When he looked back up, he realized he was lost. One moment he's walking by an ice cream shop, the next he's in an alley. It wasn't that he was scared of what might happen when he was alone. On the contrary, he enjoyed solitude, at home or not. He was bothered because the alley was kinda dark, and for reasons Alex never fully understood he had an aversion to the dark. It reminded him slightly of the heartless, but you know, less big on trying to consume living hearts. This place, to him at least, was like a maze. Leave it to me to get lost like this.
Honestly, he didn't understand why Tarsi insisted on sending him to find something like this on his own. She knew better, but its also possible that it was just that important. That made this whole situation worse for Alexander-- he really didn't want to make Tarsi angry. For lack of a better word, she was quite assertive. He kept wondering, always coming back to the same alley. After about an hour, he had had enough. "DAMN IT," he called. "WHERE IS THE STUPID STORE!?"
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The future is not fair to the past because by definition it has already surpassed it.
"There was a sickness."