Me & My Muse – Day 731: Two Years and Counting

Well, I told her and she’s on her way.  My Muse is on her way to the Tower of Muses for a special “surprise”.  I didn’t tell her what the “surprise” is, but she’s really excited about it.  All I told her was that a “surprise” was waiting for her on the top floor of the Tower of Muses…

The surprise, you ask?  As a Me & My Muse one year anniversary gift, I have decided to provide her with her own body.  Laying on the bed is a Muse that is ready to come to life.  All she needs to do is go inside it.

Muse (Day 375):  Is she here yet?  I’m hungry…

Muse (Day 501):  I hope she hurries.  Tee hee!  This will be fairy good!

Muse (Day 518&556): I’ll say!  Tee hee!

Everyone.  Relax.  She’s on her way.  Until she arrives, you all have to hide.

*a flood of “okay’s” are heard in the room*

While my Muse is on her way, I might as well tell everyone my plans for today.  Since I’m up at Hubbard Lake today, I will be enjoying the lake.  I will enjoy the water.  Maybe do a little kayaking…

Shh!  Everyone in your places!  She’s on her way…

*dims light in room, until it turns off*

Muse:  What’s going on?  What is the meaning of this?  Why is everything so dark in here?  Kyle?

Me & 730 Muses:  SURPRISE!!!!  HAPPY TWO YEAR ANNIVERSARY!!!!

Muse:  Oh wow!  There’s a bunch of Muses in here!  One from every past day, I’m guessing.

And…Did you look on the bed yet?

Muse:  What is this?  A Muse that is laying lifeless on the bed?

Guess.  What do you think it is?

Muse:  Wait!  Isn’t it another body?  You gave me one last year!

Happy anniversary.  It’s another body!  You can never have enough bodies.  What if something happens to the one you are in?  That body will not come to life unless you give it life.  It is yours.  Do you want to try it out?

Muse:   Why not?  Well I’m trying out my body right now!

*Ghost Muse flies out of Muse and into lifeless Muse, which begins to flash*

Original Muse:  It…It feels…A little different.  This is a good gift!  What if something happens to the one that you gave me last year?  With this one, I can be prepared.  Thank you, Kyle!

*Original Muse gives me a big hug with her new body*

I have another thing planned.  All the other Muses, enjoy the show!

Original Muse:  Show?  Oh yeah…(The spare body was a big surprise, but I knew about the show…)

Are you ready?

Original Muse:  I was born ready. Time to get into costume…

Then let’s get started.  Muses, take your places.  Here we go…

This is a tribute to every entry that has been done in the past year.  I wrote this just for you.  I hope you’re ready, because here it goes…

It continued on with a club visit and a late shift. After moving up, he got a brain freeze, with the second edition. After a morning shift and dinner, it was time for a friend day.

Original Muse: And this coffee really hits the spot! Oh no…!

And I’m quite sorry, miss. Coffee *sip* is still NOT for Muses! ‘Cause there’s something dripping there and it’s not coffee!

Original Muse: S-says who?

Says me!

Original Muse: Do I get a second chance to speak?

What did I tell you? I need to finish!

Original Muse: But you’ll never end!

Yes I will!

Original Muse: Whatever!

Don’t believe me?

Original Muse: I don’t believe you!

Liar!

Original Muse: But I’m telling the truth!

No you’re not!

Original Muse: Yes I am!

No you’re not!

Original Muse: Yes I am!

Just drop it!

Original Muse: You drop it!

Shut your trap!

Original Muse: Shut yours!

Can I finish?

Original Muse: No you can’t!

Are you done?

Original Muse: I just got started!

Well, I’m not finished!

Original Muse: Says who?

Says me!

Original Muse: Yeah right!

Let me…

Original Muse: FINISH!!! Tee hee…

With Mandatory Fun on the way, it was time for Mandatory Fun. And after another green haircut and a long shift, it was time for a vacation with a hint of Toastmasters. He wanted a new car smell, so that he could give his greetings from Hubbard Lake. For the weekend aftermath, he gave the short version, helping himself to some pizza and Toastmasters. And after opening up to say ah, he had a morning shift with a lasagna night.

Original Muse: AHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!

Interrupting me again?

Original Muse: Yup yup yup!

Stop stop stop!

Original Muse: No no no!

What did I tell you? I need to finish!

Original Muse: But you’ll never end!

Yes I will!

Original Muse: Whatever!

Don’t believe me?

Original Muse: I don’t believe you!

Liar!

Original Muse: But I’m telling the truth!

