"She just had ice cream though...We'll just have to talk it out" Sasha replied. "The door is right there"
Levi headed back to his room, attempting to keep his mind occupied as he opened the door. He took a seat on the bed, realizing he probably could use a chair and a desk.
I wonder what shipping prices must be like here...
He soon began stocking his closet with the few pieces of clothing he had. Upon nearly emptying his suitcase, he found a familiar green handkerchief wrapped around a neatly folded piece of paper.
Don't read it, it'll only make it worse.
He unwrapped the paper, before unfolding it.
You're only doing harm, stop.
He let out a deep sigh before reading the first lines.
How are you doing man? keeping out of trouble I hope. I've heard about how you took up swordsmanship, that's pretty cool dude!" Glad to see you finally decided to openly do your own thing and I hope Mom and Dad are proud, I know I sure am. Keep working at it and I'm sure you'll be a expert in no time!"
I know its been a while since I came home, but being a medic is a busy and stressful mess. I've seen a lot of good men die, a lot of men not much older then you have lost their lives out here and it's a scary thought to know that my own brother is looking to join their ranks. But I know you'll make a fine soldier, maybe a General or something someday. You're probably really nervous, and that's fine. You don't need to feel like you have to go. Just know whatever choice you make I'll be behind you, supporting you all the way.
That's all a bit glum though, how's life back home? Are the siblings keeping you properly annoyed? Have you finally learned how to talk to girls?
I'm just messing with ya, time's a bit short though so I'll have to talk later. Goodbye
Your brother, Dr. Jerom South.
Levi's once composed and clam demeanor had shattered, his strong body feeling weak as a newborn kitten as he sobbed. He rested his head in his hands, letting out a scream of grief and bewilderment.