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Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
Rylehtin'akksavith wrote:


::The water is getting colder.::

:: Thats because of the Fungus, it heats everything near it, and since we are moving away from it... It feels colder, but due to the twin suns... its never cold on this planet except in the trenches::

::Is that where the sentient life on this planet lives? In the trenches? Or just in the deep water? How do they deal with the cold? It's not like you can just put on a jacket underwater....:: she continued to look around curiously as she fired off question after question, trying to understand this strange new world.


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:


He chuckles and he encourages her to follow him to the open water

::this way youngling! Follow, me...::

She swam after him, a bit bemused. She wasn't sure she would ever get used to being called youngling again after such a long time being older than everyone else.

::The water is getting colder.::


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:


::search the ocean floor and you shall discover the source of life:: comes an ancient and thoughtful voice....

::Yes, you are obviously a fast learner. That is exactly the sort of insanity the 'fortune cookie' dispenses in the name of wisdom,:: she said, amused.


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Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
Rylehtin'akksavith wrote:


::Oh, I don't know...laying around as if crushed under the weight of your years dispensing the wisdom of fortune cookies isn't nothing,:: she teased, darting off to see more of this new underwater world.
"You have to have wisdom to dispense.... To do that..." then sheess darts behind a huge shoal of fish

She laughed. ::I really need to introduce you to the concept of the fortune cookie. It's rather bizarre. They put these little slips of paper inside a crispy pastry and on the paper they write things that are either blindingly obvious or so insane that no one could make sense of them. Apparently this is what passes for 'wisdom'. Quo, the monk who raised my daughter, was ridiculously fond of them and perpetually spoke in that fashion. I rather suspect that he was responsible for writing a number of the sayings thus dispensed.::


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
Rylehtin'akksavith wrote:
Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
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::It's...you...Ooh! You shouldn't scare me like that, you trickster!:: she scolded, though she was obviously more relieved than angry.

::well it is dangerous...:: he teases back ::to smaller creatures and the unprepared...::

::Well, so much for maturity coming with age,:: she laughed. ::You are as prone to pranks as any of the children.::
::if I acted my age....I would do nothing at all :: sheess pokes fun back at her....

::Oh, I don't know...laying around as if crushed under the weight of your years dispensing the wisdom of fortune cookies isn't nothing,:: she teased, darting off to see more of this new underwater world.


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
Rylehtin'akksavith wrote:
::It's...you...Ooh! You shouldn't scare me like that, you trickster!:: she scolded, though she was obviously more relieved than angry.

::well it is dangerous...:: he teases back ::to smaller creatures and the unprepared...::

::Well, so much for maturity coming with age,:: she laughed. ::You are as prone to pranks as any of the children.::


::It's...you...Ooh! You shouldn't scare me like that, you trickster!:: she scolded, though she was obviously more relieved than angry.


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:

::(mental laughter)::

The slotted eye opens to a circular pupil

edit:

::Its not anything of the sort, its not quite living, well not in the terms of sentience or of the living of elementals or humans::

Sheess pulls her back slightly

::That was....fascinating.::

::If a bit nervewracking without warning,:: she added with a slight shudder.

She was careful to not make any sudden movements until she was well away from the strange eye and then swam away quickly.

::Are there any other surprises you are planning to use to tease me like that?:: [i]she asked dryly.[/]


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
Rylehtin'akksavith wrote:
Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:

Sheessuroussen stays close and as ryleh looks down she realizes that she is looking at a creature that is staring at her... its orange pupiled eye rolls with molten fires and it appears that the source of the light and heat is this creature

::don't make any sudden movements...

Ryleh froze.

::What....is it?::

Its eye is roughly the size of a Skimmer in diameter....

::the peoples of this planet's oceans call it the wellspring of fire....and it is said that it is the reason the world has mountains...::

::Some sort of elemental? Does it...not mind being stared at? I don't think that antagonizing it would be the wisest idea....::


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:

Sheessuroussen stays close and as ryleh looks down she realizes that she is looking at a creature that is staring at her... its orange pupiled eye rolls with molten fires and it appears that the source of the light and heat is this creature

::don't make any sudden movements...

