wook77: (tattoos)
I like to do the Fandom Stocking thing so here's mine:

1.) Comment on everything you read/view and like during the holiday fests season, especially. It's a busy time right now and lots of people (me included) are frantically trying to finish shit up. A comment is golden, even if it's on an old piece of fanwork(s). Give a gift and pass it on.
2.) Did you know that $5 will feed 50 dogs at your local shelter? Leave a Donation somewhere for me. Look through your pantry and clean it out to give to the local food bank. Donate to your local animal shelter. Clean out your closets and give to your local homeless shelter. Buy a coat for someone and donate it. Buy blankets and donate them.
3.) Make me a cool icon or fanmix or upload your favorite holiday song and share with me why it's your favorite song. (Darcy the Dragon by Roger Whittaker and Emmanuel by Janis Ian are my favorites)
4.) I won't turn down Amazon.com gift cards. Or Bestbuy.com or Thinkgeek.com
5.) Hold the door for someone. Take an extra moment to say 'thank you' and 'you're welcome' and 'please'. This is one of my biggest pet peeves so you'll be giving me a gift by not being a dick.
6.) Write me a random fic. Or draw me art.
7.) Paid time for my LJ would be lovely.
8.) Give to your local library. They're all hurting for dollars. Even better than giving, check to see what their LGBT section looks like and donate some LGBT books that they can use.
9.) I wouldn't turn down any of the more recent The Editors albums. I need "Papillon", "You Don't Know Love", and "In This Light and On This Evening".
10.) I wouldn't mind some LGBT books either. Say, "Hero", "The Obsidian Man", "Masks Rise of Heroes", "David Inside Out", or "Boy Meets Boy".

Because I'm too lazy to do a new poll - here is my poll for Christmas/Holiday cards from last year. Feel free to sign up for one this year. I love sending them though they'll be cutting it close to get there for Christmas. I have about 60 boxes of cards so help me clean out my stash. I promise I won't show up at your house unless you invite me. EDITED TO ADD: If you don't plan on sending, that's cool! I love sending them so please don't worry about reciprocating! Also, if you're international, I don't much care, I'll send international.

I love getting cards, too, so if you have my address already, please send me one. I missed all the polls due to work. If you wanted to send me one, could you link me to your poll? Danke!
wook77: (departed)
I've watched more tv in the past two weeks than I have in six years. I'm sort of televisioned out. How do people watch this all the time?!

Anyway, I'm walking sans crutches but with boot. A boot that weighs about a gadzillion pounds. I took my first few steps without the boot today and almost faceplanted but, still, it's coming.

I got the police report regarding my accident and the cop did ZERO investigation. Like, literally, no investigation other than to record our insurance information. Which means that the asshole that made the left in front of me did not get cited. Why the fuck do we have cameras up on every fucking red light if the police NEVER look at them?! What a motherfucker. I hope he gets downsized in the next round of cuts to the police officers here in town. I can't think of a more deserving dickface to get downsized.

Which also means that I have to contact a lawyer as my insurance wants me to assume 50% liability. Well, fuck that sideways, no fucking way. Plus, they're dragging their feet on getting the medical claim STARTED. Yep, you read that right - the medical claim hasn't even been started which means that the $65,000 surgery I had is now up in the air for payment. The ambulance company billed me $1100 for taking me 10 minutes to the hospital. There was a charge of $200 for mileage. WTF. It's seven miles down the road!

Anyway, to step away from ranting, I'm feeling better. Still randomly falling asleep at awkward moments. I feel like a 90 year old man.

I'm working from home so much less vacation time spent for this stupid ankle and chest pains. Plus, I get to watch movies while working. How sweet is that?!

I got a Kindle for Christmas. Now if only I could get wifi to be able to use the thing cause I didn't get the 3G version.

