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This story is No. 2 in the series "What we are". You may wish to read the series introduction and the preceeding stories first.

Summary: Follows ‘Doctor Janet Fraiser, Ghost’ by two or more years. Cassie gets accepted into the university of her choice and is writing home.

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Stargate > General > Characters: Cassie FraiserPaBurkeFR13368,4194109128,34115 Dec 0413 Jun 08No

Letters from School (Life’s Lessons via Greece) 32

Letters from School (Life’s Lessons via Greece) #32

Word count: 200



I’m assuming that you’ve heard about Cassie’s crush, Kurt? She hadn’t mentioned him to me. I got to meet him today. He’s quiet, respectful and wary. He is grieving. I fear that Cassie is too stuck on this guy; he is completely focused on completing his sister’s goals. He’s not interested in archeology, but the kid is good with languages. He’s fluent in Greek, which is a reason that he was included in the trip. He’s here so that the other kids can go into town and avoid trouble. So he is here to accompany all ‘fun’ night trips into town.

IE: dancing.

Which apparently he doesn’t do during the school year. Cassie’s managed to get in Kurt’s group every time he went into town and has danced with him. Is there anyway to discourage her? Can you discourage her? He is attracted to her, but there’s no emotion. It’s just physical. If it goes too far, Cassie will get hurt because he doesn’t really care for her.

You have to do something. I’m scared of what would happen if I approached Jack with the problem. He’s unpredictable. He could do anything, or nothing at all.

Help please,

Letters from School (Life’s Lessons via Greece) #32b

Word count: 100



I love Greece! I love Greek people, history, clubs, music and dancing! This is the best trip ever!

And the dig is fun too! We are working on a corner part of a previously established dig. Some friends of Dr. Giles needed extra some (cheap) man (and woman) power and asked him to bring students. So we’re digging with spoons and brushes. It’s hot, dirty work but I’ve found some pottery already. I’m hoping that I’ll find all the pieces to make a whole pot, but that’s wishful thinking. There’s a lot of wishful thinking happening here.


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