A place to keep my memories, in case the worst happens
by Lily  March 1, 2011 3:17 am

It’s been quite a while since I’ve had time to sit down and expunge my tired brain of what’s been going on.

It’s not that I’m any busier than before, it’s more that so much has happened and I’ve just not had the energy when I get here to write.

First and foremost, there’s the wedding.

The wedding is gradually coming together, with scheduling issues being sorted out. Announcements about the announcement party should be handled very soon, so long as Fretty doesn’t procrastinate.

ser Slyph’s “curse” has been unwound, and she’s looking much better. On pain of death, I’ve been instructed to not actually voice my opinion on the matter, so I’ll leave it at that.

I think the people around town haven’t been taking this marriage seriously. Just because it’s taking a while to put together doesn’t mean it’s any less real! I’m hoping that the party will alleviate the doubts. mister Dyaus and mister Ootog have been hired as Zo security, on the off-chance that an old flame arrives at the party and decides to gut Swanky like… I probably should leave it at that.

An update to my list :
– Find and invite mister Blubrug
– Hear back from Ma’ta Diotima
– Hear back from mister Xepel about his meeting with Bard Orphkin
– Start collecting Trophies for decoration
– Get on Swanky to handle his contest
– Finalize the wedding party
– Start putting pressure for coordinating attire of wedding party

All in all, I’m learning a lot from planning this wedding. It may not seem like much, but I’m learning how to motivate and coordinate exiles. I’m sure the skills I’m putting together for this will be valuable for other situations, as well. Despite the comments I’ve received about putting my studies on hold.

In other news..

A close friend of mine has been having a troubling time. It angers me when people talk about him, but gossip only perpetuates gossip. I refuse to contribute to it. When he’s feeling better, I trust it all will be forgotten.

ser Slyph has told me to become a bard. and I won’t deny that the idea hadn’t crossed my mind before. However, I am currently too swamped to try to write anything, much less contemplate auditioning, so this may end up being either forgotten entirely by ser Slyph or a long-term project.

And finally.. Ferals are obnoxious.

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  1. Reply by Anonymous March 2, 2011 at 6:01 am

    A touch of mind control will easily stop a Feral in its tracks, providing your Feral is not inordinately clever.

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