Well, this farming thing isn’t too terribly bad and I am truly happy that Ty and I were able to buy the farm. The house isn’t great, however, it’s better than living in a tent, sometimes. Sure, we finally got the roof replaced and things aren’t quite so wet inside the house.
I actually have pots and pans now. Ty came home with a big bag of stuff the other day and in there were pots and pans with other cooking utensils. Now, that means I don’t have to make do with my armor anymore. He told me that it was high time that I learned how to cook properly with the right tools to begin with. Poor man has no idea that my cooking is legendary – legendary as in real bad.
Now, we won’t have to wait while I make my helm cuisine – the carrots floating around inside my helm with added bits of potatoes and this and that. It always tasted good, however, it did take days for me to get the smell out of my helm. I am real hesitant on giving up on the shield grill though – that thing really does make some of the best grilled food – fish, meat and yes, occasionally some grilled steaks. Oh, the shield wasn’t mine, it belonged to an Alliance Paladin that doesn’t need it anymore. However, the ornate work on the shield was always a bit hard to clean up after cooking on it though. So, now I have pots and pans – we don’t eat that often but we do enjoy a good meal.
I think my dear brother has no clue about how to deal with our baby sister. Here he has her living in her own little house in Silvermoon, has given her servants and all of the things that she needs to keep up the front, so to speak, and then, he still won’t give her access to the accounts that she wants in order to “live up to the standards” that she has come to expect. She wrote me a rather lengthy and scathing letter concerning out brother.
I got a letter from Fnor telling me that he was making inquiries and arrangements to get Fae married off. I think that is just asking for more trouble and fully intend on writing him back and telling him that. He knows how she reacted the last time and if she hears of Dawnglory’s upcoming nuptials, I’m sure that she will go off the deep end for sure. I’m glad that Ty and I are in Pandaria and removed from all of the family stuff.
Ty laughs at me constantly because I know that I do run about how the family is just going to Hell on the fast track with all of the trouble that they cause for each other. What the hell!! I’m a member of the family and I’m dead, I know better than to do some of the silly shit they are pulling. Why would I want to get involved in that shit?
Well, at least Ty and I are doing what we want to do with the farm and just enjoying our time that we get to spend there, which isn’t as much as I would like to do. We still have to go down to the Jade Forest and break in the new recruits that seem to still be arriving – why they are being sent here is a mystery to me after all of the trash that has gone down with Garrosh – what a pinheaded fool he has turned out to be.
We were able to slip away and do some things that we wanted to do today. We actually took some time to sit around the Jade Temple grounds and fish – did some laundry and watched FuzzButt chase some butterflies. I swear that kitten has grown by leaps and bounds – must be almost completely grown and spoiled rotten. I swear that if we were able to have children, Ty would still lavish most of his affections on that silly feline.
I know that my brother was being all nosy in his letter and was asking me what my intentions were with Ty – well, let’s just say that I won’t go into any details in that matter because what goes on between us is consensual. Are we going to get married like the living do? Probably not, we don’t need too, we aren’t going to have children and we sure as hell don’t need a piece of paper that says we’re together – we’re pretty damned obvious with that.