You once promised to take me to Dufan on work day, so it wouldn’t be too crowded.
You once promised it’d be just the two of us and we would spend the whole the day there. 340 more words
…I am moved to peevish comment.
People, don’t use “as” to string clauses together when you’re narrating action. Save “as” for linking together actions which are simultaneous or nearly so, and are directly related – “He leaped aboard the train as it pulled away from the platform’’ or “As he wandered about the room, he absent-mindedly rearranged all the knick-knacks and framed photographs.” That sort of thing. 110 more words
As far as I know, Enju-chan probably never met her parents. Childbirth cannot exactly be safe when infected, however lightly, with the Gastrea virus. Still, I would like to believe that Enju’s name did come from her parents, a parting gift for the child about to face the hardships of a post-apocalyptic world all on her own. 433 more words