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Celestial Healer wrote:

There are different ways to meditate, too. It doesn't have to be sitting on a mat in a lotus position surrounded by incense burners. I have known people to meditate lying flat on their backs, an focusing on muscle relaxation, breathing, and clearing one's head.

I don't do it as much as I used to, but I probably should.

Whenever I do, it always amazes me how much tension I am carrying in my shoulders.

This sounds very similar to what we used to do in some of my acting classes. (Breathing, relaxing, losing the tension, warming up before show, etc) Lining up our spines on the wall or the floor was always fun. :/ You have no idea how un-straight your spine is until your trying to line it up with a wall!

Yeah shoulders are for tension what tables are for loose papers & junk (in my house), Everything just collects there! Because it can. ;P


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Treppa wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Treppa wrote:
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^This. Especially the meditation bit. I used to think it was a load of sh1t. It isn't
You think so, too? I feel a right doofus sitting repeating to myself "I am strong, I am tough, I am ambitious, I will succeed." But yeah. It does something.

I go by results. Since I began a routine of mindful meditation I have gone from walking in the penumbra of total overwhelming despair to some of the happiest times I have ever experienced. Living in the moment connects you to your life in a really meaningfully way. Exercising conscious control of your mind allows you to believe in yourself and not waste your time in endless should be/might have beens. The past is immutable. The future is not guaranteed. All you truly have mastery of is this moment. This one right now. And every moment is precious. By exercising total control over your present you can craft the direction your future takes.


Doggone it! Hang on,...

(Turns clothes back right-side-out)

Huh, Treppa's right.,, The inside-out clothes ARE more comfortable. No tags or seams. ;)


Ragadolf wrote:


Hey, I watched Fantasia! Elephants in Tutus are AWESOME! ;P

Those were hippos!

Ragadolf wrote:
Apparently old age has me both cynical and grumpy.

Dude, if you don't quit calling yourself old, Imma dope slap you through the intertoobz! You're younger than I am, and the only time I feel old is when I read one of your posts calling yourself old. It's getting on my nerves, man! You're bringin' me down, dude, harshin' my buzz. Hey, you, get offa my cloud!


Celestial Healer wrote:

There are different ways to meditate, too. It doesn't have to be sitting on a mat in a lotus position surrounded by incense burners. I have known people to meditate lying flat on their backs, an focusing on muscle relaxation, breathing, and clearing one's head.

I don't do it as much as I used to, but I probably should.

Whenever I do, it always amazes me how much tension I am carrying in my shoulders.

I've never meditated on a mat. I do my best meditation while walking. I focus on breathing and repeat my mantra:

I am here
I am now
I am solid
I am free

When my overclocked brain tries to lead me into some bizarre thought pattern I recognize it, dismiss it, and refocus on breathing and repeating my mantra. Think of it like a brain defrag program.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

There are different ways to meditate, too. It doesn't have to be sitting on a mat in a lotus position surrounded by incense burners. I have known people to meditate lying flat on their backs, an focusing on muscle relaxation, breathing, and clearing one's head.

I don't do it as much as I used to, but I probably should.

Whenever I do, it always amazes me how much tension I am carrying in my shoulders.

I've never meditated on a mat. I do my best meditation while walking. I focus on breathing and repeat my mantra:

I am here
I am now
I am solid
I am free

When my overclocked brain tries to lead me into some bizarre thought pattern I recognize it, dismiss it, and refocus on breathing and repeating my mantra. Think of it like a brain defrag program.

I need to figure out how to use this to get past my panic attacks. I get frozen, unable to start something because I'm terrified of...? Failure? I dunno. I was going to try meditating to get past that, but then got afraid to meditate. It's a creeping malaise. >_>


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Ragadolf wrote:
You have no idea how un-straight your spine is until your trying to line it up with a wall!

Aren't spines supposed to be curvy, not straight?


Ragadolf wrote:
You have no idea how un-straight your spine is until your trying to line it up with a wall!

Aren't spines supposed to be curvy, not straight?

Followup: is the board double-posting again?


