Seraphi- Talk with the dad

"Um, I could try to.", I said as we walked down the street. "Thanks!", Lowey said smiling. "I've got to figure out how to talk with him though...with out him hating me more...", I said as I took another bite of the hot dog. "Are you scared of my dad?", Lowey said. "Hm, not really. Is that what Umbra said? I'm not scared of him, it's just that since I don't have parents, I don't know how to really interact with them.", I said as I tried to figure out how to speak with him.

After a bit of walking, we came to Lowey's home. She climbed in through her window and I went to the door. "Okay, this is it.", I laughed in a depressing manner as I knocked. The door opened slowly as the father stood there looking at me. "Oh, it you. What do you want?", he said as I starred at him. He was intimidating me and I was some what annoyed by it. "I thought I should talk to you about the Lowey and me. Hopefully to clear up some issues.", I said as he continued to stare at me. "Well?", he said as he walked back in the house and I followed. "SO, has Lowey said anything about us?", I said as the father sat. "Yeah, and I plan on sending her to her aunt.", he said. "And why is that?", I asked. "Because, I don't like you. You're poor, homeless, and you look like a failed science expirement.", the father said. He was really starting to get on my nerves, but I took a deep breath. "But if you send her away, then she won't be able to become an excellent meister. Not only that, she'll lose her friends and she'd be alone, except for Pawa.", I said. "I don't want to hear about this from someone who is a street rat.", he scoffed. "Yeah, I am a street rat, I do live on the streets from time to time, and yes, I don't know what's it's like to have an immediate family. I may have lost my entire family when I was little, but I was taken in by Dr. Stein, and now I have friends, many of whom, are my new family.", I said as I stared directly at him. "So tell me sir, do YOU want to be souly responsible for you daughters' unhappiness? Or how about her feelings about being seperated from all she's known? If you do this, then she would feel alone, abandoned by her own father. And how about her mother, your wife? How would she feel about this? You, her husband, her daughters' father, sending Lowey far away from her?", I said as the father sank in his chair a bit.