(We'll be starting Saturday afternoon. Everyone will most likely doing chores, practicing their fighting or dancing or preparing for the Tribal Dinner. Remember, medieval, no technology.)
Damian placed down the basket, which was filled to the brim with blueberries. He had been given the task of picking blueberries for his mother, who was one of the maidens cooking for the Tribal Dinner. A gentle breeze caused his hair to sway slightly, thankfully he had worn a sweater and thick pants. He glanced around the large, verdant field to be sure no one was around, before he stretched and began dancing. He went through the basic positions, before trying a tama his mother had taught him. He had heard some people talking about the Inititations. If they were soon, he had to be chosen. Had to be! He was almost seventeen. He felt a little sad that they hadn't chosen him earlier, but as long as he didn't fail when it was his turn, he was fine.
Gabriel sauntered out of his house, sighing as he noticed the people bustling around the village square, preparing for the Tribal Dinner. I'm going to have to listen to those annoying elders again? At least there'll be good food
, he thought. He brushed his blonde hair from his face and glanced down at his loose, white shirt and navy blue trousers. He heaved another sigh and decided he'd just wander the area until it was time for the dinner. He walked past a group of people talking about the Initiation. Initiation coming up again, huh? Guess I should practice.
Delphi laughed softly to herself as she noticed someone fall in the midst of the crowd at the village square. She leaned against the wall of the bakery, nibbling a cookie. She was hungry, but she'd eat a lot at the dinner so why bother eat now? She just watched everyone walk by, feeling slightly bored. She'd heard about the Initiations, but didn't really feel like practicing. Eh, why bother?
(Not very good starting posts, I know. . . but it's almost one o' clock in the morning, and I'm getting tired. )
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