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We start out in a cab. I'm riding with my sister, Pearl, and my nephew, Periwinkle, back to my home in England, where I spent most of my childhood. I was returning from the Octopod; Pearl and Peri were returning from the kelp forest to visit our family. I needed to call for the cab to take the both of us there. She was waiting for it, standing on the sidewalk, before we had met each other again.
"Pearl?" I called. "Is that you?"
"Shellington?" she called back.
I ran toward her. We hugged each other, but Pearl was a little confused about why I was here.
"Since when did you come here?" Pearl asked.
"Just wanted to come visit you and the rest of our family, Pearl," I replied.
Our cab pulled up towards us before I could answer. Once Pearl got her stroller folded up and stored in the trunk, all three of us sat in the car and closed the doors between ourselves. I told the driver where we were going, and after that, he drove away, driving us back to our home.
Pearl, as I've told
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Have you ever wondered if you really had your life all figured out?
Did you ever know that not everything will go as you planned it?
Would you ever feel that you could've done something different about it?
Well... I have. Just too many times.
After having made the escapade to explore a new world with my crew-mates Dashi, Tweak, Kwazii, and Tunip, I felt I found myself in a little epiphany - one that caught me wondering about all of the wrongs I've done... the wrongs I've done to myself, my family, my friends, and my team. And that's when I decided to leave the Octonauts for a little while and go on my own mission: to see my family again, and most importantly, trying to put my past behind myself once and for all.
That's the story I want to tell you about - a sea otter who's trying to look for himself in a period where he feels he might have lost his way in life. He'll do whatever it could take for him to know he is content with who he is and what he does. He'll find out some fascinating