Travellar

    • Travellar
      Participant

      I’ve given it time,

      and don’t mean to sound so sore,

      but the pace of this thread,

      is making me snore.

    • Travellar
      Participant

      I think a change is fine,

      but the volume of posts is poor,

      perhaps we should go beyond,

      Simply post four.

    • Travellar
      Participant

      Verywell, your former workspace is now COMPLETELY PACKED with all sorts of seemingly useless items, bound to give you that spark of creativity you were looking for!  Why right here’s two random items which have fallen into an intriuging shape, and right there is the canvas to paint the idea upon!  Your easel is in the back corner, and your paints are… well, in there somewhere.  I think your brushes are possibly being crushed under the acetelene tanks over there…

      I wish this wasn’t so easy.  Oops.

    • Travellar
      Participant

      You receive a pumpkin.

      *inserts left hand*

    • Travellar
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    • Travellar
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      You know when you’re wearing the right hat when you go out to walk the dog and all the children smile and wave… at you, not the dog.

    • Travellar
      Participant

      It’s supposed to rhyme, but I’m feelin a pun.

    • Travellar
      Participant

      Your pumpkin is returned… exact change only please.

       

      *Inserts tentacle*

    • Travellar
      Participant

      And you are now trapped alone in a cave forever.  Don’t worry, there’s noone to be anxious of here.

      I wish the dog would stop taking up so much space on the bed.

    • Travellar
      Participant

      It’s easier to understand if you’ve ever just needed a few moments alone, and had trouble getting it.

      No easier to accept, but easier to understand.  I recall a time once myself, LARPing, I think, when I needed a few minutes to myself and headed into the darkness.  “We’ll come with you!”, as others grabbed their flashlights was not a welcome response.  And even if you do get away, it’s hard to find any peace in the darkness with shouts of “Where are you?” and the probing of lights.

    • Travellar
      Participant

      Travellar here, reporting for duty.  I bring creative urges on such an order that I went back to school and picked up a couple of engineering degrees to better serve said urges.  If I’m not terribly active, it’s likely because I’m busy on my wife’s hovercraft, or else programming my robot.

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