How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Ahh, Samhain

I love the sensation of the distances between worlds thinning, as well as how everything switches from the Seelie forces of spring and summer to the less controlled, darker forces of Unseelie.

It's pretty. I love this time of year, I love this particular day, and I just love love.

Tonight, I'm going to wander the streets with a bag filled with candy- and hand it out to passerby. I can't tolerate the idea of sitting indoors on a night like this! Also, trips must be made to Prospect, and if we can find it, the Forest Hill Cemetary on Pauling- an overgrown, abandoned cemetary.

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