Inspired by AceTrainer14's idea of a blog story, I thought I might take a crack at a slice of life blog story...
So here it is:
Blogging Up Pichu
Entry 1: May 01--Getting To Know You
Hello there, Riters! I'm a little new to RiteIt, so bear with me as I learn my way around. This is the official blog for the Hikari Center, a breeding center devoted exclusively to breeding Pichus. The Celadon branch is not hard to find-just around the corner from the Pokemon Center. So whether you want a Pichu for a family pet, a League journey companion, or the star of your next TV show or commercial, we're the ones to see to get you started off on the right foot with your Pichu. /shameless plug
So anyway, I'm your host, Maya Nijiiro--fifteen year old student by day, Pichu breeder and performer by night. You almost have to be a performer to handle Pichus--they have so much energy, love to play, and in the case of our Pichus, always getting into trouble. This blog will give you a glimpse into the joys and tears we go through as we raise our Pichus from birth to loving home--who knows, you might learn something too.
The main lineup of three Pichus I'll be telling you about:
Hikari--the Pichu the center is named for, and usually the one to make public appearances on TV funding drives for our cause. She's come a long way since we rescued her from an abusive trainer four years ago--she adores people now, even if she's still a little aloof around them at first (understandable when you were once beaten for stupid reasons). People are amazed when we share her story--she's living proof of hope for unwanted and abandoned Pokemon.
Juno--The most outgoing of the bunch and the de facto leader, this little girl's a real livewire! She's always on the run, and likes to snuggle in my hair for some reason. (although Pichu are known to burrow in twigs in the wild, so maybe she thinks brown hair is the same as twigs) Despite her tendency to get into trouble, she is a real sweetheart, and will gladly sit on your lap for hours if you let her.
Sirona--The quiet and softspoken one of the group, Sirona's one of our newborns. She was born in March, and is really taking after her mother. She's also a big fan of hearing a good story, so whenever a storyteller's in town, I'll do whatever I can to get her to the show.
Normally we have some male Pichus here, but they're usually the first ones to be adopted when it's time for new trainers to leave on their journeys, so for now, I'll just be telling you about the main three.
If you like the blog or have a question about Pichu care, just leave me a comment.
Till next time,