Today she could feel would not be a good day. The sun did not shine, instead rain fell. She had a gut feeling something bad would happen. And she knew it would involve her brother. It always does. Ready for the day she sits on a stool in the kitchen watching Timber prepare breakfast for herself and Alois.
"My love," she whispers for she wants no one else to hear. "Please steer clear of my brother for today. Do as your told and no back talk. Keep your words clean. Even that's the least of my worries.
"WHAT IN THE BLOODY HELL IS GOING ON HERE!" Ciel yelled at the group of wild and obnoxious people including his servants, that stupid prince and Agni, Madame Red, Lau and Ran-Mao, and many more. Everyone looked back at him forgetting about the package. No one spoke a word. Ciel's patience was already thin.
"Sebastian, I order you to tell me what's going on!" Ciel hissed at his butler. Upon those words Sebastian straightened up his suite while still standing on Grell's face and began his long tale of the day with everyone.
The young master had worked Sebastian non-stop with errands today and now it was time to turn in. Sebastian grieving a sigh began to take off his black coat when he felt a letter in his left breast pocket. Pulling it out did he immediately figured out who it was fro