Eleonora is working. Every day brings something new in New Orleans, don't it? Tag Robin but open also to those that might be visiting the Crescent City.
Also, setting this up in a way that it might make it easier for Robin and Cole to meet up in NYC in the future? It was just a thought to bridge that potential gap but no need to implement if you have your own plot bunnies.
That the thing about New Orleans, now. It's a generous city. Give you what you want before you hardly know to ask for it. Trouble is, acourse, that a man wants a number of things that aren't particularly good for him. And those sort of things are a New Orleans speciality.
Rebels of Babylon
"To say that New Orleans is haunted, is like sayin' that peppers are hot and coffee keeps you up at night. It's a fact. Some days, the ghosts and pirates are as thick as the morning fog that you can see like the hand in front of your face. Ain't no place that you could move around and not stumble upon the dead. Our hotels are haunted, our cemeteries are haunted, our bars are haunted. We're a city living in a present that the past owns."
And nothing made that more apparent than passing a neon sign on Dauphine Street that screamed ATM, located right under a soot covered gas light from the 1800s. Like anything else that wasn't destroyed by Katrina, it found itself a victor that won its continued place in the French Quarter. Much like the patrons that frequented the jazz bars with their hands wrapped around a cold one as if they were still holding on for dear life.( Read more... )
I wanted to warmly reintroduce a mun that's returned to us after a hiatus and welcome back some old but awesome faces, Mora and Robin Ward (VtM and WtA):
She's also agreed to let me share her Plurk, so do add her and make her feel back at home if you are on that network (and if you aren't, get in on it! She can be found @grotesquewonderland).
Then there's new muse Nora vevevavoom. She's mine, so reach out if you ever want to plot. I'm excited that she's been well-received and she's already being a busy little bee.