How was everyone else's Christmas?
wook77: (two men dancing)
My holiday wishlist. (Yes, I'm late)

Every year, I try to put up a wishlist that's fairly reasonable. I try to never ask for the moon (or a Kindle :P).

Here are my 10 requests:

1.) Leave comments on everything you enjoy. Do it immediately, don't just think "I'll go back to it" because, for the most part, you won't. So leave a spot of happiness in someone's LJ.
2.) Make a donation in my name to: your local animal shelter, Heifer International, Habitat for Humanity or Tucson Community Foodbank. Five dollars can feed 50 dogs (not exaggerating. A 40 lb bag of dog food is $5 and feeds approximately 50 dogs), provide a sustainable living, help build a house or feed a community.
3.) Write a random comment fic for someone on your flist and link me to it.
4.) Make a cool icon. Or music mix. Or art.
5.) Upload your favorite holiday song and share it with me.
6.) Upload a favorite song and share it with me.
7.) Volunteer for a local charity. with donations down, volunteers are even more necessary.
8.) Go through your things and purge what you don't need. With the economy the way it is, charities are feeling the pinch. There are less dollars and more demands for services. It's getting harder and harder to clothe people and feed people. Go through your pantry and get rid of those raviolis that you bought a year ago and you still haven't eaten. That blouse still looks horrendous on you. You lost the weight, don't go back to the fat jeans, get rid of them. That bedding shrank and doesn't fit your queen mattress anymore. That blanket is still tatty but someone else won't care like you do.
9.) Hold the door for someone. Say 'thank you' when someone holds the door for you. Let that lady with just one thing in front of you and your stack of a hundred items. Take a moment to pass on a random act of kindness. We're all harried at this time of the year and that holding the door will go a long way. (And if they don't say 'thank you', nothing says you can't say a polite 'you're welcome' at their backs...)
10.) Take an angel off one of those angel/giving trees at the mall. Buy that kid the pair of jeans that they're asking for and then toss in a toy, too. I'd hate to think of some kid opening up only necessary items on Christmas morning. Christmas is about spreading joy and happiness. Give a kid that joy and happiness.

And if you have a holiday wishlist, please link me to it. My flist time has been nil lately so I've probably missed yours. I'd really like to see if I can fulfill any of your wishes.


Dec. 25th, 2009 10:39 pm
wook77: (Star Trek: Kirk as Han)
Passive aggressive douchebaggery is passive aggressive. I had no idea that getting the preferred name for a character right was just so much of a fucking hardship that one needed to make a point of mentioning that the requested first name is actually the character's middle name. I also had no idea that when someone says "no smut needed", that they were actually asking for a kink they don't like to be prominently featured in a PWP. Consider me enlightened.

Now on to the happy making. Christmas this year was awesome.

Srsly. Best Christmas in years. There were no, zip, zilch, zero, nada, NONE, NON, fights at my house this year. There was no begging my nephews to eat. There was no brother being all snide and condescending and superior. There was no sister-in-law attempting to make me feel inferior or glaring at me for not playing with her boys just as she wants. There was no awkward exchange of gifts. There was no ignoring. There was none of that.

Instead, it was great! We watched the movies we wanted to watch. We ate what and when we wanted. We woke up when we wanted. Dinner was peaceful and relaxing.

Even the gifts rocked this year! I have a history of receiving shitty gifts. But this year, my family really outdid themselves. I sent out a small list of things that I would want. I ended up getting a few video games, some giftcards for iTunes and VISA checkcards. My mum got me THE video game I wanted. My older sister got me THE Cow Parade Cow I wanted. My younger sister got me a video game I'd mentioned I wanted while we were shopping but had forgotten to put on the list (go her memory!). But my dad, the horrible gift giver extraordinaire, totally got me the best gift this year.

I have a new bedmate. The Tauntaun Sleeping Bag from thinkgeek. *spazzes*

action shot underneath the cut )

How did Christmas go for all of you?

