The Journal

August 6, 2010

When your fall is long enough to make you contemplate life, there is always a chance of staring death in the face. I’d even say diving straight into its belly.

When I came to my senses this morning, I could not bring myself face to face with the fact that I was alive. Continue Reading


The Journal

August 5, 2010

Never in the last ten years of my life had I feared death. The fear was unknown to me as the worst possible way to die on my job was either by traps set in the sites I excavated- which did not happen as the traps, like a four year old, had their limit of playing hide and seek- or by consuming food articles that had been preserved for thousands of years. I had always thought it would be fun to be chased by mummies and their curses, but that had not been the case on this particular night of august, which had perhaps been the longest night of my life.

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First blog post

This is my very first post on my very first, serious blog site. I will be posting stories that my mind can conjure- some might be simple and short, while others might be long and complex. Mostly the latter. They might even stretch over for months. So, please be patient with me and help make this site a better place for preserving the worlds we want to travel to.