Francis was an interesting man. Son of a wealthy merchant. He was named after the country of France. As his Italian father was such a francophile he married a French bride and made her name him after the country of her birth.
Twice he went off to war only to fall sick on his way to crusade. He then became a roguish lay about. Writing poetry and hanging with a rough crowd. His father then made a merchant out of him. Until he sold the large shipment he had to restore a church that his lady acquaintance Claire liked.
Being told I own everything you have, Francis took off his clothing and left his home naked to become a beggar.
From there he became sainted in multiple faiths.
You know how yesterday was all productive and going to plan? Yeah....today was nothing like that. I spilled coffee in my ear this morning. (Tripped as I was holding my travel mug and the lid popped off as the mug hit the top of its arc, splashing right into my ear.) The rest of the day went pretty much like that. It was a splendid show of klutziness and incompetence. Like the three stooges with one person playing all the parts. :P
You're not to take after me.
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Now I recall why I don't hardly ever come by anymore.
Just a Mort wrote:
Dummies & Dragons
Garfield Minus Garfield
Giants in the Playground
Kill 6 Billion Demons
Knights of the Dinner Table
Star Wars Manga
On the off chance you don't know about any of them. I only left a couple out.
So status update. Bleys is home out of the hospital but he now has another lifelong issue to deal with.
This is one of the reasons, plus the blow up in the other threads, that I have not really been around.
Oh and the Main water line that runs under my driveway has been finished and my water is back on.
hey we are more real than Kolob. Not sure about Narnia or Arda however.
Color me curious, where are you?
Freehold DM wrote:
Yet lack of personal responsibility is one of the major issues of our time. Everyone wants to blame others, or outside forces for why they have, or don't have what they seem to think they want or need.
The future is what we make of it. That requires both effort and an attitude that things do not have to be a dystopia.