This way! I whispered to Blaze, tugging him by his sleeve and darted into a corner.
Hey! Where did they go? Argh, I'll get them! I waited until the voices of the anger shopkeepers disappeared until I took a deep breath.
Plew! That was so close! sighed Blaze. Next time watch where you're going and don't trip and cause a ruckus again. Blaze looked at me with a pitiful yet wanting-to-laugh grin. He glanced down at the cartons of milk and loaf of bread we stole from the bakery, and without another look, we sat down and devoured the food ravenously, wishing to someday live a life without the pains of hunger and cold like those children who have family, love and a dear home.
Pssh, you know yourself that sometimes you make mistakes too. Stop being a know-it-all!