On our last trip into the Vale just a few days ago, you couldn’t help but notice the destruction of the Vale by the Horde. Hellscream’s little goblins have torn a great hole in the ground and appear to be mining for something – this couldn’t bode well for the rest of us, I’m sure.
I was in hopes that even Hellscream would have some respect for Pandaria and the Pandaren. I’m almost shocked that they haven’t put a stop to the digging and the destruction of this most sacred of places in Pandaria. It makes my heart sad to think that even here in Pandaria, the Horde feel the need to destroy everything they touch. It wasn’t enough that they have destroyed much of the forest lands in Kalimdor, now, they are starting the destruction here in the heart of this beautiful land. Kae and I both were appalled and probably will not be venturing into the Vale very often henceforth. It truly does make my heart weary to see the beauty of the land destroyed here in the same fashion-the deforestation of Kalimdor reeked of greed more than a need for survival.
One would have thought that Hellscream and his Orcs would have had their hands full with the business going on in Kalimdor and would have left this land alone. I suppose that this destruction will only end when someone or some group is fortunate enough to bring about his demise, I pray to Elune that this ends soon.
Kae still can’t seem to make up her mind if she wants to take a leave from the Sentinels or not. I guess that she is wanting some kind of permanent commitment from me to give her assurance that I won’t leave her and she will have nothing left. It bothers me that she would even doubt my sincerity when I tell her that I care for her very deeply, not only as my dearest friend, but, also as my lover.
My parents were very young when they took their vows at the Moonwell and even though those vows were broken and mended a few times, they seem to have weathered the storms of life rather well. They had more of a noticeable racial thing fighting against them the whole way than what I do – they were definitely of different races and cultures and you could see that at first glance, however, in my case, I look more Kaldorei than I do Sindorei until you get close enough to gaze deep into my eyes. There the glint of green can be very prominent depending upon the lighting and my mood. Ah well, I don’t know that I am ready to make that lifelong commitment yet, I’m still a young man, I care for Kae and I may even love her but until I feel that I am ready, I am not going to make that final step.
Women!! They are so alluring and so confusing at the same time, it makes a fellow wonder what he is supposed to think. I have spent many hours contemplating the questions that I have in my mind about my situation and I have even prayed to Elune to give me some guidance. Since I am not sure which entity is really guarding my family – I even prayed to the Light. I still have those doubts and questions in my mind. I suppose I need to talk to a more experienced fellow about these sort of things – my Father is still in Silvermoon, so that leaves him out, I suppose I could talk with Civardi or even one of the other Fools – of the male persuasion, to see how they have handled this sort of thing in the past. I know that Josie’s best buddy would give me some answers since he seems to be running a harem with the women he works with, even if they are both worgen. Strange situation there that makes mine look as calm as a lake in the moonlight.
Naturally, I can’t talk to Kae about my feelings because she might misunderstand and might just pack up her stuff and move back to the camp – which would make me feel devastated completely. It’s a tricky thing, maybe I should talk to one of the Pandaren monks that I see around here in Halfhill from time to time, I bet they could help me out, if they are into that sort of thing – I am sure they must be because there are a lot of little Pandaren running about.
Oh, I have spent enough time writing about my personal feelings for the time being. I am really concerned about the things going on in the Vale. If the Horde unleashes something that they can’t control, it might cause more trouble for all of Pandaria. I know that the others have noticed the strange goings on and they have to have made some kind of investigation or inquiries into the matter, however, Kae and I are too far down the line of Scouts and Sentinels for us to be made privy to the information, I suppose.
I wish my Father were still here in Pandaria because I know that he could make some inquiries to his people and find out what is going on, maybe. I hear that Hellscream has driven most of his supporters away with his talk of a “pure” Horde which definitely wouldn’t include anyone except for the Orcs. Stupid fool is defeating himself and has no clue.