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Thu, Feb. 19th, 2004, 05:14 pm

I don’t like this initiative place that Erin has been staying at, it seems so dangerous for someone so young to be going to but that wasn’t what freaked me out the most. When we walked in all of the demons started freaking out yelling slayer and trying to get at us, but Buffy wasn’t there.

The woman Maggie assumed that I was the slayer but that is impossible, couldn’t tell her why but me being a demon I cant be a slayer…and Buffy cant be dead.
When Erin and I left we headed home, I talked to her about getting back to school and she told me how she met a guy, Oz’s cousin Jordy actually. He’s a pretty cool kid, met him a few times.

After Erin fell asleep during our movie I left and went for a walk when I head “Slayer” being growled from behind me then got jumped and thrown to the ground, in response fire shot out my hands and dusted him. I sat there in shock a moment then hurried off to Buff’s needing answer’s but no one answered so I just went home and sat on the couch all night just thinking.

After dropping Erin off at school the next morning I walked into the library looking for Mr. Giles but found a lady there instead “Where’s Mr. Giles???”
“he doesn’t work here any longer, may I he-”
I cut her off “address…do you have his??”
“I’m sorry miss but that is confidential”
I growled at her annoyed then hurried off back to my car and back home where I sat on my computer and broke into the schools system.
“What’s his name…um.. Robert? No.. Rudolf? No… Rup...Rupert! Ha! Bingo” I said to myself as I typed it in and it all came up.
I wrote it down then hurried off to his house, parked and went to the door knocking.
“Mr. Giles?? Its Ariel Morgan…you know me from the school. I really need to talk to you” I called through the door almost begging.

Sat, Feb. 21st, 2004 04:09 pm (UTC)
sweet_ariel: Re:

"oOo" i said as he brought out the swords, i took one and carefully brought it out of its holder, love swords.

"Mind if i try it out?" i noted his living room where these was an open space and nothing to hit

Sat, Feb. 21st, 2004 04:23 pm (UTC)
rgiles_watching: Re:

'Please, feel free,' I replied. I was eager to see how she handled herself. If she was half as skilled as she was enthusiastic, she would be doing quite well indeed.

Sat, Feb. 21st, 2004 04:25 pm (UTC)
sweet_ariel: Re:

I smiled to him and walked over, showed him what i was taught, was taught by perfessionals for years before my dad left us for his secritary, and practiced by myself in the backyard ever sense