We see what other's can't, they have what we don't.
The next day at the ministry, where Asia would have her practice to be an Auror, it was fun to be in a new place. Being in Wiltshire my whole life was dull. The farthest from home I was Hogwarts, which rather close to Wiltshire.
Lucas started to grow jealous over other boys with Asia, even though he still seemed bubbly around everyone, I knew him better than that.
Where me and Lucas would be staying was two small identical beds. The room was average, there was nothing special about it.
Though, it was more advanced than where we were from. The Wizarding world is old fashioned after all.
Lucas was over at his bed. He smirked at me. "His trial is today, I don't know if I want it to go on. I specially don't want Asia to witness it." Lucas said sadly.
I sighed, "It'll be fine, she's smart, she'll figure out a way," I smiled at Lucas.
"Maybe she doesn't want to Tom," Lucas seemed gloomy about the situation. "I guess your right." I sighed once more.
"Let's go, we shan't be stuck in our room all day. It's a great chance to experience something new," I smiled at Lucas, tearing away the low-spirited attitude I recently had on.
"Alright then, let's go see Asia." The two of us headed out of our room. Closing the thick door behind us, I noticed a letter on it.
"What is it Tom?" Lucas peered over. "Nothing." I continued walking.
I had noticed how unconventional the place was compared to Hogwarts. It was pleasant, I liked it. Though, I still enjoyed the old fashion way of life.
Me and Lucas looked for Asia. The place was different, therefor Lucas couldn't walk on his own without someone holding his hand.
I held his arm slackly. "This way," Lucas almost bumped into a wall. I nudged him over to where I was heading, the right direction.
I wore my badge that was for visitor "protection". I saw the ‘with her' below me and Lucas's name. I interrogated it a bit.
Finally, we saw Asia hanging out with a man named Kingsley. I didn't think he liked us much, but same goes to him.
"Lucas!" Asia rushed over to Lucas with a bright beam on her face. "Hello Asia!" Lucas cheerfully responded.
"Missed the both of you!" she hugged the both of us tightly. "It's only been a day," I coldly responded.
"A day is a lot to me," she said sarcastically.
Lucas hold on to Asia, letting go of me. "Your going to see Caim's trial, right?" I said hesitantly.
She changed herself to being cheery to a pessimism. "I don't know, you'll have to be there too, for support or something like that." She said, fearful.
"I don't know, Caim doesn't deserve this, he's only injured you, and he's just a kid." Said Lucas being the sweet, bubbly person he is.
"I know, I feel bad too, but there's nothing I can do about it." She smiled a little to cheer up the mood.
"It's today…right?" I asked.
"Yes." She responded sadly.
"It's fine, we'll be here for you." I turned my head over to Lucas that looked nervous for Asia. He didn't want her to experience his trial.
"Well, I'm guessing you'll be called anytime soon for it." I choked it out. "Yep, it's downstairs." Asia held on to Lucas's arm firmly.
It felt like forever we had been chatting. "Asia Abernathy-Lovegood, Toby Caim's trial will be soon. Come in." said a man waiting up some stairs.
"You two, go to your room or something." Said the man, shutting the door that led down the stairs.
"C'mon Lucas, we'd better go." I held on to him again, leading him to our room. We both sat there in boredom.
The room seemed boring now. I would even rather be where Asia was than this.
I noticed Lucas was pacing around the room. "She's fine Lucas." I knew what he was thinking about, of course it was Asia, he's always thinking about her.
"It's just-" I stopped him with a grin.
"Don't worry, there's no need for it. Asia's fine." I said, putting my hand on his shoulder.
"Your right." He sighed, dropping on his bed.
"Of course, I am." I laughed. Lucas sparked a smile on his face too.
I hope you enjoyed! Sorry if I messed up something, and if it's short.