Friend codes to be domed later.
Friends, however, are to many to count.
Though if you're truly one of my besties, you stay active for more then a few months.
Don't worry, I wont forget you. :)
I never will.
Chapter one: Backstory
In the new world, there is no war. The continents are all under one nation. It's nice if you think about it. One language, one goal. It moves the planet forward- but what are people trying to accomplish? Tally Goldenacre has been wondering this for years. World Peace?, she thought. They've accomplished that. Tally is a fresh young mind ready to take on the reins of the world soon. Yet Tally is still trying to figure out what is the reason people get by on a day-to-day basis.
There is no war, drugs, nothing dangerous- so what is there? Medical science, business incorporation's, restaurants . . . But the human race no longer has a reason to move forward, nothing to beat- to overcome. They've created a perfect society. Essentially, anyways.
In this world, newborn babies are separated from their parents almost immediately after birth. They're flown out to what use to be Australia, and put in a nursery. Up until age three, human caretakers raise either female or male children by the thousands in separated buildings. However, on their third birthday, the children are brought over to another section of the continent, one with lots of open space and freedom. Still separated by gender, they roam the land, going from boundary to boundary, using and developing their imagination. After age 5, they start schooling. Each individual grade&gender are then separated into academies where they learn the basic skill necessities of life. Science, mathematics, the world's history, and literature arts. Each group of either males or females of a certain age then travels and sticks together. They share a dorm in their school (which only one grade inhabits), eat meals together, and basically grow up together. Groups like Tally's are special, though. The girls all mean the world to one another.
Then there's middle school. There, all the females of the grade join together on one campus, along with the other girls in grades six, seven, and eight. Originally, there was three different groups of girls in Tally's grade, but they all meet in middle school and get to know one another. Same with the males of society. Middle school introduces other skills and talent-oppertunities, like the arts, both preforming and still, culinary masterpieces, and then some. However, it all changes in high school. In high school, the females and males are brought together.
Not to mention high school grants the most freedom. Every student is required several attended hours each day, all year, excluding weekend. Not so difficult, right? Each original group is placed into a house, females on one half of the campus, males on the other half.
Then there's the classes.
Each major job opportunity has it's own building. Business, agriculture, science, mathematics, health, all sorts of arts, culinary cooking, design work, and much more. Each class is an hour long, run by a robot. Let me make myself clear- you're expected to be in school at least seven hours a day. However, each student is granted thirty days off, and must complete one thousand, six hundred and ten hours per year. Meaning, a student could do five hours of school one day, and nine the following day to make up for being absent. Nice schedule, right? If a student does not complete all their schooling in the provided four years, then they're required to stay until they do complete.
And that brings us around to Tally Goldenacre and her crew.
Chapter 2: First day
Status Update: Monday, May 13, 2013
Well, it’s official! I have amazing, yet shocking news . . . I am expecting!! <3 2 week and counting! I know, I am in shock too. I can hardly believe it myself. You guys are some of my closes friends and I wanted to tell you first. I am too overwhelmed to keep it a secret. Who would have guessed that of all people, I would be expecting? But I sure am. We are ALL expecting Memorial Day in just two short weeks.