Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Comforting

My dearest Corwynne,

As I read your last letter I wondered if you would bring up your old "comforting a comrade" stand by. I can't blame you of course. It does work wonders. When I heard that Aragorn had caught you with Boromir that time, I thought your whole relationship was over, but when I heard that you had convinced him that you were just comforting a comrade I was floored....brillant. And if it works might as well use it.

I have heard a real world rumor that cetain people are actually reading our letters and email each other about it but not posting comments. Just wondering if they can get a list of people who are real and imaginary. I fear that we cannot keep an accurate chronicle without the comments of ordinary "orc on the street" if you will. But I don't think there is any way to convince them.

Oh well, I must go get the kids in bed so that I can watch ROTK-EE again.....must have all the info at my command before we play the game again.

Your affectionate friend,
Kendrah

5 comments:

gregor said...

certain people??? certain people???
I have a name dammit!
AND I AM NOT AN ORC!

Kendrah & Corwynne said...

Ahhhh, but it got your attention, didn't it?

Kendrah & Corwynne said...

Of course you're not an Orc. They can't read! Did the Hobbits find you New Year's Eve? I'm not so good on giving directions...
C.

gregor said...

Didn't see any Hobbits on New Years. We went
Dwntwn to First Knightzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz for a little while.
it's like all the bad things of Pennsic and none of the good.
If they were Imaginary Hobbits, they could have been here and unless I imagined them, then I guess I wouldn't have seen them... oh! it's soooooooooo confusing. Life would be so much
easier in a totally imaginary world.

Kendrah & Corwynne said...

We thought that it would be easier too, but as you can see with missing mithril, kidnapped dwarves and arguing elves, you can see that we were wrong.
K.