"Today was so much fun," Bonnie jumps up and down on her little bed we have in my room.
"Yes. We'll have to keep trying to get him to like us, though. It may take a week before he really likes and trusts us."
"We start introducing him to other Pokémon."
"Like your Pichu," she smiles as Pichu hops on to her bed. She stops bouncing.
"Yes. Then more and more Pokémon. Then we can really train him. Test out his moves."
"That's really cool."
I get into my bed as Bonnie and my Pokémon also get into their beds. "Goodnight everyone."
Bulbasaur turns off the lights with one of his vines. "Bulb!"
"Night to all!" Bonnie exclaims.
*A Week Later*
"You've come a long way Litleo," Bonnie gathers Litleo into her arms.
"I think tomorrow we can bring Pichu in," I smile and put my hands on my hips.
"Yes, I don't see why we shouldn't."
"You hear that Litleo? You're going to get a friend."
"You know you'd really like my Pokémon habitat thing that I have back home."
"Well, because I have some acres dedicated to Pokémon. It's full of every type of Pokémon. With one girl and one boy for every single Pokémon out there. Besides this regions new Pokémon."
"Sounds like Pokémon heaven."
"For some people it is. My mom loves taking care of them."
"Can we visit one day?"
"Next time Ash and Clement call, we can ask if they'd mind us going on a vacation to my home town."
"Do you think they'll let us go?"
"Probably. If we say we're going for science. The science of Pokémon kindness or something."
"Oh, I so hope they'll let us go."
"Keep hoping and it'll come true."
"That's what my mom always tells me when I talk about hoping for something."
"You have a cool mom."
"When we go on vacation and you the same thing about you."
"What's wrong Litleo?" Bonnie asks.
"I think he's hungry Bonbon," I answer.
She lets him go and he runs to his food bowl. "How did you know?"
"I've been around Pokémon for a long time. I knew by how they say things what they want."
"You get more awesome every day, Rosa."
"Thank you," I smile. "That means a lot."