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Tears welled up as soon as I thought of his letter.
It stung when water formed around my swollen eyes.
I pulled up my sleeves and wiped my eyes, looking out the window.
I thought it was night, but the scenery I saw was dawn.
“Master, do you need anything?”
“The Count has been gone for a while, so he should be back soon……are you very hungry?”
The reason I didn’t see Caesar seemed to be because he was looking for healthy food to help me.
“You can eat either now or later.”
It was a lot of work.
I have barely recovered the ability to digest food by having all kinds of good medicinal herbs, but my stomach was small and with poor digestion like that of a baby’s so it was good to balance it a few times.
“Sure master, you can eat it all. I’ll prepare it like that.”
The maid smiled tenderly and bowed her head.
The maid’s gentle, baby-like gaze faltered, but Nineina didn’t point it out.
“Oh! When I’m done eating, send Meia to my room.”
The maid nodded once more and left the room.
The world was full of strong men who could cut rocks with wooden swords.
This was hard for anyone to do in the modern world.
This difference is due to the different abilities of human beings in each dimension.
In modern times, no matter how hard you try, it makes sense when you consider that there is no such thing as using magic generating swords.
The people here are also quick to recover.
Slightly torn wounds healed within a day and broken bones attached slowly within a week.
Even by modern standards, this body is that of a sunfish, but by the standards of these people, it must have been weaker than the antennae of an ant.
“Master, the sand from the hourglass has come down!”
So it was natural for Meia to be so restless and watch me now.
Meia shouted as soon as the sand of the watch I gave her ran down, but I wanted to do more.
“Turn it one more time.”
Meia cried with a plea to stop me.
I was doing the ‘stand still exercise’ right now.
It would be dangerous for the person whose legs usually trembled so badly that her whole body shook, but I was in a good condition.
“If you don’t turn it around, I’ll……… the time I have to endure this……… it’s only getting longer.”
(TL/N: my brain is buffering >.< i didn’t get it at first read ; she’s talking about the time she has to spend standing up.) “Ugh………” Meia immediately turned the hourglass around. Her hands must have been a little sweaty as the hourglass almost slipped from her hands. “Whoa.” It was after turning the hourglass four times that I finally laid back in bed. Considering that it takes about a minute to run out of sand on the hourglass, I held on for as long as four minutes. I felt like once I drank the sweet water I had left next to me, I was going to feel alive again. The strong sense of hopelessness after moving made me feel good. “Master, are you sure you’re okay?” I lifted my head and looked at Meia who was crying. Although she is dressed as a man, she has a very cute face that cannot be hidden, this is how special the presence of the heroine is. In the book, I appeared as a beginner sorceress who had just started learning magic, and with help from Caesar I trained my muscles through daily labor so I looked hundreds of million of times stronger than the Nineina now. ‘It’s been quite some time… the bottom of my eyes has cleared up.’ I thought that sleeping only 4 hours a day would be a pretty harsh punishment, but Meia seemed fine. Of course, it could have been that it just didn’t show up on the outside. ‘I mean, she’s in pretty good shape………I’m envious………….’ Meia’s healthy skin and strong muscles make me envious. I think it’s good if you train well. First of all, you seem to be highly loyal to me…Shall we test it some more? After 4 minutes of exercise, I lay on the bed and rested more than my stomach. You can move now! I found the bell next to me and shook it. People came in quickly. “I want to go out to the garden.” A wave of astonishment swept over everyone except me. “Master! You went out before and fell down.” “You can’t because the weather is cold.” (TL/N: i can’t imagine being her cause i love the cold T – T ) The nagging began. They were like the three-headed Cerberus from hell with the way they were face to face trying to talk over each other. ‘Hey, that’s a surprise!’ At the very least, I was almost convinced by their determination. ‘I can’t. I didn’t want to use this method.’ I rolled my eyes and glared at them. “…..” Their nervous eyes made them all turn into honey-eating idiots. I crossed my arms—I tried to cross my legs, but failed and staggered once—then turned my head. “Lay a cloth in front of the roses. I’m going to take a nap looking at them.” I ordered as arrogantly and coldly as possible, their eyes trembled in tears. Even a slight touch could have made them burst into tears. “Well, we don’t even know how you’re feeling, master…” “What are you doing, not moving right now?” I calmly watched them move as urgently as possible. Those people would listen to me if I was stubborn and arrogant. As if that might end up being my last wish. ‘I’m afraid I’ll die because I look like someone who will die soon.’ It was difficult to use other people’s emotions, but the result was good. Soon, a soft blanket was laid under the rose bush I pointed to, and a stretcher was brought in. But the stretcher was a bit strange. “This…………What?” “I prepared something beautiful that matches the authority of the master.” The maid, Sarah, answered with great satisfaction. As she gracefully clapped her palms twice, Lindsay and Lia, standing on either side of Sarah, sprinkled pale pink petals. (TL/N: my return >.< )
Bang, bang! Flying petals covered a stretcher decorated with industrial ribbon and jewels.
My face turned red.
I couldn’t stand it and screamed.
“What is this………… Cough! Cough!”
No. I was going to scream.
But my throat, which clearly hates its owner, coughed up and swallowed all of my screams.
“Come on, sit here and rest!”
“No, don’t take me there!”
My hands and feet trembled and rebelled, but my hips settled on a beautifully decorated stretcher.
A giant green gem, believed to be emerald, glistened in a viridescent color.
“Oh, this is specially brought by the butler. You need to have the finest emerald to decorate your stretcher.”
They called out information I didn’t want to know.
What this gem is, how this cloth is a specialty of this place and how a few artisans have made it, I heard them constantly explain.
Paying attention was harmful to my mental health.
I secretly swallowed my tears, turning a blind eye to the constant flashing of jewels.
‘Wheelchair………I want to sit on a wheelchair.’
How shameful was it to be carried on that?
But now I have come to a point where I cannot see even with my eyes open.
Do you really have to live like this?
My nose got clogged due to my sadness.
“Master, I’ll hold it for you, so please lie down carefully. I’ve fixed the pillow, so you can lie down here.”
I can’t even get out of here when I’m struggling.
I opened my eyes, enduring everything by myself.
“What’s wrong with you? Master?”
Meia looked up with panic in her eyes.
She sat quietly on the cushion I had given her, with a face of not knowing what to do.
“You stay here and watch the hourglass properly. We will use it later.”
Will they listen to any useless order because it’s the Master’s order?
I pointed to the large hourglass which looks 100 times larger than the small hourglass that I have been using.
I had already prepared to use it when I got healthier.
The maids, including Meia, had a teary face.
They cheered my big, brilliant, bold dream with their eyes.
“Yes, I’ll keep an eye on you!”
Meia answered bravely as if asking me to leave it to her.
Meia’s eyes burned with fighting spirit.
Don’t look at it like it’s such a great dream!
The mood was unpleasant.
I lent Meia a thick cushion.They even sent soft rugs to help me fall asleep.
It didn’t matter if I slept over there or not.
If you rest comfortably, you will be grateful for the kindness of the Master who helped you during difficult times, and if you carry on, it might open up another path.
‘But it looks like he’ll be there for hours, right? How long will it take to come back?’
I was in a cold sweat and added coyly.
“Don’t stare too hard at the hourglass because it’ll be difficult for you.”
It seems that Meia did not understand the words properly.
Meia faced me, but her eyes were as if she was looking at her little sister who was holding her doll as a baby.
It was a face that wanted to protect her innocence.