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Letters To Yondalla - May Torngefinklefen
« on: September 22, 2016, 06:44:13 PM »


[The first couple entries seems to be ruined by water, smearing the words. If you look closely there seems to be something written down about a man by the name of Randy, though what is written is unclear.  Towards the middle of the Journal, is when the words actually become legible]


DAY 27


Yondalla,
 today I met a halfling named Rien. He was a man of an austere lifestyle. I would later learn that he was a native from the local deserts. It's so nice to meet kin here. for my first several days I felt quite lonely, this was foolish however, because I had you the whole time. Rien seems quite interested you,
although I'm not entirely positive what his intentions are. I will bring him to see your light, just as my brothers and sisters in the faith have done before me.
I got him to pray with me this eve, in the beginning he seemed to take it more as a joke, but towards the end, he started to act more mature. I can only credit you for this Yondalla, you have a way of moving people, I should  know.




DAY 28
Yondalla,

I saw Rien again this eve, his body was bruised and bandaged. This is not an uncommon trend for Rien. I try to remind him to be more cautious, but his adventurous nature I suppose just rejects that. He came into the temple, I dressed his wounds. It didn't occur to me that I haven't had seen his face yet, it was concealed with a black hood. While I like to see Yondalla's loving smile shine in all of us, I was not going to pry. Later into the evening, he took of his hood and I saw his dusky features. He expressed to me how he never liked what he saw in his reflection. I assured him that Yondalla created us all different , and that we are all important. Not that I could ever express this verbally, but I found his dusky features quite handsome. I've decided to keep this friendship strictly casual however, I feel that if I were to have a romantic interest with him, it would distract from his conversion, and I want anything -but- that.

DAY 32

Yondalla,

today I met two halfling women, one by the name of Mera, and one by the name of Ruby.

Mera, is a sister of the faith. She has reddish/ brown hair and a naive set of eyes. She wears heavy armor and a kind smile.




Ruby is a rather interesting woman, who denies you completely. She wears clothing consisting of furs, and she carries a an axe on her back. Her hair is usually free and her eyes are crazed. She makes a point to say that I wouldn't stand out in the desert, she does this quite ofen.
I feel in time however, ruby will come to her senses and join the faith as I once had to do.



 DAY 43

Dear Yondalla,
I met another hin today, I swear! Through your grace you can make a race mutiply in a single day. This one goes by the name of Felix, I've invited him to our safeday, I hope that he'll attend.
Mr. Wellingsworth is quite the interesting specimen.He speaks clearly, and has the tendency to call me love. He has dark hair, but yet kind eyes. He refuses  to wear shoes.
He comes from a land known as the shire, I cannot say I've heard of such a place, but it does not surprise me that your loving light shines to all corners of life.
Felix has agreed to come to your safeday, but I can tell there's some doubt in his eyes.



 
DAY 45
Yondalla,

The Safeday is this eve, and I couldn't be happier. Rien and I have been diligent in out preparations and I shall pray that kin come to share your light.   I write to you from the mist camp, which was a hard destination to come to. There were many beasts along the way, and I was lucky I had sir Felix there to escort me. Once we got to the actual camp however, it was quite peaceful. We are currently setting up candles all around the camp now. Some of the humans are teasing, saying that the halflings are setting up a complex plan to roast them over  a pit- I hope this is teasing however, otherwise that would bring be great burden to know that some think so lowly of the halfling race.
The safe day was a great success, myself, Mera, Felix, Rien, and this woman who didn't say much else but " YONDALLA BLESS" attended, and we had a grand time. Everyone that was there said that they were anxious for the next Safeday, and that was nothing but music to my ears. Rien is so committed to you now, it's amazing how much growth he's made, he calls me sister and is always giving me suggestions for the next Safeday. It's always amazing to me how you can get inside a persons heart and make it whole again. Sir Felix wishes to speak to me at this moment- I shall return later to conclude this entry.


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Re: Letters To Yondalla - May Torngefinklefen
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2016, 01:21:04 AM »
DAY 45 {CONTINUED}

Felix.. he kissed me.
It was.. a good kiss, the perfect story kiss. The kinda kiss little girls giggle about .
I'm not sure what any of this means.
I've have such relations before.
But it was..
Thrilling.

I will pray to you Yondalla for guidance, you will steer me in the right direction.

DAY 50

Yondalla,
These past few days have been about constant trips to the catacombs with Sir Rein, as well as talking to felix .


DAY 60
 Yondalla.

Today, was the day, me and Mr. Wellingsworth have proceeded to calling ourselves a couple, I have not seen Rein about in these past couple days, I pray that he is well.

DAY 61:


Yondalla.
I checked Basis with Rien, he is well. I also checked in with Felix, he says that he loves me now, and he wishes to have children someday. I assured him that children would only get in my line of work, and the mists would be such a dangerous place to raise young.



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Re: Letters To Yondalla - May Torngefinklefen
« Reply #2 on: January 17, 2017, 06:14:17 PM »
I have not written in months, I loose track of the days.
there is much to say, however when I raise my quill to the parchment paper to write, I never seem to write the words as they need to be done so.
Life has been good, great even. Our  Safe day numbers are small but I have faith that they will grow, and we can establish a community of sorts.
The wedding has been set for May, that is many months from now, but If I am waiting for Felix it is well worth the wait.
I have not seen Rein, in many moons, nor  Mera I pray, oh blessed Protector, that you watch over them diligently. and guide them back to safety.
Sincerely,
May Torngefinklefen


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Re: Letters To Yondalla - May Torngefinklefen
« Reply #3 on: January 17, 2017, 06:31:01 PM »
Yondalla.
Randy came to our Safeday this eve, he is not the man I kissed under the willow tree when I arrived. He is a wanted criminal, his crime? Murder. I don't understand it, how does such happen. Is it my fault, my fault for refusing his love? If I could've been more loving, more forgiving more understanding.. could I have stopped this? As I write this I feel as such will now haunt my dreams, although it is not certain. He arrived two hours late to the Safeday, it was the first time we have spoken since he vanished so many moons ago. He planted a soft kiss to my lips, it took me back, back to the girl who had arrived at the mists, she was weak, she was scared, she was selfish. She was oh-so-na´ve she had not seen the horrors that run these lands, she had not met Jack- therefore she had not felt fear. When he kissed me, I no longer fell the spark, the passion, the care in his touch, I only felt the evil that had corrupted his heart. I know I should never lay a hand on kin.. but he had kissed me right in front of my soon to be husband, what was I to do? Before I could think of a valid option my hand swung back, leaving a mark on Randy's face. Yondalla cleanse me of my sins, for I liked the power, the look he gave me when it was all said in done. The sense of strength I had in my gut when he retreated and walked away.

I was bitter, bitter that Randy had changed, and it was all my fault.

May she bless and protect,

May Torngefinklefen