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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Winter games (Part 3)

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It had been weeks of early morning practice for Ollie as he learned the art of figure skating. It wasn’t too strenuous on him, but he knew a lot of that was because his body was used to it. He knew he wouldn’t have been able to do any of this if it wasn’t for the years of training this body’s original owner had gone through. He had a bit of guilt for taking it all from her--even if it was not his fault.

Then one day at practice, a woman came up to him. He thought it odd  since very few people came to the rink that early. She told him that she was the original owner of his new body. He tried to apologize, but she stopped him. She wanted to thank him. She had thought about giving up figure skating after the Great Shift, but he had inspired her. If he could continue on with her body, she could continue on without her body. It was hard work training her new body to be able to pull off many of the moves, but she was getting better. She knew in a few more years, she could do it. She had the faith that she could. She hadn’t gotten the press like he had, but she didn’t care.

From that moment on, the two became instant friends.

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