"It looks like something important is going to happen tomorrow?" Elena teased; I gave her a look before turning to think about it.
A summons to the council meeting is an important thing, most of the Academies business handled by the Headmistress; there are really few things that the council handled, and all those things are very important.
I still remember the only council meeting I had attended where I being questioned by a bunch of old guys; that meeting had to sweat me all over my body, and the strange thing was that meeting about the merit Ive done to the Academy, specifically about the new Inheritance that I had provided the Academy.
I have a faint inkling of what the meeting would be about, which couldn't help but stress me further.
"Micheal, you should go rest; you must not have had a safe sleep in these past six months," the Teacher said as she comes toward me.
She did not mention anything about Council business; I don't think she has been invited. There is nothing unusual about, in most council meetings, the Headmistress is not invited. "Ok," I said and walked out of the arena.
The early morning light bathed on me as I walked out arena; it was a late-night when I had returned from the ruin.
On the way to the Lakehouse, I glance through the mails; many of them have made me emotional that tears couldn't help but well up in my eyes.
I landed on the porch of Lakehouse and went in; my house is the same as I left it six months ago; not the slightest change could be seen in it.
I sat on the couch and called my parents; it is time I should give them the news of my return. Teacher had said she had kept the opening of Ruin Gate super secrete, so they should not get the news about me returning.
Tring Tring Tr "Micheal, you have returned," Mother said, shocking the hell out of me. I thought she would be in shock or surprise hearing my voice, but I found none of that emotion in her voice, all I found was surety.
It is like I had gone on a week-long holiday and returned at the exact hour I had told her I would return, and there is no surprise to my return.
"You did not sound surprised, mom," I said, "Why would I?" she asked back; I wanted to say something like, 'The ruin is so dangerous that even in thousands of years, nobody was able to return from the ruin,' but seeing her expressions, those words got stuck in my mouth.
"Micheal, thank got you have returned; we have been worried sick about you," "Though your mother said you would be fine, I could not stop worrying about you," My father said as he appeared beside my mother.
"I am fine, father, as mom had said, nothing had happened to me," I said, seeing how worried my father looked.
"Snort! She may not sound like it, but your mother was the one that is most worried about you," father said, for which he got an eyeful from my mother.
"You should come to visit as soon as possible; rose
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