"These delicious delights should do perfectly for today. You two keep up the hard work but remember to rest when needed." David nodded his head and tipped his hat walking out with his order in hand. He pulled a piece of the bread out, a sort of wheat bread that looked slightly different. They added a few grains and crushed nuts to it that heightened the flavor of it overall and David just could not resist it. He was so caught up in his bread eating he did not notice the crowd dispersing in front of him as young women and little girl both nearly bumped into him. With what time he had to react David bumped into the older girl only with his shoulder. "I deeply apologize miss." He took notice of the young one a small stain of blood on her face and collar. "Looks like you need to get going...oh here take one of these." David offered some of his helping of bread to Lira before continuing on. "Should brighten up anyone's day. I must be off." Again he tilted his hat with his hand and left. He still had yet to get to his original destination. Near the river was an old hand built house. There his mother and father lived. Even though rather old they still cared for the people around them making medicines out of new discoveries and old home remedies. He knocked twice on the door and proceeded to open it without an answer. "Hello? It's your son! I brought some bread from the market!"