Chatter #15: May 7, 2001

12/14/2001 — I started the Chatter section on July 27, 2000 when I noticed that the rest of my site was sometimes getting cluttered with lots of text. I'm a talkative guy, after all! So now I talk about my life here, instead of all over the place. Originally this was one huge section, but in December of 2001 it simply became too large to remain as one page, and I broke it into dated sections, as you can see. —>PM



"Well, I'm home." And I'm married. The wedding went perfectly—even the weather cooperated, which was really more than could be expected of a late-April weekend in New England. And Teri was positively beautiful in her wedding dress.

The honeymoon was a bit bizarre, though—please get your mind out of the gutter! It was just a long, strange journey.You'd never believe the first hotel we stayed at...and the second surpassed even MY wildest imaginings. Every guest of the hotel got free tickets to a major television program which is filmed on the hotel grounds. We did not go, for reasons which would be obvious if you knew the show...let me just say this: heart of darkness. And I'm not talking Apocalypse Now, nor Joseph Conrad. I'll probably write up most of the experience for the next issue of the Interregnum APA.

I also have a lot of emails to respond to, and a lot of guestbook entries as well. I expect to be gaming more, too, and with any luck should even GM again before the summer is out. Plus Timmy may make a return...

More later!

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