I found out tonight that my grandmother's husband, Dave, passed away yesterday. We weren't very close, I don't think he liked most of my mom's family all that much. But, even so, it still sucks to hear. But, all things considered, he was sick and he was broken from my grandmother's death, so it was all a matter of time.
I got to see my Tommy for the first time in years today. It was amazing. To see who he has become, what he's been doing with his life. I'm so proud of him. He works at an occult shop in Hollywood, and he has become a really skilled reader of runes. I remember when we would read books on paganism in the back of his dad's van at Young Marines.
He treated me to lunch and then we went to a few occult shops in the area. After he took me to a local gay bar for a few drinks, then back to my place for some talking and a reading. It was hard, hearing the things he was telling me, hard, but needed. The same six runes kept popping up every time he threw, and out of so many, that's pretty amazing. So, you really need to stop and listen to what they're saying. I know what needs to be changed, it's all about getting off my ass and making those changes. For the betterment of myself.
He left a little bit ago, he's got a long drive back to Hollywood. But, before he left he gave me a set of ruined to play around with, see how I like them. He says I could probably be a really good reader. I suck with tarot cards, so maybe I'll be decent with runes. He also gave me a hematite, because I need to ground myself. He says I'm most likely an empathy, and I have a lot of untapped potential for all of it. I know Tommy, he's not one to just bullshit about such things. So, I listened to what he had to say, and I considered everything. I have to agree with a lot of stuff he was saying. He wants me to go out and visit him at some point, meet some of the people in his coven. I'm actually pretty excited for that.
I've got a date with Tommy Monday! You have no idea how happy I am to be seeing him. It's been years since we last hung out, I think 2014, when we went for sushi and got hammered on soju and sake. I've missed that kid. I'm so glad he sent me a text this morning. Granted, he's concerned about my state of mind, but, I'm better than I have been. I'm excited now. That's what's going to get me through my work week, the thought that at the end I have a date with my best friend.
Has one line from a TV show or movie or book ever hit you so hard you just break down completely and sob?
When people I don't know message me like they know me, it takes a lot for me not to respond like a bitch. Normally messages go unanswered here, unless I feel it's important. There are very few of you I want to have any kind of communication with. I mean, I don't think I come off as someone who's super approachable and friendly. And if I do, I should probably work on that. Point being, don't message me. Like, ever. Unless it has something to do with this site, I likely won't care. I don't want to be your friend, I don't want to take part in idle, pointless chit chat. I'm not interested.
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