I got you a present. A congratulations on your new job and thank-you for being a great flatmate and good luck for everything to come present.
Oh! This is beautiful, Betty. Thank you!
I’m glad as well, really. You’ll both have each other and we’ll all know where Everleigh is. I do hope it’s a wonderful experience for you both.
I am a bit curious as to how long she’ll stay in the Netherlands, but she stayed in her house for a few months. I’m sure it will be long enough for both of us to get settled.
No, I’ll be fine. I can just leave the house to meet people. Maybe I’ll see more of the people I haven’t seen much of since school.
Well… I suppose that’s true. At the very least, there won’t be an owl bothering you anymore.
Or have a box with an undetectable extension charm. But you’re right, it does seem a lot of unnecessary effort.
Of course I am. What do you think’s going to happen to me?
Nothing, I would hope. But I still feel a bit bad for leaving you to live by yourself. You won’t be lonely?
Well… Obviously you need the ones which might help with your work. And then… Maybe stick to mostly muggle fiction if you’re taking much of that? Just a few of the other books you really want. Worst comes to the worst, if you leave something behind and realise you need it, you can just come back for it, or one of us can bring it over to you.
That’s true. I suppose if I have too much trouble narrowing them down I could shrink them and store them that way, but that seems like a lot of effort for books I might not ever need.
Are you going to be alright by yourself?
It’s always nice to have a small break from packing. I often tend to procrastinate as well. It’s also nice if you’re hoping to find a few flat-warming items to make the space more comfortable during your stay. Oh, of course, Aurora. I certainly wouldn’t have missed it for the world.
It gives me more time to think about what I should take with me and what I should leave behind as well. I have to admit, I am glad Everleigh decided to come with me. It will be a bit comforting to have her around.
It’s what comes from living with Emme for seven years, I’m sure. Are you taking all of them?
Most likely. No, I don’t think so, but I still want to box them up so I can give them to Adam or leave them at my parents’ house. And it’s hard to decide which ones I should take.