Ryleh froze.

::What....is it?::


Sheessuroussen wrote:
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::these creatures make this display to baffle predators and protect themselves :: sheess explains and then wraps his tail gently around her claw and swims foreward gently towing her under the mobile display, towards the heated vents under the reef

She was a bit surprised when he started towing her, but she assumed that he knew where he was going. He was obviously quite familiar with this place. She looked up at the swimming fish as they swam underneath, appreciating the way the light flashed off of their colorful scales as they swam back and forth.

Eventually she looked where they were going as she started to notice the temperature of the water going up.

:Volcanic vents?:: she asked.

His response is a distinctively draconian grin ::not quite::

His mind is somewhat shrouded like he is trying to hide a big surprise ...

::look into the vent and do NOT move too quickly...::

Her curiosity piqued, she did as instructed, moving as slowly as she could manage given that she was still not used to moving underwater.


Sheessuroussen wrote:


::these creatures make this display to baffle predators and protect themselves :: sheess explains and then wraps his tail gently around her claw and swims foreward gently towing her under the mobile display, towards the heated vents under the reef

She was a bit surprised when he started towing her, but she assumed that he knew where he was going. He was obviously quite familiar with this place. She looked up at the swimming fish as they swam underneath, appreciating the way the light flashed off of their colorful scales as they swam back and forth.

Eventually she looked where they were going as she started to notice the temperature of the water going up.

:Volcanic vents?:: she asked.


Rylehtin'akksavith wrote:
Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
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::Crystalline plants....that sounds fascinating. I would love to see them. And that does explain why sentient beings on this world live under the water. This place is so very different from Agartha....I want to see more of it,:: she said eagerly, trying to look at everything at once.

Come with me" sheess says as he swims downward toward the reef, the larger fish (car sized) don't seem to care about the presence

Under the overhang of the reef is a cave-like area with thousands and thousands of fish swimming in tons of complex pattern

::It's so beautiful,:: she said, almost reverently as she watched the pattern unfold before them.

::Is this why you've never been inclined towards creating artwork? This...it's like having mobile artwork to watch whenever you please.::

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Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
Rylehtin'akksavith wrote:


::Crystalline plants....that sounds fascinating. I would love to see them. And that does explain why sentient beings on this world live under the water. This place is so very different from Agartha....I want to see more of it,:: she said eagerly, trying to look at everything at once.

Come with me" sheess says as he swims downward toward the reef, the larger fish (car sized) don't seem to care about the presence

Under the overhang of the reef is a cave-like area with thousands and thousands of fish swimming in tons of complex pattern

::It's so beautiful,:: she said, almost reverently as she watched the pattern unfold before them.

::Is this why you've never been inclined towards creating artwork? This...it's like having mobile artwork to watch whenever you please.::


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
Rylehtin'akksavith wrote:


::Fascinating. I wonder why there aren't also sentient creatures on or near the surface....does it have to do with the radiation from the double suns do you think?::

::As you like. I found that I was...not dressed for swimming. This was more convenient.::

Sheess's human form melts into unyielding blue scales, massive muscle, and a magnificent mane of whitehair.

:: the annual storms scour the surface of this world bare except for the heavier foliage.... Those plants that are not torn from the works are quartz based crystalline skinned things that are nearly indestructible after their first season:: sheess explains in his true form.... His tail constantly weaves pushing back the currents and keeping him stationary

::Crystalline plants....that sounds fascinating. I would love to see them. And that does explain why sentient beings on this world live under the water. This place is so very different from Agartha....I want to see more of it,:: she said eagerly, trying to look at everything at once.


Sheessuroussen wrote:
Rylehtin'akksavith wrote:


::Really? What sort? Are they also aquatic? Or do they live on the islands? Why are the fish so colorful? I've never seen fish like these before.:: She paused her torrent of questions because a slight current made her billowing dress uncomfortably impractical to swim in. She shifted into her dragon form, now able to swim through the water easily.

