakota looked quite uncomfortable. I smiled.
"It's been a long time since you've had any sort of home, isn't it? Well, I think we are pretty lucky. I'm going to go out for a walk. I want to know more about the area. If there are more alliteration children around here, I want to be able to find them. Anyone else up for it?"
I heard murmured yes's all around. It was good to be the oldest. I was about to open the door, when I decided against it. I looked out the window. It was raining, hard. And it was nearly night. I went to my bed, and sat down on it. I kicked my boots off, and stared at the ceiling.
I felt like the day had been too long. I needed to think, for once. It seemed that none of us had any family left. All of us, I think. I struggled to retain a grip on my thoughts, but slowly they faded, and I was asleep.