Daughter of the Emperor
Chapter 375: The Emperor’s Daughter Chapter. 375
Since Assisi became the chief instructor of the royal guard, he spends almost half of his time with the knights. Of course, he did leave my side occasionally before, but only for short training or to take care of some duties as the knight captain. Once I started my day, he spent most of his time with me.
And that ended when Assisi resigned as the captain…
Anyway, he was the knight who was always with me. So I’ve thought it would be nice if there was a place I could go to in order to find Assisi. To find Caitel, I go to his office. To find Silvia, I go to Bolcena. And, though it’s rare, I go to Podere if I want to find Ferdel.
If Assisi doesn’t come to see me, I don’t know where I’m going to look for him…. Like that, I wished for a place I could go to when I wanted to find Assisi.
That’s why I was even happier than he was when he was nominated as the chief instructor to teach novice knights. I even held a small party for him.
Now that I think about it, it’s not a big deal now…perhaps I got too excited.
But what can I do? It’s true that I’m happy about it.
“Are you visiting the knights?”
… I’m done with work, so it’s true that I was going to see Assisi.
But, how did she know? That’s scary.
“Yes. It’s nearby. Since I’m here already, I might as well visit the knights for a bit.”
Libby was the newest maid to take over Elyne’s role since Elyne got married. Unlike Elyne, she doesn’t talk much, works well, and is almost expressionless. But somehow, she reminds me of Elene. So I’m quite comfortable with her.
Libby smiles slightly at my answer.
It’s really hard to see her smile. It’s nice to see a rare smile, but I wondered why she was smiling for. Why are you smiling?
“Aren’t you a bit sad now that Sir Assisi is working elsewhere since you’ve been with him for so long?”
Libby’s question automatically stops my feet.
Uh, well, that’s the thing. Hmm…
“To be honest, I can’t say that I’m not sad at all. ”
It would be a lie if I said it didn’t affect me.
Actually…I’m not sure how I feel about seeing Assisi not needing me. It’s complicated. I’m happy, but also not happy.