August 2019






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Aug. 12th, 2019


Ragnar, Ronan, Public


I dreamt of Kattegat last night.


You should talk more if you want me to believe something isn't going on.


Are there any non-denominational places of worship in town or nearby?




Aug. 8th, 2019



The problem with spending so much time in the Capital is that I'm horribly out of touch with the happenings in town. Mermaid's tail? Disappearing arcade game? How does one make sure to be around the next time something bizarre happens?

Aug. 6th, 2019



Hello, my family is coming back into the neighborhood. It's been a while since the summers when I was a kid.

Anyway, I have a few extra trays of inside-out pocket pies, if anyone has a sweet tooth.

Aug. 4th, 2019



There's a bit of a relief in finding that Repose hasn't changed its ways at all. Hello, I'm Del for those that might have moved into town since I've been away.

Davies Drawing & Design will be open this week, the typical hours that my mother would have kept it open, with the addition of a few hours in the morning. I've restocked the most needed school supplies, and taken a look at what mother was selling the most of in recent years, so hopefully you can find what you need.

Are street parties a consistent thing now?

Jul. 20th, 2019



[Public: as anon]

[At three am.]

A person will die of starvation slower than lack of sleep. Starvation takes weeks.

Jul. 12th, 2019


[Service: Mercy & Shiloh]

Who: Shiloh Father Browning and Mercy
What: Service and after
Where: The Protestant church
When: Sunday
Warnings/Rating: Jesus?

It was easier for priests, dressing for service in a new town. )

Jul. 8th, 2019


[News: Protestant Church]

[Being that Repose is such a small town, word gets out quickly about the new pastor over at the church. The last pastor took himself off shortly after the dreaming, and the town's faithful were left wringing their hands with worry that they weren't going to see a replacement before the winter snows came. The new pastor is, therefore, welcome, even if he smiles too much during service, and even if he feels much too young to many of the older members of the congregation. But he wins everyone over with those easy smiles, passionate sermons, and willingness to counsel the town's troubled, and no one seems willing to be the first person to say there's something like sinning about him when he fixes his gaze on them. No one recognizes him as Shiloh Fairchild, and it's the first time Mother's insistence that the children not socialize beneath themselves comes as something useful. Stories of Mother's murder have long since faded from the media, and Pastor Browning, it seems, is here to stay.]