Amy is a little freaked out by this and what it might mean for her and her son (Crawley tells her not to get mixed up in that aspect of things (ha! She sees Coach Vogel (who is on the trip with her) and tells him she has to go because of an emergence (Amy Joubert seems to be something of a fibber-di-gibbit, at least on school trips).Once again they have no idea how many kids are on the trip.
Bast said he hasn’t read any of the things that came in the mail (“like you didn’t even read them hey? Bast says it would take a month just to read Moody’s.
Amy Joubert runs into Crawley with her field trip (The Met is crowded today).
Amy is delighted that Crawley is “patronizing the arts” and even more that he’s asking Bast to do a commission for him. She replies “There’s nothing I can do until all this with Lucien is settled and I can..,” and in another great play with names, he replies, “This Joubert you mean, yes.” [Crawley, it is her name too…] (307).
Coach Vogel says that he thought he was taking the kids to a basketball game (HA! And, it turns out that JR hopped a ride on the bus to go see the Egyptian stuff too.
As they head out the door there’s a peculiar interchange between her and Vogel [which I don’t quite get].. He says “I Could feel its whiteness” and then mentions Niadu Airgetlam (which I can’t find online at all–and I haven’t actually looked in any JR notes do as to avoid spoilers).