After a few hours, I finally got used to the terrible, terrible splash from up above. Though as time passed, I felt the sun's heat burning into me. Eventually, because of the heat, I felt myself feeling light again. NOOO!!!! I had a warm sensation and then felt myself go up and up into the clouds. Once again, here we go! I feel the coldness and myself turning into a liquid. I feel myself condensate into a cloud again. I have hope of returning home!
After a few minutes, shorter than before, I feel myself become heavy and I fall down toward a glacier. This time, I fall as snow, and it is a much easier process than rain. As I fall, I notice that I'm falling toward a glacier. In just a few seconds, I land on the glacier and freeze with it. I sleep there for the rest of the night, and when I woke up, I felt myself become less icy and I had become smaller. I was going to go somewhere... but the question is where?
WOW! OF COURSE! GROUNDWATER! Back where I started! Would I never get home? Would I continue this process? I sigh. As we got closer to the water source we're going toward, I find myself thinking about what this process is, and soon realize that this is part of the runoff stage! Finally, I see a lake coming into view. I think again, will I ever get home?
Once I get to the lake, I find a lot of other droplets that I've seen before. I start talking them to be and they recognized me too! Then we see a deer... NOT AGAIN!!! All the droplets suddenly stop talking and try to make the deer go away. But the deer just keeps on coming and leans down and drinks water...DRINKS ME! THIS PROCESS IS GOING TO REPEAT FOREVER!!!
I fall asleep, and when I wake up I'm in a completely new place...and the first thing I notice is that I came out of the deer as waste. Then I notice I'm in the ground. Not groundwater...SOIL! ACTUAL REAL SOIL! My...home...I haven't been here in such a long time...I look around for family, and almost find them instantly. I get taken aback about being here! I put all those thoughts away and focus on my family. MY FAMILY. I find myself grinning wider than I ever have before. I'M HOME!