Text is from Spencer's the Faerie Queen, which has the most popular version of the St George story. the passage is from immediately after the final battle.
School is still pretty insane (16 year olds should know how to read and divide, WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU PUBLIC SCHOOLS! also, finding out that you're pregnant and still in middle school is not something that you high-five your friends over, shit children), but I think I'm starting to get a handle on things so updates should be slowly speeding up.
re: yamilink:THanks ^_^
re pfmoi:yes, Bahamut demands that she sees the story through to the end.
re iamOne: thanks, things seem to be slowly turning around
re Azhtann: Sadly joan will be never be able to compete with Drake's hair then.
re tRickityHouses: thanks, I find her the hardest to write for.
re StellaFrost: yeah, it makes we pretty angry. The poor kids deserve better.
re Miyuangel1: ^_^ half of my conversations make no sense to outsiders.
i was in h.s. not that long ago.....so i know exactly what your talking about, but from the other side of the class room. thank you for continuing to persist with this absolutely FABULOUS comment, its a delight to read, ^___^
I really love the depiction in the background of this page, and the claw marks add a nice touch.
Not being able to read at 16 is kind of a problem in today's society. I can kind of understand if they are dyslexic though. I have two younger brothers (14 and 10) who are dyslexic and they have a lot of trouble reading.