Log in

No account? Create an account
25 October 2011 @ 05:14 pm
[Filter: Private]

...it can't hurt to ask, right?

[Filter: Women who have had sex before]

So...um, my boyfriend and I were talking about sex, and I'm kinda...well, it's embarrassing, I've never done it before and even though I know about it and how it's done I dunno what to expect and I'm really nervous. I know it's supposed to hurt and that the first time is probably gonna be bad, he told me he's never done it before either.

Any advice?
Mood: anxiousanxious
25 October 2011 @ 08:01 pm
Heeey, boss, Miss Casey, are we gonna do anything for the Night of the Dead? I mean, I KNOW we can't wear costumes or anything if we're gonna be in the middle of the desert, but we can still ... I know we can do something! Like tell stories! Some people do that, right?? We can't do nothing ...!!!
Mood: curiouscurious
25 October 2011 @ 08:49 pm
[Filter: Private]

[the writing is a bit faint and unsteady]

It's not real. What do I have to show you to make him see? What do I have to do. There must be some way to convince him. None of these puzzles are unsolveable, surely.

I barely even know this Elden. He's not himself. Or rather -- he is himself. Who is that? Now, if it were this charming Michael fellow I was tasked with escorting out of the nightmare ...

Well, then I still wouldn't have my Elden back, would I?

I'm playing tug of war with a dragons damned ghost.


[Filter: Terrance]

I hate to impose upon you, dear, but ... I think I'm ready for another break, now. If you're available to babysit, of course~? ♥
Mood: frustratedfrustrated
25 October 2011 @ 09:01 pm
[Filter: Private]

I think everyone felt a bit better when I suggested that we could teach Angus to find anything we've lost! It's something ... and if there really is a thief, not that I think there is, but if there was one, maybe they'll stop stealing things now ...! Oh, but I still need to find someone who has a better idea about how to teach him ...

[Filter: Public]

Sometimes, I can't believe how scared I was when I saw a Dark priest when I was little ... even a few years ago. But there's so many more of them in Lucre, when only a few visited Papan occasionally, so I guess I've gotten used to it ...? Most of them are nice, it's just the Night of the Dead that makes them a little scary, I think ...
Mood: worriedworried
Lady Isanae of House Lireth
25 October 2011 @ 09:07 pm
Everyone seems in better spirits after yesterday's celebrations, do they not? I am glad to see it, after what a trying month we have had. I overheard mother and Lady Vivian speaking of it this morning; I do believe that she especially was glad for the opportunity to celebrate before she takes her leave to Tersel. She did delay her departure solely for the occassion, after all. It would have been such a pity to spend it in somber quiet.

I only hope that good news soon arrives from the north to complement the mood, cautious though it may be. Surely they must be nearing the border, by now?

[Filter: Canti]

Hello, Canti. I was especially glad to see you at the festivities, yesterday. Everyone speaks so highly of your bravery, at the castle, you know.
Mood: surprisedsurprised
Maeve [[Blanche]]
25 October 2011 @ 10:14 pm
[Filter: Private]

Oh, Andrew.

I truly thought ... I thought you'd put all of that behind you. Maybe it was foolish of me. Every time I go in there and I see you happy, with -- with this other Pearl, and those children, I wonder if I ever really knew you at all. Maybe I've just been chasing your father after all, all this time...

Maybe I just thought I would see you with me. Running away, living on the road ... oh, but you wouldn't know that's how we'd have to live, would you? And hardly your dream life. Maybe I wanted to see you and I, back in Megam, with our own little children ...

I was such a fool about it all.

How can I tell you that isn't real? How can I bear to drag you out of this perfect world ... how am I even supposed to tell you that's not Pearl? What memories am I going to have to stir up for you?

[Filter: Pearl]

I ...

I'm sorry. I feel I owe you that much.
Mood: sadsad
25 October 2011 @ 10:43 pm
[Filter: Private, in Atsirian]

Ah. I see, then. Too risky, I suppose, you would not want to start more talk. Of course, of course. Who could ever blame you? Certainly not gracious, understanding Firuz. He will take what you give him, and he will live! There are so many other occasions, after all, at whick he might make an impression. I am sure the poor boy will live.

It was an idle entertainment, not this -- whatever these whisperers suggest of it. I would be quite happy to never hear a word of it again, though I know that is not possible. Oh, they will continue until they find some other source of gossip.

I near wish Jamaella was still about the court, it might serve as a distraction.

Fine, then. There is one thing to be done, and one thing only. It will certainly not stop the whispers, but at the very least perhaps it will push them in a different direction.

[Filter: Public]

Well, now, I believe I have my costume for the next masque all assembled. I spent a good amount of time arguing with the tailor over it! A very stubborn man, my tailor, he insists that I ought to blend in with Razen society a bit more than I prefer. What am I to do, but put my own touch into the fashions? But no, he insists. I believe we came to an agreement eventually, but it was won only with hard coin.

Raezi Saedri, I do hope you will be at the party? Lady Sophia is hosting it and I am greatly hoping to see you there.
Mood: annoyedannoyed
25 October 2011 @ 11:20 pm
I have been here for years, and yet every time the weather starts turning colder I am reminded of how cold it can get up here in Korin. I suppose I should begin stocking up on firewood for the Winter, before it gets much worse. I am already finding myself wearing more layers of clothing and sitting under blankets more than in the past weeks. I do hope this winter is relatively calm, by Korin standards at least. Nothing is worse than waking up one morning to find your door completely snowed shut and denying light to enter through your windows. It is enough to make one feel completely claustrophobic.

[Filter: Lord Gebann]

I realize that you must be an incredibly busy man, but you have been through my chapel nearly every day up until this past week, and now I have not seen you in days. I hope you would do me the courtesy of letting me know you are at least alright, and preferably without lecturing me on worrying over you for nothing.
Mood: worriedworried