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Sep. 12th, 2017


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I never thought I'd say this, but I'm actually glad that I have a full-time teaching job. It, along with a lot of wine, has helped to distract me from the fact that Pansy has disappeared. I haven't talked about it, but I rarely talk about these things. A quirk of mine, I guess.

Art History Students — please make sure you've completely read Chapter 2 of your text. We will be discussing it in class over the next few days, and may or may not be having a quiz on it.

Art class students — we will be working with water colors this Thursday. Don't worry about bringing your own set if you don't already have one. I ordered plenty for the class.

[ooc: if you have a student that would like to be in either of his classes please feel free to assume as much! Me and Neal will go along with it!]

Aug. 31st, 2017


You know, people talk about how this bigger town's nice and all, but it can be harder too. All the vets that I've found have gone straight.

So like, can anyone recommend a good place that does stitches?

Aug. 30th, 2017


I'm pleased to announce that I will be teaching Art History and Art at EPS this year. For those of you that are enrolled in my class, my name is Neal Caffrey. It'll be a pleasure working with you all.

Now I realize that classes aren't starting until next week, but I'd like for you all to think about what you'd like to learn in class. I obviously have ideas, but that doesn't mean that I'm not open to new ones. Let me know what you're thinking and what you'd like to cover.

In other news I'm also going to be holding art classes at the community center twice a week in the evenings, for anyone that isn't of school age and wants to have a creative outlet. They'll be every Tuesday and Thursday for 6 to 8 pm.

And as always I'm open for commissions.

Aug. 24th, 2017


So it's about that time to look for a job.

I'm thinking about applying at the University - Art History is right up my alley. I'll still do commissions on the side, of course, and maybe some community classes. If there's interest, that is.

In the meantime I've got the following pieces for sale. Forgeries First two are replicas, of course. Though really no one will be able to tell. The last is an original watercolor.




[ooc: Please pretend the last one is an original]

Aug. 7th, 2017


Third time's the charm, right?

Maybe whatever keeps us here decides to keep me here longer, or just not bring me back at all? I mean that is an idea.

The name's Neal for anyone that I haven't met.

I hear it's unusual that I remember my last romp in Tumbleweed, but I'm not exactly your typical guy.

2 hours down, 46 more to go. This is going to be great.

Jul. 11th, 2017


Seems as if all the universes have one thing in common — the need to find a job.

Still considering looking at the government. Not 100% on the fence about that, though. Had my run with the feds, and that might be enough for me. Besides, it wouldn't be the same without Peter my friend there with me.

So my fall back is art. I have taught art before, and am willing to take commissions if anyone is interested in a portrait. I'm skilled in all mediums, even sculpture if that's something you want. Never know when a person will want a bust of themselves just in their hallway.

Let me know if you're interested. In the meantime I've painted these replicas if anyone wants to purchase them:

Image 1

Image 2

Image 3

Jul. 5th, 2017


Out of quarantine finally, but it's an out of the frying pan and into the fire situation. Literally. Think they'll let me back in there if I ask nicely? With privileges, of course, to wander in an out. They at least kept it cool.

Which I'm hoping my apartment has air conditioning because if it doesn't I might have to take up permanent residence at a pool.

Jul. 3rd, 2017


So this is different.

Texas, not the being transported via portal. You think that would be the weird thing, but it's not. Feels like I'm an old pro at it now, though truth be told a few years ago this would have been nearly impossible to fathom.

Still, I gotta say I prefer Paris.

Quarantine isn't so bad. 48-hours is probably the shortest time I've spent incarcerated.

The name's Neal Caffrey. It'll be a pleasure once I get out of here.