"There's no pizza in Troet?" I asked shocked. I guess I so used to have pizza I didn't think that other countries were going to have it. He shook his head no. "Oh." was all I could say.
"Andromeda! Luke!" London shouted as she ran in. "Mom says it is time for dinner," she finished as she ran off. I started to walk to the door before Luke called my name. I looked at him.
"Thanks for talking to me. I don't really get to talk to people my age," he told me. I smiled.
"No problem. I'm always here if you need to chat," I promised as I walked out of his room and into my kitchen. Mom was over by the stove, stirring something in a pot.
"Where's Luke?" she asked. Luke walked in when she said that." Oh! Did you get packed?" she asked him and ignored her last question to me.
"Almost. Thank you for allowing me to be in your house, Mrs. Smith. I know you didn't have to," Luke thanked my mother. My mother just smiled as she set the pot on the table.
The next day I had to go to school but I had to first drop off London at her school.
"What is this thing called school?" Luke asked me as I handed him a backpack we bought him before he arrived.
"It's a place where you learn a bunch of stuff. Do you not have schools in Troet?" I asked. He shook his head no. "Well, that sounds like heaven to me!" I added. He looked at me confused.
"Why? Is there something wrong at this school you go to?" he asked as we walked down the road. London was far ahead of us but not so far where I can't see her.
"It's not like I don't like to learn it's the people who go there. They act so childishly," I answered as I kicked some small rocks under my feet. He just nodded like he understood.
After we dropped my sister off my school was just next door so we didn't have to walk too far. As I opened the door everyone in the hall stopped and stared at Luke. There were girls whispering and giggling but that is all you could hear.
"What is everyone staring at?" Luke leaned over to me and asked. I pretended not to know because it is hard to explain to a guy that these kids have never seen a prince before. After about twenty minutes of silence, everyone was back at talking again. I showed Luke his locker and how to open it. I felt a tap on my shoulder and turned to face with the most horrible person in school.