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I'm in. Thank to TL for badgering me into signing up. ^.^


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That was a lot of posts....180 posts since last night...what happened? When did this thread get all lively again?! :P

In other news, tree is still up, and I've stopped counting the number of days. For whatever reason the cats have decided to tolerate this one, so yay!
Christmas crafting is going....well, honestly so-so. My pajama pants didn't turn out so good. workable, but only just. But I have learned a lot. The mittens I was secretly making for the kidlet were a total disaster and I had to give up. I'm not sure which is worse, Alpaca Dance yarn or the hideously poorly written pattern. Having knit one mitten with it, I now know how to fix all the mistakes in the pattern, but I am not dealing with any more of that yarn. Worsted weight my ass. It's more like super fuzzy sock yarn that gets stuck on the needles. :/ So yet another trip to the craft store is in my future for more flannel and some fleece. Not enough time to knit more mittens before Christmas, so time to make use of the sewing machine!


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Monkeygod wrote:

Lyn,

How is it you're listed as a previous player for you're own game?!

Also, I noticed we're down to 10 players(not including Lyn), with a couple being only semi active.

I believe we have 7 active players.

Just curious, but would you ever considering opening up recruitment, if only briefly? Or is this game pretty locked on players, aside from those who might come back?

Just makes me a little sad, seeing as how we used to have around 15+ active players.

Currently we're on recommendation only for new players, but yes, I have considered opening up recruitment temporarily given recent withdrawals from the game. And then November happened. :P

Unless I improbably get a bunch of recommended players before then, I'm planning to open recruitment for a brief window in January. After the holidays. Cause stuff is crazy around the holidays. :)


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Christmas tree is improbably still up.

Weather is delightfully cold and it has been snowing all afternoon. :)

Shoulder still hurts, but slightly less. Slow healing is better than no healing.

And now to work on sewing some flannel pajama pants. The actual sewing is easy. The drafting a pattern is maybe not so much as it is a skill I am still mastering. But it's good practice! That's what I keep telling myself...


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Yeah. Still having some trouble with the shoulder I dislocated, so lots of typing is really hard. (Sorry if I'm seemed cranky at all during the last week, this is why.) I went to the chiropractor yesterday, and the good news is that he was able to get my shoulder back how it's supposed to go. The bad news is that this started up the whole intense pain thing all over again. The worst part is how behind I've gotten on my Christmas knitting. Not sure I'm gonna get all the presents done in time. :(


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More posts tomorrow. I am in excruciating pain and cannot concentrate. Sorry for the delay. :(


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Imperial Chronicler wrote:
narrator wrote:
[]DESIGNATION EVE: Offer: We will share information about ourselves with you so you can plan how to best deal with the others once they have completed their ship. Sending: File....
Lyn, should I be looking out for a separate post/PM about this information from Eve, or was this supposed to just be a jumping off point to skip to the end of the ship's construction?

D'oh! Yeah, so I sorta forgot to send you that PM....knew there was something I hadn't done, but couldn't remember what it was. Sorry, my bad!


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Eight days and the Christmas tree still stands. I'm starting to think that the cats actually approve of this one.

And we have discovered our new favorite holiday dessert. Hot chocolate floats. Take a normal mug of hot chocolate (preferably made with milk of some variety) and add a scoop of mint chocolate chip ice cream. It is sinfully delicious.


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Finally broke down and ordered a bread box. The Tupperware bin I'd been using kept all the moisture in so the bread kept getting moldy, and the smell bothered me so much that I didn't bake bread at all last week. Kidlet was sad getting GF bagel sandwiches all week, but that's the only kind of bread I can buy instead of make myself, so he had to put up with it. This was one of those times when I really missed being able to just buy bread. But gluten free bread at the store is mostly made from sadness and disappointment. They're the first two ingredients right before rice flour and corn starch. :P


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captain yesterday wrote:
Tiny T-Rex (opening the broiler on the stove for the first time): excited gasp, complete with jaw drop. You mean it's NOT for clothes!!

lol. I had a similar reaction the first time we had a stove with a broiler drawer (as opposed to just broiling in the main oven)...only in my case I was trying to figure out where the heck I was going to store all my baking pans since that's what that drawer is usually for. :)


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We have made it seven days without the cats knocking over the Christmas tree! A whole week! And we even left them alone with it totally unsupervised for a whole afternoon. So far they seem to be totally content with ripping off the ribbons....Weird.


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It has been five days without the cats knocking over the Christmas tree. They have, however, started stripping the ribbon off of it, so I think they're working their way up to it now.

