A morning stroll in Magnolia Town was all she needed to get rid of the stomach ache that she had been suffering from for about an hour now, she thought. So that was what she was doing, casually walking around the town of Magnolia that housed the Fairy Tail guild, a very mean expression on her face like she was about to kill someone sooner or later, which might be the case if this stomach ache did not go away soon. Holding her belly like she was about to give birth to a baby today, she groaned and grumbled as she walked like someone who had a leg problem. Thank god everyone was still asleep, otherwise it would be totally embarrassing for people to see her in such a state. But the moment she heard the huffing sound from behind was the moment she stopped in her tracks, stopped groaning and turned back to see what it was that was behind her. As usual, she would have her very intimidating face, so it seemed like she wanted to kill the poor man who appeared behind her with a bag of papers. “What do you want?” was her very friendly way of greeting a stranger she literally just met.
“H-hi! I’m a mailman and I just...um...my mail truck has lost power and I can’t deliver all the remaining twenty letters on my own! Please help me...even though I have very little to offer. Two hundred and fifty jewels will be alright?” the delivery man asked with a sheepish smile. Dimaria gave him a skeptical look, then nodded. She was sure that would help her stomach ache go away because all she needed was a distraction from the pain.
“Alright I’ll help you. I’ll take off half your workload,” she said, then accepted ten mails from him, carefully holding them as she began her mailing adventure. This was the first time she was ever delivering anything to anyone. In fact, at first she was totally clueless as to what to do. Was she supposed to drop it on the ground? Throw it into a window? Wait for someone to come and get it to make sure that they get the letter? She was totally lost in thought, what in the world was she suppose to do? “Damn it. Should have asked him,” she muttered in disappointment at herself. But of course once she reached the first house, the address written on the mail of course, she noticed that there was some sort of box attached to the gate that was supposed to be there for receiving mail. How convenient. And with a smile she would slip the mail into the box. Lucky for her, almost all the houses had those on their gates. Except for one. A single house of one of the recipients did not have a mailbox! Very annoying, to say the least. So she just decided to leave it somewhere noticeable, so she slid it under the gate, hopefully the would see it.
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