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Diaries From The Field - Chapter 1 - Moved In

Diaries From The Field – Chapter 1 – Moved In

by Kennie Kayoz

Copyright 2016 Coyotes Publishing

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Note From Kennie

What your about to read through the series entitled “Diaries From The Field” is fiction. I had this idea for the last little while and just never really jumped on it but I decided to try something different so I’m doing just that.

On the cover you see a character that resembles a character from the cartoon South Park and your correct, he does resemble in that way, in fact he is suppose to look like that. The character on front is suppose to resemble me, now the idea is based around the video game that south park put out called “Stick Of Truth” what I have chosen to do is take a screen shot of my character in game and use it on the cover, I have taken several screen shots and over the course of my chapters you may or may not see a different one, but I decided to take the game one step further and turn my character into a story. While I play this game I shall be documenting things in the game but it won’t all have to do with things in the game as it’s kinda a mix of what my character is discovering in the game and going through plus his own personal thoughts as well.

So journey with my character into “Diaries From The Field – Moved In”



My family and I have just moved into a new house in a small little mountain town called South Park which is located in Colorado. My parents seem rather happy about this move, but honestly I miss my friends.

I’m glad the move is over so that I can hopefully start my new life and make a few new friends in the process.

I wanted to go out to venture around to see if any other kids my age live around here but as per usual Mom wanted me to help around the house since her and Dad couldn’t do it all themselves. So I’m doing the best I can do with helping to unpack and finding a spot for everything in my new room that seems to be bigger than my last room. I also brought my pet goldfish with me, to me he seems a bit confused but I guess that’s just a natural goldfish reaction since all he really does is swim around the bowl all day.

This is my third goldfish that I had, as my father is trying to teach me responsibility in pet ownership he tells me that it will help me prepare myself for the future. I keep telling him “Dad I’m just a kid, I just want to go out and play” he doesn’t seem to understand I think he’s more so trying to keep me inside away from meeting anyone new since this goldfish I just got before they announced that we were moving.

As the evening comes closer it does seem that we have made this new house into a home as all of our old stuff has been setup.

My parents keep talking about trouble from the old town we were in but I don’t remember much of what they’re talking about, perhaps some looking around will allow me clues into what “dangers” we had to get away from.

Mom prepared a meal for the three of us and Dad and I setup my computer after much argument with Mom they decided to set it up in my room, I don’t know what the big deal is jeez it certainly caused a lot of shit between my parents, I’m sure the neighbors could hear the yelling and screaming which I’m sure is just the impression you want to give off when you first move in.

Over dinner the three of us talked, Mom and Dad asked me what I would like to do in the evening I told them that I wanted to see if any kids were around my age they seemed rather impressed by how much I wanted to go out but considering it was evening they asked me just to stay in.

They told me that tomorrow I could go out which got me real excited.

As I finished my dinner I was just about to take off like a bat outta hell upstairs to my computer when Dad stopped me, he wanted me to help Mom with the dishes… I guess this is apart of the whole “responsibility” thing he’s trying to teach me… Sheesh

Well I dried the dishes as Mom washed them, I dropped one glass and it broke everywhere that’s when my dish drying was finished as they wanted me out of the room so they could clean everything up and nobody would get hurt.

I’m now being told that it’s my bedtime so I better shut down my computer before going to bed. I’m so looking forward to walking around my town tomorrow to see if anyone here is my age.

Diaries From The Field - Chapter 1 - Moved In

  • Author: Coyotes Publishing
  • Published: 2016-06-28 20:50:07
  • Words: 874
Diaries From The Field - Chapter 1 - Moved In Diaries From The Field - Chapter 1 - Moved In