What's in a name?

Jul. 19th, 2017 12:19 am
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Years and years and more years reading fanfic. All the porn. Or pr0n, as it was called back in the day. And I still can't get used to how they keep saying their partners' names during the act. Repeatedly. Like it's some sort of sex mantra. It's weird, is what it is! @_@

Many visitors

Jul. 18th, 2017 11:52 am
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This summer I am getting all the visits! Cousins and cousin's exes and old old friends and my mom! Okay, so mom visits every summer, but the others not so much. It's lovely to get all these guests, but also a wee shock to my introvert hermit's system. The cats love it, begging for snacks and affections shamelessly. They get the latter, but not the former on account of vet's orders. Poor sods.

The annual St Olav festival is soon upon us, I should get moving on the ticket purchases. Am feeling lazy, though. Tomorrow. Maybe.

The new Spiderman movie is glorious. I have now seen it three times at the cinema, and it was worth all those three times. It brought the fun and laughs back to the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe), something it desperately needed after Captain America: Civil War kinda broke the Avengers. (Like the Hulk kinda broke Harlem.) The new Spiderman is so precious. A 15 year old kid, not elegant, not smooth, zero game, utter dork and super sweet. I just want to put him in my pocket, take him home and feed him. The interaction with Tony Stark is also great, and I am very much relieved that it was just enough, not too much. This is Spiderman's movie, after all. And the bad guy, Michael Keaton, oh my word. Fantastic! He's becoming more and more Jack Nicholson-like, in a very good way. The Vulture is a bad guy we can understand and sympathise with, unlike Ultron and Thanos and Red Skull and such. The Vulture is an unpowered human with a very honest grudge, a real background; like the Kindpin from the Daredevil TV series - but more likeable! There are of course also a ton of candy for the fans. I don't follow the comics, but I have seen all the movies and TV series since 2008. And I have read metric craptonnes of fanfic. So yes, I get to notice lovely little non-plotty fan candies, like Principal M*****. ♥

I made a thing

Jul. 9th, 2017 12:43 pm
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Yesterday I made a Great Wave off Kanagawa bag!


This was made with leftover scraps of printed fabric from a dress I made (and leftover silk from a cosplay). This bag has metal bag feet and a magnetic closure and inside pockets, all which makes me feel quite smug and professional about it.



I do know what I'd do differently if I started over, though, so perhaps that'll come in handy for whichever bag I make next from my stock of fashion-y fabrics. I just need to find a good design for the maneki-neko printed canvas...

Cat back to normal!

Jul. 7th, 2017 12:32 pm
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It took a week from the vet visit until Laban was back to his normal self again. It has now been two weeks since the vetting (har!) and all is well. Except his food. His food is still the special good for little kidneys and livers and hearts food, which means it's low on salt and some other stuff, has special proteins in it, and probably tastes bland as hell. Laban is not impressed and desperate for salt. Which he ain't getting. The vet was very firm on the "only the special food, NO SNACKS!" order. Sorry, pal.

I am very much relieved, though. Am thinking I'll take him back for a new round of tests at the end of the month, when my vacation starts. Get his liver values/indicators/whatever they're called in English checked. If good, maybe vet will let him have some "good" food, too. Maybe.

Went to an outdoor gig last Sunday, with two visiting cousins (one from mum's side, the other from dad's side). It was good. Very, very good. But I guess the 10 000 strong audience was kinda small compared to the one at Woodstock... The artist was John Fogerty, of Creedence Cleerwater Revival fame. At 72, he still rocks like a rocking thing. And we got all the old classics! His band rocks. His sons (one of whom is IN the touring band now, the other does a quick duet) rocks. And the sheep on the hill at the outdoor museum where the gig was held, rock. I mean, seriously. They posed! In stark profile against the blue evening sky. And gazed down upon us mere mortals. Even impressed Fogerty himself; "Damn, he likes rock'n'roll!!" quoth he. (Though technically, it was a she-sheep. The rams don't get to join the flock.)

Today is Friday. The weather is lovely, and we've not had much of that so far. Work morale is very low. Am counting hours and minutes until I can go home.

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