There’s a mouse in my oven.

And I have over 1000 unread emails in my Indigo Adult folder. I don’t know if I’m even going to bother reading them.

Magestock was amazing. This was the very best event thus far, and I can only imagine that it’s going to get better in coming years. We’re already working on planning for the kilts for next year. As always, I’m hoping that I’ll get a head-start on making the costumes, but I’m not going to hold my breath.

I’m not going to go into a full report here (I’m just too damned tired), but I do have to say this:

Peter zenbodhi was a lynch-pin figure in getting the wedding dinner cooked, organized, decorated, and served. This was the kind of event where he really shines, and I’m so immensely grateful that he was here to make it all possible.

Trevor truthisaburden impressed everyone by being the best of himself – honest, caring, compassionate, and a total snuggle-bunny. He helped me out by keeping my back from spasming into knots of stress and reminding me frequently that it’s all about the event and not just about the costumes.

Amanda sylvercatt and Doc satanthe42nd have always been a beautiful couple and have always demonstrated their love for each other without expectation or judgment, and I am deeply honored to have been able to perform the ceremony that has brought them together legally and spiritually. From here on out, this is the ritual that all others will be compared against. Thank you both so much for asking me to be a part of this.

There is SO much more I need to write and so many more people I need to thank – rockstarprr and jaerune and gangrell and falkonn and bitwize and twilightmage and sparkelz3 and shannonanna so many others – and I will find time to do that as the days go by.

Suffice it to say, our super-secret guests were a massive hit… and if you don’t know who they were just yet, you’ll have to wait until a little later to find out from me.

Thank you all so much. You have no idea how much this meant to me, and I feel like a total heel for having to stop short and go to bed without addressing each one of you personally and individually. I promise, there will be MUCH more later this week.

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  1. August 10, 2005

    Did you know that my fever actually went away for good about 2 hours after I admitted defeat and made my “Take it like a man” calls?

    Im gonna have to try again next year…

  2. August 10, 2005

    Dawn: You are a simply amazing and wonderful person. You are the most intelligent and coolest person I have ever met. You helped me immensly during the trip. I am offically requesting some spirtitual work with you though. After the energy work you did I was floored. But thank you for being the amazing woman you are.

  3. August 10, 2005

    *starts undressing Dawn*

    ……Oooooooh! You said ADDRESS! My bad! *wink wink*

  4. August 12, 2005

    I am just honored to have been there.

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