“So where are we exactly going?” I asked as I followed the priest. But he didn’t answer. I glared at him annoyed. What kind of bad habit was this? Ignoring people in a daily basis? That was rude.
“Um, hello? I asked you a question?” I jumped forward to wave my hand in front of his hooded face.
“I heard you.” He responded.
“Then why didn’t you respond?” I crossed my arms and tried to step in front of him. Once again, he didn’t respond. He pushed me lightly out of the way and kept on walking.
“Hey! Wait for me!” I shouted catching up to him again. This priest was quite annoying.
“I would suggest you keep quiet and show some respect.” He finally said. I almost glared at him.
“Party pooper.” I mumbled at I trailed behind him. Moments later, we arrived at building. The priest stopped and turned to face me.
“You will meet the others in here. Then we will get down to business.”
“Wait wait wait. Others? What others? Others for what? I feel really out of the loop here, mistah.”
“It will all be explained later. Please go and introduce yourself to the others now.”
I sighed and pushed the doors open. I can only say that I officially hated that priest. I walked into the room and saw two kids standing there. The boy I saw earlier and some other girl. My lips curled into a smile as I waved to him.
“Hey! I know you! You were that kid that the bakers daughter was annoying!”
“Yeah. And you’re Sylvia?”
“Now. That annoying priest back there said that I’m supposed to introduce myself. Do you think that necessary? Because I don’t.”
“Well, Carlie doesn’t know you yet.” The boy pointed out.
“Carlie? Oh, your Carlie?” My eyes turned to the girl. I extended my hand. “Well, nice to meetcha Carlie. I’m Sylvia.”
“Uh, hey.” She smiled timidly as she extended her hand. I grabbed it and shook it vigorously.
“So, uh, I don’t think I caught your name either.” I looked up at the guy.
“Nice to meetcha too Aaron!” I stuck out my other hand and we all shook hands together.
“Well, I’m gonna have to go tell that priest that I finished my introduction.”
So, I turned to leave.