Also, while walking mindful you concentrate on the soma. I had bad plantar fasciitis, until by really concentrating on observing my walking patterns I realized I was walking like I was trying to b!@*$slap the ground. By being aware of my walking I modified my gait and now no more pain. It is amazing how much of our lives we live on autopilot


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Treppa wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

There are different ways to meditate, too. It doesn't have to be sitting on a mat in a lotus position surrounded by incense burners. I have known people to meditate lying flat on their backs, an focusing on muscle relaxation, breathing, and clearing one's head.

I don't do it as much as I used to, but I probably should.

Whenever I do, it always amazes me how much tension I am carrying in my shoulders.

I've never meditated on a mat. I do my best meditation while walking. I focus on breathing and repeat my mantra:

I am here
I am now
I am solid
I am free

When my overclocked brain tries to lead me into some bizarre thought pattern I recognize it, dismiss it, and refocus on breathing and repeating my mantra. Think of it like a brain defrag program.

I need to figure out how to use this to get past my panic attacks. I get frozen, unable to start something because I'm terrified of...? Failure? I dunno. I was going to try meditating to get past that, but then got afraid to meditate. It's a creeping malaise. >_>

Treppa you might enjoy a book called The Mindful Geek. It comes at meditation from a scientific algorithm place, devoid of any of the mysticism trappings


Visualizing what you want helps too. And not worrying about the how. I bought tickets to GenCon because I want to go. And I will make it happen. By being sure it will happen, it will. I could (and have) come up with a million reasons why it can't. Guess what? It will happen. Because I believe.


aeglos wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
aeglos wrote:
hi everyone
aeglos! You did not respond to my praise of your country's facial cutlery in the fawtl thread! The razor is amazing!!!

Hi FHDM,

I guess I have not looked into FaWtL since Patrick opened the Treeford (because all the old crowd hangs around here and FaWtL today is a lot about video-games and comics, both areas I have no knowledge about)

[Schwarzenegger voice] Ein dreifach donnerndes HURRA vor German ingineering [/schwarzenegger voice]

are we talking electric razor?

~indignant look~ Hey now! I resemble that remark!

~grins~

it is not a criticism, fire away about those topics, its just not my cup of tea

Totally agree aeglos


I only need a razor to trim the edges of my beard, so I don't need a super razor,

its great if one can improve day to day activities,


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Another visualization is my trip to Germany :) I estimate three years, but I am already laying the foundation for it


Treppa wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:


Hey, I watched Fantasia! Elephants in Tutus are AWESOME! ;P
Those were hippos!

Ack! you are correct madam! (Rassin-frassin swiss cheese memory!) ;P

Ragadolf wrote:
Apparently old age has me both cynical and grumpy.
Treppa wrote:


Dude, if you don't quit calling yourself old, Imma dope slap you through the intertoobz! You're younger than I am, and the only time I feel old is when I read one of your posts calling yourself old. It's getting on my nerves, man! You're bringin' me down, dude, harshin' my buzz. Hey, you, get offa my cloud!

LOL! THAT should be a superpower! "Dope-Slappin' through the intertoobz"

:)
(Ok, NOW I'm mentally trying to figure out how to build that power in the old Champions HERO system!) ;)

OK OK! I am NOT 'old',...

I am 'experienced'.

Izzat Better?!? ;P

(And I would never trespass on yer cloud. I'm on yer lawn!) ;P


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Treppa you might enjoy a book called The Mindful Geek. It comes at meditation from a scientific algorithm place, devoid of any of the mysticism trappings

Heck, I'll check it out just because of the title! :)

Silver Crusade

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I thought my morning meeting in Astoria was at 10:00, but it was really at 10:30. When one has time to pass in New York's largest Greek neighborhood, one is obligated to pass the time by eating baklava.

It was a big piece, and I only ate a little of it, boxed up the rest, and stashed it in my briefcase. Sadly, the plastic container was not water-tight, and now I have that sticky honey syrup all over my papers.

Still totally worth it.


I... I don't like baklava. :(


Ragadolf wrote:


I am 'experienced'.

