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Memoirs of Craig X. Retsnimde (Introduction)

Memoirs of Craig X. Retsnimde (Introduction)

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Craig X. Retsnimde
I have lived a very full, and some may say, unbelievable life. I admit that there have been times where I have questioned my own sanity, and I can also plainly state that some of these events which I am putting down for posterity seem to defy the known laws of the Universe. However, these happenings are well-documented historically, and if you cannot suspend your disbelief for the time you read this, I implore you to visit your local library to verify the doubts you harbour.

These memoirs are not just for future generations, though. I have recently discovered that my own mind is beginning to slip away from me. I cannot recall names and faces with the clarity of my youth, nor can I be certain as to when in my life things happened. In short, I am recording my memories as a way to keep some sort of grasp on who I was, who I am, and who I will be. I apologise in advance if anything seems to be fragmented; I am doing the best I can. Please realise that while I am trying my best to keep these glimpses of my life as complete as possible, there are some things which I am unable to fully remember.

With all of that said, I must now be brutally honest with everyone associated with these Memoirs. I cannot guarantee the accuracy contained within this book. Know only that this is the product of a failing mind trying desperately to glean something significant from the cobwebbed recesses of weakening memory. As long as I am able, I shall attempt to verify the events of my life with close friends and family. Unfortunately, since I am getting on in years, there aren't as many of them as I would like.

So, please remember as you read this collection of my life that, while I believe it to be real, I do not know for sure.

-Craig Xerxes Retsnimde
  • I'm so glad you're back and feeling creative. And from reading your post it sounds like I have a lot in common with your buddy Craig.
  • What Craig needs to really do is get up so he can get a needle in his neck. If he already got one, then he needs to go to Wadham Cinema where Arcos is waiting. But, then again, maybe that's just me...
    • Easier said than done, my friend. For some reason, there are Zeds who seem to have acquired a taste for rotted flesh. He's 2S 1E of Wadham, at a designated revive point. Good thing he remembered that bit of trivia from his time as a breather, eh?
      • Arcos has been down there several times in the past week, but Craig always seems to be lying down. If he could get to Wadham, then it wouldn't be hard to revive him, Arcos has been saving a needle for that express purpose.
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