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It well past midnight and I am less sleepy than I was two hours before midnight... Typical.


Naked night?


Alone?


Meh, it's not warm enough.


It's almost 2 o'clock... How? What? When?


2 o' clock? Then I'd better get to work!

Marathon Voter 2013

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Got about 4 shots of whiskey left. Time to re-do my latest turnover.


Aberzombie wrote:
aeglos wrote:

has anyone noticed a lack of undead in this thread

Aberzombie,
where are you?
no FaWtL post in almost a week!?
we need our daily soap opera, faerie tale, and mergh!!

come back to us, Zombie!!!!

Apologies FAWTLY Brethren. My absence has been due to a multitude of reasons, one of which was a severe bout of depression, accompanied by numerous battles with lunacy at work (some involving the forthcoming extreme military budget cuts which will potentially affect my future and that of my family in possibly very craptastic ways), plus a healthy dose of searching for a potential new daycare for the boy.

Needless to say, I felt it necessary to limit my posting if I could not be my usual cheery self.

I am hopefully exiting said long, dark tunnel, just in time to hit the holiday, end of year travel, madness circus.

Aberzombie, you are welcome to post here whenever you are feeling down. In fact, I for one want you to post here when you are down. You are family. Granted, that is a dead, decaying, watch your back and put it down and out of it's misery sort of family member, but family none the lest.

~GRINS~

All in all, I do hope that things go better for you. If you want to talk about what is happening in your life, we will be here for you. ~gags Aberzombie the minute he starts to talk about his life~

~GRINS~


GAHHHH!!! [Indiana Jones]CATS?!? Why did it have to be Cats?[/Indiana Jones] ~sighs~ I guess I now know what ***I*** will be doing this weekend. ~hears another crash and yells at my demonic fiends~ Cat proofing my room.


~grumbles~ And now Karen is laughing at me. ~yells at the cats again~

~weak grin~


Trying to sort out next semester's classes. For my mental health I'm deliberately creating an easy semester. Calc 2, statistics, yoga (cause I need an extra credit to be full time), and then I'm having a really hard time deciding between physical anthropology and mythology. they're at the same time so I can't take both, but they both sound so interesting. Decisions, decisions.


Wow, that sounds really interesting Lynora. I hope it'll be less problematice than this one. Yoga, is that an actual course (with lessons & exams) or a 'after-hours' course that shows you are dedicated/ bonding with the school. Hope that's not a silly question, but our education system is completely different.

Sorry about the feline frolics Sharoth.

Hope things will get better for you AZ.

At least some good news with Cheapy & the whiskey :P

Hope everyones day starts with a glorious morning and get's better.


Hope things feel better soon Zombie.

Good idea with the whisky, Cheapy.

And despite the (totally unrelated) breakdown I had when I studied it, I'd go with mythology.


DSXMachina wrote:

Wow, that sounds really interesting Lynora. I hope it'll be less problematice than this one. Yoga, is that an actual course (with lessons & exams) or a 'after-hours' course that shows you are dedicated/ bonding with the school. Hope that's not a silly question, but our education system is completely different.

Sorry about the feline frolics Sharoth.

Hope things will get better for you AZ.

At least some good news with Cheapy & the whiskey :P

Hope everyones day starts with a glorious morning and get's better.

Yoga is a two credit course that as far as I can tell from the description consists of showing up every week for a two hour lesson in which you do yoga. I don't think there are exams. It's one of a series of classes offered that are one or two credits because you need a minimum of twelve credits per term to be considered full time and three credit classes often leave you one or two credits short. It's not a silly question at all. As you said, different systems. :)


Kajehase wrote:

Hope things feel better soon Zombie.

Good idea with the whisky, Cheapy.

And despite the (totally unrelated) breakdown I had when I studied it, I'd go with mythology.

Heh. No breakdowns. I already took care of that this term. :)


sends more cats to Sharoth's house

I'd go with Mythology,lynora.

