My Little Pony: Friendship Is Forever - Wings I shivered as I walked through the bustling market place. I had already been in Ponyville for some months at this time now, yet I hadn't taken the time to bask in the town's excellence as far as little villages go. I was charmed by its nature and thought about the differences from Fillydelphia, my old home. First, they didn't have a "Running of the Leaves" competition every fall, which I had decided not to compete in this year, being new and all. But it was entertaining to see Apple Tarts and Thunder Bolt race to the finish line, the leaves falling behind them and the other competitors. They were in the forest for most of it, so I only heard Laughy Daffy's reports from the commentator's box and I chatted with Prized Gem. It was a good day.
Secondly, Fillydelphia didn't have such a nice little market place.
I trotted through the market, wishing I had at least a dozen other eyes to see everything in the marketplace. Ponies were everywhere: talking, walking, purchasing,
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Forever - A New Home I looked at my new home. Ponyville, a small town tucked away from the rest of Equestria by the great Everfree Forest that looked like it went on forever. At least from a young colt's point of view. Well, it was tucked away from everywhere, except for Canterlot, which rested on its great mountain in the distance. I heard a rumor that if you stood on the highest hill in this rural village and looked hard enough at Canterlot, you could see the shine from one of the Princess's crowns. But that was back home. Well, in my old home, Fillydelphia.
"Stars Shine," I heard my dad say. "Can you help me unload the carriage?"
I turned away from the picturesque view of my new town and walked over to the moving carriage in front of my new house: A house that looked like it was a tree with all the overgrown leaves and vines covering the roof, with several birdhouses that were falling apart resting on it. The former owner, I had heard from my mom, before she passed, ran some kind of in