April 2, 2011; 3:18 PM
I’m starting this diary first and foremost because no one believes me.
I decided last night that I would start keeping a log of recent events that have been going on with my family. A few weeks ago, my six-year-old daughter, Katelyn, invented a new imaginary friend. My wife and I thought that this was all completely normal. As it is, Katelyn is an introverted and somewhat lonely child. She doesn’t have many friends in her school, and it would only make sense that she would make up one of her own. I’ve asked my wife about this situation several times, being that I didn’t want Katelyn to start ignoring the real people in her life or to become more committed to making imaginary friends than real ones. Daisy told me to simply leave the situation alone, and if it began to go out of control, she would stop it. I should mention that Daisy is my wife’s name.
Sure enough, about three weeks later, things began getting strange.
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