Secondly, Odysseus seemed to just want to keep fighting. Once he defeated the suitors, he seemed to want to get even more revenge. My father's advice really helped me decide what to say: "Now that royal Odysseus has taken his revenge, let both sides seal their pacts that he shall reign for life, and let us purge their memories of the bloody slaughter of their brothers and their sons. Let them be friends, devoted as in the old days. Let peace and wealth come cresting through the land." He needed to realize that he is now going to be the one and only ruler of Ithaca. Once I saw Odysseus, I needed to tell him and his son to chill: "Hold back, men of Ithaca, from the wearisome fighting, so that most soon, and without blood, you can settle everything." I think that he has now learned to calm down and return to his home.
Enough about him. I wanted to share what I've been really into recently. Since I've had a bit more free time what with Odysseus now safe, I've been able to browse the web and come across some websites and videos that I really enjoy. Since I know that there are many of you out there who share common interests with me, I though that some of the links would be worthwhile to share on here:
http://www.athenahealth.com- my company, if you ever need medical help.
Thanks for reading ;)