Raighne had a mischievous glint in his eye as he hid behind the cart his father used to trade and sell from. He peaked out, seeing her. He didn't know her name, but he knew what happened to her father, and never built up the nerve to go talk to her, that is until...
Before Raighne could take a step his father had called him to help with loading the cart. He turned his head back, but the girl had already started walking away. With a heavy sigh, Raighne helped his father load the cart.
Leandra saw the boy, she'd seen his several times, and had just chosen to ignore him. She'd heard of what he'd done in the past, from rigging carts to collapse to releasing chickens. I do NOT need that headache right now...she thought picking up a basket of fresh vegetables and fruit in one hand, and one of bread in the other.
She walked to the small hut she and her father lived in. "Father! I brought some fresh bread, fruits and vegetables to go with the rabbits I got earlier.” She said as she walked in and sat the baskets down. She looked at the man by the fire. Her father used to be the picture of health, and now he sat a shell of himself, often staring into the fire, as if it'll give him the ability to walk freely again.
"Father..?" Leandra said walking closer.
The old man looked up, with a bright smile, "Ahh... My beautiful daughter...” he said, "Come come, and bring the bread, I want to show you something.”
Leandra smiled, she picked up the bread basket bringing it over to him.
"Now, pay attention, I'll only show you this once.” He said to her
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