I hate writing in this stupid book, but Master Cheng still thinks it helps. Yeah, it helps my hand cramp up! Thanks a lot! I mean, okay, maybe I’m exaggerating, but not by a lot.
Cadellus is still around. He keeps wanting to follow me for walks, or join me for meditation. Look buddy, I’m not meditating with you, or anything else. Go meditate by yourself. I don’t care. I don’t know why he keeps trying to talk to me. It’s freakin’ annoying, and he doesn’t seem to get it. Oh, he says he does, but then he’s back to trying to talk to me about how beautiful the sunrise was or some shit like that the next day.
Master Cheng says I’m not allowed to kick Cadellus in the face.
My training is going well. Master Cheng says I need to keep my anger in check, like I’m mad or something? I’m not mad! I’m passionate. He can go jump off a cliff if he thinks otherwise. There are plenty of cliffs around here. I’m sure he could find one.
I think the biggest news is the letter that I received from one of my sisters. I was just going to fold it up, and toss it off into the air next to my thinking spot, which is by a cliff. I usually do that whenever one of them write to me. I don’t want to hear about how I should come home, or do this, or do that, or how I’m not living up to my potential. As if they’d care anyway. I didn’t though. I went to my thinking spot with it and almost started folding it up, but I wound up opening it instead.
It was from Lani. She’s getting married. Out of all of my siblings, she’s the only one who never did anything to wrong me… well, not counting the time she made me stay in that stupid healer tent outside Orgrimmar. I guess she might have been worried about my foot. I’m fine. Anyway, now I kind of feel obligated to go, but the rest of my family will be there too. I guess she’s having it in the Ghostlands at my brother’s school or something. It’s supposed to be a big place, so maybe I’ll find a good spot to hide if too many of them are there. Mother might not even be there. I can’t see her wanting to travel to the Ghostlands. There’s probably like too much mud or something.
I’ll probably have to go to the Vale to find someone to make a portal there for me. I know Sanimir or Hethurin or whatever he’s calling himself now, knows how to make portals to Pandaria, even to the Peak of Serenity, so I won’t have a problem getting back.
In the letter she said I could bring a guest. I’m going to ask Tsi Ku. She’s my best friend.
Maybe I should wear shoes.