Adaire sat at her table immersed in the scrolls before her. Little one you have done enough studying for one day. I miss our days in the sky, come play with me. Tarsus mewled feebly like a little kitten and she could now help but to give in. She exited the study onto her balcony and smiled down at her fast growing dragon. "Tarsus you are a dragon not a kitten you should not mewl!" She laughed merrily at the sweet antics of her beautiful dragon and the partner of her mind. He was the best thing in her life now, and she loved him like she had loved no other before. He was her best friend and they shared even the most intimate of thoughts. I did not mewl and I am nothing like those little balls of fur. I am a mighty dragon. He punctuated the sentence with a mighty roar that shook the tree her study was built in. "I know you are not a kitten Tarsus of the Skies. I merely said you should not mewl like one." She only used his full elven name when scolding him for something silly he had done. They never got into any serious fights just their silly little bickers. I hear the rumors of other dragons and it has made me restless Adaire. I want to fly with you upon my back again, leave your silly magic scrolls so that we may take to the skies. It is a beautiful day. Adaires only answer was a mirthful laugh as she leapt from her high tree onto Tarsus' waiting back. Two hours later Adaire sat upon Tarsus' back watching the clouds fly by. His beautiful white scales sparkling in the sunlight. Tarsus, do you think we'll make good teachers? Adaire asked in her thoughts. Of course we will little one, no one knows more about bonding than us. They landed in the clearing close to Adaire's study. Besides, you're my partner. I picked you because of how amazing I know you can be. Now you better prepare for that student your supposed to be getting. Adaire agreed and hugged Tarsus around his large neck. "I will Tarsus, thank you." She laid a kiss on his hard scales and climbed the tree back up to her study.