As he stood, he also realized that he had drank more than his share of his magical brew (coffee). Enough to float a whole galley of the King's boats at this point.
Reaching up to rub his tired eyes, Dulbee was careful to first remove his special glasses. They not only helped him to read but the darker lenses helped him to see what was hidden. Whether it was someone hiding in a cave or field, or a text hidden in a obscure line in a book, when he used these lenses all hidden objects appeared clear. "Maybe it's time to take a break and a short nap," he realized as his mind had certainly been blown away with all this new stuff to learn and he was beginning find it difficult to keep it all straight. "Better to start with a fresh mind and fresh quills again in a few hours," he told himself as he packed up his bag and headed out of the library and to his room in the castle.
But like so often, he barely got out of his clothes and his head hitting the pillow before there was a loud rapping on the door. "You are wanted by the King," a voice was shouting through the door. "There is an intruder in the garden and he commands you to bring your glasses." (Click here if you want to know who is the intruder.)
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