No you’re not!

Original Muse: Yes I am!

No you’re not!

Original Muse: Yes I am!

Just drop it!

Original Muse: You drop it!

Shut your trap!

Original Muse: Shut yours!

Can I finish?

Original Muse: No you can’t!

Are you done?

Original Muse: I just got started!

Well, I’m not finished!

Original Muse: Says who?

Says me!

Original Muse: Yeah right!

LET ME FINISH!! Really. This is getting old…

Original Muse: I’m glad it is.   Tee hee!

It was a green haircut, with free brownies and a day off. His eight hour shift had him working and with a relay for cereal. Tired from his really early shift, he scowled “July, you disappoint me…” After finishing another green haircut, he cleaned a bathroom for a friend visit – with Colonel Sanders invited with his secret recipe! After a morning shift and a Toastmasters meeting, it was a birthday countdown with leftover Thai curry.

Original Muse: Leftovers? Sounds yummy! Tee hee! Are they yours?

Just mine.

Original Muse: Are you sure?

Yes I am.

Original Muse: I’m trapped.

You’re trapped?

Original Muse: In this endless tribute.

But we’re almost done!

Original Muse: No! Almost a third done!

No. That’s another thirty.

Original Muse: Another thirty?

Interrupting me again?

Original Muse: Yup yup yup!

Stop stop stop!

Original Muse: No no no!

What did I tell you? I need to finish!

Original Muse: But you’ll never end!

Yes I will!

Original Muse: Whatever!

Don’t believe me?

Original Muse: I don’t believe you!

Liar!

Original Muse: But I’m telling the truth!

No you’re not!

Original Muse: Yes I am!

No you’re not!

Original Muse: Yes I am!

Just drop it!

Original Muse: You drop it!

Shut your trap!

Original Muse: Shut yours!

Can I finish?

Original Muse: No you can’t!

Are you done?

Original Muse: I just got started!

Well, I’m not finished!

Original Muse: Says who?

Says me!

Original Muse: Yeah right!

LET ME FINISH!!!!!! Please! We’re almost done…

Original Muse: With this number, we are! Tee hee…

After day five and day six, it was the final hurdle. He was moving forward with more Toastmasters and an oven shift. After closing shift training he experienced the aftermath of a pay day. Then, it was easy like a Sunday morning shift. and after the eve of his birthday, it was time to say happy birthday and to enter the Tower of Muses again for the fourth ascent.

Original Muse: What’s inside?

You know what!

Original Muse: I can’t remember!

You can’t?

Original Muse: I’m trapped.

You’re trapped?

Original Muse: In this endless tribute.

But we’re almost done!

Original Muse: No! Almost a tenth done!

No. That’s another five.

Original Muse: Another five?

Interrupting me again?

Original Muse: Yup yup yup!

Stop stop stop!

Original Muse: No no no!

What did I tell you? I need to finish!

Original Muse: But you’ll never end!

Yes I will!

Original Muse: Whatever!

Don’t believe me?

Original Muse: I don’t believe you!

Liar!

Original Muse: But I’m telling the truth!

No you’re not!

Original Muse: Yes I am!

No you’re not!

Original Muse: Yes I am!

Just drop it!

Original Muse: You drop it!

Shut your trap!

Original Muse: Shut yours!

Can I finish?

Original Muse: No you can’t!

Are you done?

Original Muse: I just got started!

Well, I’m not finished!

Original Muse: Says who?

Says me!

Original Muse: Yeah right!

Now we’re finished!

Original Muse: Awesome! That was great! Just like we rehearsed! Only I have this awesome new spare body that you gave me and like last year, I don’t have to worry about being a ghost anymore! Time to switch into my next costume! I’ll be right back…

And now everyone…The Second Birth! Everyone, brace yourself a brand new Muse!

Original Muse: All changed. Are we ready, Kyle?

Ready as I’ll ever be! Get ready for part two because here it comes…

With an unplanned day and a Muse of virtue, he had breakfast and bed with a green haircut and a closing shift. It was a gloomy Saturday, followed by a sunny Sunday. With the light at the end of the tunnel, he had the refreshing taste of oxygen. He was lovin’ the oven, giving a speech unrehearsed with one pay day to rule them all.

Original Muse:  That was one tribute to rule them all. Splendid!

Thank you. Moving on…

With three hours left until his day job, he managed to give the lawn another green haircut, with more writing and one more shift. It was a day off, sort of with a later shift and less time. With a birthday dinner, he was closing the week with a friend visit, thai curry and Doctor Who. After Labor Day Eve, it was Labor Day.

