Alone in the Dark

Well, Steve's not actually alone, since he's there with his family. He is in the dark, though, and doesn't have access to his email and instant messenger, so I'm quite sure he's pretty lonely anyway.

He called me last night with a rambling tale about mad rodents in the walls, lots of people with flashing lights, people panicking in the dark, and a fuse box "burning festively." I'm looking forward to hearing the full story, but unfortunately we're going to have to wait until Steve (and Henry and Co.) get their power back. Sorry, folks.

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I know what it's like when

I know what it's like when power in the whole neighborhood is out. There are jsut some essential things that you need to have going, like light, and the heater, and the computer. Those are necessary, especially when you're staying some place else. I hope they get their power back up. They're bound to go insane without IM!

Things actually collapsed

Things actually collapsed far quicker than I anticipated. It was only about 20 minutes before we started talking about resorting to cannibalism. Guess I wouldn't have made a very good caveman:P

"It is unwise to be too sure of one's own wisdom. It is healthy to be reminded that the strongest might weaken and the wisest might err."
Mahatma Gandhi

Steve Sharam
www.whenrealityknocks.com

A plus for paper me thinks...

A plus for paper me thinks. If you had pen and paper Steve, you could have entertained yourself for weeks... :P

Sardonios the Magnificent

Na, no good. MTV generation.

Na, no good. MTV generation. Paper won't entertain me, it's not loud enough:P

Steve Sharam
www.whenrealityknocks.com