Grief, it’s raining and lightning like someone really cheesed off Zeus this morning! It certainly made driving to work interesting. Traffic was obnoxious!
Nathan: You took your horses out in that sort of weather? Have you know sense, woman? And who is this Zeus person?
Cullen: No kidding! These are days YOU STAY HOME. Making your poor horses struggle through that - that’s just cruel! They should be taken from you.
Simon: Evil! Just plain evil! How would you like to be slogging through mud and rain, dodging lightening and pulling someone’s carriage behind you? You should be whipped, that’s what!
The Mage Sister: Okay, calm down guys. Our ‘carriages’ don’t require horses. There were no horses.
Nathan: Are you sure?
The Mage Sister: Yes, I’m sure.
Cullen: Your carriages run by mage craft?
The Mage Sister: Um… you might say that. Yes, they run by mage craft.
Nathan: Didn’t know we had any settlements there. You must be very wealthy to be able to afford carriages run by mage craft – it’s not cheap, you know.
The Mage Sister: Well, I wouldn’t say we’re wealthy or it’s cheap, but we manage. Everyone has them, and we have to use them every day.
Cullen: Ah. There she goes again.
Cullen: She’s telling one of her whoppers again.
The Mage Sister: I am not!
Nathan: Good one. You had me going. Carriages run by mage craft, indeed.
The Mage Sister: No really!
Cullen: Some people just don’t have enough to fill out their day.
The Mage Sister: Rrrggh!