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Blergh. Still dealing with becoming a night owl again. First time in 20 years I have to work late instead of early.

Ah well, fnck it, I'm happier. I am even getting some PbP time in.

Hope you are all warm and dry where you are at. Today was first snow (!) of the season here. I'm glad I have four cords if wood ready to go!

*blink*

Silver Crusade

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Yikes, snow already? You're not that far north from me!


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Yup. Not really sticking, but it was full squall for a couple of hours


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Yikes, snow already? You're not that far north from me!

Meanwhile, across the Atlantic we're setting new records for plus temperatures every day.


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Also, don't tell my boss, but I now finish my supposed-to-take-three-hours paper route in an hour forty-five minutes most days.


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Our temperatures dropped from 91F to 75F in one night. We'll be back up in the 80s next week, but steadily cooling off for the rest of the year.

In other words, I get to wear shoes instead of sandals.


Temperature here seems to flow between 15 and 5 degree Celsius every other day.

Today seems warm. Good because I am going for a session later.


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I had a dream that I took a cat to home.

It appeared to speak single words a few times ("drink" when it was thirsty, at least).

Shadow Lodge

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Relatively cool here too. Steadily in the 60s/70s during the day and 30/40s during the night (Teens to Low 20s C during the day, 0-4 C or so at night).

Dark Archive

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48F here atm, 9C, noon temperatures. The winter has just barely begun, it shall soon be getting much colder. It is predicted that we will have our coldest Winter yet this year, though they say that every year. :P

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Also, good morning every-FaWtL. Hope everyone is well, had an enjoyable weekend, and has a good day ahead. :)

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aeglos wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Speaking of Italian, did I mention that I am going to Italy for 9 days in January? It's coming up!!!

no, no, no

you got it wrong, Germany is the european country you should visit ! Germany !

but seriously:
Awesome, have a great time

That's a funny way to spell Ireland. ;P

And +1 to the enjoyable holiday.

Dark Archive

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Kidlet:
Have had my little one down for the weekend, and will be sending him back home to his mum tomorrow. In the meantime, woo! I love having my little mouser down. He's full of beans, full of cheer, full of merriment! Absolutely exhausting too, but that's kids for you.


Damn it, only two weeks before Service begins.

And I've wasted the last few days gaming instead of writing!


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Blergh. Still dealing with becoming a night owl again. First time in 20 years I have to work late instead of early.

Ah well, fnck it, I'm happier. I am even getting some PbP time in.

Hope you are all warm and dry where you are at. Today was first snow (!) of the season here. I'm glad I have four cords if wood ready to go!

*blink*

:)


I went back to bed and dreamed about mining colony where they were mining large raw diamonds and we were investigating accident/possible murder. We managed to confirm that there are matching genetic samples when I was woken up by a call from dentist office that the dentist got sick so they have to move my appointment to next Wednesday.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Yikes, snow already? You're not that far north from me!

:-)


ebon_fyre wrote:

Our temperatures dropped from 91F to 75F in one night. We'll be back up in the 80s next week, but steadily cooling off for the rest of the year.

In other words, I get to wear shoes instead of sandals.

:D


Orthos wrote:
Relatively cool here too. Steadily in the 60s/70s during the day and 30/40s during the night (Teens to Low 20s C during the day, 0-4 C or so at night).

:-D


LordSynos wrote:
48F here atm, 9C, noon temperatures. The winter has just barely begun, it shall soon be getting much colder. It is predicted that we will have our coldest Winter yet this year, though they say that every year. :P

:-D


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I'm about a week away from breaking out the heavy coat, unless we get a warm front. Already to the point of leaving the heat on all day.

Aberzombie envy likely by the end of the month, if not sooner.


It's a milestone. My first actual sick day.

Shadow Lodge

=/


Scintillae wrote:
It's a milestone. My first actual sick day.

Casts heal on scint

Back to work, you.


Scintillae wrote:
It's a milestone. My first actual sick day.

They're letting you use a sick day because you have a stomach ache due to all the candy you got by Trick-or-Treating as some character from My Little Pony?


Yeah I spent Halloween road-tripping an hour to the nearest bike shop to get my flats fixed. I wish this was candy overload instead of inexplicable dizzy spell. This is mostly sick day due to preventative maintenance so it doesn't get worse. That and the whole inability to walk in a straight line upon reaching school this morning. I was all set to teach today before my sense of equilibrium gave a resounding NOPE to that.


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Ouch. Get better and avoid narrow passages.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Blergh. Still dealing with becoming a night owl again. First time in 20 years I have to work late instead of early.

Looks like we switched schedules. I'm working the early-bird shift at UPS, and am having to adjust to waking up at 3 AM and going to bed at 6 or 7 PM.