The kidlet still had a migraine today and I was not totally over mine either, so it was a quiet day spent napping and in his case doing homework. I finished some Christmas crafts and wrote my two pages. That's my post NaNo resolution. Obviously I can't keep up with the 2000 word per day pace year round. I am not a fast writer normally. So I'm writing two pages a day, which is about 600 words since I have small handwriting. It's a lot easier to finish things when you work on them in more months than just November. ;)

Thinking about going to a mall tomorrow to admire the Christmas decorations. I've already done all my Christmas shopping. except for the people who I get gift cards for and I think I might send Amazon cards to some of those. Then I don't even have to mail them. I am so lazy about stuff for extended family. But then, I'm the black sheep, so I can get away with it. :P


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It has been four days without the cats knocking over the Christmas tree! We're not quite sure what to do with ourselves now.

Today it had something to do with my having a terrible day-long migraine and one of the kitties decided she was going to nurse me back to health by laying on my lap and refusing to let me get up. As soon as the migraine let up a little she got up like, okay, human, you're better now. It was very sweet.


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And I was just answering them now. :P

(They were long. It took a while.)


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icehawk333 wrote:
I think I was the last to post in the Sadie/adon/dajalos story.

Thanks, just updated that. :)


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It has been three days without the cats knocking down the Christmas tree! Another new record! :)

Starting to entertain the faintest glimmer of hope that this tree might last more than one year. It is more substantial than the trees I usually buy. But there's still a lot of December left for the kitties to dash that hope along with the tree, so I am not yet entertaining actual optimism.


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Tybalt Baneko wrote:
Also, somewhere way back when, it's Andromeda's go in the scene. I know you don't exactly have much to go on besides Dave and Tybs being a not-couple-couple-uncomfortably-close-friends-thing. So I can go ahead if you want.

Thanks, I had totally lost track of that scene. :)


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We have made it exactly two (!) days without the cats knocking down the Christmas tree! Woo! New record!
And I made pillow shams that look like presents. They are adorable on the sofa and add to the general festiveness of the living room. :)

Not very futuristic I must admit. Eh, you've gotta have primitive folks around to impress with your sweet futuristic selves. What's the point if there's no one to be awed? ;P


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♣♠Magic♦♥ wrote:
I as a culture enthusiast was extremely pleased with Moana. Despite some name changes, it was 100% Polynesian mythos. Except maybe the coconut guys. Dunno about them.

Moana stuff:
Yeah, they were pretty funny though...I felt like they were trying to be shiny and chrome. ;P Oh, and the after credits scene! I loved that so much. :)

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Yes, MG, this means you can send me all the things. Or re-send. Or whatever. If you, or anyone else for that matter, already sent something and didn't get a response, now is the time to remind me. ^.^


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Oh, and it has been exactly one day without the cats tipping over the Christmas tree. If we can get to two, it'll be a new record! But it may just be because it's only been up for one day and they're working their way up to it. Although I did put all their favorite ornaments on the bottom branches to distract them with cheap baubles I don't mind if they destroy. Their favorite are colorful plastic balls I bought at the dollar store fifteen years ago...I'm starting to think those ornaments are actually indestructible. Pretty good for a dollar. :)


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thegreenteagamer wrote:

I'm now working a part time job for less than minimum wage plus tips, because stress broke me at my last job with panic attacks. It's so slow I'm not getting any work right now so...yeah...

Kind of hate my life right now. And myself for being pathetic enough to fall to this.

How's the rest of you?

Sorry things aren't working out so great for you right now. :(

Here's hoping that things get better for you soon.


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Anyways, apologies for the absence. It's been a rough month. I'm trying to get back up to speed now. :)


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Repost from FAWtL so I don't have to type all the things again...

lynora wrote:

I can't remember the last time I posted. Most of November is kind of a blur. So...November Summary!

