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Ugh this is the part I hate walking to the castle in the cold thick snow I see a great stone structure rising in the distance In this lifeless structure my life unfolds From sunrise to sunset this is where I work as a servant girl Most of the time I am assigned mundane jobs such as cooking and cleaning but sometimes a curious odd job turns up for my attention Walking over the drawbridge I hear it creak and groan it will soon be replaced for in an attack it will not hold well The moat has frozen and some unfortunate servant will have to go break the glistening slippery ice But even the ice cant hide the foul-smelling cesspool I walk towards the great hall this is where my day begins Entering the hall I look up at the great high ceiling wondering how they ever built anything so grand I hurry down a narrow cold draughty hall that leads to the kitchen Hot steam engulfs me in this enormous room I am but a helper to these fat women who gossip all day about the lord and lady I hear them talking and of course I listen Meredith the cook talks first with wisps of gray hair flying around her flour-smudged face Yesterday I went up the tower to the ladys room and you wouldnt believe what comforts she has I went up the stairs to the tower but I could barely make it because the stairway curves to the right as to make it harder for any attackers to attack The ladys room is beautiful Its walls are covered with tapestries from Normandy Her room even had a fireplace in it While the others were expressing how jealous they were and asked for more details I now go over to one of the walls I lean against it to cool myself down The cold stone feels wonderful against my sweaty skin
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