Original Muse: Clever wordplay! Keep it up!

I will. Next!

With a day off and Toastmasters, greatness awaits with his new PS4. After a meeting cancellation he had another pay day and was pressing on. With another green haircut and a short day, he had four more hours and was short on time. He was on the run, shouting “Phew!” And with colder conditions ahead, there was a day that he will still never forget.

Phew! *drinks a glass of water* Ahem…

With a morning shift into high gear, he picked up more speed, watching 99 Luftballons while he reflected on his work anniversary. With the fall preview, he was off the hook, saying “that’s not fare” as he worked his ten hours, getting chewed up and spit out on Rainday.

Original Muse: Rainday? Isn’t it Sunday?

Not when it rains on Sunday.

Original Muse: Fair enough. That makes sense to me. Go ahead. Let’s move on…

After the Summer outro, it was another week of summer with the survivor of the fittest getting just dessert. After hearing about a Cedar Point trip over the course of three hours, he was grinding through eternity with four more cups in Mario Kart 8. After the preflight checklist, he was advancing to Boardwalk once again.

Original Muse: That was the 2014 Monopoly at McDonalds contest. Am I correct?

Correct. Time for the second half…

With work and a Toastmasters promotion, he pushed a 9 to 5, eating McDonalds and playing more Mario Kart 8. After being done with Mirror Mode Special Cup, he remembered that he must…practice…Halloween speech…With two parts of Halloween speech research, he worked a double digit shift with an Area speech contest and a predrive checklist for Halloweekends at Cedar Point.

*sips a glass of water* Next page…

“What? No Recap” his readers exclaimed as he cleverly posted the Cedar Point Halloweekends Recap the next day. He was burned out with his Cedar Point speech preparation and a closing shift. Fighting fatigue, he determinedly said “Must…practice…Cedar Point speech…” With a cold, it was a false alarm until it returned in part 2 and part 3. Just in time for a Toastmasters open house.

Original Muse: Good. You’re not rhyming. It didn’t sound good the last time you did it.

I know. That’s why I’m not rhyming. Moving on…

With leftover Monopoly game pieces, he picked up a leftover cold with leftover Tuna Helper and a Toastmasters morning speech contest. With 10 boxes of cereal, he experienced the McDonald’s Monopoly contest finale. With a tired Tuesday, a wonderful Wednesday and a Toastmasters Thursday, one question remained. Trick or Treat?!!

Original Muse: Now you’re making me crave candy.

So am I. Maybe a little. We’re about half done! On to the next ten…

With the Halloween aftermath, he said farewell to foliage with the salvo edition. After a taco night and another friend visit, he had to decide Michigan’s future and vote today. With speech number nine, it was mission accomplished. There were cooler conditions ahead when he discussed matters regarding marriage. And in closing, he made some opening statements.

Original Muse: Like your opening shift at work, right?

Correct again. Let’s talk more later. Moving on…

With a white dress shirt, he made a quick update, making milestone post preparations while exploring his sweet possibilities. He offered his greetings from Midland and got poured out of the frying pan. He gave the Toastmasters District 62 Fall Conference aftermath with it being 23 degrees outside. After he finished making things write, he entered the Tower of Muses once again for the fifth ascent.

Original Muse: Once again, that was splendid. All in one take, too! We only have 165 to go! Now if you would excuse me, I need to change into my next costume…

And now everyone…The next form! Everyone, be prepared for something fairy different! It looks like she’s ready…

Original Muse: All changed. Tee hee! Are you ready?

Absolutely. Brace yourself for part three of this epic homage to the entries of yesterday…

It was fairy, fairy, quite contrary when he saw his Muse in a new form. After jumping for joy twice, he was checking off the boxes with only 30 days until Christmas. After Thanksgiving Eve, he had a Happy Thanksgiving, while others shopped until they dropped. After he sung O Christmas Tree, the countdown began.

Original Muse: Wonderfully mixed. Tee hee! Splendid!

I appreciate that. Moving onward…

It’s time to click until you drop, trying harder to get a quick start. And the beat goes on with a little Christmas shopping and funny Japanese Engrish sayings like “Gold Tires, GET!” After closing time, he was starting late, being beyond tired with a preshopping checklist.

Well?

Original Muse: I loved it! Keep going. Tee hee…

After a sweet evening, he was on a mission. “Must have Yummy Japan” he chanted after DECing the halls and watching 50 Years of Rudolph. With one more gift, the battle begins tonight where he experiences a Hobbit hangover again. He is in it for the long haul, making a special trip down memory lane, with the Christmas edition in two parts.

