14th Apr 2012
14th Apr 2012
Fed up with having all her life's decisions being made for her, Octavia makes a big one of her own. As she works towards the future she wants, she encounters many more choices with answers not so simple.
Hopefully a more original take on the characterizations of these two wonderful background ponies.
A filly forced to mature before her time, Scootaloo finds many challenges that a pony her age should never have to face alone. She discovers fear, loneliness, sorrow, happiness, and even love in places she never thought possible. Through her diary, her young life is unveiled.
*** This is not a rewrite, nor is it related in any way to the original.
There was only one explanation. For all of it. All of the strange, erratic behavior. Her irrational fear of the sun. Her nocturnal habits of locking herself in in the dark and closing all the blinds. Wearing her sunglasses everywhere, even inside! It was time to invest in some silver, garlic, and a wooden stake.
Distance can drive us apart. It can also bring us closer together.
After all is said and done, and the ponies have gone their separate ways, the only way they have to keep in touch is through letters.
PhantomFox told me to upload this here, so here I am. Original Equestria Daily post is here: http://www.equestriadaily.com/2012/02/story-yours-truly.html
Over their lives, Pipsqueak and Dinky have some crucial realizations that help them move on from their past and accept the future.
Three chapters, three stages in their lives.
Sequel to Pirates For A Day.
If you read the first story and loved it for the lack of shipping and pure childlike innocence, then I urge you not to taint the memory by reading this sequel. Pipsqueak and Dinky are shipped together, unlike the original.