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Eyes to the floor, eyes to the floor, the blonde girl muttered in her head as she quickened her pace past the main hall to her assigned quarters. How could she have slept in, today of all days? She couldn’t believe that Tusbaki had just let her sleep in like that. She quietly pushed open the large heavy wooden doors that lead into the right wing of the house. She hurried to the servant’s room to collect her equipment before rushing into the first room of the day. She placed her stuff on the small table, grabbing a table cloth; she began to dust the surfaces of the tables and windows.
Her body, having been rudely awakened only moments ago by sheer panic, settled into the familiar routine as if like clockwork. Unfortunately, because her work needed hardly any thought, that left way too much space for her mind to wonder. She mostly thought about how, if her father wasn’t such a cheating, gambling pig she wouldn’t have to be working yet but instead st
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That was the date hardly remarked on my calendar. The date I'd been waiting for for a month at least. The date when I was going to give it all to success.
My weapon was becoming sixteen, an age that, in my opinion, is pretty important for a teenager, right? I'd been thinking what to give him for a while. I ended up buying him a simple jacket that would surely fit him very well while riding his bike (I have to admit that the mental picture didn't disappoint me at all), but I still wanted to give him something more, something that, damn it my luck, I hadn't decided yet. Was it that difficult to give your partner a present? I'd been living with him for more than three years and I still hadn't know what he would like? I always had that problem, whatever the date was, but this time it was different. It had to be special. But what? What?!
A voice brought me back to reality, Soul's.
"What's wrong? You coming for breakfast or not? I'm waiting for you, tin