NaNoWriMo! Yay! ....got the flu the first week. Ugh. But kept writing! Got a little better for a few days....got a nasty sinus infection that hung around for two weeks. Ugh.:( Still kept writing! Had to stop posting to my PBP because I was kinda a wee bit delirious...for a week or so. :( Still kept writing! (Revisions are going to be interesting....) Then Thanksgiving. Two full days of cooking for a from scratch feast because when you have food allergies pre-prepared food is something that happens to other people. Wednesday I hurt my arm. Late Wednesday evening I was trying to write with my sore arm which I had kinda dislocated my elbow earlier and had to stop writing after a thousand words because I was in crying pain. Took Thanksgiving off of writing. Managed to muddle through the cooking without being able to use my left arm. But all of the food turned out! That never happens! Still couldn't move my arm on Friday so I took another day and binge watched Gilmore Girls (Yay!) while making crochet snowflakes because crochet only uses one hand. Still couldn't move my arm on Saturday so we went to the movies. Sunday I was starting to think that I might need medical attention, but when my husband went to give me a back massage to see if it would help, he discovered that my elbow wasn't the only thing I'd dislocated. Which totally explained the pain. You should have seen how queasy he looked when I made him hold my arm so I could pop it back into place. After that I was still in pain but had mobility in my arm again so I knocked out the last five thousand words of my NaNo novel (WOO!). And then I put up all the Christmas decorations yesterday and did the grocery shopping today. Neither of these things were very good for my shoulder and I am having trouble keeping it in place. May need to consider using a sling for a couple of days. (I have loose ligaments. My joints dislocate so often it's not even a thing anymore. But I can get some nasty muscle injuries if they aren't popped back into place promptly. Three days out of socket was especially bad.)

And as a special bonus: Movie reviews!
Fantastic Beasts: B-/C+ The ending was...terrible. Just...grr. And someone needs to get Eddie Redmayne a chiropractor...it's not normal not being able to move your neck at all.... But the beasts themselves were cool and I enjoyed getting more time in my favorite fictional universe, so as long as I don't think about the ending too much it's fine.

Moana: A+! Loved it! It was fun and funny and the soundtrack rocks. We've been listening to it on repeat since we saw the movie. My thirteen year old son who hates Disney movies really liked it and wants to go back to see it in the theater again.

And now to catch up on my poor neglected PBP...


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I can't remember the last time I posted. Most of November is kind of a blur. So...November Summary!

NaNoWriMo! Yay! ....got the flu the first week. Ugh. But kept writing! Got a little better for a few days....got a nasty sinus infection that hung around for two weeks. Ugh.:( Still kept writing! Had to stop posting to my PBP because I was kinda a wee bit delirious...for a week or so. :( Still kept writing! (Revisions are going to be interesting....) Then Thanksgiving. Two full days of cooking for a from scratch feast because when you have food allergies pre-prepared food is something that happens to other people. Wednesday I hurt my arm. Late Wednesday evening I was trying to write with my sore arm which I had kinda dislocated my elbow earlier and had to stop writing after a thousand words because I was in crying pain. Took Thanksgiving off of writing. Managed to muddle through the cooking without being able to use my left arm. But all of the food turned out! That never happens! Still couldn't move my arm on Friday so I took another day and binge watched Gilmore Girls (Yay!) while making crochet snowflakes because crochet only uses one hand. Still couldn't move my arm on Saturday so we went to the movies. Sunday I was starting to think that I might need medical attention, but when my husband went to give me a back massage to see if it would help, he discovered that my elbow wasn't the only thing I'd dislocated. Which totally explained the pain. You should have seen how queasy he looked when I made him hold my arm so I could pop it back into place. After that I was still in pain but had mobility in my arm again so I knocked out the last five thousand words of my NaNo novel (WOO!). And then I put up all the Christmas decorations yesterday and did the grocery shopping today. Neither of these things were very good for my shoulder and I am having trouble keeping it in place. May need to consider using a sling for a couple of days. (I have loose ligaments. My joints dislocate so often it's not even a thing anymore. But I can get some nasty muscle injuries if they aren't popped back into place promptly. Three days out of socket was especially bad.)

And as a special bonus: Movie reviews!
Fantastic Beasts: B-/C+ The ending was...terrible. Just...grr. And someone needs to get Eddie Redmayne a chiropractor...it's not normal not being able to move your neck at all.... But the beasts themselves were cool and I enjoyed getting more time in my favorite fictional universe, so as long as I don't think about the ending too much it's fine.

Moana: A+! Loved it! It was fun and funny and the soundtrack rocks. We've been listening to it on repeat since we saw the movie. My thirteen year old son who hates Disney movies really liked it and wants to go back to see it in the theater again.

And now to catch up on my poor neglected PBP...


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Still alive (barely). NaNo continues, and if I thought that writing through the flu earlier this month was bad, well, I obviously didn't reckon with the last few days of writing through a sinus infection. I haven't slept properly in days thanks to the insane congestion that won't let me breathe. :(
I am going to have so many WTF moments when I go to edit this book since I'm more than a bit loopy now. Sorry for the lack of posts, but at least you're not left wondering what I'm on. (Nothing. I'm on absolutely nothing. Well, other than my normal prescribed medications. But I can't take any decongestants or cough medicine or anything because side effects. Bleh.)

