“I think it’s time to leave now, Aurora. Thank you for the cookies. Bye, Take care.” He said and walked down the steps.
“Bye, Ash. I hope we meet again.” Aurora smiled and waved her hand.
I hope so too, Ash whispered waving his hand.
The sun was now shining bright, it was noon. On his way back, he kept humming songs and smiling for no reason. Soon, he got out of the Umbrane forest. As he was crossing the old-looking bridge, he wondered if he was forgetting something. With a splash of water, all the thoughts got cleared.
He completely forgot about the bucket when he was in her house. He rushed back to Aurora’s house. He remembered on his way that he left the bucket in her garden.
As soon as he reached her garden, he gasped once again, the entire garden looked dried up. It looked as if all the flowers were sad and droopy.
“Maybe she’s not at home, again.” He thought, smiling foolishly.
He crossed the Umbrane forest again and reached the bank of the Sanctus Lake, catching his breath.
He put the cookie box, wrapped in a red cloth, on the wet soil. And filled the bucket again.
He tried hard handling both, the bucket and the box but soon he reached his home.
“Where were you? I am dying here and you call yourself my friend?” Jason shouted and ran to the kitchen as soon as he got the clue of Ash entering the house.
“But, why? I made breakfast for you.” Ash put the bucket down on the floor.
“Oh great, Thank you so much! Don’t you know I hate to eat alone?” Jason asked, demandingly.
“So, you didn’t eat it. But I wrote that I’ve already had my breakfast” Ash said.
“You and I know this thing very well that we can’t fool each other. I know you didn’t eat it. Now let’s have breakfast, at 1:00pm, what a great idea.” Jason said arranging the plates on the table. “By the way, will you tell me what’s in your hand?”
Ash suddenly realised that he had a treasure in his hands, enough to make Jason more than happy.
“Your favourite cookies.” Ash said, much whispering.
“Did my ears hear something like ‘cookies’ just now?”
Ash giggled, “Yes, Jason.” He sat in the dining seat and unwrapped the box.
“Will you do it fast? Give it to me” Jason said getting restless.
“Wait Dude, good things ask for patience.” He laughed and offered him the cookies.
He picked out two together. And after eating the one, “They are.. so delicious. How do you make them so delicious?”
“She says it’s a secret” Ash replied.
“Did my ears hear ‘she’ just now?” Jason gave him a suspicious look.
“Oh, there’s so much work left to do right now” Ash said rolling his eyes here and there.
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