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

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Okay, I know it's bad that morning is 11:48, but today I got up the earliest all through this glorious four day weekend- 10:30. I would have slept more, but 'Manda lent me It. Good book so far. But my, is there plenty of it left. I'm not quite halfway.

This weekend has been gloriously relaxing, and I must say that I am proud- I have started an actually CREEPY and GOTHIC vampire campaign (which is something I've never witnessed before!). It's set in mid 1920's NY... the Empire State Building is still under construction. I'm having to rethink my plot, because I came up with evil villians, expecting the chars to work against them. Instead, it looks like the characters are all going to be evil.

Alright... time to clean myself up and grab some breakfast.

Side note- I love you all.

Other side note- Change is in the air. By the end of the month, it's all going to be different. What "it" is I don't know. But something big is going to happen. Big on the scale of Remy's life, or big on the scale that someone in Kansas might care about? I dunno. I wouldn't go building a bomb shelter yet or anything... ust keep your eyes open y'all.

I need some sort of divinatory aid to practice with so as to get a clearer picture of my intutions.

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