Izzat Better?!? ;P

(And I would never trespass on yer cloud. I'm on yer lawn!) ;P

From Stones to Hendrix. Yeah, I'm good with that! ;)


Ragadolf wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

Treppa you might enjoy a book called The Mindful Geek. It comes at meditation from a scientific algorithm place, devoid of any of the mysticism trappings

Heck, I'll check it out just because of the title! :)

Linkified now that I am no longer on the elliptical trying to type on my Kindle

The Mindful Geek


Heck I'm 48 and feeling great! I love my life, b&#%+ of a time it might be every so often


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Another visualization is my trip to Germany :) I estimate three years, but I am already laying the foundation for it

MAKE IT HAPPEN !!!


aeglos wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Another visualization is my trip to Germany :) I estimate three years, but I am already laying the foundation for it
MAKE IT HAPPEN !!!

It will. No worries


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Heck I'm 48 and feeling great! I love my life, b+++@ of a time it might be every so often

Seriously,

I have to admit that I have it pretty darn good.
-Wife that loves me? check
-Kids that are pretty darn good Awesome? (if sometimes making me panic over their grades?) Check
-Job that doesn't suck (I actually enjoy it most of the time, even if it doesn't pay enough?) Check
-JUST enough free time to do things I enjoy occasionally (like stage combat and being in a show?) Check

Actually, I've come to the conclusion that there is nothing wrong with my life,...

That a big @$$ pile of money couldn't cure! :D

If THAT thought doesn't make me smile, I am having a very long day. ;P


Patrick Curtin wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Another visualization is my trip to Germany :) I estimate three years, but I am already laying the foundation for it
MAKE IT HAPPEN !!!
It will. No worries

DOO EET! ;)

Only been to Europe once, SO looking forward to doing so again some time.

Maybe one of those fancy river cruises I keep seeing on TV? Enjoy the beautiful countryside, and a day at each stop to wander the city as you please?

Castles? Wine and cheese tasting? Beautiful countrysides?
YES please! ;)


Ragadolf wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Another visualization is my trip to Germany :) I estimate three years, but I am already laying the foundation for it
MAKE IT HAPPEN !!!
It will. No worries

DOO EET! ;)

Only been to Europe once, SO looking forward to doing so again some time.

Maybe one of those fancy river cruises I keep seeing on TV? Enjoy the beautiful countryside, and a day at each stop to wander the city as you please?

Castles? Wine and cheese tasting? Beautiful countrysides?
YES please! ;)

The river cruise is my initial thought as well. My mother wants to go, and I think it would be a great way to explore the old Holy Roman Empire. Most of the good castles watched over the rivers. More taxes there.

I do want to hop over to Hessia and say hello to aeglos of course. I figure I need about 10K to make it all happen. Infinitely doable.

Shadow Lodge

I would love to visit Europe but it will be an expensive, time-consuming voyage if I do. I'll need to be at a point in my life where I can devote at least a month, if not two or three, to the event.

The main reason is that I refuse to put myself on a plane that long. I just can't stand it. I can barely tolerate cross-US plane flights. So getting a ship ride to and from Europe is going to be the first hurdle, and the first time- and funds-consumption.

Once I'm there that's probably the easiest part, then getting on a ship to get back stateside.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber

I'm afraid of heights, have only flown once.

Even still, I'd rather roll the dice with a short flight from NY to wherever in Europe is closest, rather then risk a week or two with Noro virus from a filthy cruise ship (they're ALL filthy).

That's just me though, and no I'm not a clean freak, I grew up on a dairy farm.

Edit: obviously, I only mean ocean cruise ships, German river cruises are a true thing of beauty. :-)

Shadow Lodge

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Having been on two ocean cruises (one to and from Cozumel, one around the Caribbean), I'll have to disagree on them "all being filthy", the ships I was on were in excellent condition with very clean rooms, very well-maintained quarters, excellent service, and wonderful food. Not a single problem in the entirety of both trips.


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Excellent! Living in the Midwest, you hear things. :-)


Celestial Healer wrote:

I thought my morning meeting in Astoria was at 10:00, but it was really at 10:30. When one has time to pass in New York's largest Greek neighborhood, one is obligated to pass the time by eating baklava.

It was a big piece, and I only ate a little of it, boxed up the rest, and stashed it in my briefcase. Sadly, the plastic container was not water-tight, and now I have that sticky honey syrup all over my papers.