Scintillae wrote:
Yeah I spent Halloween road-tripping an hour to the nearest bike shop to get my flats fixed. I wish this was candy overload instead of inexplicable dizzy spell. This is mostly sick day due to preventative maintenance so it doesn't get worse. That and the whole inability to walk in a straight line upon reaching school this morning. I was all set to teach today before my sense of equilibrium gave a resounding NOPE to that.

I'm sorry scint. How is your ride doing?


Car's fine. Bike has not been ridden since I got the flat in August. Finally managed to get to the shop, and found a big ol' thorn in the front tire as well. All that's wrong with it is that I can't change a bike tire. Good news is they're replacing them with better tires that the thorns we get in this part of the state won't puncture as easily.


My baby needs some serious tlc. Serious tlc. I'm not sure i'll be able to afford the amount of love she needs, but still....

Silver Crusade

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LordSynos wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Speaking of Italian, did I mention that I am going to Italy for 9 days in January? It's coming up!!!

no, no, no

you got it wrong, Germany is the european country you should visit ! Germany !

but seriously:
Awesome, have a great time

That's a funny way to spell Ireland. ;P

And +1 to the enjoyable holiday.

I want to go to Ireland! And Germany! (I am German-Irish, after all.)

Alas, the list of places I want to go is a long one.

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I would love to visit Europe. I just need to be able to afford to do so by ship.

Silver Crusade

Orthos wrote:
I would love to visit Europe. I just need to be able to afford to do so by ship.

Although I don't mind flying, I've always thought that would be awesome. The real issue is time. It takes a week or so to cross the Atlantic by sea, and a week back. If you want to spend enough time there to make it worth while, you need to have about a month free.

John hates flying, so I had to book the Italy trip on the largest jumbo jets possible with no layovers.

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I sympathize. The flights from Arizona to Tennessee or vice versa were stressing enough. I don't think I could manage an overseas trip.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
LordSynos wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Speaking of Italian, did I mention that I am going to Italy for 9 days in January? It's coming up!!!

no, no, no

you got it wrong, Germany is the european country you should visit ! Germany !

but seriously:
Awesome, have a great time

That's a funny way to spell Ireland. ;P

And +1 to the enjoyable holiday.

I want to go to Ireland! And Germany! (I am German-Irish, after all.)

Alas, the list of places I want to go is a long one.

easy, just skip all places on the list above Germany and Ireland ;-)

Grand Lodge

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Orthos wrote:
I sympathize. The flights from Arizona to Tennessee or vice versa were stressing enough. I don't think I could manage an overseas trip.

I don't recommend it. Long flights suck.


I used to have no problem with flying until my not so recent trip to South Carolina- which I posted about here(not in this thread, in another FAWTL thread I think), not any longer.

That trip from Georgia to SC was awful.

AWFUL.

Now I know how my laundry feels.


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I hate travelling sitting down, so I'm kinda dreading the flight to Lisbon in a month or so.


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Orthos wrote:
I would love to visit Europe. I just need to be able to afford to do so by ship.

Some freight ships will take one or two passengers for a lot less than cruise ships.

*cue jokes about having to sleep in a container*

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Kajehase wrote:
Orthos wrote:
I would love to visit Europe. I just need to be able to afford to do so by ship.

Some freight ships will take one or two passengers for a lot less than cruise ships.

*cue jokes about having to sleep in a container*

You laugh but I might actually look into that if/when the time comes. I wouldn't mind a ship journey, really. I just hate flying.


My love of flying was taken from me....Otherwise this is another area we could be opposites in.


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Alton and I like to ride around in our private jets just visiting random places we've never been. Alton does it to steal their handed-down family recipes. I do it to spray chemtrails of pheromones that induce people to love my shows & movies over superior ones for no explicable reason.


Freehold DM wrote:
My love of flying was taken from me....Otherwise this is another area we could be opposites in.

C'est la vie.


I did a 24-hr flight to Saudi Arabia. I dont recommend it. We were the best-armed flight ever though. It was surreal when the flight attendant came on and asked us to store our M26A2s under our seats


Two hours flight twice. Not pleasant but not really-really bad - but I don't know if I could handle it long enough to get to your side. Well, I could probably, but under the condition there would be much more space for legs than it was in the cheap lines I flew. Any longer than four hours and I would really need to get up and walk around...


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Ohhhhh baaaaadgeeeeeerrrrrr


Scintillae wrote:
Ohhhhh baaaaadgeeeeeerrrrrr

dear god....a


J1000 Whedonator wrote:
Alton and I like to ride around in our private jets just visiting random places we've never been. Alton does it to steal their handed-down family recipes. I do it to spray chemtrails of pheromones that induce people to love my shows & movies over superior ones for no explicable reason.

I knew it.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
I did a 24-hr flight to Saudi Arabia. I dont recommend it. We were the best-armed flight ever though. It was surreal when the flight attendant came on and asked us to store our M26A2s under our seats

I don't know if that's the most awesome flight ever or the most terrifying.

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