“Why would they want to be turned? Isn’t being a vampire a curse?” I asked and his eyes lit up.
“Yes! Yes it is! I’m glad someone understands! Being a vampire isn’t all fun and games but we try to make the best of it! Those girls are just so vain that they want to live forever. Or become the Princess of the undead.” When I gave him a look he sighed. “Well, the Grimshaws are famous even in the vampire world. We are kind of like...royalty? So whoever my ‘bride’ will be will have quite the title.” I couldn’t help the little snort of laughter. Meir raised an eyebrow and I waved my hand at him.
“I’m not laughing at you Meir; I’m laughing at your bride to be. I worry for whoever it will be.” He laughed.
“Don’t be so sure Jun. It could be you if you play your cards right.” That sent me really laughing. We had to stop and I sat on the floor laughing.
“Me? Are you kidding me? I would never marry a vampire!” He crouched down in his suit to stare at me.
“But you said that you would marry anyone who was like your Mother, right? What if that was true with me?” I gave him a disbelieving look.
“Like you could be like my Mom Meir, you are just...you couldn’t.” He smiled.
“Alright, whatever you say Jun. Come on, let’s get going. I’m sure the Mother mentioned is quite concerned about you.” Meir had a point and after I had calmed myself down, with his help I got to my feet again and we continued to the dining room which was quite a ways away. When we got there someone else opened the ridiculously tall doors. They must have been at least two stories high. Mom and Dad had been standing by the fire talking with the man from before and all I could see from behind was that there was also someone else sitting in one of the chairs in front of the fire as well. When the doors opened Mom rushed over like a bullet and tackled me, which did wonders to my headache.