I Became An Academy Spearman — Chapter 107. A Date That Is Not a Date (1)
He could not see anything except blue.
He leaned his back against a park bench, finding it hard to take his eyes off the sky.
Should I train moderately?
In fact, he planned to take the whole day off on Saturday, but decided to return to the training camp. Then, he got up late for the first time in a long time and trained a little because he was bored, the day just disappeared.
Sunday came after that.
He was in the park waiting for Glesia.
“…I feel like I become clumsy when I don’t have the spear.”
It had only been a week after classes started, but so much had happened in such a short time. Although they were positive events for him, they happened so fast that his mind could not assimilate them.
He had also connected with many people.
Leonhard, Yumia, Dave, Carly, Luna, Millia, Glesia and even children of the imperial family.
He had established contact with them. Some relationships were fragile.
He hoped to deal with them.
That worried him.
When he held the spear, his thoughts became simpler. His mind was steadier, because his only focus was to advance. Posted only on NovelUtopia
He had to look after his relationships so that the gap would not shatter them.
It was not so easy to socialize.
He had to treat this issue seriously.
He should not neglect his relationships even if his growth was important to his . They were also essential for his development.
This is difficult.
He sighed .
He wished his mind was as clear as the blue sky.
Suddenly, another blue color appeared in his vision. It was Glesia.
“Is something wrong with you?”
He shook his head as she sat down next to him.
“It’s not important, it’s about relationships.”
“Well… it’s about people, right?”
“I have nothing to say. I find it difficult to relate to people myself.”
Glesia revealed her awkwardness.
She spoke with such clarity that he doubted if she had ever been dishonest.
This is unusual. She’s special.
“I’m sure you’ll get better in the future.”
Then, he thought about the relationships she had with other cadets.
It was obvious that she didn’t know how to treat people, but he thought it was funny that she said it as if she suffered from this.
He didn’t think it was so necessary for her to take it seriously.
“I hope so.”
“It’s all gradual.”
He made eye contact with her.
She didn’t avoid his gaze.
He realized again that her eyes did not contain love.
“Is there something you want to do?”
Glesia looked at him in silence.
She didn’t seem to have any plans.
“You didn’t think about it, right?”
He smiled at her immediate response.
It seemed that Glesia felt more comfortable when he was leading her.
“We won’t be training today.”
“What are we going to do…?”
“We’re going for a walk together today. We can go to a coffee shop or a convenience store. We don’t have to train so you can understand me.”
Glesia understood his words.
“That is reasonable.”
“Yes, but you have to pay.”
She smiled at his joke.
“I’ll do it.”
When Glesia agreed nonchalantly, he got up immediately.
“Then let’s go to the coffee shop right now.”
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