Still totally worth it.

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

We need to hang out soon.


Orthos wrote:

I would love to visit Europe but it will be an expensive, time-consuming voyage if I do. I'll need to be at a point in my life where I can devote at least a month, if not two or three, to the event.

Yeah. I know the obstacles are high for me to go. Money, time, always something going on in life, yadda yadda...

Still...

If you want something. Really want something. You can make it happen. How will I make my European trip occur? Damned if I know. I'll start preparing and figure it out as I go along. I just know it will happen. That's all I really need. That's the secret.


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Treppa wrote:
Dude, if you don't quit calling yourself old, Imma dope slap you through the intertoobz! You're younger than I am, and the only time I feel old is when I read one of your posts calling yourself old.

Hmm...

pauses to do math, washes hands afterwards

Treppa seems to be in the "hot older woman" category for Freehold. But she has a life to lead and is so far away...

Treppa wrote:


Followup: is the board double-posting again?

What's this? A *clone* of Treppa lying around? This is my lucky day...

Treppa wrote:
I... I don't like baklava

sheds single tear ...or not.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Visualizing what you want helps too. And not worrying about the how. I bought tickets to GenCon because I want to go. And I will make it happen. By being sure it will happen, it will. I could (and have) come up with a million reasons why it can't. Guess what? It will happen. Because I believe.

DO EET


Orthos wrote:
Having been on two ocean cruises (one to and from Cozumel, one around the Caribbean), I'll have to disagree on them "all being filthy", the ships I was on were in excellent condition with very clean rooms, very well-maintained quarters, excellent service, and wonderful food. Not a single problem in the entirety of both trips.

I have taken the ferry on a regular basis and I have to say it's not cruise lines that are filthy, it's people. If you are stuck on a ship for days at a time with people who are just gross and disgusting then yeah..it's going to be an awful trip. A ship trip is very much a microcosm, it depends heavily upon your fellow travelers.

Shadow Lodge

Freehold DM wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Having been on two ocean cruises (one to and from Cozumel, one around the Caribbean), I'll have to disagree on them "all being filthy", the ships I was on were in excellent condition with very clean rooms, very well-maintained quarters, excellent service, and wonderful food. Not a single problem in the entirety of both trips.
I have taken the ferry on a regular basis and I have to say it's not cruise lines that are filthy, it's people. If you are stuck on a ship for days at a time with people who are just gross and disgusting then yeah..it's going to be an awful trip. A ship trip is very much a microcosm, it depends heavily upon your fellow travelers.

This is can believe, I'm pretty meticulous about cleaning up after myself anywhere but my own apartment (which, admittedly, can get kinda messy between cleanings) and sharing my cabin with my sister only further encouraged that. Thankfully she's the same way.


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I took an Alaskan cruise once, and it was, well, an experience:

  • I bunked with my sister, who had an award-winning case of pms;
  • I don't gamble or drink much, so that part of the ship was a waste;
  • All of the on-deck entertainment was closed, though you could go sit outside in the fog and rain (my favorite part of the cruise);
  • The ship was full of octegenarians who kept dropping cafeteria trays and seeing all sorts of whales and eagles and dolphins and otters where I only saw waves and ducks and funny-shaped sticks (hint - they were the exact same things and my eyes were better);
  • The ship was socked-in by fog the entire time, so sightseeing was limited to about 1/4 mile;
  • The old folks were the rudest bunch of people I've ever seen, cutting in lines, arriving late to movies, and talking through the entire thing;
  • I found out that I absolutely cannot sit all day or I will go crazy.


Sounds like the Sierra Madre, without the head explosions.


Treppa wrote:

I took an Alaskan cruise once, and it was, well, an experience:

  • I bunked with my sister, who had an award-winning case of pms;
  • I don't gamble or drink much, so that part of the ship was a waste;
  • All of the on-deck entertainment was closed, though you could go sit outside in the fog and rain (my favorite part of the cruise);
  • The ship was full of octegenarians who kept dropping cafeteria trays and seeing all sorts of whales and eagles and dolphins and otters where I only saw waves and ducks and funny-shaped sticks (hint - they were the exact same things and my eyes were better);
  • The ship was socked-in by fog the entire time, so sightseeing was limited to about 1/4 mile;
  • The old folks were the rudest bunch of people I've ever seen, cutting in lines, arriving late to movies, and talking through the entire thing;
  • I found out that I absolutely cannot sit all day or I will go crazy.

