Yog-Sothoth to break out, and mindless horrors to break forth from the alpine treeline and into the family friendly dining hall. OK, here's a picture of him eating it.
Fallout 3, as part of the post-apocalyptic wasteland. Make sure you view the expanded view of this picture in order to do it justice.
Later on the return route we saw inspirational messages like this one.
After getting home and washing up, a couple of other buddies came by and hung out for a while. The fabulous duo also presented me with a copy of Skyrim.
At the end of the day I was exhausted. It was such a wonderful way to close out the week, and store up some positive vibes for the coming week. I'm getting a port installed on Tuesday morning. Unfortunately, it's nothing so cool as some real life wetware, and I will not be able to download some martial arts conditioning and be able to tell you that I know Kung Fu.
Today's epiphany arrived as I realized that although I might not be the most religious person, I would like to think that I am fairly conscious of what's right and wrong or good and evil: I believe in the power of people, and the fact that we have a choice to do what's right. We don't always do it, myself included, and when we do it's an act that I would make akin to God-hood. I feel amazingly blessed to have who I have around me right now. I am in complete amazement and feel such humility in the face of the kindness that people are sharing with me. It's an utter game-changer to have this support in my corner. I just wanted to take a moment to openly acknowledge it. Thank you all.