The problem was there was just so much to learn from the Dragon Orb... and it was so interesting too!
Forgetting about the coffee, Dulbbe started searching around his chair trying to find another quill from his bag. He had written down so many notes that he had almost demolished his whole six month supply of quills and ink. "It's a good thing I had a lot of spare parchment with me too," he thought. "I really did not want to have to write on the sleeves of this shirt. It's the last fairly clean one I have."
As he continued searching for a new quill, he reminded himself that he really needed to watch keeping his hands out of his notes. It added to why his clothes were always stained from the ink he used, especially his sleeves, but this time it was because of something different. What he was writing down was just too awesome that he didn't want to smear his notes of this Dragon Language of Old. "I am learning Dragon!" he told himself again in disbelief. "Who would have ever thought I would find another language to learn."
Dulbbe considered himself very proficient in languages as he knew so many and even a few obscure ones, like the one of numerology. But this Dragon Language was totally unique. It almost had a musical quality to it plus a hint of the numbers which added to it's mystery. He couldn't wait to tell his cousin Hewy (click here to learn who Hewy is) about the musical side and wondered what he would make of it.