I have heard from friends who are serious about the cruise trip thing that alcohol is a major part of the experience. I would go so far as to say that Orthos is the only person I know who is not a lush that had a genuinely good time while on a cruise that isn't just into the ocean going life.

And yes, old people on trips are MEAN...

Shadow Lodge

Treppa wrote:

I took an Alaskan cruise once, and it was, well, an experience:

  • I bunked with my sister, who had an award-winning case of pms;
  • I don't gamble or drink much, so that part of the ship was a waste;
  • All of the on-deck entertainment was closed, though you could go sit outside in the fog and rain (my favorite part of the cruise);
  • The ship was full of octegenarians who kept dropping cafeteria trays and seeing all sorts of whales and eagles and dolphins and otters where I only saw waves and ducks and funny-shaped sticks (hint - they were the exact same things and my eyes were better);
  • The ship was socked-in by fog the entire time, so sightseeing was limited to about 1/4 mile;
  • The old folks were the rudest bunch of people I've ever seen, cutting in lines, arriving late to movies, and talking through the entire thing;
  • I found out that I absolutely cannot sit all day or I will go crazy.

Yeah even without my personal dislike of cold, I would never have recommended an Alaskan cruise, even in the summer.

Shadow Lodge

Freehold DM wrote:

I have heard from friends who are serious about the cruise trip thing that alcohol is a major part of the experience. I would go so far as to say that Orthos is the only person I know who is not a lush that had a genuinely good time while on a cruise that isn't just into the ocean going life.

And yes, old people on trips are MEAN...

Oh yes, there were a great many alcoholic exchanges going on during the trips I was on. I would say it's a safe bet that my family's tables were the only ones on the entire ship that weren't having alcohol with any meals, and our rooms were likely the only ones who never requested alcohol with any of their room service deliveries.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Another visualization is my trip to Germany :) I estimate three years, but I am already laying the foundation for it
MAKE IT HAPPEN !!!
It will. No worries

DOO EET! ;)

Only been to Europe once, SO looking forward to doing so again some time.

Maybe one of those fancy river cruises I keep seeing on TV? Enjoy the beautiful countryside, and a day at each stop to wander the city as you please?

Castles? Wine and cheese tasting? Beautiful countrysides?
YES please! ;)

The river cruise is my initial thought as well. My mother wants to go, and I think it would be a great way to explore the old Holy Roman Empire. Most of the good castles watched over the rivers. More taxes there.

I do want to hop over to Hessia and say hello to aeglos of course. I figure I need about 10K to make it all happen. Infinitely doable.

well I think it should be possible with less money, flights are expensive of course, but you could travel the rivers by the day cruises (which are not expensive) and go from town to town that way instead of staing on a cruise ship) the river cruise ships (with cabin) should be much cheaper than ocean cruises anyway

and you can stay for some days at my house and explore Hessia, we have a lot to see andIwould love to show you around and share my usually useless knowledge about local history :-)


Treppa wrote:

I took an Alaskan cruise once, and it was, well, an experience:

  • I bunked with my sister, who had an award-winning case of pms;
  • I don't gamble or drink much, so that part of the ship was a waste;
  • All of the on-deck entertainment was closed, though you could go sit outside in the fog and rain (my favorite part of the cruise);
  • The ship was full of octegenarians who kept dropping cafeteria trays and seeing all sorts of whales and eagles and dolphins and otters where I only saw waves and ducks and funny-shaped sticks (hint - they were the exact same things and my eyes were better);
  • The ship was socked-in by fog the entire time, so sightseeing was limited to about 1/4 mile;
  • The old folks were the rudest bunch of people I've ever seen, cutting in lines, arriving late to movies, and talking through the entire thing;
  • I found out that I absolutely cannot sit all day or I will go crazy.

