It's all blurry. The toys scattered across the ground, the books collecting dust on the shelves, the small jackets hung up on the coat rack. It's all familiar, and yet so foreign. She cares so deeply about the family who used to reside here, and yet she has no idea who they were. It's confusing and scary, but somewhere deep inside her, it's comforting.
Ever since Jeremy got big, he's had no worries about anything going wrong. After all, he's the main character. Everything revolves around him, and the world wouldn't dare interfere with his perfect life. He's absolutely convinced of his supernaturally kept safety that even when a deadly contagious virus breaks out across the globe, he's still more then happy to sip wine at the craziest parties and fanciest bars.