The more sentient live near the bottom of the ocean in the deepest trenches, the fish are quite colorful because of the dual suns and the chemical balance from the purifying reef....."

Sheess watches her transform

Should I transform as well?"

::Fascinating. I wonder why there aren't also sentient creatures on or near the surface....does it have to do with the radiation from the double suns do you think?::

::As you like. I found that I was...not dressed for swimming. This was more convenient.::


Sheessuroussen wrote:
Ryleh wrote:
Sheessuroussen wrote:
Ryleh wrote:


::The water is indeed clean...it this planet uninhabited?::

Sheess looks at Ryleh confused "you are observing the inhabitants.... Those fish are all living here."

Ryleh will be easily able to figure out that sheess makes no distinction between humanoid and fish

::Ah...I meant sentient creatures...something one could have a conversation with. I don't particularly count fish. Even if you try to read their thoughts, it's pretty much just brief impressions of hunger and fear. Such creatures would be incapable of producing much in the way of pollution.::
there are sentient species here as well, some smarter than others..." Sheess says simply

::Really? What sort? Are they also aquatic? Or do they live on the islands? Why are the fish so colorful? I've never seen fish like these before.:: She paused her torrent of questions because a slight current made her billowing dress uncomfortably impractical to swim in. She shifted into her dragon form, now able to swim through the water easily.


Ghalen Kiln wrote:
Rylehtin'akksavith wrote:


"The records don't speak of a malady...given the reactions of the firebirds to genetic abnormalities that seems a reasonable enough explanation. If you bring him back make sure to shield him against the warmth."

"Thank you for your assistance. We will protect him with magic if he wishes to return with us. While I have you on the line, do you know anything about a temple here?"

"Old fire temple. Used to be a pilgrimage site for firebirds before the volcano went dormant and they got too uppity to set talon on the ground."


Ghalen Kiln wrote:
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"Thank you, that is very helpful...hmmm....let me see...."

"Yes, I've got him. But...this is...his records are unusual. they're all over the place. We had four different records all for this same boy. He's listed under two different names and some of the records list him as deceased and others as abjured. Looks like the abjured ones are actual family records. The general official records state he was stillborn. Obviously a falsification....I don't think I should tell his family name if he'd rather not. They're...unpleasant people. That really is the kindest description I can come up with."

"He had said they were dead. Is his malady something that can be cured? Would you advise against him returning to Avalon with us? Is there any indication of why he is like he is?"

"The records don't speak of a malady...given the reactions of the firebirds to genetic abnormalities that seems a reasonable enough explanation. If you bring him back make sure to shield him against the warmth."


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Ghalen Kiln wrote:
"I can give you better than that, Ma'am. Please ready a device to receive data." After a brief delay, Ghalen sends their location, and streaming video of the conversations with Pyry.

"Thank you, that is very helpful...hmmm....let me see...."

"Yes, I've got him. But...this is...his records are unusual. they're all over the place. We had four different records all for this same boy. He's listed under two different names and some of the records list him as deceased and others as abjured. Looks like the abjured ones are actual family records. The general official records state he was stillborn. Obviously a falsification....I don't think I should tell his family name if he'd rather not. They're...unpleasant people. That really is the kindest description I can come up with."


Ghalen Kiln wrote:


There is a brief moment of silence
"Thank you."
He waits a moment for Ryleh to connect.
"Ma'am, thank you for your time...he proceeds to repeat what he told Aananda about Pyry.

He clicks his external speakers on again
"Just a moment Oniero, if you please. I may receive some information that could prove useful in our current situation."

"Can you give me your exact location? If I can scry on the group I should be able to get a look at the boy. It will make cross-referencing a great deal faster. I'm already working on sorting, but we looked through a great many records last night."


::Yes, of course I will help...you are much too prone to overworking. I am glad to see you delegating some responsibilities,:: she said crisply.