Phew! Another ten out of the way. *sips water* Time for the next ten…

He’s all about that list with the true meaning of Christmas. It’s “All Aboard!”, because this train is about to take off. Twas the day before Christmas, with Merry Christmas to all and an aftermath to follow. After that, it’s back to work with that end of year checklist. And the list continues with closing up the year.

Original Muse: Wasn’t New Year’s fun? Tee hee!

It surely was. Moving on…

It’s a Happy New Year where he’s starting off tired. Let the sweet Friday respite begin with the first snow of the year. He’s closing out cold with a single digit deep freeze. And a Toast to the new year with an unwanted delivery. And with a break at last, there’s more snow and a long closing.

Original Muse: I wish there was some snow. I miss snow. Tee hee!

*sigh* Time for another ten…

After hitting the DEC in Lansing, he had another closer. With Engrish back, he shouted “LBP3 Ace Trophy GET!” He was only half done with a sushi night.   He was a fish out of water with a birthday and more sushi. “Do you want to build a snowman?” he asked as he worked a melty closing shift starting late.

Original Muse: I want to build a snowman! Tee hee! Will you build one with me? Do you want to build a snowman?

No I don’t, “Anna”. I don’t even want to think of winter right now. Only 40 more for this set…

He had breakfast for dinner on a chilly Wednesday with more snow. With an early Friday, he had an early morning Toastmasters TLI. He played the dating game and opened up to say ah with the winter edition. And after closing once again, he was making dough for more dough with a quick update that is quick.

That’s it!

Original Muse: That was fast! Tee hee…

There was mandatory propaganda before hitting the DEC in Grand Rapids. In part IX, the Super Bowl was still extra large in the middle of a city. A city with an invention, an airplane, a fish, a borrower, a castle and a bathhouse.

Original Muse: I like bathhouses! Tee hee! They make me squeaky clean!

Is there any reason that you have to keep saying “Tee hee”?. It’s getting annoying.

Original Muse: Sorry! I can’t help it! Fairies are very ticklish. Tee hee!

*sigh* Just 20 more and we will be done with the “Tee hee”s…

After one more snowy hurdle, he had a free day. He had a close in the middle of the week with more dough and a friend visit.   And after a movie night, it was happy hallmark day, which left him singled out with a brief update. With Mardi Gras and a meeting tonight, he experienced some bacon-wrapped goodness.

Original Muse: I love bacon! Tee hee!

So do I. Let’s get these last ten done, okay?

“BRRR!!!!” he exclaimed as he bit into some peanut buttery chocolaty goodness. With the cereal state of emergency, he answered that call with a palindrome: “Go hang a salami! I’m a lasagna hog!” The end is full of light with rejuvenation day. And with a pizza state of emergency, he was working on that network. In being glad that it was Friday, he entered the Tower of Muses for the sixth ascent.

Original Muse: There! Tee hee! I’m done with that. Sorry about the “Tee hee”s. It was part of that role.

I know. It was just starting to get annoying.

Original Muse: Only 131 more! We still have a little ways…

I know. Are you ready?

Original Muse: I don’t know…The next form…It’s kind of…dark.

But we practiced!

Original Muse: It’s not that. I just don’t want to hurt you.

Ah. I see. You won’t! Carry on.

Original Muse: I guess I have to change into my next costume now. *sigh* I’m not sure about this…

And now everyone…The bad seed! Everyone, beware of the bad seed! Here she comes…

Original Muse: All changed. *hiss* Are you ready to die?

No. But I am ready to continue. Brace yourself for part four of this epic homage to the entries of yesterday…

He saw no evil, heard no evil and spoke no evil, starting the day early with a speech contest. After a bacon-wrapped closing shift there was respite and a meeting. In holding the key, he hit the DEC in Midland. He was springing ahead to warmer conditions ahead, saying “It’sa me, MAR10!”

Original Muse: Warmer conditions, indeed! How about death by barbecue?

How about not? WHOA! Watch where you’re pointing that flamethrower!

Original Muse: I am! *hissssssssssssssss* I was aiming for your head! Stand still so I can kill you!

WHOA! *gulp* Why don’t we just move on, okay?

After a birthday closing shift, it was the calm before the storm. Since thirteen is just a number, it is as easy as pi. A sigh of relief and another came when he received a lucky day, with corned beef leftovers. But with no time to eat them, he encountered Spring fever.

