with my kid and her thing for owls? Hmm? Today was the first day she could take a book home from the school library, and she chooses a paperback copy of the book, Owl Babies, which we have in a board book format. She can recite the book start to finish. Sigh. My kid is strange.
She and FutureBride have been fighting a lot lately. Maybe being in the same Kindergarten class isn't the best thing... they get no break from one another.
My friend *b* didn't get a puppy like she was planning/
hoping/dreading this weekend, and she's sad about it. I love you, *b*... you did the right thing, hun. [love10] <-- I know you don't know what that is, but it's the biggest love I can give you on the internets.
I've decided on making all gifts this year for Solstice/Yule/Christmas again... even though last year's knit-a-thon was a bit disastrous, this year I've gotten a bit more creative, and a head start! I shant divulge what I'm making for whom, in case anybody sneaky reads my blog without "following" it and I let stuff slip. But yeah... go crafty me.
Also, there are flies copulating on my laptop. How rude. They didn't even ask.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
I started another novel today.
what the hell is wrong with me?
I've got this irrational fear of completing a project, methinks.
Today is the Equinox. All Hail Equo! Not really. But I did set up my altar anew for the new season, and meditated today and will perform my ritual this evening at 11:09, when the official equinox occurs.
In the mean time, I am listening to Lilith Fair 2010, and I'm diggin' it.
Sunday, September 19, 2010
So, we're into the swing of things.
Zigz is in kingergarten.... Kindergarten A, to be exact. So far, she's pissed that it's every day, and says it's boring, but likes Mrs. Fleming and the fact that Miss FutureBride is in her class (yes, my 4 yr old is a proud member of the LGBT community).
Matt is back to work, and so far this semester is a massive clusterfuck. For serious.
I have set myself a wee schedule for this year. Here she be:
Monday-Wednesday: Novels... nothing but novels.
Thursday: Coffee with friends in the am, and housework in the pm.
Friday: Laundry and groceries.
Sounds horribly boring, I know. I know. SHUT UP!! I KNOW!
But the 3 days of writing is fun, and I love to write, and I have SOOO much that needs to get put down in text and then edited into what I've already got.
This is my first holiday week as an official OBOD member!! It's Alban Elfed, and that's a whole lot of harvesty goodness. Like, early Thanksgiving. ♥
Also, my hair isn't growing fast enough for my liking. It's not long enough to put up, but long enough to drive me batty, curling around my ears and neck. Plus, I think I want even more bangs... which... I know. I KNOW! Sheesh.
You people sure are pushy. ;)