"No," I replied in a single word.
Even though this is a great opportunity which one would die for, I do not need it. I am confident that I will make something of myself just staying in the Riverfield Academy.
"Sigh, I expected that much." The old man said with a sigh as he looked at my mother and me complicatedly. "See you tomorrow, then, Daughter." The old man said and disappeared with his family.
"Micheal, I and your father are leaving for the Central Continent tomorrow." I had just looked at their disappeared bodies when my mother dropped another bomb at me.
"Why are you leaving for the Central Continent? Did they force you?" I asked hurriedly, seeing my parents made a sudden decision to leave for the Central Continent.
"Sigh, Micheal, it's very complicated; I am extremely lucky that I got twenty-five years of freedom, but now I have to go back whether I am willing or not," she said with sadness.
"I could ask prof.�� I was just saying that when my mother cut me off by shaking her head. "It is a matter of Supremes, even Josephine could not do anything about it," she said with a sigh.
I wanted to say something and opened my mouth and say something, but words couldn't form in my mouth.
"Don't worry; they have already become a laughing stock among all Supremes due to that incident, and if they dared to do something to me, they would become even bigger laughing stock of all." Mother said while having a slightly cruel smile on her face, which I've never seen on her face.
"So, they will be actively protecting me, making sure no harm comes to me," she said, hearing I felt a little good, but I still didn't like my parents going to the central continent against their will.
But it is Supreme we are dealing with; if it were any other lower-level Organisation, then I am sure the professor would have been able to help, but against the Supreme, she is powerless.
We ate dinner and talked till late at night, spent as much together as a family; we don't know when we will meet again.
I returned to my room late at night, and when I woke up, it was already early morning. When I walked out of my room an hour later, I saw my parents in the hall with little Rose playing with Ashlyn.
I took the rose in my hands and played with her for a while before cooking breakfast for my family for the last time. Soon, breakfast is finished, and I ate it with my family.
"Daughter, it's time." We had just finished breakfast when the Old Man and his family suddenly appeared in the kitchen. "Ok." mom said before she turned to me.
"Remember, Micheal, always depend upon yourself, don't be at the mercy of others." Mother said seriously, as she said it, a flash of guilt and regret couldn't help but appear on the face of Old man, Sandra, and her husband.
"I will remember then, mom," I said seriously; after what happened with my mother, I would be an idiot if I ever depend on others
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