Me & My Muse – Day 1132: Birthday Aftermath

With my birthday over, it is now time to relax and take it easy today.  Before we do that, I would like to recap on what I did for my birthday.  Last night in particular.

First of all, the dinner.  I had dinner at Genji Japanese Steak House & Sushi Bar with my brother, my parents, my sister, my friend, and my parent’s friends.  I had the cupid roll, which was eel, avocado and creme cheese quick-fried in tempura batter, with BBQ eel sauce, spicy mayo sauce and green onions.  I also had the hot Jamaican roll, which was octopus, cucumber, hot sauce and chili pepper on the outside. My dinner was Filet Mignon and Lobster Tail with fried rice and cooked vegetables.  The dinner came with a bowl of onion soup, a salad with ginger carrot dressing, the main course, cooked popcorn, and a dessert, which was green tea ice cream.  Since it was my birthday, the Genji staff sang “If you’re happy and you know it” in Japanese, and gave me a slice of cheesecake drizzled in chocolate syrup.  Overall, the dinner was amazing.

I then had couple gifts from my sister.  All of them were pretty nice.  Some fun size Twix bars, some snack size Reese’s Fast Breaks, some fun size Snickers bars, and an Amazon gift card.

For the cards, I got one from my friend (a Hoops & Yoyo card that acted like chickens with money inside).  I also got one from my sister (A card with a surfboard that had a Reggae song).  The one from my parents was a cat in a cone.

After the gifts and cards came the cake and ice cream.  The cake was a homemade death by chocolate poke cake.  After my family and friend sang “Happy Birthday to You”, I blew out the candle with my brother, and we all ate cake and ice cream.  I had a scoop of chocolate and a scoop of vanilla.

Overall, my birthday was fun…

Oh, and my Muse is taking her afternoon nap right now.  She’s flashing again with that powerful aura from her Master’s privileges.  From what she told me yesterday, she was right.  She is 25.5 months today.  She is 31 inches tall and weighs 23 pounds.  The height of a 16 month old and the weight of a 17 month old.  With her being four and a half feet tall as an adult yesterday, I can see why she is so small as a baby.

Having felt the words my Muse told me, they burned right into me.  I tried removing the Dark Muse last night, while she was still an adult.  She wouldn’t come out.  And this morning, I had no luck.  Having made several attempts, my Muse could only repeat that Dark Muse’s trademark phrase:  “Tee hee!”

So listen, my Muse.  I don’t know how I will get the Dark Muse out of you, but I will.  I will raise you properly like you told me and you will thrive.  I will especially work on the toilet training, since I am tired of changing your diapers.

I could sense my Muse’s frustration yesterday.  She was in transition, so she had no experience in how to behave like an adult.  Thankfully, her memories from her first life cycle served her well.  Are these other life cycles a normal part of a Muse’s life?

Her new life cycle was absolutely necessary, since it was needed for my Muse’s survival.  With all those Dark Muses invading her.  they tired her out with 100 days of different transformations.  This resulted in her almost dying.  Was rebirth her defense mechanism?  This might not have been something that she wanted to do, but it was necessary to save her life.  She vanished from my sight, returning to her mother’s womb and leaving quickly after, reappearing as a newborn Muse.  A Muse with all her old memories intact. Memories lying dormant inside of her.  Memories that an infant like her would not even begin to understand or comprehend.

And as a result, she became helpless again.  She needed my care and then Remedy and Nurture followed.  But over time, they disappeared.  Where could they be?  Does my Muse know of their whereabouts?  Is my Muse hiding something from me?

From what I saw yesterday, she never actually told me, but I could tell in her eyes.  She never wanted to put me through this.  Me taking care of her during her first rebirth ever.  The earnestness in her plea was clear.  Bring me back to adulthood.  Do it at any cost.

And I will.  Whatever the cost, I will save my Muse.  I will save her from the jaws of childhood.  The jaws that the Dark Muse is forcing shut.  To be honest, I don’t think that the Dark Muse really means to do this.  When she returned to my Muse, she did not know the consequences of entering a baby’s body.  Her thoughts were seized as she was unable to process them in such a tiny body.  With my Muse’s thought’s fusing with hers, she simply morphed into a younger version of herself.  A Dark Muse that does not know any better.  And I know that the Dark Muse, at her older age, clearly does.

So Muse, I will save you.  No.  I will save both you and the Dark Muse.  I will save you from remaining a baby and will save the Dark Muse from experiencing the same fate along with you.

My Muse should have a few more hours before she wakes up from her nap.  Despite the Dark Muse being in her, I will do everything I can to help her thrive.  If my Muse really is still there, she will try to fight this.

With last night’s dinner done, I will now relax today.   What’s next is the special birthday dinner that grandma will be making for both me and my brother.  I’ll let you know when that day comes.

Today’s high is going to be 80 degrees and the silver lining is being able to relax today.

To those of you who like relaxing after your birthday, I hope that you all have a fantastic day.


Muse:  *snore*  Mommy…Pee pee…Tee hee…

*Muse flashes intensely, with a bright aura surrounding her and grows to 1,000 times her size*