While it can be said that I enjoy working for Shadowmoon Enterprises, I’m not so sure that I enjoy having to deal with this little frog person from Morningstar Enterprises when I am in Shattrath. Her voice, oh by the Light, her voice makes my teeth hurt and the language – it’s so crude sounding when she speaks Common, which she has a limited vocabulary at best. At least we’re not together all of the time, we just happen to run into one another in Shattrath from time to time. Zippie, what a ridiculous name that is and the surname isn’t too far from wrong with it being Prattfall – she does seem to do that frequently, in my opinion.
I suppose if I could be considered a traitor in some circles by working for an employer that is married to a Sindorei and they are running businesses and selling goods to both factions. Amyn tells me that is making money for both sides and that I should realize that she would never do anything that would be harmful for the Alliance. I do know that we don’t send out weapons to the Horde, however, we send out all manner of goods to them. Of course, now that this Zippie person has access to our warehouse goods in Shattrath, it will mean that I will have to inventory a lot more when I am down there to make sure that we have what we need to service our customers and that we are being compensated correctly when she takes goods. I don’t think that combining the two companies outwardly like it has been done is a wise decision either – what if some person happens to talk to the right people in Stormwind, we could all end up in jail. At least I only have to endure the place once a month down there and collect what monies are owed on contracts if Amyn hasn’t already done so. She works hard for a boss and I will have to tip my hat to her for that because she seems to balance her marriage, her family and the political situation quite well. I have seen her husband in Shattrath and I will have to admit that he is quite handsome for a Blood Elf. I can actually see some resemblance in the boys now that I have laid eyes on their Sire. Most assuredly, the boys look more decidedly Kaldorei, however, the way they both smile and that self-assuredness that seems to be a trait of the Sindorei is definitely in evidence.
I will have to admit that I enjoyed the short trip that I made to Pandaria, however, I’m not sure that I like all of the bears there. Oh, they are friendly and likeable enough, however, I don’t think that I have ever been overly fond of furries. The countryside is beautiful and dangerous in some areas or so I’m told. I know that I was up there primarily to give my opinion on opening another warehouse up there and I don’t think that it is such a good idea because who knows which way the Horde will go from one day to the next – the other company’s people might decide to revolt and take everything over and then, where would our employees be? Not a good plan in my considered opinion.
I had Vashlan keep an eye on things while I was away and his Mother was visiting with his Father. Not real sure that was such a good idea. He hired some people while I was away and I can’t help but feel that he wasn’t using his brain when he hired them – they were all women. At least I know what drives the young man and I think that I will ask someone else the next time I have to be absent and Amyn isn’t going to be in town. We’ll have to see how all of this works out, won’t we?
I guess that Kaldor is making arrangements to have all of his stock for his contracts shipped into Stormwind instead of making the trip down like he was. I wonder what is up with that, I really like that young fellow. I suppose his late night carousing here in Stormwind with his friends has caused him some complications with his woman, she’s a Sentinel or was a Sentinel and those women don’t put up with much nonsense from their men, which is as it should be.
Oh, I did have a nice surprise when I got back to town. I had a letter from Lagn and he is staying in Darnassus for the time being. He also had some flowers delivered that were quite lovely. The letter was friendly enough and was mostly about his time with the Kaldorei and then he asked me out to dinner. I suppose it wouldn’t hurt anything if I did go out to dinner with him even if he is an employee. I’ll have to give that some thought though, might not be the proper thing to do.
Oh well, I suppose I ought to stop writing and get back to work. I just dread trying to balance the books for our share in Shattrath and then have to turn around and balance the books for here in Stormwind. There are times that I feel almost trapped at my desk and the weather has turned quite lovely and I would like to be outside enjoying it – this past winter of being stuck here most of the time has made me almost loathe it.