Feliz Navidad, flist!
wook77: (miss you)
Someone on the flist asked for favorite holiday memories and I started to type this up as a comment there when I realized it was getting long. Thus, I'm making it into a post, instead. My favorite holiday memories all blur into one giant lump of memories as my birthday is in October, quickly followed by Thanksgiving in November, Christmas in December and Orthodox Christmas in January. They all revolve around my grandfather.

When I was a little girl, I worshiped my grandfather. We called him Bubby or Bubbup, a German form of endearment that his parents had used when they lived in Germany/Austro-Hungary. My grandfather was first-generation American and a very sedate man. He had a thousand and one odd mannerisms, at least to my way of little girl mind.

What're you doing, Bubby? We'd ask as he napped on the recliner. He'd respond I'm checking my eyelids for pinholes. and we'd all giggle. He had a witty comeback for all of us.

By the time I was old enough to start remembering, he was already slipping into Alzheimer's and dementia. His mind started regressing when we lost my Nana (I was about 3). One of the things he would never forget were birthdays. Every year, on my birthday, he would send me a card and twenty bucks. Considering that he'd been a mechanic for Greyhound, that was a huge amount of money. He always drove a Ford and is probably spinning circles in his grave that I drive a Japanese sports car. He'd sometimes come up and tinker on my mum's 67 Mercury Cougar. I remember sitting on the dirt next to the car as he'd poke his head under the hood. Sometimes, he'd ask me to hand him something and boy howdy was that hammer heavy when you're a teeny girl of four.

The four of us siblings always got him a Hickory Farms assortment, a bag of salted peanuts, a set of pjs and a pair of slippers for Christmas.

When I was four, we developed a tradition that continued until I was 12. You see, I'd discovered my love of pumpkin pie by then. In the middle of the night, I snuck out of my bedroom and carefully pulled the pie down onto the kitchen floor with me. I used my fingers and scooped all the pie filling that my little tumbly could hold. In the middle of my midnight foray, Bubby caught me. Thinking I'd be in an enormous amount of trouble, I waited for him to go get my mum and I'd get sent to my room. Heck, I might even miss out on sitting next to Bubby at Thanksgiving dinner the next day (this was the ultimate reward and treat. You had to be good for MONTHS to get to sit next to Bubby).

Instead, my Bubby walked to the silverware drawer, pulled out two spoons and handed me one without saying a word. We made our way through that entire pie that night and then he carried me to my bed and tucked me in. I know that he had to have talked to my mum about where the pie went because I was never punished and my mum never reacted. The pie crust was filled with whipped cream.

When Christmas rolled around, I snuck out once more to get the pumpkin pie. There were two pies, after all. When I got to the kitchen, Bubby sat at the table with one of them, two spoons at the ready. We sat there and ate all that pie filling (and left the crust) once more. We never really talked during these moments throughout the years that the tradition continued. I remember mock spoon wars, fighting over one certain piece. Sometimes, Bubby would make the spoons dance. Sometimes, he'd fall asleep. Without fail, we'd always leave the pie crust. Eventually, I got too big for him to carry. Eventually, he slipped into dementia and the midnight pie forays stopped.

Eventually, he called me by my mother's name and called my mum "Snacky", his nickname for my Nana.

My Bubby died January 2nd, 1993. He was 86 years old.

I still don't eat the pie crust.
wook77: (Taylor Kitsch is one sexy MOFO)
So here's that annual holiday wishlist. I try to vary my gift requests every year but I sort of fail miserably.

1.) I ask this every year and I make a pledge that I will do the same. During the month of December, I ask that each and every one of you comment on everything you read/view and enjoy. Comments are little gifts that inspire the recipients which, in turn, keeps fandom an awesome, productive place. I'm not saying leave a detailed comment but leave a comment telling the author/artist that you enjoyed their work. Give a gift to others and take the minute or two to let an author/artist know you enjoyed their work.

