Dearest friends, hullo! Have you been enjoying the month of April so far? What a strange state we live in now!
We have just finished reading The Mark of Zorro, which was a delightful adventure all the way through. it’s an easy and quick read, though difficult to quantify when retrieved digitally. An hour or two a day, and you can complete it in about a week.
That Zorro! What a caballero! He has a purer heart than I, let the record show! I do things for fancy and entertainment, and only occasionally out of the goodness of my heart, but that Zorro! It’s quite a thing to have a glimpse of that culture, in which pride and honor clash regularly with pride and arrogance. Let it be said, however, some of the attitudes are a bit dated… As were some of the adventures I had the honor of partaking in, naturally. And if you’re privy to certain bits of knowledge, it’s actually quite funny to read through.
What’s next? I suppose I owe the Necronomicon a visit… But where to begin? It’s not terribly straightforward. Perhaps The Call of Cthulhu, or History of the Necronomicon.
As to personal matters… Lenoir’s wrist is recovering, but its mobility is not all there. The healing may be somewhat hampered because of his new job, which requires great physical activity. The state of things has his mind greatly worried, and he spends his free time appeasing it on books and Persona 5 Royal. So, no comics or drawings for a bit longer. But I am quite happy to chat with you in the meantime.
Persona 5 Royal? We’ve just been past Futaba’s little bit, though she’s still sleeping on Medjed. Ha ha! The summer has been a trial to cope with. Lenoir feels pressed to rank up Maruki and Kasumi, but our dear wildcard prefers the company of familiar faces such as Ryuji and Ann. Still, isn’t it nice how they upgraded the part-time jobs and the DVD rentals? But why on earth did they take away the news channel from the CRT television?
Are you well? Don’t think too much on the future if you cannot afford to. Sometimes, the present requires your full attention. If you are in a bind, take some time to explore all of your options, and ask around your contacts. There is often a way, no matter how ridiculous it looks.
Now, a Dios! Ha!
Your eternal servant,