…deadly, but way cool lookin’
Well, yesterday’s 1 hour shopping trip stretched to 3 hours, but at least we got alot of the stuff we’ll be taking to Hawaii. Since I’ll be taking the backpack full of laptop, vidcam, still cam and all necessary accessories (which will weigh about a ton), Grace will take the backpack full of clothes. We plan on buying extra clothes and all personal grooming items while there, then shipping home what doesn’t fit in the backpacks. See, Uncle Doc does not trust airlines not to lose his stuff, so we only do check on baggage.
We have a few things left to buy, but not anything big. Then, we’ll be ready for Kaua’I and the Big Island. Woohoo! I shall post to LJ from Hawaii and will make pics available for your viewing pleasure. October 2 is our departure date.
Got the spniach bed ready yesterday, but didn’t plant the seeds due to heavy bird activity in my yard. I just know those little fuckers were waiting for me to lay out the seed buffet. I’ll plant the seeds later today, after our Game Session.
Said Game Session will not be The Adventures Of Zora, since the laptop is still in the shop. Instead, I’ll most likely run a mini-dungeon full of hack & slash merriment.
And now, today’s character. Only 332 to go!
365 Days, 365 Characters
About this character: Today, we meet Oak Hill’s mayor. As misfits to one’s species go, she’s just about the ultimate.
#33: Mayor Lola the Night Hag
Mayor Lola is everything a Night Hag is not supposed to be: Beautiful, kind, caring, Lawful Good and a vegetarian. No wonder she was banished from Hades!
After several years of travelling about and doing good deeds in the Lands of Men, Lola had developed quite a following of misfit creatures that are usually called monsters. Deciding that they needed a home to call their own, Lola chose Oak hill and soon a villageb sprang up with her as the “Mayor for life”.
Lola works hard to keep things running smoothly and personally welcomes each new citizen that wanders in from outside of town. She meets once a month with the Town Council to discuss village business and also teaches art classes at the village school. Lola is married to Armand the Were-Dog (under the full moon, he turns into a Golden Retriever) and has two adopted children.
In her very rare spare time, Lola enjoys singing in the town choir, reading stories to her children and tossing a ball under the full moon for Armand to fetch.