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Dragon Kin, Chapter 7: First MeetingsDarva missed her momma. She sat listlessly at the dinner table, kicking her feet, while the boys argued over her head.Dragon Kin, Chapter 7: First Meetings by Evil-is-Relative
“Enough!” Papa Vilkas roared. The bickering ceased immediately, and Darva felt a pang of raw envy for Papa Vil’s ability to do that. If she were still allowed to say “Gol Hah” she probably could have gotten them to behave, but those were bad words now, and she didn’t want to get a spanking.
“Cheer up, Honey-bee,” Sofie whispered as she put a bowl of venison stew in front of her youngest sister. “Runa and I made boiled cream treats for desert.”
Well, who wouldn’t that cheer up? She finished up her dinner in a much better frame of mind, not even minding that Blaise and Alesan kept whispering to each other, as if she were not stuck right between them and could hear every word they said.
After dinner she helped Lucia clean up the table and wash the dishes, mind still whirling furiously with wha
Child of Skyrim, Day 29, part oneChild of Skyrim, Day 29, part one by Jasmo
Day 29 Finally
I wrote to the Greybeards knowing full well that their response could take days to receive. Knowing that I decided to travel to Windhelm to deliver the necklace of Arkay to Tarbjorn Shatter-Shield so he could give it to his wife while we waited. They had lost their daughter to a murderer and it was the only thing the man could think of to give his wife for some small consolation.
The boat ride there took an entire day, we arrived very late at night but Tarbjorn was still at the inn, drinking his sorrows away still. He was very grateful for the necklace and handed me one thousand gold in return, more than enough to pay for the necklace and our travels plus food and lodging for the night. The very next morning we went to the dock and headed back to Solitude, once again taking the entire day plus some evening hours to arrive.