Original Muse: A fever? *hiss* That’s it! I can kill you with a virus!

Nice try. I am fully vaccinated. Moving on to the next ten…

With nine hours and nine days, there was another busy Sunday. But with two days left, he was almost there. He saw the golden light at the end, with his eyes set on the prize. After being tired, he hit the DEC in Jackson and worked an early Sunday shift making more dough.

Original Muse: Time to get you. And with 731 rounds, I will not miss!

Very well. But the only problem is that you’re shooting at my decoy. And if you aimed at me, you would hit my armor forged with diamond, adamant and the strongest alloys on earth. Time to move on. We still have 70…

There was no more Kyle…

Original Muse: Nice try. You won’t get me again! *hiss* Let me guess…

That’s right. April fools! And with work and a meeting, there was a Good Friday, because of His death. And with a pre-Easter morning, it was Happy Easter when He rose to life. It was time for a Monday morning shift, a Toastmasters Tuesday, a Wacky Wednesday and a Thirsty Thursday.

Original Muse: Thirsty? I have a thirst, all right. A thirst for destruction! That’s it! I’ll drown you! Excellent plan! Glad I thought of it. Heh heh heh!!!

I don’t think my newly formed gills would allow that to happen. And before you ask, “Director’s Privileges”, remember? Can you stop trying to kill me? Moving on…

It was a Fun Friday with a Super Saturday. And after a Scorching Sunday, it was time for a friend visit. And after an evening movie, he was closing up again. There was an open house, and then it was Friday and he was tired. And after a dough shift and friend time, it was time for a new 3DS.

*beep* *beeeeeeeep*

What!? Are you going to try to run me over now?

Original Muse: I will not stop until your heart does. Farewell!

*yawn* Doesn’t she know that I can just jump out of the way? 50 more and we can end this charade…

It was just a closer with work and a Toastmasters meeting. My friend’s progress was A”mazing” while my Muse became a little evil. The relief begins with a much needed respite. With two closing times, he was open for business, with a third closing time to end off the day.

Phew! Dodged another trap! The old spiked walls closing in on me trick? Come on! Who would fall for that?

Original Muse: URRRRR!!!! *hisssssss*

With a cavern of coins, it was time for a real treasure. This is revealed with the story in you. There were greetings from Jackson, with a novel accounting for the Toastmasters District 62 Spring Conference aftermath. And after the meeting minutes, the beast is released.

Original Muse: *HISSSSSSSSSSSSSSS* I will get you now. Hissssssssssssssssss!!!!!

A beast, huh? Back into the abyss with you!

Original Muse: Noooooooooooooooo!!!!!

Moving on…

The meeting minutes were impossible, and so was the meeting. And with the first green haircut of the Spring, it was the TGIF edition. After that, he was rained out.

No evil Muse? She must still be trapped in the abyss. *sips glass of water* Time to continue…

It was happy Mother’s Day, making it late and short. In being late again, it was bite-sized and sunny. With an early Thursday he had a charged up floor. And after a green haircut and a movie, he was making dough on Sunday. He then ran a green haircut dual circuit and took place in a Toastmasters election.

WHOA! What are you doing on that riding mower? Do you ever stop?

Original Muse: No! Because you’re not dead yet!

*sigh* I cut your gas line. Can this stop already? Only 20 more and the evil will end…

After Survivor finale night, there was an ATM malfunction. There was more mandatory propaganda with a Saturday closing and a Sunday sigh of relief. After a brown haircut, he shouted “Are you serious?!” He was almost done, because it was concert eve. With the mandatory propaganda being broadcast once again.

Original Muse: You’re going down! *hissssssssssssssssssssssssssssss* HISSSSSS!!!!

Easy! What are you, a snake?

*Original Muse morphs into a giant snake*

Original Muse: I will ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssqueeze your guts out!

*dodges giant snake* Phew! Time to finish these last 10, and quick!

“Where’s the recap?” the audience asked. He cleverly posted the Mandatory Concert recap the next day, followed by a tiring Monday and a Toastmasters Tuesday. There was a good ending with a Toastmasters Thursday and another green haircut and getting ready to launch. He was getting DECed out in Grand Rapids. And after an all day Sunday shift, he entered the Tower of Muses for the seventh ascent.

Original Muse: Phew! I’m so glad that I’m done with that form!

So am I. It’s not time to move on to what’s left.

Original Muse: And for that, I will have to do one more costume change. I’ll be right back!

