Seems reasonable
Fri Feb 23, 2018 10:25

“Wait until you teach the children of the first set of children you taught. That’s a super fun one. Wait until you have colleagues born the same year as your own children,” Selina retorted, when Gray had the audacity to say he felt old. “Especially colleagues born the same year as your youngest child, who then sit and complain about feeling old,” she added, giving him a wry smile.

“I think technically he tried to hit John Umland, and the headmaster just… got in the way. And John… I mean. Obviously students should never hit each other. But there are some who you feel much less surprised than others when it finally happens, put it that way. Anyway, Joe’s not continued to be a menace. Has he?” she checked. He had never been a menace to her, but she was aware that she was quite firm and had impressive seniority, and Gray… Gray looked more like a librarian than the librarian did.

“Ok, so it’s either Jozua specifically, rampant Teppenpaws with a lack of due respect and adequate Teppishness, or Nathan being cursed?” she summarised. “I suppose dealing with cursed faculty would make it my problem again… Maybe we should get the Prarie elves to check the water supply to Teppenpaw?” she suggested, starting to feel somewhat better. Yes, the students were all mad and out of control, but at least they could still laugh about it.

  • When Selina began glancing around, Gray was momentarily nervous, worried about what was going to come up now , but it just turned out to be semi-serious (at least he hoped it was only semi-serious)... more
    • Seems reasonable - Selina, Fri Feb 23 10:25
      • Excellent. I’ll gather the cavalry. - Gray, Fri Feb 23 20:10
        It took Gray a moment to catch the implication in what Selina was saying, and then he looked surprised. Due to his glasses and none-too-distinguished chin, he knew this was an absurd look on him.... more
        • And wine. Wine would be good. - Selina, Fri Mar 2 20:25
          “Thank you,” Selina said, deciding to take what Grayson had said as a compliment. When that sort of remark came from children, it usually meant that they hadn’t considered their teachers might be... more
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