As a summary, I went to church this morning and had breakfast with my grandparents.
And having talked to my Muse last night, she shared with me her concerns. She was concerned about being way taller than me. I told her that it didn’t matter to me at all. Who cares if I can fit in the palm of her hand? These transformations are part of who she is, and I totally understand this. Whether she’s 4 foot 9, 1000 feet, or taller, I won’t think any less of her. Having told her all this she feels a little better…
Muse: Kyle, I’m taller again. I’m about 10 foot 5 inches now.
You’re taller again? Remember what we talked about last night.
Muse: I know. I just feel strange. Everyone around me is at their normal size, and I’m the giant.
But you have your own private realm now, don’t you? Even if you were to grow enormous, it wouldn’t effect your neighbors, right?
Muse: I know, but how can I visit any of them? I can barely visit them now. How will I be able to visit them when I’m huge? I would be terrorizing their neighborhood…
I see. And you can’t change your size back to normal with this transformation cycle, if I’m correct.
Muse: You are. I’ve tried several times to change to normal size, but I’m still that same size for the day.
Just hang in there. For this cycle, you might just have to ride it out. You couldn’t control your aging when you were a baby, right? This will be the same thing, only it will be with your size instead.
Muse: But it didn’t matter when I was a baby! I am an adult, fully aware of what’s going on! Anyway, I’m going back to my house.
*Muse vanishes in a beam of light*
I can see her frustration. A giant would have trouble visiting her neighbors. I’ll talk to Remedy about this. I’m sure that he already knows.
Anyway, time to enjoy this day.
Today’s high is going to be 84 degrees and the silver lining is having this day off.
To those of you who are enjoying this Sunday, I hope that you all have a fantastic day.
Muse: The only good thing about this is that it only happens once a day. Imagine it happening every second! I don’t think that I could stand it…