Wednesday, October 24, 2007

happy trails

I'm busy right now with things that have absolutely nothing to do with Janna Saint James, so this blog'll go un-updated for a while.

All comments will still be moderated and responded to, as and when I have time. Thanks to all for offering their opinions and suggestions. Even the asshats.

Many people are like Janna St. James, even if it's not the gargoyle herself (but it very well could be). Anyone can be an "Audrey." The biggest mistake you can make is thinking you're too smart not to be. Be careful out there.

6 comments:

A said...

Thank you for sharing your personal hell with us. I hope you don't stay gone forever. Take care and be safe.

audrey said...

Yes, anyone can "an Audrey," but only a select few of us can be an AUDREY. :-)

Arctis said...

I'm sensing some closure at hand. Good for you! That which doesn't kill us... yada, yada, yada.

SG said...

The worst thing isn't having your heart broken. The worst thing isn't believing in something that turned out to be untrue. The worst thing is doubting yourself for questioning, and then finding out too late you were right all along. It's a disgusting thing to deceive someone out of her instincts. But you're right -- anyone thinking she's "too smart" for something like this is on the path toward disaster. How do we be careful without being too careful? I hate that people make us more cynical than we have to be.

ephemerina said...

sg - holy shit, that's exactly it. I could talk till the cows (llamas?) come home, and some people (including Josh) didn't get it, don't get it, prolly never will get it. Not only did Janna/"Jesse" tweak me that way so I was so on the defensive about my friends' skepticism, if I was the slightest bit skeptical about something, her/"his" feelings would be SO hurt that I could even THINK that, because, of course, what kind of monster would DO that kind of thing? Duh. And even now, I'm unable to articulate it properly. Thank you for hitting the nail on the head.

Bindyree said...

Shit decomposes when it's exposed to sunlight, so keep doing this. I know my journal detailing the control tactics and behaviors of my impostor has kept at least two other people from getting too far into the abyss of self-doubt and indoctrination, and yours has done the same. Good for you!