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 Well hello again, how are you lot? Things that I have done since last I spoke to you:

- graduated from college
- begun looking for a job
- found some lovely new manga series
- started writing again
- reviewed my previous writing and decided I needed to write even more

So, what have you been doing? 


Apres moi, le deluge.

 Yesterday, after about 12 years of going, not going, going part time and doubting it would ever happen, I graduated from college with a B.A. in Speech Communications. This morning I join 1599 of my closest friends looking for job. Wheeeeeee! XD

fenikkusuken , very happy and very belated birthday! 


Doom is nigh!

Oh my stars and garters, I think my son is a climber. At the very least he's having a torrid affair with the top of the stairs. And no, he doesn't know how to get back down without going headfirst. Did I mention his predilection for grabbing things off desks? For pounding on doors and shaking baby gates? How about that his screams of displeasure could summon and subsequently deafen dark gods?  The fact that anyone who says "babies are easily distracted so just direct them away from what you don't want them to touch" has never met my offspring?
No? Just checking.


Aug. 30th, 2010

Thank you patchcat   and fenikkusuken   for the birthday wishes! The only real difference I've noticed so far between 29 and 30 is the need to laugh maniacally comes upon me more often now... XD

As of today the score is...

Me: 30

Entropy: 0


Jun. 24th, 2010

 I had a reader send me a very nice, very to the point private message asking whether I was continuing the R vs. J. Funnily enough, I have another two chapters that I have more or less just been sitting on for months. 

*Toddles off to re-woo my glorious and under paid beta*


May. 5th, 2010

Life bushwhacked my plot bunnies. But they are hardy little beggars and now I am bowing once more to their demands. It is absolutely charming to go back and read what I wrote prior to the bushwhacking and realizing that I can actually use it. 

*Does a little dance*


Having faith in humanity is tiring. Talking to people who seem diametrically opposed to what I believe in is tiring. But I'm willing to put a little effort into hopefully humanizing my side and gaining understanding of the other side.


In the last week I have planted seeds, started organizing a garden, planted pansies, sewn a dress and baked hot cross buns. Wheee! How are you?


My parents are going to be out of town on Thanksgiving. We're having some friends come up and... somehow it feel like adding family.



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