Another million lives saved?!? Who knew SOS would keep on keeping on so long? Certainly not Graham. Or Alex. And not even me. Truth be told I fully expected to be shambling through a hospital ward by now, groaning to myself about either brains, blood or bionics. (I just added that last one because it started with ‘b’. I never expected bionics. That would be way too awesome.)
Yet here we are. And it’s all thanks to you and all the other survivors who have stopped by to leave a survival report or a tip or two over the last million. It seems like only yesterday the mysterious Vampire A.A. and of course, Alex, were the only ones who survived to tell their tale on the site. Like only yesterday their very appearance left Graham a terrified mess on the closet floor, threatening to quit. Actually wait, that was yesterday. Huh. No wonder it seems that way.
I’ve learned a lot from all of you over the millions and we continue to work toward a better formula that will help everybody share comments and reports in easier ways, along with the right way to include survival reports in the show but as you probably know by now Survival is a process, not an end. And not a fast process at that with everybody just trying to beat the odds and keep alive. Which as long as you do that, everything else remains possible.
But enough about that. This was supposed to be about a contest right? And so it is! Graham and I have finally agreed on a format which you can read about by clicking here. The prizes come in multiples of four, so read all about it here.
Also coming soon:
–>> Random memories of Survivors Past. There have been others as iconic as the Vampire A.A. I would send them all prizes except a) I still have a day job and could never afford that especially when b) I’m not sure they would still check that email. So the best I can do is memorialize them from time to time for everything they have taught me and believe they are still keeping on out there somewhere.
–>> Survivor of the Month
Happy Four Million Day Survivors. And thanks again for keeping on SOS with me, supernaturally.