Edit: Doomkitten, update your word count! :)


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Freehold DM wrote:
Tequila Sunrise wrote:

Checked myself into the hospital today, with a serious case of G.O.K..

Harumph! Hope you folks are having a better Saturday night than I am.

what in the world is G. O. K?

According to google it stands for god only knows. Which does work in context, so is probably correct. :)

Anyhow, I hope you're feeling better soon, TS, and that whatever it is isn't too serious.


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Monkeygod wrote:

Hey Lyn, you have two PMs from me, though one doesn't truly require a reply, the other one does.

Also, I have a bunch of stuff for a few different characters to talk to you about.(All ones currently in game, I believe)

Should I send them all in one big PM or would you prefer I split them up based on character?

You should hang onto them for about a week. Send the day after thanksgiving. I will probably get to them sometime that weekend. Unless it's super duper urgent. Then you can take your chances. No promises. It's November. Y'all are lucky if I manage some drive by posts. :P


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Crusinos wrote:

Me, "On the internet, the men are boys, the women are men, and the children are FBI agents."

Friend, "You claim to be an AI. Does that mean you're the only woman?"

I know it's supposed to be funny, but ye olde no girls on the internet 'joke' is anything but. :/


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Lucas Svarog wrote:
Does bending register to detect magic?

My instinct is to say no, but I don't at the moment recall of the version of bending we are using says what it counts as. And I am in the middle of NaNo hell (*shakes fist* darn you, middle of the book!) so I could go and look it up, but I shouldn't because I am already procrastinating enough already. :/


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The Dalesman wrote:
Edward Sobel wrote:
Hello all, I am finally finished my night shift schedule, 4 weeks of 72 hours a week. plus an emergency trip to Florida thrown in, and to top it off a week in bed with pneumonia....
Hope you're finally feeling better, sir.

+1


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Woo! Four thousand words completed today! And now I'm caught up to where I wanted to be at this point in the month. Plus I passed the halfway mark, which is always a good feeling. The middle might not actually last forever even though it feels like it will.
Thanks for your suggestion, gran rey. That really helped me get my words in this time and ended up being a really important event in the story. This is my third time doing NaNo, but the first time I'm working without an outline and it really is a whole different process putting the plot together on the fly. :)


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Sissyl wrote:

I am a fan of the classics: Suddenly, someone kicks in the door with a drawn gun!

Also, remember that ANYTHING that has the teensiest bit to do with the plot is fine. Your goal is 50K words in a month - not 50K EDITED words in a month. Blathering about the setting, the characters or the plot is just fine.

Also good advice. I don't spend nearly enough time describing the scenery. It's a real weakness in my writing and this is an excellent opportunity to work on that. :)

Meanwhile, I got my thousand words for tonight and it's time to go fall into bed. I'll need my rest since I'm trying to double my normal daily word count tomorrow to catch up to where I wanted to be at this point in the month.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
lynora wrote:

Noveling status: eating ice cream straight from the carton. Gotta get another thousand words tonight. So tired. But I can't put it off. I'm already 2k words down and need to try and get 4k words tomorrow to make it up. NaNo woes. >.<

gran rey's advice on how to pad your word count:

1) Introduce new character.
2) Spend 5 pages on new character's history.
3) Kill character.
4) Repeat until needed words achieved.

This is...surprisingly good advice. And my main characters just got separated, giving me an excellent opportunity to carry out this plan. Excellent! :P


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Noveling status: eating ice cream straight from the carton. Gotta get another thousand words tonight. So tired. But I can't put it off. I'm already 2k words down and need to try and get 4k words tomorrow to make it up. NaNo woes. >.<


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
lynora wrote:

I am at that point that I always get to at this stage of NaNo. I hate my manuscript and my characters and my pointless thin excuse for a plot and everything about this whole process. Every word is a battle and I am sincerely doubting my ability to finish the garbage heap of a wreck. Mind you, I've already written 18k words and am continuing to chip away at it every day. I know that once I get through this nasty middle bit that it will get better, but blergh! I hates the middle do much! I hates it I does!

Oh, and Doomkitten, write more words! You can do it! :)

You're way ahead of me! I've fallen behind and I haven't even left the first act! ;-;

You can still do it! The month isn't even halfway over yet! At least you've gotten started. That's the hardest part. Just keep writing! Because every word you write is something you wouldn't have written otherwise, so no matter what you're doing amazing! :)

Progress report: 20k words and still hating everything about my novel. So business as usual. :P


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Aranna wrote:
Shopping is only super fun when you are shopping for yourself. I worry too much when shopping for others to allow it to be fun.

