As I ran downstairs, the thing burst through the wall. I shouted something unintelligent at it, and went back inside. Shade was still sat in its feret for, looking rather sheepish. It muttered something about the invisible thing wanting the toilet. I ran my finger over its back, and chuckled, "Don't worry about it. That thing's company won't come in just two days. They would have to plan, and all that lot."
I went back up, cursing the invisible thing.I went into my room, seeing Jeremy throwing an electric ball out the window. I giggled, and entered. Jeremy jumped slightly, and turned round quickly. He blushed slightly, muttering to himself.