A bit of a blast from the past. This is what I am listening to on the Ipod today.
I love this song. The video, however, terrifies me.
Guess it hits too close to my own nightmares.
Any other A7X fans out there?
"If you believe, people will doubt you. Call you crazy. There will come a time when you must make a choice - when your true beliefs will be put to the test. Us or them? The world of magic or the mundane drudgery of going through life with blinders on. You choose."
If you follow this blog at all, then you know a little bit about my nightmare condition.
Thus, my interest in dream study and sleep analysis.
I found the following video quite interesting.
Any thoughts, Creepsters?
I must first start by saying thank you for all the love you are showing me and my work.
Thank you for the love on my FaceBook fan page;
Thank you for all the traffic coming through this blog and my website;
Thank you for all the new followers we snagged over on Twitter.
I cannot even express how grateful I am to all of you because without your support, there would be no darkness over here, only light. And who wants that?!?! (wink-wink)
Anyway, I had said that all this August
I would pick one Creepster per week for helping spread the word of Night Lights Cast Shadows.
Well, there has been so much feedback that I must up the prizes.
This week, there are TWO Creepsters being honored for their love of the darkness:
(drum roll please)
Thank you both!!!
Thank you for the love!!!
And for the rest of you Creepsters out there, do not despair. There are many more prizes and the month is long. I will pick two more winners next week, so keep creepin'!!! Nothing goes unnoticed.
(and remember to read through the contest rules before agreeing to participate)
I wrote this short story in vain, against time and change and the undeniable heartbreak we all must encounter in this life. I mixed these emotions with a tiny nightmare I had about corpses and hoarders. I hope you enjoy Her Secret Stash.
(A little shout-out to my dad who came up with the "secret stash" phrase - back in the day - which is really about hidden money. :) Sorry to darken its concept, but it really worked so good here I could not resist using it.)