My Beloved Dog is the Strongest in Another World - Chapter 133
I Was Called Master
“I was troubled over what I should do, and you offered a solution, Mr. Takumi. And I was able to find what it was that I want to do.”
Apparently, my words to Milina earlier had helped solve her problem.
I suppose it was because she now wanted to study medicine.
While I may not have been much of an adult, it made me happy that my words had helped direct a young person towards their goal.
Though, I was still young myself.
“Yes. From now on…with your words, Mr. Takumi…master, in my heart, I will do my best to learn medicine!”
“Master… I’m not anyone so impressive, you know? Medicine is something that I’ll have to study with you…”
“I understand that. But I suppose it’s because you are a tutor when it comes to life.”
…First it was brother, and now master…
It wasn’t that I hated it, but it was hard to get used to something like this…
“Very well. So Milina will now be Mr. Takumi’s apprentice.”
“Yes. I look forward to being able to work with you, Master and Lady Claire!”
“Yes, you’re welcome.”
“…Well, I suppose it’s fine.”
Milina bowed vigorously towards me and Ms. Claire.
I was thinking about telling her to stop calling me master, as it felt odd, but it would be awkward to say it now.
Well, maybe I could just get used to it.
“Now, we should go back to the garden. I think the children might be tired of playing.”
Sebastian said, and so we took Milina and headed back to the garden.
We were greeted to the amusing sight of children sitting on Leo’s back or leaning against her after falling asleep.
I could see that Tilura and Sherry had also fallen asleep.
“Good work, Leo.”
I talked to Leo quietly so as to not wake up the children, and she also replied quietly.
I could tell by her happy expression that Leo had also enjoyed playing with the children.
“Lady Claire. Did you finish talking with Milina then?”
“Yes. We decided that she should come and live at the mansion.”
“I see. She was taking a very long time to decide what she wanted to do, so thank you for accepting her.”
“You should thank Mr. Takumi. He’s the one who persuaded her.”
“Yes. Of course, we are very thankful to Mr. Takumi.”
Ms. Anna thanked us, and then we talked about what Milina would do now.
While it had been decided that she would go to the mansion, it wasn’t as if she could go today.
She had only just recovered from an illness, and she would also need to pack.
Besides, since she was moving away from the orphanage, she would want time to say goodbye to the other children.
Though, the mansion wasn’t too far away, so she could visit as often as she wanted.
“Well, we should be taking our leave then.”
“Indeed. The sun is starting to set.”
“Yes. Thank you for coming today. And thank you, Mr. Takumi.”
We then helped them carry the sleeping children back to their rooms in the orphanage, and then left.
Ms. Anna and Milina saw us off by the door as we walked away.
It had also been decided that Milina would come to the mansion one week later.
That would be enough time to gather her things and say goodbye to everyone.
On our way back, Sebastian disappeared into several alleys a few times, but we continued on until we finally reached the plaza where the carriage was waiting.
“There is not much information yet…”
Sebastian said as he returned from one of his detours.
Apparently, he had been going to listen to reports from those he had sent to gather information.
Well, he did say that there wouldn’t be any proper reports until tomorrow, so it wasn’t surprising that there wasn’t much information at this point.
It had only been a few hours…so it was doubtful that they could gather all of the information already.
“Well, let us depart now.”
“Leo. Be careful that you don’t drop Sherry and Tilura.”
I got into the carriage with Ms. Claire, and then Sebastian took the reins and drove the carriage back to the mansion.
As Tilura and Sherry were sleeping on Leo’s back, I told her to be careful that they didn’t fall off.
But I was sure that Leo would think of them, and we had even strapped them on with a rope, just in case, so I was sure they would be fine.
Unlike before, Leo was calm during the return trip, and she ran quietly alongside the carriage.
We arrived at the mansion and let Johanna take the carriage and horses as we stepped inside.
Sebastian entered first, and told the servants that Tilura was sleeping. And so they welcomed us in quieter voices than usual.
…But they were still perfectly in sync.
“Thank you, Good Leo.”
Ms. Gelda and another servant approached Leo.
Leo barked softly in reply, and then crouched low so that they could pick up Tilura and Sherry.
Ms. Gelda held Tilura, while the other picked up Sherry, and they took them away to their room.
“Sebastian. I don’t want to trouble you, but…”
As I watched as they were taken away, Ms. Claire spoke with Sebastian.
Was this about the malicious merchants?
While I couldn’t say that it had nothing to do with me, there was also nothing that I could do… I would just leave it to Sebastian.
And there was something oddly comforting about that… I suppose it was because he seemed like someone who could do anything.
“Lady Claire. Dinner has been prepared.”
“I see. Mr. Takumi, let’s go to the dining hall.”
“Yes. …Ah, I must drop my things off in my room first.”
I took Leo and returned once to my room where I dropped off my sword and other things. Then I headed to the dining hall.
There wasn’t much stuff, as we hadn’t gone shopping. But I didn’t want to take them with me to eat.
“Let’s eat then.”
“Is Tilura still sleeping?”
It was just me, Leo, Ms. Claire and Ms. Lyra in the dining hall.
Sebastian seemed to have a lot to do, as I had seen him moving busily around before I arrived in the room.
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