“So. This is our last day together, before you return home.” The little old woman studied the boys – young men – standing in front of her, pleased with what she saw. She deliberately let the silence lengthen, but they didn’t move, maintaining their respectful stances. “When your grandfather Mori Shintaro called and requested that I come out of retirement and take you for training,
“I can’t believe I’m gonna be in sixth grade!” Tum Tum bounced excitedly in his seat, his words as always slightly garbled by the piece of candy in his mouth.
“Yeah. One more year and you might even be considered a real boy, instead of a human candy disposal.” Colt teased.
“Shut up, spaz,” Tum retorted. “I’m a growing boy.”
“You’re a bottomless pit.”
Starting with the fact that I haven’t done a general site update for this domain since I bought it, and ending with the fact that there’s a WHOLE lotta customization going on with this layout! I love it so much; all the colors and everything. SO much more to do though, but I’m excited!
“Quite the conundrum you’ve got yourself into, Duchess.”
Anastacia Jacobs glared at the owner of the drawling voice, trying not to grit her teeth. “Get out of my way, Princeling.”
Ryan Princeton didn’t move from where he was leaning nonchalantly against her locker, and leaving absolutely no room for her to maneuver around him. When exactly had he grown up? She wondered.