all of our hard work for the Sanctuary has failed. .....After months of planning and preparation, and even more months of living in the place we were finally able to call home...im sorry I failed you..... i dont know whether or not you guys got out alive, but im praying you did.
The wireless network we set up is still on in Reno. So check back often and try and get back to me. Im going to find more, set up other wireless contact stations, that way the survivor colonies can communicate if nothing else it gives me something to live for.
im writing our story by the way, from outbreak to now. i hope we can laugh about it one day.
Stay awake, stay wary, and remember they all look human.
Todd Merrick Harkin's Blog
Posted on October 4, 2009 at 7:45pm
Todd signing in,
On todays search thru a neighborhood in San Fransisco I found a torn piece of paper, a note of sorts, written by a young boy probably 15-17 years of age. I have no idea what compelled me to read the torn and blood riddeled stack of paper, maybe an act of god giving me a warning; but I did. I am only relaying the contents of it for the sole reason of my reaction towards it. I will follow this journal with one tail ending my previous journal entries. I apologize but i feel… Continue
Posted on August 11, 2009 at 3:34am
I can remember it all like it was yesterday; the sweat on my neck, the adrenaline pulsing thru my veins and the sounds of the car door being ripped off and Mike being pulled out screaming, gurgling, by his throat. I can’t describe to you in actual words the feelings, noises, and sights I had during and after that experience. So I won’t try.
The day the outbreak hit Reno was a day where my world was flipped upside down, thrown in a margarita mixer and shaken around with vodka. I swear I am… Continue
Posted on December 7, 2008 at 2:00am
Its funny how quickly we as humans see that we take everything in our lives for granted, in a single day, a single hour everything we walk over or past by without a second glance then becomes an item or ideal of worship. We call all of our “friends” and tell them all of the good we see in them and how poorly we have been treating them, as if one day in a year or life time is good enough to make up for months or years or neglect and maltreatment. Or we carry… Continue
Posted on December 3, 2008 at 12:30am
There comes a time in everyone's lives, devote or agnostic that everyone questions God. How, why, what kind of a god would do this. There are days even now, when I can hear Jace pacing back and forth in front of the churches cross. Questioning God, asking why he did what he did. What did we do? Jace didn’t die thankfully but his questions resound in my head. For they are the same ones that are in mine.
I personally think if God did make us all of us, then as a parent he would protect us… Continue