In the beginning of my life, I was born with AIDS. Both my mother and father had AIDS when when they had me(well literally). If you don't know what AIDS is (which you all should know), let me tell you anyway. AIDS is a sexual Transmitted disease that is very deadly if not treated. It's not a happy matter either. After I was born, my parents died and I was left as an orphan. Luckly, I was adopted by this old lady name, Kyoko. She adopted me when I was 2 weeks old. I didn't have a name. So she named me Miracle-chan a.k.a Miracle because I survied the disease and usually babies died from the disease when they are first born (well in my opinion anyway)
As the years go by, I mostly stayed at home with Kyoko. When I was 3, I asked Kyoko, "Why do I always have to stay at home? How come I can't go to daycare and play with the other peoples?
Kyoko looked at me in surprise. She never heard me say all of those big words like that before. I don't know. Maybe if it was one of those things that if a little kid like I was said words that are very big like, "people", it won't be a big deal. "Well Miracle-chan." she said. You have a very bad illness calle AIDS. I want to make sure that nothing happens to you and to see if you were okay to go to daycare, or someplace call school where bigger kids go to after daycare."
I looked at Kyoko in a very puzzled way and said, "Why do I have it? Is there something I did wrong? Is it my fault?" I was so scared that if the AIDS was my fault, I have to do something about it.
One thing I forgot to tell to you guys that are reading this is that Kyoko and I live in a small house somewhere in Hokkaido and the town is very much like an other town except that its in the countryside. I love Hokkaido because when Kyoko and I were look outside of our window to see Cherry blossoms infront of our house and watch the little pink things call pedals landing in my room and I laugh like I never laugh before.