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Isabelle and Jacob

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“Come on, it’s just after this tree!” Isabelle shouted excitedly, her pigtails bouncing with her energetic hopping. Jacob followed closely behind. “I saw it when you were home sick. It was getting dark, though, so I didn’t look inside.”

”How dilapidated is it?”

”Not very,” she replied, “it kind of slants to one side, but not very much.”

When they came upon the abandoned structure, Jacob saw that his friend was sugarcoating the danger. “This thing looks like it could fall at any moment!” he exclaimed.

”You think so? I think it’s got more strength than it looks. Come on!”

”I’ll go in with you, but we’re just staying by the doorway. I don’t want it to fall on us or anything.”

”Oh, come on! Just real quick. In and out.”

Jacob noticed Isabelle shifting her weight from foot to foot, squirming discreetly. “You gotta pee?”

She nodded. “I’ve had to since we left. I’m about to go behind that bush. Jacob, you have to go through the whole thing with me! It’ll be really fun!”

He sighed. “Fine, but we have to get out fast.”

”Awesome! Okay, be right back.”

”Wait,” he said, grabbing her shirt sleeve. “Don’t pee.”

”What?” she looked at him confused, “why?”

”To ensure that you aren’t going to keep me waiting to leave for forever.” Jacob knew of Isabelle’s small bladder. Oftentimes, as they explored, she’d take multiple breaks to relieve herself behind a tree or something. She would also hold it on purpose if they were ‘having too much fun,’ as she would put it when she ended up desperate or wet.

“I swear I won’t if you let me go. I really have to tinkle.”

You know I won’t leave without you and you’ll just keep on looking around,” he smirked, “I know you.”

She sighed, stepping in place a bit. “Fine, let’s go.”

They went inside. The place smelled of mildew and nature. The walls were overgrown with flora and the walls tilted forbodingly to one side. 

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