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Sawyer
You too!
Mon Oct 10, 2016 18:37
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Sawyer was glad when someone joined him. He grinned at the girl who introduced herself as Ayla Tremaine from Palo Alto. “Nice to meet you too. Yeah, I know what you mean. It is a little overwhelming.” He was from a small community. He lived in a small community where everyone knew everyone else and none of it involved a jig. “That dance was certainly something.” He left out the part where he was sure that he would end up falling flat on his face trying to do it.

He put a hand on his stomach. “I think I overdid it. I’ve never had some of the dishes that were served. They were really good and that’s saying something cause my mom is an amazing cook. She created some of the menu items at my family’s restaurant. There’s nothing like my mom’s blackberry cobbler.” He was started to get hungry just thinking about it. “I could really go for a piece right now.”

“Yeah, I think so. Maybe. I mean we have a map so that should be helpful. Plus, there were all those things that the Professor pointed out. But we could always navigate down the breakfast together? Strength in numbers and all that,” he joked. He had gone on numerous camping trips with his family, so he didn’t think that getting back down would be too difficult. Plus, later on, he might be able to find one of the other first year Teppenpaws to walk back with and they could do the jig.

Sawyer brushed some hair out of his blue eyes. His hair was always a mess and tended to fall into his face. “There are a lot of different classes than what I had back home. We talked about magic in school, but we weren’t allowed to actually practice it.” Of course, kids still did some, but they weren’t allowed to do anything significant since they hadn’t learned to control the magic yet. He didn’t really know the reasoning behind it all. “What are you looking forward to? I can’t wait to take Care of Magical Creatures.” His aunt and uncle had a farm in Tennessee where he got to ride horses and tend to cattle. It was seriously great. He loved music, but being on the land was a close second.

  • Nice to meet you!Ayla Tremaine, Mon Oct 10 05:10
    Professor Xavier’s announcement to follow him signaled the end of Ayla’s first feast as an official Sonoran. The new Teppenpaw was a little sad to see it end, but she knew that there would be others. ... more
    • You too! — Sawyer, Mon Oct 10 18:37
      • I'm glad we're in this together.Ayla, Wed Oct 12 01:04
        There was that smile again. Ayla always had a feeling that when she got to school one of her favorite things was going to be being around boys that weren't her brothers. Granted, at nearly 12, she... more
        • I'll Stand By YouSawyer, Thu Oct 13 19:31
          “Ballet? Yeah? My mom made us go to one. All the girls looked like they were dancing around on their tiptoes and the guys did abnormal jumps. I swear they must have been Wizards, but my mom told me... more
          • And sit by me at breakfast! Ayla, Sat Oct 15 14:11
            Ayla laughed at the description Sawyer gave her of the ballet he’d seen. It seemed pretty accurate, honestly. It was a lot of hard work, and maybe that way why Ayla hadn’t stuck with it, she had... more
            • Don't You Forget About MeSawyer, Sun Oct 16 00:40
              “My dad doesn’t really get too involved with the restaurant besides financial and, of course, eating there. My dad is a pastor for our church,” Sawyer explained. “So, everyone pretty much knows me... more
              • ImpossibleAyla, Mon Oct 17 12:48
                Ayla’s brow furrowed slightly as Sawyer described his father’s profession. She wasn’t completely sure what all being a pastor entailed, really. The Tremaine’s didn’t subscribe to any organized... more
                • I'll Stand by YouSawyer, Thu Oct 20 20:24
                  Sawyer couldn’t help laughing at the fish description Ayla gave. “I don’t really think that I want to be that big of a fish. Maybe a koi will do.” He wanted to get to know his classmates and the... more
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