Because I really don't want to know what lies behind my son's bedroom door. The sign was actually written by his little sister.
At least she caught her own spelling mistake -- thank you, All About Spelling!
Have a wonderful weekend, everyone!
So Charles the VI sent a message back rejecting Henry's claims [to lands in France]. His son, the heir to the French throne, sent Henry a rude insult along with his father's message. He packaged up several tennis balls and told Henry, "You're just acting like a child. Stop running around threatening France, and go play some tennis instead to burn off all that extra energy."
The French army cut off Henry's retreat and met his ragged band of soldiers at a field called Agincourt. Henry was outnumbered, but he had no choice. He had to fight, even though his soldiers were tired, cold, hungry afraid, and outnumbered.
The Battle of Agincourt , which was fought in 1415, was a turning point in the Hundred Years' War. Henry went on to take control of a large part of France. And the French king, Charles VI, gave Henry his daughter, Katherine, as his wife.