Ah good. So it's NOT just me then! :)

I think I'd enjoy a cruise, but then I'd be swimming in the pool (or doing the slides on those new ships) or anything else that would keep my kids entertained. ;P

My mom has gone on a few cruises now. And she obviously enjoys them.
BUT, she also enjoys sitting on the beach for hours on end, sun or rain.
When she says she went to Florida to go to the beach, she's going to the beach! ;)

Granted, she either goes with one of her oldest neighbor-friends, or her sister (my aunt), both of whom apparently drive her crazy because they canNOT just sit for hours on end and enjoy scenery. :/

You want stuff organized (whether you want it or not?!?) or go to several museums in a single day? You go with my aunt.
You wanna relax, kick back, enjoy the scenery and food and talk or whatever? Go with my mom. ;)

Granted, IF you DO gamble and /or drink, your pretty much a guaranteed good time on a boat. Your the captive audience. But from what I hear, there is plenty of other stuff on the new ships to keep pretty much anybody occupied these days.

Granted, the LAST cruise I will probably go on would be an Alaskan cruise, that cold stuff takes out half my hoped-for fun right there! ;P


aeglos wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Another visualization is my trip to Germany :) I estimate three years, but I am already laying the foundation for it
MAKE IT HAPPEN !!!
It will. No worries

DOO EET! ;)

Only been to Europe once, SO looking forward to doing so again some time.

Maybe one of those fancy river cruises I keep seeing on TV? Enjoy the beautiful countryside, and a day at each stop to wander the city as you please?

Castles? Wine and cheese tasting? Beautiful countrysides?
YES please! ;)

The river cruise is my initial thought as well. My mother wants to go, and I think it would be a great way to explore the old Holy Roman Empire. Most of the good castles watched over the rivers. More taxes there.

I do want to hop over to Hessia and say hello to aeglos of course. I figure I need about 10K to make it all happen. Infinitely doable.

well I think it should be possible with less money, flights are expensive of course, but you could travel the rivers by the day cruises (which are not expensive) and go from town to town that way instead of staing on a cruise ship) the river cruise ships (with cabin) should be much cheaper than ocean cruises anyway

and you can stay for some days at my house and explore Hessia, we have a lot to see andIwould love to show you around and share my usually useless knowledge about local history :-)

and I pass by Frankfurt Airport, biggest airport in Germany, third biggest in Europe, every day on my way to work.

which means a flight to Germany would with a high probalility, end right at my doorstep anyway


Men with guns shouted at me at the Frankfurt Airport.


Treppa wrote:
Men with guns shouted at me at the Frankfurt Airport.

huh, what did happen ? normaly security guards over here are quit relaxed


Treppa wrote:
Men with guns shouted at me at the Frankfurt Airport.

I don't remember which airport it was, but getting off the plane in Europe (probably Frankfurt?) and seeing men in camo carrying M16's was a big wake-up call to this overly-protected midwestern boy! :/

Still one of the best trips in my life. But an eye-opener all the same. :)


Byzantine Empire: Justinian and Theodora

Edit - I know I am posting duplicate links here and in the FaWtL thread, but there are people who only go to one or the other threads and I think the links that I post will interest people.


Oh yes,...

And I have Completely devoured the first four books of The Iron Druid series. :)

I plan on swinging by the bookstore tomorrow and picking up the last 4 books that are out, because why buy them 1 or 2 at a time when I plan on reading them all in a row anyway? :D

Spoiler:
Are we sure that Oberon isn't smarter than Atticus?!? He certainly seems to have snappier dialogue! Just sayin',...

:)

Oh yes, and,...

Spoiler:
the "Schwarzenegger Pun Reduction Treaty" is my favorite so far!

I laughed out loud, reading it backstage during a performance. Glorious!

Thanks again for the tip Monkey! :D


Ragadolf wrote:

Oh yes,...

And I have Completely devoured the first four books of The Iron Druid series. :)

I plan on swinging by the bookstore tomorrow and picking up the last 4 books that are out, because why buy them 1 or 2 at a time when I plan on reading them all in a row anyway? :D

** spoiler omitted **

:)

Oh yes, and,...
** spoiler omitted **

I laughed out loud, reading it backstage during a performance. Glorious!

Thanks again for the tip Monkey! :D

Glad to be of service ;)

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