Oh, so much this. The only person besides myself that I can shop for and have it be fun is the kidlet. Because I know what he likes so there's no guess work. Everyone else....well, they pretty much end up getting gift cards for all occasions.


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Pretty much. I write novels like I GM....I have no idea what I'm doing, but a lot of crazy things are going to happen on the way there. ;P


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The Doomkitten wrote:

I have! I've just been not updating my bloody wordcount.

And I hit a road block when I realized I got to the bottom of Act II a week in :P

And this is when we start to go off script and add in moar crazy encounters! ;)

Otherwise you do weird things like spending 500 words describing a cat because you're just that desperate to pad your word count. :P


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Dragonborn3 wrote:
Just looked up Nano WriMo and... 50,000 words in 30 days?! That's a little over 1,600 words a day! 0.o

Yep. It's my third year doing it. I've won both previous years and I am planning to do so again this year. I try to write 2000 words a day, and increase to 3000 a few days when I get near the end so I can finish by Thanksgiving. Because by then I am so bloody done with it. Best way I know to get a first draft actually done but dear lord is it miserable getting there. :P


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I am at that point that I always get to at this stage of NaNo. I hate my manuscript and my characters and my pointless thin excuse for a plot and everything about this whole process. Every word is a battle and I am sincerely doubting my ability to finish the garbage heap of a wreck. Mind you, I've already written 18k words and am continuing to chip away at it every day. I know that once I get through this nasty middle bit that it will get better, but blergh! I hates the middle do much! I hates it I does!

Oh, and Doomkitten, write more words! You can do it! :)


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lol. You ever decide to come back, let me know. Technically Fear has been a very, very busy patron behind the scenes. :)


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Well, I made it out of bed. And I put on pants. Granted they're yoga pants, but I didn't sleep in them, so it still counts! And then I went to the yarn store and bought some gorgeous wool. Only a little for small projects. Good wool is too expensive for big projects. I always use acrylic for things like sweaters. And socks. Cause nobody wants difficult to care for socks. You just want to throw them in the dryer, not have to hunt through the wet laundry for them so they can be hung up to dry. And now I am enjoying my two dollar latte at espresso royale (yay, Wednesday!) and attempting to write my 2k words for the day. So, you know, adulting, for certain extremely low values of adulting. And I'm making lasagna for dinner tonight, so that's also a good thing.

More rambly stuff:
I have chronic depression and anxiety, which I manage with medication, for the most part. But we're currently working on getting the right dosage, and it's that time of the month which tends to make my symptoms worse. Add in staying up way too late last night watching the news, because stress and lack of sleep really help so much. </sarcasm> So I'm a mess, and it's basically time for a mental health day in which I try to do things that remind me that life isn't completely and totally awful and also help keep me centered and calm. Like knitting. That's how I meditate. Well, that or walking. I don't sit still well...ADHD in action.


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I hope you also feel better soon, NH


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thegreenteagamer wrote:

I've had two panic attacks in the past day and they're not election related.

...here I thought this job would last :-(

*hugs* I am so sorry you're having to deal with that. I hope things get better for you soon.


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I feel sad today. I just want to stay in bed and hide under the covers all day. But things need to be done, and I suppose I am going to have to get up and get dressed for that. Sigh. Adulting. :/


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Get well soon, Icy. Sending warm thoughts your way. :)


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MisterLurch wrote:
How old is Phaedra?

She's twelve, which makes her the youngest Svarog kid.


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And I finally finished doing all the setup on my new computer. It's as awesome as I was hoping it would be now that I'm getting used to it. It's a bit weird to be using a laptop again after using only an iPad for so long. But it can definitely do a lot more. And it'll be able to do even more once I get all the software I'm looking at, but no new word processors until NaNo is done. :P
It's especially cool because I wasn't expecting to be able to afford any computer at all for quite a long time, but I got a small inheritance from my grandpa that was just enough to get exactly what I wanted. Sad/happy all at once. Emotions are complicated.


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I voted this morning. Late enough that most people were at work, but early enough to be before lunch, so the lines were really short.

And then I came home and ate Nutella straight from the jar. Oddly enough these two things are unrelated, although chocolate certainly also helps with dealing with the stress caused by all the nastiness surrounding the elections. :)

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