Byron,GA> Charleston, SC> Jacksonville, FL> Guilford, CT> Rohnert Park, CA! A southern drawl in sunny Cali! . The amount of time from slipping on the peel and landing on the pavement is exactly one bananosecond. I do have a secret yen for pink in unexpected places. ~ninja dog
I've decided that I'll never get down to my original weight, and I'm OK with that--After all, 8 pounds 2 oz. is just not realistic.
Oh my oh my! Talking about a balancing act. My very fat (partially paralyzed, deaf and blind in left eye, can't see out right ear) is trying to balance her fatself on an XBox. I hear is squeaking and watching her wobble to and fro as she's trying to groom herself. Weebles Wobble, but Missy Kat, you gotta get down.
/\ that's very wise advice. I just wish I could sleep. I've been flat on my back since Thursday with a migraine. I finally started to feel better yesterday and today is the first day I've been able to walk more than a few feet without falling over from being dizzy. I've been sleeping between bathroom and forums breaks and I can't sleep when I really really need to.
ETA: The cat on the xbox is the same cat that looks like an eggplant wearing a flea collar.
I am nervous about going back to work tomorrow. I stayed home sick on Friday and didn't call in until after 12 noon. I couldn't get out of bed, I couldn't walk or move without falling over. I thought that I had called into work but it ended up being a dream. Does that sounds nuts? I stayed home sick and dreamed about calling in sick. My husband came to check on me around lunchtime and asked if I'd called into work. I said yeah. He said, uh no you didn't. He went and got my purse from the other room and my cellphone was in it...I called as soon as I found out. I missed something really important and major at work. I can make it up tomorrow, I have a doctors note from where my husband made me go to the doctor after he got off work, and I'll have another doctor's note tomorrow after I go back in for a check up. And I did call (albeit 3 hours late).
Last edited by Speckla; 09-24-2012 at 12:08 AM.
Reason: and I did go home early sick on Thursday.
Well, it's also a word for vagina, but I think it's less vulgar then the c-word here as well. Definitely more vulgar than "fool" or "idiot," though.
You may want to step back and calm down just a teensy bit, Sherlock fandom:
All this week, till the first, I say we should write Sherlock on our wrists, and stay silent. It shall show that you may disregard our fandom, but the writer/director/actors shall win in our hearts.
As silence is more powerful than words, and it proves that we are a peaceful fandom.
Wow. I don't even know what they're protesting (people not knowing the show has a fanbase...?) but assuming there are more like this one, they need to calm. The frack. Down. And they also need to not act like a day of silence is warranted because they're not getting enough attention, considering everyone knows what the Day of Silence is and that it exists for a far, far more important and relevant reason.
I've seen the second episode now and it was enjoyable, though not squee-worthy like the first one. People's reluctance to believe Sherlock about a certain plot element really seems more fitting to the era of the original Holmes, IMO, as do certain other elements. Ah well. The next one ends the season - not sure what that will mean for where the story goes. The episodes are so self-contained that I don't care, either. They definitely feel like episodes of a show rather than their own movies, but they aren't very dependent on each other. I suppose it would make sense for Moriarty to come out and be all "BLAGH I AM THE VILLAIN" but he hasn't gotten very much buildup at this point.
This makes me think of how Mycroft was introduced and I feel like flailing all over again.