Wednesday 11 December 2019

Your Mid-Week Update for 12/11/19

This week’s theme is: mother nature and the powers she holds.

Over the weekend, we committed basement man’s body to the earth and she swallowed him up in a couple of hours. After we’d dug a few holes for his body parts around town and poured the rest in an active construction site to be cemented over early in the morning. But then he was gone, committed back to the earth as we are all going to be eventually. He would have gone kicking and screaming if we hadn’t previously burned off his tongue, broke his left leg into 26 pieces, and removed his right leg to the knee. We really got creative with him.

But after everything we’d done to him, he still returned to nature. It was strangely beautiful. I started thinking about how mother nature has been a more brutal killer than me. How completely she can tear someone apart or slowly destroy them. And all the different ways the simplest, more innocent things can bring about the end.

So this week’s theme as I teach Casey through practical means, is to explore creative, natural ways to take a life. Someone of it might be literal like impaling someone in the forest, or using poisonous herbs and slipping them to a stranger on the sidewalk, or burying someone alive and watching as she earth takes them from the inside out. I’ve got a couple of ideas (clearly) but if you’ve got any, I’d love for you to share them.

P.S., Casey is picking this all up incredibly well. She’s taken a liking to sharp objects which I think is a perfect starter for her. The way she slit basement man’s throat so deep it fell back and was hanging by the skin of his neck was very impressive.

I know, I know, this isn’t her first rodeo but she’s taken to it very well and she’s listening to my instruction. I did worry that her teenage brain would refuse to listen because she already has experience but that girl continues to surprise me.

I’m glad I didn’t kill her.

I wonder if there are other people I regret murdering…


So we’re focusing on nature and her destructive force and so far, it’s been really fun to get back to my roots.

Get it?


I’m funny.

But things are looking up lately. At least they aren’t getting worse.

Shit. I just jinxed it, didn’t I.

Oh well.

Bring it on, universe!

As always, dear readers,

Stay Safe

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