Scarab Sages

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Good morning FAWTLY Folk! Just a quick stop in to say howdy before I get to business. Got a lot to do in the weeks worth of business days I've got left before my Japan trip.


lynora wrote:
DSXMachina wrote:

Wow, that sounds really interesting Lynora. I hope it'll be less problematice than this one. Yoga, is that an actual course (with lessons & exams) or a 'after-hours' course that shows you are dedicated/ bonding with the school. Hope that's not a silly question, but our education system is completely different.

Sorry about the feline frolics Sharoth.

Hope things will get better for you AZ.

At least some good news with Cheapy & the whiskey :P

Hope everyones day starts with a glorious morning and get's better.

Yoga is a two credit course that as far as I can tell from the description consists of showing up every week for a two hour lesson in which you do yoga. I don't think there are exams. It's one of a series of classes offered that are one or two credits because you need a minimum of twelve credits per term to be considered full time and three credit classes often leave you one or two credits short. It's not a silly question at all. As you said, different systems. :)

That's cool being able to do exercise and earn credits. Well it does make students well-rounded and de-stressed.


I must trim my mustache... It starts to act as soup filter :/


Ahh, much better now!

returns to eating pea soup


Freehold DM wrote:

sends more cats to Sharoth's house

I'd go with Mythology,lynora.

~sobbing in the corner, wailing and crying~ No more cats! PLEASE!!! No more cats! ~hugging my knees, sobbing like a little girl~


Did someone say cats?


Late shift at work. Would rather be home writing.

Silver Crusade Star Voter 2013

Morning, all. What did I miss?

Silver Crusade Star Voter 2013

It's starting to feel cold and wintery out there.


I am going for a short nap.

Spoiler:
Yeah, yeah, I know how will it end. Three hours instead of one hour and being dizzy for another two or three hours.


DSXMachina wrote:
lynora wrote:
DSXMachina wrote:

Wow, that sounds really interesting Lynora. I hope it'll be less problematice than this one. Yoga, is that an actual course (with lessons & exams) or a 'after-hours' course that shows you are dedicated/ bonding with the school. Hope that's not a silly question, but our education system is completely different.

Sorry about the feline frolics Sharoth.

Hope things will get better for you AZ.

At least some good news with Cheapy & the whiskey :P

Hope everyones day starts with a glorious morning and get's better.

Yoga is a two credit course that as far as I can tell from the description consists of showing up every week for a two hour lesson in which you do yoga. I don't think there are exams. It's one of a series of classes offered that are one or two credits because you need a minimum of twelve credits per term to be considered full time and three credit classes often leave you one or two credits short. It's not a silly question at all. As you said, different systems. :)
That's cool being able to do exercise and earn credits. Well it does make students well-rounded and de-stressed.

De-stressing is definitely the idea. :)

And finished with registration. I did end up going with mythology. Hopefully I'll get another chance to take the other class because it does sound super interesting.


Aberzombie wrote:
Good morning FAWTLY Folk! Just a quick stop in to say howdy before I get to business. Got a lot to do in the weeks worth of business days I've got left before my Japan trip.

Good morning, zombie. I hope that it is a productive and not super stressful day for you.

Star Voter 2013

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber

Morning all,
Good luck with work Zombeh, Military budget cuts stink in a myriad of ways. ;P

Come back from japan with a real katana, and de-stress the fun way next time some schmuck at work annoys you! :D

<Smiles at images of a zombie with a katana chasing people through an office building>

Hm, that thought, and a cup of coffee, and my morning will start looking better! :)


hi everyone


I need to enroll in classes for next quarter too.


DSXMachina wrote:
lynora wrote:
Yoga is a two credit course that as far as I can tell from the description consists of showing up every week for a two hour lesson in which you do yoga. I don't think there are exams. It's one of a series of classes offered that are one or two credits because you need a minimum of twelve credits per term to be considered full time and three credit classes often leave you one or two credits short. It's not a silly question at all. As you said, different systems. :)
That's cool being able to do exercise and earn credits. Well it does make students well-rounded and de-stressed.

