Irfan’s Cik Su F is here until tomorrow, and she’s sleeping in the room next to ours.
Some time last night, I was told she woke Emma up, trembling with absolute fear. It seemed that she saw an apparition gliding by where she slept and disappeared out through the iron grilled window. The ghostly figure wore white and its head and face was a mass of long black hair.
It might have been night terrors (though I doubt it), it might have been a dream, it might have been a fear-induced hallucination, or it might have been the real deal. But that was the story told to me this morning by Ain.
Meanwhile in other news:
- Battlestar Galactica was renewed for a third season, and there was much rejoicing. (Just get on with “Resurrection Ship” already)
- It was Alan Moore‘s birthday yesterday. He wrote a bunch of excellent stories.
- Painting a dragon can be very difficult without a proper reference, and here is the result of many revisions of it.
- According to the subtitles of the Willow Special Edition DVD, the magic word “helgafel” in the movie is spelt exactly the way thought it would be 17 years ago. Struck out for the other words though.
That is all. Thank you very much. You’ve been a great audience.