Chapter 61 Judgment
- As soon as I’d taken my last bite my sister was on her feet. She barely ate any of her food. I’m sure the food wasn’t up to par with what she thought she deserved to eat. They weren’t even supposed to be cooking today. She should have just been thankful that they were there. Food that warms your belly is one of the little things in life that I look forward to. How did we grow up so different?
- I followed Ava as she walked out of the dining hall. The guards that had followed us out of my room were waiting outside. They stayed close as we headed toward one of the nearby buildings that was supposed to be used to entertain guests. We never really used this building, but Ava was walking toward it. I knew the large outdoor patio would be perfect for what she had in mind.
- As much as I’d hoped she would have given up on that part of the schedule I knew better. The guards opened the door and I followed her in. The building hadn’t been used but had servants to upkeep it. They’ve done a marvelous job. As we walk in Ava makes her way up the stairs and I follow her.