After parting ways – not before Dante explained that he’d like to meet at the library around mid-morning; hoping to give Tane enough time to do some suddenly unplanned shopping- he left the detective to his own devices. It wasn’t as if he had to babysit the Ace, so there was very little concern to let him find where he wanted to lodge for the evening. Rousing in the morning, a little closer to dawn than her would have preferred – he set to tending to a few things within the old crone’s abode. Having privately noted a few things the night prior when he had returned, Dante took care of what he could. A minor irritation flanked behind his mind’s eye at the few bits of disarray of his grandmother’s home. A single door had bent slightly on its frame – due to a lost pin – he merely took care of some of those pesky minor issues within. The sort that his father would ignore having disliked stepping into the house of course. It was closer to eight or nine when Zeid had come out from his offered room. Dressed haphazardly and hair wild in all directions; he blearily greeted the sheikah. The elder of them all came shortly after, kempt and ready for the day but making some sort of muttering about how it was too lovely of a day. Overall the general morning was uninteresting and didn’t need as much thought as he gave it. Self-narration dwelled within the confines of his head; only to be disturbed when Zeid sighed heavily. Hair no longer sticking up in all gravity defying tricks; anticipation was making its home within the younger boys body. Dancing back and forth on his feet, eyes were peering out towards Kasuto. Looking for the detective of course while trying not to look too eager. Although that last bit was failing. The library doors had unlocked about an hour ago; the receptionist nodded to each of them before she disappeared inside. “What time is it?” Zeid asked offering a side look before turning said irises skywards. “Not too long now;” Dante hooked a thumb through his belt loop, ignoring the question and answering mildly what the boy wanted to here. “Tane was probably taking the time last night to collect his thoughts after the night events. Don’t be too impatient, we aren’t going to suddenly have a break through on the first day Zeid.” Shoulders slumped inwards, “I know but-” Deciding not to finish but puff out his cheeks in frustration; he internalized it but kept his vision roaming before them.