Author Notes Edit
If you’re having trouble reading this page, you’re probably thinking too hard. Just read down. ^_^
Other than that, not much to say but thank you for reading through the first two chapters. If you’ve been out of the loop and/or not paying attention, I’ll remind you that there will be a small weeklong hiatus from the main story next week (meaning no new pages at all next week). I’ll be using this time to play catch up a little, so I can continue to plan my updates accordingly. I know it sounds weird, but trust me, it works out.
Anyway, Chapter 3 will begin on the following week, starting with Monday, March 28th. Love you all and I’ll see you then. ^_^
Do you think I'm doing the right thing, Aunt Fara? Going to school like this?
What is this, all of a sudden? Having doubts now? I don't think that's something I can answer for you. Only you know how you feel, right? I mean, forget Gavin for a second. Are you happy being able to present yourself as a girl?
And you know, all the boys in your class who were sending you notes were only doing so because they see a girl when they see you, you know. Doesn't that make you happy?
I... guess I hadn't really thought of it like that, but... you're right.
I figured. You were too busy freaking the hell out.
Don't be. You're doing better than you think so far.
So, what should I do about Gym?
Ugh... I'm really sorry about that. I just thought the other teachers were joking around when they called Father Quenton "evil incarnate". I didn't think he'd actually be such a pig's ass.
Ha ha ha!
I'll see what I can do. But maybe just pick your poisons for now. Try to make a habit of not feeling good on days when you're going to do especially active sports.
Thank you, Aunt Fara. For everything. You're too good to me.
No problem, hon. I promised your mom I would. And that's a promise I'd never go back on.