"I, Strahd, Lord of Barovia, well aware certain events of my Reign have been desperately misunderstood by those who are better at garbling history then recording it, hereby set down an exact record of those events, that the truth may at last be known...
From the personal journal of Lord Strahd Von Zarovich, excerpt from the novel, "I, Strahd", by P.N. Elrod.
"Women are my weakness. Or to be more accurate, I should say they are my greatest weakness, for I have many. Travel, Books, Classical Music. Art. Excellent wine. And, formerly, cocain. I admit these thigs without a sense of guilt, I am, as my friend from Vienna says, a man with a man's contradictions.
I am neither good nor bad, neither angel nor devil.
I am a man.
I am a vampire."
Excerpt from the novel, "I, Vampire", by Michael Romkey
Well, after 4 years, I have decided to update this site. Here you can learn about me, about my interests, and my life.
I am 29 years old. I live in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. I have worked at Casino Nova Scotia for the last 2 years. Some of my intersts are Music, Movies, Video games, Amature photography, Canus Lupis (the Wolf), Computers, and ofcourse, Books.
On this site you can access some of the intersts of my life. The links at the top of the page will direct you to some of my interests.
To me, the most improtant things in life are Family & Friends. On my picture page, you can see both.
So, sit back and take a look at my life. It may not be as exciting as some other people out there, but for me, what I have done in my life, makes me happy.
See if I am online! Send me a message* about the page, or even if you just want to chat and get to know me better! Even if I am not online, send me a message!
*NOTE: You must be a member of the Yahoo community to send me a message.
Personal Motto: "Don't worry. Whatever problems happen, they happen for a reason, and sooner or later, a solution presents itself to correct that problem. And if not, then there was nothing you could have done in the first place to correct it. So why spend the entire time worring about the problem. That only cause more problems."
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