Summary CofC - January 30, 2009
The Diary of Evelyn Stimple
October 1, 1927
Jarvis, Mrs. Timmons' manservant, made arrangements for me to spend some time in Providence, RI with Mrs. Timmons. He said she had a matter of urgency to discuss with me regarding my old school friend and her son, Brian. From what Jarvis told me Alte would be there as well.
Mrs. Timmons had also invited other acquiantences of Brian and the Timmons family, Mr. Goodness, Dr. Sneed and
OK. So I’ll be reading away and then boom, all of a sudden my eyes are moving along the page, but no longer processing anything. I’m very visually oriented, so typos, comma misuse, apostrophe abuse and subject-verb non-compliance stand out from the page and wave a flag at me, saying, “Here I am! Here I am!” But the ones that tend to really get under my skin and completely derail me when I hit them are the homophones.
My mind starts turning. I’m thinking about all the eyes that were
Updated 02-15-2009 at 08:32 PM by TAROT
As we all gathered at Aeval & Harley's for this game session, we were once again joined by a new member. Old School has taken over the character of Ethelrede the fighter. Fezi's daughter was fine with this since it would allow for her to be able to have some fun with the other kids too.
The party awakes the next morning and proceeds south towards the location that they have been told is where the entrance to the Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth are to be found. They were happy to have
Updated 02-11-2009 at 04:52 PM by cplmac
Nuclear Weapons Storage Facility
In case you have ever wondered what one looks like. They have built some new stuff since it was closed and the U.S. troops and nuclear weapons relocated. I think it is still part of an operational Greek military base. Not as impressive or sinister as one might see portrayed in a movie or novel.
My son will probably kick my butt someday for giving him the nickname Quado, but he has spent most of his life attached to my left arm. He is in fact, right there sleeping as I type.
My son was almost born 3 months early, but they managed to keep him in until almost 2 weeks from his due date. My wife had low amniotic fluid the whole pregnancy and they couldn't figure out why. When Nate was born he was fine, no problems, but about two weeks later he started throwing up and wouldn't