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:

No.... I refer to teachers as teachers, or by their names.... :p

Only Rylehtin'akksavith is ruler of the planet

Why in Io's name would I want to rule a planet? That sounds like a great deal of trouble for no good end. They are perfectly capable of ruling themselves...I provide occasional advice when asked and that's all. -.-

and I am not asked all that often.


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:

"as you wish Rylehtin'akksavith"

Sheess bows at the waist, his blue robes folding with another rustle

"Is there any particular type of tea you prefer, Sheessuroussen? I would be a poor host if I continued to serve a variety that you were averse to."


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
"perhaps while Sheldlonsorunsun is in school?" Sheess says as he walks to one of the walls and examines the stones.... Trying to hide his smile

"I generally have some free time in the morning. Or in the late evening like now."


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
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Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:

You say that as of her with a lair is a bad thing" he teases...

"so.....what do you do to pass the time? "

"Aside from tinkering with this place? I teach history classes at the school. I read stories to my youngest grandchildren. I spend time visiting my great-grandchildren in the incubation chamber. And the occasional crisis management when family gets in over their head."

"And of course I spend a sizable amount of time....monitoring things," she said with a nod towards her scrying array.

sheessuroussen smiles... "would you have time for tea most days?"

Sheess enjoys her company immensely, it is quite obvious

She smiles. "Of course. One should always make time for tea."


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:

You say that as of her with a lair is a bad thing" he teases...

"so.....what do you do to pass the time? "

"Aside from tinkering with this place? I teach history classes at the school. I read stories to my youngest grandchildren. I spend time visiting my great-grandchildren in the incubation chamber. And the occasional crisis management when family gets in over their head."

"And of course I spend a sizable amount of time....monitoring things," she said with a nod towards her scrying array.


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:


Oh....too sparse?" He says still marveling at the scintillating light colors from the shining gems...
" where did you live before here? "

"My first memories are of my parents' lair, but they are the fuzzy memories of a small hatchling, mostly impressions of glittering color. But I remember my grandfather's lair quite well....it was a veritable warren of rooms each one of them a work of art in and of itself. I have a long way to go to be able to match that level of artistry. My first lair was....closer. We were still so optimistic then," she said sadly. "After....after our first clutch was murdered we moved around too much to bother with anything other than basic utility. Tyrellius hated that. He was an artist and fighting for survival....well, he wasn't really cut out for it."


Krayskopiasthexum wrote:
::I'm going to keep swimming, if that's ok.::

::Yes, of course, just don't wake up the child.::

She transformed into her human form and folded her hands into her sleeves.

"This way," she said, leading the way back to the door they had come out of, into the kichen and then through another door that led to a flight of stairs that went down....and down.....and down......and then down some more.

Eventually it led to an ornately carved stone door with a security lock panel beside it. Ryleh touched the panel and the door swung open.

Inside was an enormous cavern. There were carvings and mosaics made of semi-previous stones covering the walls and the curved ceiling. The floor was highly polished stone. Along one side of the room was what looked to be some sort of complicated filing system, with shelf after shelf of scrolls, crystals, odd looking machines, and other assorted objects. Along another wall was an alcove filled with crystals, mirrors, basins of water, clear glass globes, and other assorted tools used for scrying. At the far end of the room was a large basin carved into the floor and filled with sand, presumably a spot for sleeping.


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Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
Rylehtin'akksavith wrote:
Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
:: is there any place on the grounds that either of you would care to show me? :: sheessuroussen asks, not wanting to cut their talks short because of Sorun resting....
::Since you were kind enough to show us your lair, I could return the favor. You would have to switch to human again. The only way to access it as a dragon is to earth glide.::
:: sounds good :: he says making his way to the surface

Ryleh was having some trouble with water. She wasn't used to it. So instead she dived down into the rock, swimming through the earth surrounding the lake and out through the surface near the shoreline.


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
:: is there any place on the grounds that either of you would care to show me? :: sheessuroussen asks, not wanting to cut their talks short because of Sorun resting....

