9. June 13th, later
Well, I got past my aunt. I slipped some sleeping medicine into her tea. So she's passed out on the couch. I got our old P.O. Box. Inside was a few things, a magazine from six months ago, a book from my mom's book club, and an envelope titled KAT. I hid in the bathroom and opened the thing.
Good girl! Your parents knew you were smart. So, for the next key, you know about the chest your father hid those bills that had been paid in. Go.
I know that chest pretty well. I used to like to pretend that I was a pirate and I'd found my treasure. So i slipped back in and found my aunt still asleep. My parents room was on the second floor. It was locked. "Dang it!" I yelped. But I remember where Mom used to hide the key. On top of the door frame. I reached up on my tip toes. "Got it." I whispered. The key slipped in. The chest was on my father's desk. I stuck the key in and shuffled through the old bills.. Finally I saw one, KAT. I opened the yellowed envelope.
Very smart girl. Now where did your father keep his books, and your Mother would read to you?
My Father's Library.