Sorry about that friends-locked post. I have removed the deadwood; things will be much better now, I believe.
So last night was my first Evergreen meeting. I liked it! (For... most of you, who aren't aware of what Evergreen is, it's a twice-monthly meeting to discuss Paganism in its various forms.) Unfortunately, blackpaladin
and I were tired and frustrated from having bad days, so he had a hard time staying awake, whereas my mind just started to wander.
Speaking of wandering, we got up during the meeting and wandered over to the Religion/Spirituality section--whatever it's termed now--so I could look for something that might help Dad out right now. I didn't find anything, but I did find what is arguably the best tarot deck ever
. I dropped $20 I didn't have on it, because, come on. Lovecraft + tarot = SQUEEEEEE.
After the group got kicked out of Borders, a good number of us headed to TGI Friday's. I wasn't particularly hungry, so blackpaladin
and I ordered a couple of appetizers. My love for Friday's spinach dip was reaffirmed, and the fried ravioli bites were amazing. I also got a glass of Chateau Ste. Marie Riesling, which, while not as good as the (really fucking expensive) Tapestry Riesling rivetkitten
bought me at KoLumbus last year, it's certainly an acceptable, affordable substitute.
Since I've been waking up so early, I've found my love of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. I actually think I have a couple of the characters statted out in the Storytell(er? ing? The nWoD) system. A link to the various characters I've statted.
As an aside, I really need to tweak V somehow so that he's less... um... weirdly written out. There are probably some merits I could use instead of the ghoul/vampire discipline Celerity. Fleet of Foot doesn't quite
cover it, imho.
Anyway, I've got a new deck to play with. It's definitely not one to use when you want happy shiny readings, but I have the Legend: Arthurian Tarot
deck for that.