erynn: Gaelic merman image (GONZO!)
A nice comfy bed, a pillow, and actual walls around me were very helpful with that sleep thingummy. In other words, I spent a restful night at Chez [livejournal.com profile] hagazusa after some tasty tomato soup, some bread, and a lovely bit of mildly sharp cheddar. [livejournal.com profile] fififolle has been contacted with arrangements for swooping in and taking me away. It's raining off and on today again, but there shall be a voyage out to see the pwny Miss Boo (rest assured, photos will be taken), rain or shine.

I'm still exceedingly creaky but doing a little better. At least a few brain cells have been restored. The keyboards here have things in different places than I'm used to. Once I'm done with this, there will be bits of scribbling in my pilgrimage journal.

As it happens, I am in the land of the Brigantes, so I am once again in Brigid territory, if you will. She and Manannan (whose namesake ferry I made the crossing in, from Isle of Man to Liverpool) have been showing up regularly. Once I get to Brittany, I will be firmly in Merlin territory, and [livejournal.com profile] eydimork says that they have some alternate Merlin stories about what happened to him in that cave and all that. I shall be most interested to hear the local Merlin lore and see the sights, as well as attend the Festival Interceltique in Lorient. I believe Breesha will be there as well, from what she said when we met last week.

I've been having a fine time despite yesterday's utter brain death. Looking forward to the day's adventures!
erynn: Gaelic merman image (GONZO!)
A nice comfy bed, a pillow, and actual walls around me were very helpful with that sleep thingummy. In other words, I spent a restful night at Chez [livejournal.com profile] hagazusa after some tasty tomato soup, some bread, and a lovely bit of mildly sharp cheddar. [livejournal.com profile] fififolle has been contacted with arrangements for swooping in and taking me away. It's raining off and on today again, but there shall be a voyage out to see the pwny Miss Boo (rest assured, photos will be taken), rain or shine.

I'm still exceedingly creaky but doing a little better. At least a few brain cells have been restored. The keyboards here have things in different places than I'm used to. Once I'm done with this, there will be bits of scribbling in my pilgrimage journal.

As it happens, I am in the land of the Brigantes, so I am once again in Brigid territory, if you will. She and Manannan (whose namesake ferry I made the crossing in, from Isle of Man to Liverpool) have been showing up regularly. Once I get to Brittany, I will be firmly in Merlin territory, and [livejournal.com profile] eydimork says that they have some alternate Merlin stories about what happened to him in that cave and all that. I shall be most interested to hear the local Merlin lore and see the sights, as well as attend the Festival Interceltique in Lorient. I believe Breesha will be there as well, from what she said when we met last week.

I've been having a fine time despite yesterday's utter brain death. Looking forward to the day's adventures!

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