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Diary of Seed, 4-24-08

It feels good to be writing again: I have been rather negligent...and a little lonely. It's difficult to explain: I've just been very tired, and it has been getting in the way, more in the way of my writing things down than in terms of my forest frolicing.

Today, I ran into Scape. He and another deer were hanging out, but when the other deer left, it left just me and Scape. Since I wasn't in the mood for much real group stuff, this was perfectly alright by me. We decided to start off simple, since it had been a while since we had really hung out together. (I'm sorry, Scape...) we started doing silly walks.

Then, since Scape seemed to be at a loss, I figured we could go to the lake and do some water-walking. Of course, when it came to the dancing...I've gotten so used to doing a lot of tricks while I dance...umm....well....*looks a little ashamed* I fell in.

Scape helped me get one of my favorite sets back, and we were done with that, we got to play Carosel Deer! A few other deer joined us, since we found a really good spot for it with a whole bunch of relatively thin trees, perfect for carosel deer. I decided I was just worn out after that, and went to sleep.

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The Diary of Seed, 2-25-08

I did it! I did it! I sat on the air! well, mostly, I sat on a willow tree. or in one, hee-hee ^^. But I did it. I'm not very good at doing fancy things yet, but I'm managing...unless one of the deer gets twoo high. I'm looking at you, Sluggs and your cage-top mockery!...Oh, it's OK, really, Sluggs.

I also finally got to see Scape again today by the ruins! We proceeded to mess around, such as hiding in tombstones and pillars. One thing kinda bugged me, about my favorite grave to hide in: who was the little human-thing on the tombstone?...I can't help but worry that it was whoever was in the grave, and they wanted to show how much he suffered...Humans were probably crazy. Anyway, Scape and I messed around, hiding in trees and running around the river and suchnot, generally having the best time I've had in days. Then we did some magic with some other deer, and I had to go.

I met up with Scape, Sluggs and some other deer -- some fawns, I guess, and some stags -- in the ruins again later. They were hanging out near the wall, all the stags as fawns, and we became like this...this...wall-o'-fawn-butts! It was very funny. Most of the others left, but Scape, Sluggs and I stayed behind and played with the wall some more: we started just sort of floating outside the wall, sometimes half imbedded in the wall, and sometimes upside-down...When we were done laughing about that, we found a little spot in the ruins that, to me, looked exactly like a dance floor! it was just a little square of stone. So we started dancing. I even got to breakdance some more ^^ And then Sluggs had to go, which made me realize how late it was, and how tired I was, so I just curled up there on the dancefloor and went to sleep.

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The Diary of Seed, 2-24-08

No pictures today; I woke up oddly moody, having heard deep rumblings and a feeling of unhappiness in that place between sleep and waking where I hear things. I spent most of my morning wandering around, feeling sad and insecure. I wandered, and just frequently would run off and take a nap...

and when I woke up, I had a plan: in that place, which seemed a happier one now, I heard of deer sitting in the air. I wanted to try that, since I like things like flying or waterwalking or such silliness...but I couldn't. I would get a good run, some air, and then, when I started to sit...I'd fall. sometimes, I wouldn't even sit at all. I managed it once, for a glimmer of a second. Then, later, I ran into Sluggs, who I knew had been doing this. For a while, we just goofed off, running around and suchnot, and I had a pretty good time: but in the back of my head, I had a feeling Sluggs was going to want to do that, and I didn't know what I would do then. So when Sluggs started flying around, I was trying really hard to sit in the air. I couldn't. I got really frustrated, since I couldn't tell what I was doing wrong! I don't like not being able to do something other deer can do. I don't wanna look stupid. Silly yes, but that's all in good fun. I think I might have started crying if Sluggs wasn't there...and maybe Sluggs understood this somehow, because he nuzzled me some, and then we just did other things. But I was tired from all the running, so I went to go to sleep for the night. I've taken to sleep under the bridge.

((OOC Note: for some reason, the image in my head of Seed about to cry, or Seed crying, is too cute for words. I might try drawing it sometime ^^. I, as a player, am fine. No worries ^^. He's just been feeling too much subconcious forum angst))
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The Diary of Seed, 2-22-08

Today, I met up with Scape again, and we quickly got down to water-walking. I thought about it, and wrote a haiku:
Fawn watches balance,
Ripples spreading beneath hooves
Splash! only a frog

I need to work on my haiku, I think. This will require practice. Maybe I'll write a whole bunch...provided I can think of some stuff that would make good haiku.

Anyway, Scape and I even went and were underwater deer for a while. Being an underwater deer is fun. We met up with Sluggs for a bit; he turned into a fawn, and we played at being the fawn tree, and its relative the two-butted, one-headed fawn tree. We headed out to the ruins after that (or was it before?) for a little while, but then it was just the two of us again, off to go shove parts of ourselves into strange places. Or hop and run and leap around. You know, whatever presented itself. We hung around the crying idol for a bit, and then we went to the bridge. Not the top of the bridge...I mean under it! we played the two-headed fawn-troll that lives under the bridge. that was one of my favorites. When we were leaving, we ran into another fawn, who I guess must have heard us playing down there. We danced for a bit -- I even got to practice my breakdancing skills: I'm learning to go from laugh-spinning on the ground to dancing really fast, and vise-versa: it helps to rear and spin a it, first. I took a nap after that.

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