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>A few days have gone by
>After she found you on the beach with your aunt Maud, Peppy kind of ran away, you have no idea where she went.
>She wasn't anywhere around when you and the others left the beach to go home.
>This all got you kinda worried, not only for yourself and your secret, but also for her, you're scared she might have done something stupid.
>But when you tried to call some of your friends, they all seemed to have news from her and apparently she's doing okay.
>However, they all seemed curious as to why she seemed to be so disturbed when they'd mention your name.
>Good, she apparently didn't tell anyone about what she saw.
>Monday finally came by and you had to go so school, yet again.
>You just -know- this is going to be a pain.
>Nothing very special happens, during the whole morning classes, just the usual lectures and lessons.
>However, comes lunch, Peppy walks up to you with a serious look on her face, cornering you in a quiet area and starting to talk quietly to you.
>"Anon', we have to talk, like, right now."
>You don't like the look on her face, nor the way she sounds.
>But you at least owe her a talk.
"Alright, fine, but can we not do that -here- and go somewhere else?"
>She frowns and nods, starting to walk towards the soccer field, heading behind the spectators' benchs and stopping there.
>No one's around, that's a good thing.
"Alright, what's up?"
>Peppy stops you right away.
>"Don't you even try to act casual. I've seen what happened at the beach and now everything makes sense. The way your mother looked at you when we were there, how she displays her affection without you even fighting it back..."
>You let out a slight sigh.
"Look, what's going on with my life lately... It's unusual, it's most likely not approved by society and, frankly, I don't care."
>She seems to be both sort of admirative to see you're able to stand for yourself, but also disgusted by the idea.
>"I don't know how I can keep all of that for myself."