- He really liked the outfit that I found. I wish the holiday lasted longer.
- He’s moved in. The frog helped with some of my unpacking, not of his choice but he does everything I say. We had some of the same books so we were able to put some away in storage.
- We went out to eat one night. It was a disaster. Not only were Kestrae, Aeramin and Isandri sitting at a nearby table, but my father came in and just sat at a table and looked at me like I was in some sort of big trouble. I really didn’t want to be there any longer than I had to be. The Magister made up an illness for me. My first thought, was “Oh great! Make something like that up in front of a priest!” Father didn’t stop me from leaving though.
- I don’t know if that’s a good thing. My own father doesn’t care if I’m sick? I bet if Aeramin told him that Sanimir was sick, he’d go running to him.
- Then I thought about it more. Maybe he thinks I’m pregnant. I know Nessna was sick for a while, but he wasn’t worried because we all knew she’s going to have a baby. I wonder when she’s due. It’s probably a couple of months yet.
- I ran out and bought tea as soon as things started happening with the Magister. I really don’t want one at this point. I look at my parents and I just don’t understand why anyone would want kids. Especially that many. They really should have stopped at one.
- Another evening the Magister asked if I wanted to go to the faire. I think the fact that they serve fried frogs to eat was his selling point. Of course, I refused. Not only is the food disgusting but the people who run places like that are gross as well. I just got this image in my head of some dirty faire freak with one finger up his nose and a plate of frogs in his other hand, and I just couldn’t go. I’m still trying to figure out why he would ask me to something like that. He can’t possibly like that sort of activity, or food.
- Otherwise, things have been going well. I’ve been practicing, but I make sure I’m not late getting back. Sometimes I even come home early.
- I’ve come to realize that coming home early can be a really good thing when someone is there for you.