::Since you were kind enough to show us your lair, I could return the favor. You would have to switch to human again. The only way to access it as a dragon is to earth glide.::


Krayskopiasthexum wrote:
::Couldn't Jim just make it so it didn't itch?::

::Bending reality is not the same as changing it...and maintaining concentration while molting is challenging to say the least. All they managed to do between the three of them was make things worse.::


Krayskopiasthexum wrote:
::Wow, that bad, huh?::

::It was right before they started school at Avalon....think about the abilities of those three and then imagine all three of them stuck in a room while their skin is itching and burning and cracking.....think about just how bad that could go....and you almost have the picture.::


Krayskopiasthexum wrote:
Rylehtin'akksavith wrote:


::And you may not have to deal with molting for a long time, Krayskopiasthexum, but the same cannot be said for your mate. Ephebe has a little more than two decades before her next molt. Not to mention the frequency one has to deal with it with hatchlings. They become so very cranky every time it happens.::
::Ha! I bet! I've seen her through worse, though. Cranky kids can't be that bad.:: the last bit he says with the naivete you'd expect from someone who has not dealt with them.

She was about to respond to Sheessuroussen's comment when Krays said this and she had to stop and just focus on not floating back to the surface at this point as she was overcome with laughter at the sheer naivete of that comment.

::Ask Aananda sometime about just how bad cranky kids can be during molting....during their last molt the triplets were nigh insufferable,:: she said through her laughter.


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
Krayskopiasthexum wrote:

::Ugh...molting...I'm glad I have a few hunderd years till the next one.::

Looks at the sprite
::I believe she is a student here.::
I'm going to become a wyrm in the next year my molting will happen then....:: sheessuroussen says with a toothy grin...

::Remind us all to keep a decent distance when that happens...I doubt you'll be laughing off molting then,:: she joked.

::And you may not have to deal with molting for a long time, Krayskopiasthexum, but the same cannot be said for your mate. Ephebe has a little more than two decades before her next molt. Not to mention the frequency one has to deal with it with hatchlings. They become so very cranky every time it happens.::


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
Rylehtin'akksavith wrote:


::He is adorable. And just at that age when they cause the most trouble....he is likely to cause you no end of problems, but I'm sure it will all be worth it.::

::What causes the iridescent effect?:: she asked, cautiously, not wishing to offend.

Shards of my scale fractured into the rock as I smoothed it out....it wasn't really painful....it was like molting:: sheessuroussen sends :: my scales are minutely rainbow when viewed from the side...::

the dragon retreats slightly from the entrance, :: we should let him sleep....oh and a word of warning.... Don't bother scylla...the sea hydra::

::Interesting.....and since when is molting not painful?::

::A sea hydra? Is this one of Ormarr's friends?::


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
Krays wrote:

Swims along after Shees

::Impressive::

The iridescent sheen on the walls gives the impression of being on the inside of a pearl, the jiaolung looks inside and grins

:: look... :: sheessuroussen projects pointing to an alcove with Sorun curled up on a bed of kelp woven into a mat :: Sheldlonsorunsun... My ward, son of the lord of water....::

::He is adorable. And just at that age when they cause the most trouble....he is likely to cause you no end of problems, but I'm sure it will all be worth it.::

::What causes the iridescent effect?:: she asked, cautiously, not wishing to offend.


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:


As soon as she touches the water she knows the enchantment worked...

:: this way :: sheessuroussen slips through the water like a dove flying through fog, utterly perfect in his maneuverability.... He swims to the bottom of the deepest part of the lake...

There is a smooth half circle dug straight into the bedrock, a testament to his strength and dexterity...

:: my home :: he projects with pride...

::Things look very different under the water,:: she said, enjoying this unusual experience.

She didn't comment on his home. Honestly, she wasn't sure what to say. Being an earth dragon it seemed....well, really a bit....spare? Anything she said would seem condescending. She imagined that without the use of magic, psionics, or innate abilities moving stone aside was quite challenging. At least, that's what she'd been told by those who lacked those things.


