As the title suggests, I’m still up in the Emerald City enjoying plenty of Pink Floyd, delicious donuts that I recommend if you’re in the area, and being at the center of a different space to soak in the energies and take lots of pictures. I’m sure I look like a complete tourist when I stop to snap pictures of every building, but research is research!
Did you know there’s a silly store that only sells things that are rated four stars or higher on Amazon? It’s a very silly place, but they had a USB hub I needed when I was walking back from grabbing some donuts, so I can’t argue with that.
I’ve had a lot of local cuisine, ordering from far more restaurants than I usually do in my own neighborhood. I’m already sad I can’t stay here forever.
Seattle is really a special place with some amazing pizza, some great Thai food, good burgers, and more! This is coming from a girl who is bad at enjoying a lot of food, too, so it probably means more. A gal hopes, anyway.
Also I’ve actually been keeping to a decent sleep schedule! Still! I don’t think it’ll hold up once I’m in Portland because I wont have all of the same reasons helping me out, but it’s still really nice to get so much amazing sleep. People always say it’s so important, and I used to find it easy, but that got a little more difficult awhile back. This has been a nice reprieve.
As for any other fun things to say?
But before that, on Saturday… last week I was a bit behind in my own release schedule–remembering it properly, anyway. Part 2 of Sync Scent drops this weekend on both ROM and the EMCSA, but on My Patreon if you drop $10 you’ll get to not only read the END of Sync Scent right now…? But this weekend, you’ll get to be one of the first to read a story about a famous actress who has a major change in her career!
If you’d like to chat with myself and other fans of my writing, you can find us on Discord at the Madam Kistulot’s Domain! Additionally, if you want to chat with other lovers of mind control, you can do so here in Mind Control Literature!
For now, that’s me! Next week, I’ll have much more to say as per usual, but for now…
Take care of yourselves… and each other!