The next morning, Jon woke up at the sound of his alarm clock. Groggy, he slapped at it, activating the snooze button, and fell back to sleep.
Almost ten minutes later, he woke up again to the sound of his alarm. "Okay! I'm up, I'm up!" he yelled at his alarm, then pulled the covers back and stood up from the bed, making sure that his alarm was permanently turned off.
He looked down at the stone. It was still sitting on his nightstand. Seeing it caused him to remember that wish he made the previous night. How could he make such a vague wish like that? Anything could have happened.
Jon walked to his mirror and looked at himself. He looked normal. Nothing was different. He looked around his room and came to the same conclusion. He walked to his bedroom window and looked out onto the neighborhood, but again, everything seemed completely normal. Maybe what he wished for hadn't happened yet. Or it did, and he just hadn't noticed it. For all he knew, the rest of the town was different, or his family had swapped genders, or Karyn was 50-years old, or there was something weird going on at school.
He grabbed the stone. There was only one way to find out exactly what was going to happen. "I wish to know how my last wish was granted."
Jon waited and waited, but the stone didn't glow like it usually did and it didn't grant his wish. Maybe part of what made it "interesting" was that he didn't know about it in advance.
Sighing, he put the stone in the top drawer of his nightstand. It should be safe enough in there. And then he left his room and made his way down the hall towards the bathroom.