Yeah… all the people can get a bit much sometimes. But it’s a safe place, and we can’t afford to be choosy. I know I gripe about how I’m the only one fixing all the mechanicals around here, but I don’t have to be the one risking the bite to bring food back anymore, so by comparison I’m living the life of Riley.
Of course. She risked her life to save my Molly. Greater love hath no man, apparently. I’d do anything for her.
Oh, you know kids. They bounce back from everything. She gets loads of attention here, and she really loves it.
The fact that we’re in the middle of a zombie apocalypse and we’re all scared of some odd spider-like creature is a little unnerving to me.
I’m not scared of it. Course, I’m the one with a huge metal box full of wrenches…
Want me to bring your spider friend?
WHY ARE YOU SO CRUEL SAM
i thought you loved me
Oh calm down Eugene, it’s just a spider!
(or… you know… something that almost looks like a spider…)
Prolly a scorpion. Man, does their sting burn.
“It does not matter how slow you go so long as you do not stop.”
Hi, everyone! I’m back from my trip back to the old farmstead. It took me quite a while, having to be sneaky and avoid the zoms the whole time, but I got that little cart hitched to the back of the old motorbike. Took a lot of fuel, but I managed to get all the most critical supplies Becca and I had stockpiled.
Looks like I missed an awful lot while I was away. Lots of new faces ‘round Abel, lots of new roffles. Hello to everyone! Look forward to getting to know you.
Runner 10 was zipping past the the old trail I told him about and was able to snap this quick picture. I try not to judge the people who made this; before it happened I wouldn’t have considered zombies might not be a funny joke, either. Still, it just feels insensitive.
We may have our second generator up and running, but that doesn’t mean we have endless power. We still need to conserve our usage of water and electricity so that we have enough to go around. Turn lights off when you leave the room, or open a window for daytime lighting. Don’t leave the tele or the radio playing when you aren’t watching/listening to it. Unplug devices when they’re not in use. I challenge you all to practice one form of energy conservation today. If we’re careful, we’ll have more than enough energy to last.
Thank you, Janine. I hate always having to be the bad guy telling people the generator is down for maintenance. Every time people decide to write a story, or read something someone else has written, instead of playing a DVD, that’s a little bit longer these generators will last before they need to be shut down for repairs.