Jennifer Lyon


Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
Wing Slayer Worthy

I had planned to talk about my secret project today, but there is just too much suffering out there in the aftermath of Mega-Storm Sandy right now. So many people’s lives have been seriously disrupted, or in some cases, shattered.  My thoughts are with all of them.

And now, let’s lighten the mood here. For your viewing pleasure, here is today’s candidate (who portrays Axel on the Wing Slayer Hunter trading cards!):

So what do you think? Is he Wing Slayer Worthy?

14 comments to “Wing Slayer Worthy”

  1. Viki S.
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      · October 31st, 2012 at 2:49 am · Link

    I’ll keep him :).

    It is so awful out there with this storm. Even in OH we got nailed. Power went out and our generator malfunctioned so our basement flooded (lots of stuff destroyed) and our roof has a leak. But we lucked out. I feel very blessed, especially seeing the horrors so many are going through.

    Have a great day!



  2. B.E. Sanderson
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      · October 31st, 2012 at 7:49 am · Link

    Yup, he’s a worthy one. He’s got a good face and those eyes… They make up for the fact that he got a weird belly-button. ;o)

    I’ve been watching the storm coverage. It all seems pretty horrific. My niece in VA – who’s Navy hubs is deployed – came through fine with her 2 yr old and 4 mo old. My mom caught the leading edge in Michigan. After she told me about getting soaked trying to brush snow-cone off her car, I tried giving her the bright side by saying ‘hey, you’re 72 and you got to experience your first hurricane’. I don’t think she saw that as a bright side.

    Thank goodness for Facebook – and everyone checking in to let their loved ones know they’re okay. Are there any witches on the east coast we haven’t heard from yet? I’ve got a friend in NJ I still haven’t heard from.



  3. Kat
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      · October 31st, 2012 at 8:31 am · Link

    I am not in the snow part of WV so we advoided that problem. The creek did rise 22 feet over flood stage and the roof leaked but these are minor compaired to so many others. Thankfully the disabled adults I work with all came through ok. They enjoyed their big adventure at the hotel we sent them to. I learn so much about what is important and how to handle life from them.

    Prayers going out for every one.

    Can we send the canidate to fix Vicki and my leaking roofs?



  4. Jenn
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      · October 31st, 2012 at 11:01 am · Link

    Viki, I know others are enduring devastating losses but damn, you are getting hammered lately. The water heater, electrical issues, and now flood damage and the roof. We need a spell for you!



  5. Jenn
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      · October 31st, 2012 at 11:04 am · Link

    B.E., your mom was out there at 72 doing that? Dang, he’s pretty darn spry! Glad she’s okay.

    Let’s see, Ban checked in, but not Kat….hmmm, what about Dawn? Trying to think where she lives.

    My assistant, Carla. lives right in the path of Sandy and got flooded out. I’m worried about her too.



  6. Jenn
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      · October 31st, 2012 at 11:06 am · Link

    Oh Kat, there you are!! I just had to look down one more comment. I’m just brain dead.

    Your roof leaked too? Sounds like we need to dispatch a lot of Wing Slayer Hunters. Right now, I wish they were real, along with magic, to help all these people (and animals!).

    I’m very relieved to hear the disabled adults were in a safe place. And what amazing spirits they have!



  7. Dawn
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      · October 31st, 2012 at 11:29 am · Link

    He looks pretty worthy to me, too :D The abs and chest look very lickable :twisted:

    We got a lot of wind and rain here in NW Ohio. I think there was even a bit of snow. The power at home went out twice between Monday night and Tuesday morning. Nothing else here. My sister and BIL live in Brooklyn. Luckily they came through the storm just fine. Her part of Brooklyn didn’t even get evacuated. She said nothing happened in her neighborhood. She didn’t even lose power! She’s getting a little vacation, though, since the offices where she works in Manhattan have no power.

    B.E. – I hope you hear from your friend soon and that she made it though the storm without any harm!

    Viki and Kat – Yuck! on the leaky roofs and floods, but you’re okay. That’s what counts :)

    Happy Hump Day, witches!



  8. Silver James
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      · October 31st, 2012 at 12:58 pm · Link

    I look at the footage on the news and just…boggle. So many lives irrevocably changed. The Queens fire was just… I’ve been in a position where there was no way to help. My heart goes out to all the first responders.

    So glad all the witches weathered the storm! My thoughts and prayers were with you all.

    May life return to some semblance of normal soon.



  9. Erika
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      · October 31st, 2012 at 2:35 pm · Link

    There are trading cards????

    I’ve been watching the storm too. Our friend Ban lives on Long Island and she is safe and sound. She has power and everything! Thought you’d all want to know.

    Happy Halloween Witches!



  10. Viki S.
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      · October 31st, 2012 at 4:28 pm · Link

    I may have been having some bad luck but I can no where compare to those people who have lost so much along the east coast. My heart goes out to each and every one of them.
    Today we spent trying to clean up the mold that already set in and I only had inches not feet of water to contend with. Let’s get our witches spells cast for all the clean-up ;).



  11. nJenn
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      · November 1st, 2012 at 10:20 am · Link

    Dawn, glad you came through okay, and your sister too. Getting into Manhattan looks next to impossible right now. The city is just a mess.



  12. Jenn
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      · November 1st, 2012 at 10:24 am · Link

    Silver, I hope life returns to normal soon too. But so many lost so much–it’ll be a long time.I can’t comprehend it.

    And that fire was awful. Nothing anyone could do. I’m sure you understand the frustration of the firefighters and other personal very well.

    Things will get better though. We have to believe that.



  13. Jenn
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      · November 1st, 2012 at 10:25 am · Link

    Erika, yes on trading cards. Email me your addy if you want them.

    So glad you let us know about Ban. She checked in once on the comments, but I’m relieved to hear an update.



  14. Jenn
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      · November 1st, 2012 at 10:26 am · Link

    Viki, mold that fast? That’s scary!

    I know what you’re saying, but I still feel for you too :-)



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