2.) Make a donation of any sort to your local animal shelter. Five dollars is a BFD. For five bucks, my shelter can buy a forty pound bag of dog food from Hill's Science Diet. Forty pounds of food feeds about 50-80 of our dogs. That's right, for five bucks, you can feed at least FIFTY dogs. See why I say five bucks is important?!

3.) Go through your things and purge the stuff you don't use any longer. Donate what you can to local charities. Needs are going up exponentially for all sorts of random shit from half-used bottles of shampoo (In the US, World Care will take them and so will quite a few of the homeless shelters) to coats and blankets. This one won't cost you any more money than the gas to take them to a drop off point. And it'll be a gift to you because you won't need to store that stuff in your house any more. Besides, you hated that shampoo and those sheets never fit your bed right anyway.

4.) I'd love fic and art and icons and music mixes.

5.) A cow. Or geese. Or baby ducklings. Some trees. A water buffalo. Get them here.

6.) Hold the door for someone. Say 'thank you' to the person holding the door for you. I know we rush during the holidays to get gifts and/or to avoid all assholes out there but, srsly, take a second and say 'thank you'. It helps reduce stress for you and the recipient. It's a small moment of happiness.

7.) To be greedy - gift certificates to thinkgeek.com or bestbuy.com

8.) Paid time for my LJ.

9.) Pick a card off any of those "Angel Trees" and buy a pair of pjs or jeans for a little kid for Christmas. Then toss in a stuffed animal or something equally as "frivolous". Because every kid should get something fun during the holidays. Remember how you felt when you opened up a present and saw something fun? Now magnify that by about a billion and you'll see what some of these kids will feel when they get their gift. Nothing beats inspiring a kid to see that the world isn't always about surviving. Sometimes, it's about living.

10.) This Wedge Antilles Figure. Or, well, any Wedge Antilles toy.
wook77: (shelter-see the light)
Have reported the iPod as stolen with the police and my job. Found the serial number in the packaging. I doubt my mother will mock me for being a packrat after this. I've also listed the theft at a few stolen goods sites.

I went in to work to register a complaint of theft and, after speaking with the assistant store manager, I got a text from one of my coworkers. She says she knows who has my iPod and that I'll get it back on Tuesday. So we'll see if I get it back. I'll find out who it is and then I shall fuck them over. Revenge shall be mine.

[livejournal.com profile] daily_snitch is looking for Seamus recs so get yours in :D. Surely we can outdo Blaise Zabini :P also - be sure to code it properly. don't be a twat like me

Because of the theft of my iPod, I finally sucked it up and bought the iPhone. Am now trying to figure it out. Suggestions for names for the new phone? I already have the following electronics: HK-47, The Ebon Hawk, T3-M4, and Leviathan. What do you think of "Holocron" for its name? It is sort of like a Jedi Holocron. The name isn't completely wowing me so suggestions would be awesome.

Also - this whole episode sort of told me how spoiled I really am. I work my ass off, don't get me wrong (76 hours this week!) to be able to afford these things and I go out and spend the money. It's not like I'm struggling to feed myself or whatever. In today's economy, I'm quite thankful to have one job let alone two. I never worry about food or fuel. I can afford lunch out a couple times a week.

Thus - instead of doing a more memememememememe wishlist like I've done every year, my holiday requests/gifts are the following:

