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Fala was so excited that she couldn't sit still. Today was the day! They would be celebrating their first age-set anniversary. "What do you think we'll get to do?" she asked.Author's Notes
"I don't know," Birka said, bouncing on the cushion beside her.
That was always the big question. On your age-set anniversary, you got the privilege of doing new things formerly forbidden because you were too young to do them safely. Sometimes it was permission to do things you'd been learning, now without supervision; other times it was the opportunity to learn whole different things. It was one of the big advantages to forming an age-set and moving into the child-house. Babies didn't get this kind of celebration.
This story came out of the January 2013 Muse Fusion. It was inspired by a prompt from Ellen Million. It can be sponsored for $10 or 10 TW credits.
Tetefii, Oromaal, Komesh, Inav, Inama, Grel, Fala, Emeina, Birka, Anler,
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