Blue Moon

New werewolves learning how to live

My day is usually the same everyday.

Wake up, breakfast, call of duty, lunch, halo, dinner, fall out 3, sleep, repeat. Call it lazy, call it sluggish, but I have the best day plan in the world. And there's only one thing that ever changes it.

Apple fritters.

I love apple fritters, I desire apple fritters, I need apple fritters, and nowadays that's the only reason I ever have to leave my house. Put the game on pause, walk one block and go to seven eleven. It's that simple.

Of course if it was that simple this story would be alot more boring.

I left the house and began walking. I didn't care that it was windy. I didn't care that it was raining. However, I did walk a bit faster when the thunder and lightning started. I knew that it was unsafe to walk near power lines, and for that matter unsafe to walk outside during a thunder storm. But once again, I needed my donuts, so I took the way through the park.

The storm was getting colder and colder, wetter and wetter. I couldn't take it anymore so I hid under the slide. Believe me, it helped alot. I was still cold but at least I couldn't get any wetter.

Then I saw it. A strange looking creature in the bushes. I was immediately intrigued, so I forgot about the storm and ran after it. When I got to where I saw it, it was gone. I looked left and right, and saw nothing, so I turned to leave. And there it was. It was my height but it was crouching a bit so it could've been way taller, it was black, hairy, and had bright red eyes. If instincts have taught me anything, it's that fighting with animals usually gets people injured or killed, so I ran as fast as I could.

It wasn't nearly fast enough, either my fear or the years of apple fritters that made me slow, but the animal caught me, and bit my calf. I forgot about the dangers of fighting animals and punched it in the face, surprisingly, it ran away. I lost my appetite and ran home so I could get a few bandaids.

My name is Jason Ricker, and my life changed on this day.

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