I'd say lack of exercise is just as likely to leave the students well round.


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Spoiler:
But certainly not well fit.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion Subscriber

I hope you have a great semester, Lynora! :)


It's not as bad as I thought it be - I napped for hour and half and I am nowhere near as dizzy as usual after midday nap. Even more I have a new idea how to develop old concept for a class. I wonder if it will seem workable in practice once I write it down.


Jess Door wrote:
I hope you have a great semester, Lynora! :)

Thanks. You've been a big help with surviving this term. I'm so glad it's almost over. :)


doctor_wu wrote:
I need to enroll in classes for next quarter too.

Good luck and I hope you get to take classes you actually like. :)


Kajehase wrote:
DSXMachina wrote:
lynora wrote:
Yoga is a two credit course that as far as I can tell from the description consists of showing up every week for a two hour lesson in which you do yoga. I don't think there are exams. It's one of a series of classes offered that are one or two credits because you need a minimum of twelve credits per term to be considered full time and three credit classes often leave you one or two credits short. It's not a silly question at all. As you said, different systems. :)
That's cool being able to do exercise and earn credits. Well it does make students well-rounded and de-stressed.
I'd say lack of exercise is just as likely to leave the students well round.

Indeed. In that sense I'd like to be a little less well-rounded and a little more in a shape other than round. :P


So you want to specialize? :P

Silver Crusade Star Voter 2013

3 people marked this as a favorite.

I just talked to someone with the surname Turnipseed.

I have a new favorite name.

Shadow Lodge Marathon Voter 2013, Marathon Voter 2014

I used to have a coworker by that name.


Kajehase wrote:
Spoiler:
But certainly not well fit.

Not sure how many of the US FaWtLies got that. But well played - good luck tonight's International ;p

Shadow Lodge Marathon Voter 2013, Marathon Voter 2014

Means the same thing over here so I'm sure most of us got it =)


Sharoth wrote:
Icyshadow wrote:

I just found out that my last month's bad sales numbers at work nearly cost me my precious job.

And here I thought being betrayed by a guy I respected was going to be the only thing depressing me today.

I am sorry to hear that Icy. Hopefully things get better for you real soon.

+1


lynora wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Good morning FAWTLY Folk! Just a quick stop in to say howdy before I get to business. Got a lot to do in the weeks worth of business days I've got left before my Japan trip.
Good morning, zombie. I hope that it is a productive and not super stressful day for you.

+1


Jess Door wrote:
I hope you have a great semester, Lynora! :)

How's the new car?

Silver Crusade Star Voter 2013

Orthos wrote:
Means the same thing over here so I'm sure most of us got it =)

I've never been anywhere in the US that uses that word like they do in the UK. In British slang, it means "hot".

British teenage boy: "Did you see that girl back there? She was well fit!"

Everywhere I've been in the US, it is less-sexual word for someone who is in good physical condition.

US personal trainer: "On this routine, we'll have you fit in no time."

Sovereign Court

1 person marked this as a favorite.
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Bitter Thorn wrote:
Jess Door wrote:
I hope you have a great semester, Lynora! :)
How's the new car?

SO FREAKING AWESOME

I don't even think I'll feel different when I get the monthly bill! ^_-

Silver Crusade Star Voter 2013

Obligatory link

That this song was ever considered a "hit" is an affront to all of the great British music legends of past generations...

Shadow Lodge Marathon Voter 2013, Marathon Voter 2014

Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Means the same thing over here so I'm sure most of us got it =)

I've never been anywhere in the US that uses that word like they do in the UK. In British slang, it means "hot".

British teenage boy: "Did you see that girl back there? She was well fit!"

Everywhere I've been in the US, it is less-sexual word for someone who is in good physical condition.

US personal trainer: "On this routine, we'll have you fit in no time."

Heh, within the context of the quote either definition makes sense, but I do stand corrected.

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