1.) that you comment on a piece of fanwork if you enjoy it. Spread a bit of cheer. It only takes a moment to type out "I really enjoyed this, thanks for sharing!".
2.) Donate to your local foodbank. With five bucks, most foodbanks can feed a family of 4 for a day including fresh produce and some sort of meat. Five bucks. Man, that's awesome.
3.) Donate to Heifer International. Buy me a part of a cow or some trees or ducklings or something.
4.) Create a piece of fanwork for someone else. It can be anything - an icon, a drabble, a novel length fic, a piece of artwork. Do it randomly and surprise someone.
5.) Donate to your local animal shelter. Donations are down across the board for all non-profits and boy howdy are they suffering. Even five bucks is five bucks more than they had before. It really does matter.
6.) Buy a toy for toys for tots. Buy a toy for the Salvation Army. Every kid should have something for Christmas.
7.) Go through your stuff and pick out what you really don't need and donate it to your local women's/family/children's shelter. This one's a double gift. 1.) They get stuff and 2.) You get space!
8.) Raid your books and dvds and see what ones you can send to a local library or hospital. Another double gift!
9.) Give to your local library. I dropped off twenty five bucks last week and the librarians there told me no one ever donates except during huge drives. I use the library all the time and it saves me thousands a year in books that I would've bought otherwise (and, let's face it, would've hated).
10.) Practise your manners. It's really nice to say "thank you" when someone holds the door. Or, hell, hold the door for someone. Too often during the holidays, we rush so much that we forget about other people. It only takes a second to hold a door. And hell, if they other person doesn't say thanks, then say 'you're welcome' anyway. :D Let someone out of a parking lot when you're driving. And if they don't wave a thanks, than wave a you're welcome anyway (and not with just one finger).

That's my wishlist and my ramble. <3 you all.
wook77: (Deamus - Kiss)
I participated in the Kinky Kollaboration Month at Daily Deviant on IJ. Thus, Fic.

I worked with [livejournal.com profile] kethlenda and omg, braintwin. We had similar ideas and the story turned out quite lovely, in my not so humble opinion. Details:

Title: In Which Dean and Seamus Miss Each Other and Check Out Girls
Pairings: Dean/Seamus-ish. Seamus/Lavender-ish. Dean/Luna-ish.
Warnings: Voyeurism, Wanking
Wordcount: ~3200

Go check it out and let the pair of us know what you thought. Please?

Have been playing with stuffs for the [livejournal.com profile] hd_worldcup and created a widget for the google homepage. You can find it here. Let me know if you all find it handy?

Have a bazillion recs to post but can't get the brain to function properly. They're mostly from [livejournal.com profile] smutty_claus and [livejournal.com profile] rs_small_gifts as those are the two fests I'm following because I'm participating in them. I'm quite enjoying the recs from [livejournal.com profile] merry_smutmas that you all are posting, though. They point out the great fics that I might pass on first glance as the pairing might not be my cuppa. So, thanks for widening my horizons and highlighting the brilliant works.

work babbling/ranting ahoy )

I should not be trusted on the internet without [livejournal.com profile] yodels around. I have signed up for [livejournal.com profile] picfor1000 and [livejournal.com profile] hp_springsmut. I got a crazy prompt for [livejournal.com profile] picfor1000 last year that ended up turning out pretty cool. [livejournal.com profile] hp_springsmut shall be interesting as my requests are either Seamus/Someone or Sirius/Someone, basically. Good luck to the mods with matching me and May the Force Be With You. Sorry to be so complicated.

I have tl;dr thoughts on how detailed a prompt you should leave for your author (hint: it isn't 16 words long counting each name in your pairings). But that is for another post.

Someday, I will get to posting the last of my resolution reviews. They've only been done since November 15th.

Am dogsitting at the house from the 50s over Christmas. I am also starting a second job starting Sunday. It's at a grocery store that sort of masquerades as a Target and I will be working in the home department. Err, yayes for folding towels for 6 hours a shift? But, needs (and Terminus) must so 20 hours a week shall do it.

Finally - I have just mailed out the Christmas cards. Didn't get all the drabbles finished so, instead, I'm going to post them here for a 12 days of christmas sort of thing, instead. I hope that's cool with everyone. I'm sorry to be so lame. Life just got chaotic.

