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05 September 2005 @ 06:56 pm
O noes!  
Um, everyone? Remy and I accidentally released Shub-Niggurath from her slumbers, so you're all gonna be devoured now. That is, if a zombie doesn't suck your brains out with a straw first. Sorry!

We went to Hunter's Moon this weekend (SCA event), and were camping and also spending a lot of time with Galen and Loriwynn, who run a game tent and play/sing all kinds of pretties, respectively. Remy, Loriwynn, and Dennis played extremely well together; I mostly sat and listened while cross-stitching. My viola didn't make it out 'cause I haven't practiced since Memorial Day weekend, and I was low on the kleenex that would be needed to stopper bleeding ears.

Anyway, we also played a lot of Galen's games- and bought one of them off him (our first joint purchase, wee! ;) ), a complicated but fun little gem called Arkham Horror. We played a huge group game of it there, and managed to beat the shit out of Cthulu. But then Remy and I gave it a go ourselves, and Shub-Niggurath kicked our asses. Well, we were doing well, but the horde of monsters suddenly appearing at university kinda screwed us over.

I had bad associations with Labor Day weekend going into it, but I'm happy to report that those associations no longer exist. Well, unless I get devoured. That'll kinda put a damper on things.
Current Mood: contentcontent
Current Music: Blue Man Group - Audio album
lordjosh2004lordjosh2004 on September 6th, 2005 03:24 am (UTC)
Sung to teh tune of Santa Claus is coming to Town...
To contemplate Cthulu is to be mad. To speak of the Great Deep Ones is to bring the delineation between sanity and madness toward the breaking point.

To write of the Great Old Ones is folly of the highest order, for it invites them into this world, and makes manifest those things which had been banished to the depths of time long before mankind e'er did tread upon this earth.

Fear then, as all mortals should, for The Great Deep Ones call softly as your head touches the pillow, and the flicker of shadow you see, out of the corner of your eye, will be that much more real, for the Old Ones are come, and they shall haunt our very waking lives...all too soon.

A Pandora's box lies upon the floor and with it madness and terror have gripped our once quiet minds.

::Incidentally, I love H.P. Lovecraft, and all the games that I have played which feature his terrors from the deep are awesome. Hope all is going well with you ~hugs~ Josh::
Miusherimiusheri on September 6th, 2005 10:10 pm (UTC)
Re: Sung to teh tune of Santa Claus is coming to Town...
I really have to read some Lovecraft now. I will put that on my list once I finish the Tao Te Ching and Heinlein's "The Cat Who Walks Through Walls."

All is well here- good luck to you and Alexis with the impending move/marriage! *hugs* =)