Venii redux

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Venii redux

Postby Venator_Poeta on Sat Dec 27, 2008 11:09 pm

Avete;

Lucius Horatius Venator Piperbarbus (alias Stephanus Ullerius Venator Piperbarbatus) lost his information for here and reregistered under the user name Venator_Poeta.

For those with whom I've not exchange words in awhile, hello again!

I'll look through my old posts and see if I need to catch y'all up on anything important.

One thing, though, I'm now a Senator of Nova Roma.

"see" you in a bit.

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Re: Venii redux

Postby Venator_Poeta on Sat Dec 27, 2008 11:24 pm

(Chalk it up to few posts and a fast reading rate ;-) )

Avete;

Looks like my last post was in April, recounting "The Tale of the Faltering Heart." alias "Venii ex Machina." >({|;-)

I had my "6-month" read a couple of weeks ago. The results looked good; the pacemaker is activating less of the time than at the 6-week mark (<6% as opposed to >8%). I am cleared for a normal life with the only restrictions being keeping distance from sources of strong electro-magnetic interference and avoiding trauma to my upper body.

I was incognito for some time, the combination of the heart trouble, illness, health problems with wife and family, plus the death of my uncle Michael, who was the older brother I needed while growing up... turned me recluse for quite awhile.

Things are looking up; have a new job with the same employer that I like, getting caught up on my bills, Kin and Kith are feeling better, I'm starting to write again, too.

So, Venii will be around a little more.

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Re: Venii redux

Postby Valerius Claudius Iohanes on Sun Dec 28, 2008 2:19 am

Ave, Senator Lucii Horatii Venator Piperbarbe, iam etiam, Venator Poeta -

Mehercule, a heavy load that must have been. I was reading your last post as
Sol Californianus is painting the rooves, fences and skeleton trees golden. It's a warm and hopeful sign, this sweet amber glow.

So what I mean to say is that I hope your fortunes continue to wax lighter and brighter, just as the New Year will!

Vale.
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Re: Venii redux

Postby Marcus Lupinius Paulus on Mon Dec 29, 2008 7:21 am

Salve Venator!

Ditch Nova Roma---it will be good for your heart! :D

I'm glad things are looking up for you, and hope 2009 continues the upward trend!

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Redux redux, wasRe: Venii redux

Postby Venator_Poeta on Wed Jan 28, 2009 4:52 pm

Ave Paulus;

It's been a few weeks, which is usal this time of year for me.

Marcus Lupinius Paulus wrote:Salve Venator!

Ditch Nova Roma---it will be good for your heart! :D


:lol: I understand your concern; having been there from near the beginning and seeing all the "special" moments as they occur.

I think, however, that a big reason I was sublected (or is it adlected :?: ) to the Senate is my storied non-partisanship.
There is no faction that can, honestly, claim me. So, not getting caught up in the "who hit Jan" sorts of discussions keeps my Nova Roma stress level to a minimum. :wink:

I'm glad things are looking up for you, and hope 2009 continues the upward trend!

Marcus Lupinius Paulus, {or the former NR-Gaius Cassius Nerva}


Thank you, and save for problems with our cars that developed in the last few days of 2008, the New Year is starting out better.
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Re: Venii redux

Postby Venator_Poeta on Wed Jan 28, 2009 4:55 pm

Salve Iohanes;

Valerius Claudius Iohanes wrote:Ave, Senator Lucii Horatii Venator Piperbarbe, iam etiam, Venator Poeta -

Mehercule, a heavy load that must have been. I was reading your last post as
Sol Californianus is painting the rooves, fences and skeleton trees golden. It's a warm and hopeful sign, this sweet amber glow.

So what I mean to say is that I hope your fortunes continue to wax lighter and brighter, just as the New Year will!

Vale.


Thank you for your concern and hopes for the betterment of my future; such lightens my load. :party:

I hope the New Year is a better one for you, too.
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Re: Venii redux

Postby Aldus Marius on Thu Jan 29, 2009 3:56 am

((( !!!!VENII!!!! )))

>({|:-D >({|:-D >({|:-D >({|:-D <-- half a tentful of happy Legionaries


You were registered as 'Venii' on the old Board. If you'd like your old handle (and your post-count) back, you can log in as Venii, click 'Lost Password', then reply to the link in the e-mail to reactivate that account. Once on, you can change anything and everything in your Profile, including your password...and your handle if you like 'Venator_Poeta' better. >({|:-)

That goes for anybody who's forgotten their password or wants to change their handle, their registered e-mail address or anything of that kind. If you remember at least one element of your original login, you can generally get back on under the same account after just a little bit of fuss.

Good to see you here amongst us once again, under any name or combination of them!

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