Ok, I lied. [livejournal.com profile] slashfest Round VI is coming! BWEE!!! Get your prompting thoughts ready! And, err, if you have outstanding requests? Could you take a look and see if they're really something you still want? I have 410 outstanding requests right now. Also - I suggest you all go take a look if you're looking for inspiration or you have something you're working on. Maybe perhaps hopefully the story/artwork will fit one of the outstanding prompts.
wook77: (true tales from the case files)
Got dropped from a newsletter with no notice whatsoever. No discussion, just looked and there they were advertising for someone to cover my day. I haven't received a response to my email yet. I guess I wasn't active enough in the fandom or something :/.

Submitted my [livejournal.com profile] rs_small_gifts and emailed my [livejournal.com profile] yuletide to beta take 2. I'm pwning the deadlines. Started working with [livejournal.com profile] kethlenda on our project which is, also, pwning. I had this idea brewing just after reading DH, shelved it and then both of us came up with the same idea when chatting. We rule.

I've started working on my January daily_deviant story and though the pairing is sort of cracky and so is the premise, the story, so far, is made of win and not of crack.

Just passed the 38k mark of the monster Deamus-ish story from Hades. You guys will read it, right? Even though it's a rarepair and stuff?

Also just realized that I forgot to post the update on my vacation. That shall get written up tomorrow. Unless I have fic to beta. You know who I'm looking at Icee. And just now realized that I forgot the final resolution reviews. Crap, I really am failing at this whole updating thing, aren't I?

Spent the day shifting boxes of financial records around. There were over 130 boxes and the stacks go up about 10 or so feet. So, lots of time on ladders with heavy boxes. Gee, I have an exciting job, don't I? But, at least, things are now organized so that when purging 1999's records, I can find them all together and then slide 2008 right in there. So, a little work now saves a lot of work later. But, gah, my back and neck ache. And I'm sleepy. And dirty. God, that storage unit is absolutely filthy. There were dead bugs, 7 years worth of dust in places and mouse poop. (and in case you're wondering, yes, I really am the only one in the office capable of moving these boxes. Everyone else I work with in the office has health issues that keeps them from doing it.)

I'm getting the most horrendous cold. My throat is really really sore and I'm sniffly. *whinges*

SLL is getting sacked. This means that right before Christmas, I will have assloads of work to do. It's a good thing I didn't plan on taking a vacation between the holidays. However, I will now be supervising the two other people in the office (obviously I won't be supervising my boss *winks*). So, management experience here I come.

The girl I tutor is amazingly smart. She's just a smart cookie (I make her say that when she uses the word 'stupid' as I HATE that word). Tonight, I walked into her house and without even saying hello, she spelled out the hardest spelling word she had from memory. She is 2 for 2 weeks at getting 100% on her spelling tests. Plus, she got all of her subtraction right. I'm so proud of her! AND - her mum baked me cookies cause her mum thinks I'm a smart cookie *beams*.

I bought stamps for the christmas cards today, so, if you want one - fill out the poll. Go on, I won't stalk you unless you want me to. I will be emailing my address to those that asked for it tomorrow, hopefully. Cards will go out in December so you have some time yet. Don't be shy, please!

How the heck is everyone?
wook77: (assholes)
Adventures in Dogsitting - an Update

I haven't dogsat in a bit so I thought I'd place an ad on Craigslist. The ad specifically said "no birds". Remember this part...

will you housesit my chickens for three months? And other adventures in advertising on craigslist )

Don't forget the Christmas Card Poll. Remember, I have non-religious cards that just show lights on cacti, if you really just want a card in the mail at the end of December. Please don't assume I have your address from last year. You don't have to worry about sending me one if you do not want to :D.
wook77: (christmas)
As promised, here is the photo I was going to use for my Christmas cards before my printer died and some of the outtakes as well...

my dogs )
wook77: (christmas)
I love the idea of Christmas. As an Almost-a-Nun sort of person, I adore the Christmas story. I love the magi and that Joseph believed Mary when she really could have been stoned for that whole possible pre-marital sex thing. I love the beauty and the wonder of the season. I listen to Christmas carols all year long. I LOVE the idea of Christmas.

