An older, more experienced person would tell her that that's how things often end up. No matter how messed up life is and the troubles it brings, for some reason the relationships you have and how they change weighs the most on your heart.
There wasn’t a older person available anymore however, so as Star was viewing it, it should be the least of her worries.
“Well, if you are up and just don't want to talk, that's fine. I’m going to go make breakfast.”
‘Ugh Marco, why do you have to be so nice,’ Star thought. She was mad at him, Jackie, the whole situation. She knew it didn’t make sense, she had been pushing him to go after Jackie ever since Star got to Echo Creek. But now that it actually happened, she just felt sick. Marco was her best friend, and now Jackie was coming in and…
“No” Star finally said aloud to no-one.
“I’m not going to worry about this right now.” She sat up abruptly and walked over to where she had left her dimensional scissors and picked them up.
She thought for a moment, finally cut through the fabric of reality, and walked in.
She was immediately greeted with cold, wind, and snow. Pulling out her wand, she corrected this issue by zapping on a fluffy blue coat, earmuffs and mittens.
“Now then, where’s that hill?...Oh!” As she scanned the area she found the hill was right behind her. Her final piece of equipment was created with a flash of her wand and landed at her feet.
Grabbing the sled by the reigns, she ran up to the top of the hill, and sat down to take a moments rest. She had been wanting to try this for a few weeks now. Back in Echo Creek, it was much too warm to snow, and back on Mewni there was snow, but she wasn't sure if people did this kind of thing.
Finally she turned around and faced the slope of the hill. A wide grin grew on her face with anticipation, and she pushed off.