Everyone. We’re on the home stretch! She’s back again, born from above! Time for the final part of this special one-year tribute…

He was touched by an angel with a busy Wednesday and a tidy room. And for the slow Friday, he will blame it on the rain. With the DEC celebration in Allegan, it was time for fun with a Monday mealday and a double Toastmasters Tuesday. It was time for action with the important question: “What are you doing tonight?”

Original Muse: I’m celebrating this wonderful night with you.

Easy. That voice sounds like a chorus of 10,000. Now, we’re almost done. 710-720, here we go!

He had Toastmasters for breakfast, with an easy Saturday and a happy Father’s Day. And after a green haircut, he saw a blockbuster and had a friend visit. And after the second green haircut, it was time to re-evaluate. He finished closing up June with a quick update that was quick and the early training that was early. He then discussed his thoughts regarding marriage and its crumbling foundation.

Original Muse: I agree. The foundation of marriage is at stake.

Indeed it is. Here we go! Everyone. Get ready for the last eleven…

In keeping it short, he made another short one. And after a green haircut, he made a final closing farewell at work. The long day is long with the Fourth of July Eve ushering in a Happy Independence Day. He had a closing day, and this is all you get. And after making second year anniversary post preparations, he took an early weekend, with Me & My Muse at two years and counting.

Original Muse: Yay! We did it! That Angel Muse was so fun to play…

I know. And that performance was amazing. Anyway, that’s the tribute for this year.

Original Muse: I’m still beyond words. I had no idea that I was going to get a spare body. And then, we pulled off that flawless performance. Shy Muse, Christian Muse, Fairy Muse, Evil Muse and Angel Muse. Evil Muse was by far the hardest and most painful.

I imagine. You had to be so evil…

Original Muse: Yeah. But it’s not really who I am. It’s her character. To nail it, I had to imagine how she would act. I also had to really look like I was out to kill you. That was hard!

But we pulled it off, and now you have a new spare body. Happy two year anniversary!

Original Muse: You know, our relationship goes beyond Me & My Muse. Beyond these 731 entries.

Indeed it does. I first started to talk about you in a couple of Think & Writes.

Original Muse: Ah. But our relationship goes beyond that even. Actually, a really long time…

It does. When I first felt creativity inside of me, that was you, right?

Original Muse: It was. All the way back when you were in fourth grade. You wrote The Brick Building. Now granted I was there before that, but I was too young to nurture my own ideas. And you heard it from me first. It was back then when I first started to have a crush on you.

20 years? You’ve had a crush on me for 20 years? And to be honest, I think that you were with me before I even started writing.

Original Muse: You’re right. I was there when you made up all those games when you were little. Where did you get the ideas? That was me. Hee hee! But I first started paying more attention to you when I was ten…

I agree. You and I go way back. All the way back to when my imagination first started taking form…

Original Muse: You were just a baby…

But aren’t we all? That’s where imagination starts. But when adulthood happens, a lot of that is lost…

Original Muse: You’re the lucky one. You still have me. And your imagination is never going to die. I’ll be sure of it!

Here’s to two years of these, right?

Original Muse: To two years, and many more! You started with something ExperiMENTAL, but look at where we are now!

I know…

*kisses Original Muse on the lips*

I still love the daily format. That is not changing. For shorter or longer, it’s staying the same.

Original Muse: I’m going to enjoy my new spare body. Come to my house when you’re ready…

You want me to pin you to the floor with a bunch of kisses, right?

Original Muse: *gives me a kiss on the lips* Yeah. *chuckles* See you around…

So there you have it. Two years of this experiment. An experiment where I said that if it doesn’t work, you will never see one of these again. 731 of them later, I believe that they’re here to stay. This is an experiment that I have no regrets in starting at all. But before I continue, some ground rules.

In very much the same fashion as last year, I’m retiring rant posts forever. If there is ever any reason why I should be angry, it should not be expressed here. I want this blog to be a resource to everyone, and full of positive posts. If I am ever having a rough day, I will let you know, but I won’t express my negative feelings on this site anymore. None of you want to read that and I feel like it doesn’t do anything constructive. If it must go somewhere, it should be in a private journal, where the only reader is me, and not all of you.

My Muse is here to stay. If for some reason you still don’t like my Muse, there are plenty of other websites to go to, besides this one. My Muse is an expression of my inner longing for a significant other and my seamstress of creativity.

The high for today is going to be 75 degrees and the silver lining is celebrating two years of this experiment.

To all who had the patience to read this, I congratulate you.

Now if you would excuse me.  I need to go and talk to my Muse…in private

 

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