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
:: down.... Move to the center of the lake and follow me...:: waits for Ryleh to fly to follow and slips into the water circling around watching the others...making sure Ryleh is comfortable enough to follow him below the waves...

Ryleh flies up and dives following Krays but not too closely. She had some hesitation, but she was confident she could hold her breath long enough to get to somewhere she could glide through the earth to catch her breath if the enchantment to allow her to breathe water didn't work.


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:


Size category?

Gargantuan.


Ryleh walked out into the garden and when a respectable distance from the school let her form stretch and expand, feeling the relief of being able to unfurl her wings. There were times when she wondered if she would ever get used to walking around as a human.

::Ah. That feels better.::

Her scales were the same deep purple color as her hair when she was in human form, and her shape was streamlined without horns or ridges. She was a good deal larger than her granddaughter had been, though.


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
Rylehtin'akksavith wrote:
Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
Besides... I just want companionship... I am too well bred to force my affection on one who doesnt desire it...

......

How do you feel about tea?

.......

I may have to actually assume my human form.....

Tea would be wonderful...

If only she and he met in game....

this needs to be arranged....:)


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:
Besides... I just want companionship... I am too well bred to force my affection on one who doesnt desire it...

......

How do you feel about tea?

.......


Dragonborn3 wrote:
I though Zeppler was a gnome...

Like I can tell the difference. He is short. And persistent. And you knew who was talking about, now, didn't you? :P


Jiaolung Sheessuroussen wrote:

Wait... Are humans tasty?

And wow who is that delicious young dragon...?

Not especially. In general I find omnivores to be much less tasty than herbivores though.

And ...you are speaking about my granddaughter? Because that can't possibly be in reference to me since I'm over six hundred....this isn't going to turn into another situation like with that halfling is it? ;P


Vai Sunwake wrote:

You know folks. Let this be a lesson of the dangerous of enjoying crunching someone in half.

You never hear the end of it... even if it isn't quite what you were expecting people to say.

I think I'm going to have to go crunch some more people to shut the mummy up! If he keeps going on, I'm going to do it!

It's only exciting the first couple of times, dear.

And then you have centuries of guilt.

And why are you taking advice from a mummy?


Phaezeriel wrote:
::I can link sixteen others, and I believe I can count myself as three as far as spreading the pain around; the Abyss teaches much about tolerating pain. That would give us effectively nineteen 'shares.' I think we will go ahead with this idea then.::

::Then I wish you luck and I hope that your efforts are able to help this child. I would suggest testing those you intend to include before the actual procedure to make sure there are no weak links.::


Phaezeriel wrote:

Letting his invisibility fade, Phaezeriel finishes the trip into the egg chamber and settles on an outcropping a short ways up the wall.

::Ryleh, I stumbled across a conversation about one of the new students, one of the firebirds I believe, who has some trouble with her bones. I don't have all the details, but apparently when they try to heal her, she experiences immense pain. And likewise if Ananda tries to use the nanites to reduce the pain. I think that I can help. If I can find several psychics who are willing to help and form a metaconcert, I can take the pain from her empathically, and spread it over many people so that it becomes bearable. What do you think?::

::Hmm. In theory that should work, although I would caution that it might require a large metaconcert if the pain is intense. Based on what we saw you do during the war games I believe you could handle a metaconcert of that size.::


Phaezeriel wrote:

::And a good day to you Treisdan.::With that, Phaezeriel resumes his flight and quickly finds and enters the secure wing.

He attempts to reach Ryleh privately before reaching the egg chamber, ::Ryleh, do you have a few minutes? I have come upon an idea that may help one of the new students and would like to check it with you.::

::I am simply watching over my great-grandchildren at present. I have plenty of time now to speak with you. You are welcome to come and speak with me.::


Lysander Sandwalker wrote:
Ryleh gets all nervous when I'm around them too. Weird.

Weird is not the word I would choose. Sensible, perhaps. Cautious, even.

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