“Oi, you, its lunch time!”
Oops, I was distracted by the letter.
I this world (era) without television, you could only obtain information by reading letters or books, or by being there yourself.
You can get information from adventurers and peddlers from neighboring countries, but everything outside this continent is an unknown world as expected.
While ships can cross the continent – they do have airships, so there is diplomacy between the continents, but the countryside sees none of these benefits. On the contrary, most people do not even know that airships exist let alone a continent beyond the ocean.
Fortunately, I have my memory from my previous life. It helps us a lot, but since I don’t know that much, I become uneasy when I can’t get information.
Besides, I used to be a media student (from the latter half of my twenties) in my previous life. Television was a close friend.
Until about 5 years old, I was too busy living and getting accustomed to life, partially because I wanted to get a grip on being able to use my three abilities and magic.
Due to the surplus coming out from last year, I began to seek external information.
I obtained a book from the peddler’s daughter, but the book is very expensive, and only this month have I earned enough to get my fifth book. Therefore, I can only get stories I can listen to in a single night.
Therefore, when I received Lar’s letters (since I get it every half year, it’s worth about 3 books in information), it becomes a source of information and entertainment, causing me to forget the time while I read it.
“Sepuru, help mom, Tota, put the baggage of the stuff over there.”
I instructed to pair who had spread Lar’s souvenirs all to the side.
Brother’s orders are absolute (it’s my daily pride). Even if they complain, they’ll follow my instructions.
Quickly gathering the items and putting them in the bag, Tota quickly joined Sapuru in the house as I bundled everything up with barrier.
“Well, what now?”
It is also a problem to carry that amount into the house, and if I put it in the storage warehouse, it’d only clog it up more… Ah, whatever. I’ll just set it aside near the house.
Lar’s country has many great magic users and these gifts – a magical barrier was put on them. Still, they’ll go bad if I don’t fix the barrier.
Once wrapped in a new barrier, I put in front of the house and go inside.
I won’t have to worry about it for the remainder of the morning because the barrier will keep it fresh.
Warming the stew with magic, Sepuru prepared it was a cold boiled egg. The fish from this morning was turned into fish paste, so we used some freshly caught river fish.
We have a wonderful meal for noon.
“Thanks for the meal.”