It was Shepry who first woke up in the morning. Not to say she awoke first any morning or every morning, but on THE morning, she was the first to wake. This morning which was so important, which, by some philosophy, set their life on such a course that would be seen as amazing and farcical as opposed to any other morning, was just one in which Shepry was the first to wake. This one girl, Shepry, lived only with the boy Koen, and on this morning he was the second most important thing on her mind. Naturally I mean only the primary things on her mind, as when one large idea is on one's mind, many sub-ideas go with it. As I'm sure all readers want to know, the primary prominent idea on Shepry's mind this morning was all of her possessions within her house. How is it possible that a person may think of so many items, issues at once? Simply put, they had been present the night before, and no longer were. All but her self, her current clothes, and the bed she slept in had been removed from the room, and indeed, there were no things in the rest of the house to save her worried mind from the thoughts "Everything is gone." Once convinced of this fact that most everything in her home was gone, this became priority number two. Number one had become "Alert Koen" by a promotional process.