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January 24, 2006

Pilot

"There is a tide in the affairs of men. Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. But omitted, and the voyage of their life is bound in shallows and miseries. On such a full sea are we now afloat, and we must take the current when it serves -- or lose the ventures before us." -- William Shakespeare, "Julius Ceaser"

I am more certain of that tide, each day. One month ago I would say I don't know what future holds for me with deep sorrow in my heart.

Today I still don't know what future holds for me, but i know it's definately a great venture. An AD-venture, I dare to say. I got a job!

Posted By Peter Pan at 06:09 PM

January 21, 2006

What? Where? Why?

What is Neverland? Where is it? Why do people who go there wonít ever come back?

Well, these are the questions you might be asking yourself right now. Iím not here to answer it though, Iím afraid.
I just would like to let you know if you ended up here it wasnít by chance, so take a tour around the land and enjoy.
Here is somewhere you can get lost without fear of never finding yourself again. You can relax, think, reflect and get a little crazy or weird sometimes. Here is where weird is good because there is no one else looking.
ďThe second star to the right, straight on till morning.Ē That, I had told Wendy, was the way to the Neverland. The place was founded by myself, Peter Pan, and unlike most people think I am a normal guy, walking, breathing, feeling, and watching One Tree Hill. Yes you read write. I love One Tree Hill. Actually, I love a handful of known TV shows, but I love even more to comment about the music and book quotes on the episodes. The fact that I can fly only with the help of happy thoughts doesnít make me different at all and itís something almost forgotten by those who know me closely.
I guess you got the purpose of this space, after this grownup explanation. Now go on and get your way. In or out of here.

Thanks for stopping by!

Posted By Peter Pan at 03:00 PM