I hate the actual implementation. I hate having to be polite over shitty gifts. I hate that I ask for specific things and I don't get them. Every year, I get my hopes up that this year will be different, that my family will read "I'd really like you all to go together for my birthday and Christmas and combine all these gifts into one gift!!! I just want x this year!" as meaning, I just want x and not a bunch of other crap I have no need or use for.

I'm not saying i don't appreciate the thought. It's just that there isn't any thought to the gifts.

For example - Christmas 2003 - I received the Cowlender (a Calendar with cows that have horrible puns in little bubbles coming out of their mouths) for 2003. That's right, one of my gifts, I was able to use for 6 days. At least it wasn't broken. Three of my other gifts that year were broken and were actually purchased that way.

more about horrible gift luck and semi-ranting about this year )

So now that I've shared about my crappy gift luck, what are some of the worst gifts you've ever received? Worst gift wins a prize though I have no idea what that prize will be. Can you top the milk coozie? The tricorn cowprint hat?
wook77: (happy icon)
Dear Arizona:

I moved here not only for the sunshine but for the warm weather. There's a reason that transplants to Arizona are called Snow Birds. We're FLEEING the snow. We left our winter coats in remote far-off possibly snow covered places like Pennsylvania to be able to crow on about how warm we are while the rest of the country freezes under a mantle of white powder (and I'm not talking cocaine).

The fact that I got stuck driving in it yesterday pisses me off and makes me want to sue for false advertising. I don't give a shit that it was rain when it hit the ground. On my windshield, it was still snowflake-shaped.

In conclusion, fuck you, Arizona. Fuck you and your promises of sunny weather and no snow.

No love,

That's right... there were wet drippy and disgusting SNOWFLAKES hitting my windshield yesterday afternoon! GAH!!!!!!!!!!!! *kicks Arizona*

So, since today was supposed to be super cold too, I pulled out a pair of cordoroys I haven't been able to fit into for almost 2 years. I looked at them longingly, almost put them back in the drawer of doom but then decided I should try them on. Not only did I get them closed, they fit comfortably! They're also SIZE 10s!!!!! I haven't fully fit inside of 10s in 2 years!!!! They're also the smallest 10s I own! BWEEEEE!!!!!!!!! Though this makes me kindasorta disappointed in myself for not going to the gym in 2 weeks.

As I haven't squeed over [livejournal.com profile] nothing_goldrpg in like 2 days, let me take this opportunity to *squee*. The play has really picked up and it's sooooooo good. If you're looking for a post-war semi-dark RPG to watch, we've loads of plot twists and turns to watch.

examples and more squeeing and semi-ranting about my favourite rpg evah and then more squeeing )

Thank you to [livejournal.com profile] hill_ for the absolutely amazingly beautiful card! I also got awesome cards from [livejournal.com profile] coffeejunkii, [livejournal.com profile] original_lie and [livejournal.com profile] wendy and a CD and card from [livejournal.com profile] yodels. The awesomeness of that cd can be summed up in one set of initials - NKOTB.

Also - I fail at being a friend because I totally forgot to squee over the Bushisms and Countdown Calendars from [livejournal.com profile] best_of_five and [livejournal.com profile] coffeejunkii. Let me now *SQUEE* over how amazingly awesome and funny and wonderful these things are!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (you all get the exclamation points of too much caffeine and excitement)

Advent fics? Um, yeah *shifty look* I'm writing but every idea is well over 1k now and not finished so they're delayed.

I'm sitting here at my desk freezing, by the way.

How are all of you?
wook77: (christmas)
Absolute last call for Christmas Cards...

Leave your address here.

Comments Screened. Still not a stalker.

Will send anywhere. I'm over 8 countries, it'd be nifty to hit 10 :). Also, I won 100 bucks at the casino tonight so I have plenty of money for postage... so international postage isn't a BFD.

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