June 21st, 2017
musesfool: text icon: O swear not by the moon, th' inconstant moon (swear not by the moon)
In the ever-exciting news of the long slow process of co-op buying, late yesterday afternoon, I received a revised version of the appraisal - the one I got on Saturday had one number on the cover page and then another within the body of the document, and when I pointed that out to the lawyer, and he was like, "They're gonna go with the number in the document." Which was the lower number. But as of yesterday, the apartment is apparently worth the number on the cover page, which is $5000 more than the other. It's still $10K lower than the asking price, but it's proof that appraisers are human and make mistakes, so. We'll see what happens. I'm also still waiting to be contacted to set up the board interview. Sigh. I did find my black dress, though, so I'll be able to wear that when the time comes.

*

Last night, I made formulation #2 of anti-itch lotion and it doesn't have salt in it but it does have baking soda, so the unfortunately slightly gritty feel continues and also it didn't work (not to mention being an unappealing-for-a-skincare-product gray in color), so I think I'm just going to stick to more tried and true methods going forward.

*

Wednesday! Books!

What I've just finished
The Dark Prophecy (The Trials of Apollo, #2) by Rick Riordan. I enjoyed this - the action is a lot of fun and Leo got more to do - but oy, Apollo as narrator is annoying.

What I'm reading now
Despite an endless TBR pile, how could I resist Joan Aiken's The Five-Minute Marriage after reading amazing reviews by [personal profile] rachelmanija (here) and [personal profile] skygiants (here)?

I have especially fond memories of both The Wolves of Willoughby Chase and Black Hearts in Battersea, though I haven't read either since I was a kid (I probably should reread at some point, and I did not know there were like five other books in that series), plus it's about a fake but real marriage set in the Regency era, so it was like five of my bulletproof narrative kinks in one book.

And boy does it deliver. Not so much on the actual romance, but with the hilarity and the fake marriage that turns out to be legitimate (in the sense of they are actually legally married rather than it being a fraudulent ceremony as they expected) and will likely turn into a real (as in they actually care about each other and stay married) marriage by the end of the book, grand romance notwithstanding, as well as the apparent alpha asshole hero who turns out to just be really stressed about babysitting his sister's TEN kids.

Anyway! I am enjoying it a lot and if that sounds like your cup of tea, you probably will too!

What I'm reading next
I do not know! However, I did want to give a heads up to anyone who doesn't know that Frances Hardinge has a new book coming out in the fall: A Skinful of Shadows. I am excite! And maybe I will read The Lie Tree next. I was saving it because it's the only Hardinge I haven't read yet, but if there's a new book on the horizon, I don't have to hoard it anymore. *g*

*
Music:: Never Let Me Go - Florence + the Machine
Mood:: 'cold' cold
June 20th, 2017
musesfool: girl with umbrella (rainy days and mondays)
posted by [personal profile] musesfool at 02:04pm on 20/06/2017 under , , ,
I spoke with my lawyer yesterday afternoon and he said that the appraisal coming in low shouldn't affect the loan because I'm putting 50% down, but that it can affect how much I have to pay, and he's going to ask the seller's lawyer what they're willing to do regarding bringing the price down a little to align with the appraisal (or explain why the appraisal is wrong). We agreed that I would still pay the full asking price if necessary, but he's going to see what he can get since this happened. We'll see!

*

Last night, I met up with [personal profile] chicklet_girl, who is visiting NYC, and we had steak dinner and fannish conversation and it was lovely. I managed to mostly avoid getting soaked too, right up until I was half a block from the restaurant, at which point the skies opened and I got drenched from the knees on down (I was wearing a dress so it didn't bother me that much). And then later, as we left the restaurant, the sky was a weird yellow color as the storms had moved east. I didn't see any rainbows, but I've heard from various people that they were all over.

*

So I made some anti-itch lotion, but I don't find it particularly effective, and also it has salt in it, which makes it gritty, which is not a sensation I want in something that's not meant to be an exfoliant. I mean, maybe if I mixed it up with a mixer it wouldn't feel that way, and but I'm not ready to commit my handmixer to non-food-related items. And since it doesn't really work any better than any of the other million different things I've tried (and it works significantly less well than a few of those methods), I can't see using it again. I do have a couple other formulations to try out, none of which contain salt, so that at least shouldn't be a problem.

The bug repellent lotion bar seems to work, or at least I haven't gotten any new bites since I started using it. I guess we'll see how that goes. it's a good thing I don't mind the scent of citronella.

*
Music:: just like i was a weapon
Mood:: 'hungry' hungry
June 19th, 2017
thistlerose: by <lj user="mairbh"> (Wonder Woman)
posted by [personal profile] thistlerose at 03:19pm on 19/06/2017
Quick Wonder Woman (movie) question: Spoilers )

I need more WW icons.
musesfool: Wonder Woman giving you the side-eye (wtf?)
So apparently there are some comics fans who are trying to impose comics canon on Wonder Woman movieverse fans (as seen on Tumblr), and having been there oh so many years ago in the position of a movieverse-only fan, if you are tempted to say, "but in the comics...", my advice is, to quote Captain America: "son, just don't."

The movies are not the comics! They were not the same in 2000 with the first X-Men movie. They were not the same with Iron Man or Captain America or Age of Ultron or Civil War. They are not the same with Wonder Woman (I can't speak to the other DCU movies I haven't seen, but Jonathan Kent in Man of Steel was sure as shit not the Jonathan Kent from the comics, in the worst way possible).

There's a back button/exit button on every screen. Learn to use it if you can't handle the idea of multiple versions of canon that are not the same*. (Though how any (superhero) comics fan can possibly cling to some notion of strict canonicity is beyond my understanding - it was in 2000 and it remains even more so now that I've actually read superhero comics! - because even within the published comics there are multiple universes, alternate realities, reboots and rebirths, and even the published writers/artists pick and choose from that broad swath of material. And that's before even getting into TV/film/video game/animated adaptations! So don't even. I mean, you're not going to bitch at the people who write Ezra Miller movie Flash for not writing Grant Gustin TV Flash, are you? Then stfu.)

*I can see being annoyed when movie characterization etc. invades the comics tag on AO3 (or v.v.), but that's just an inevitable side effect of people trying to grab the widest possible reading audience.

This makes me just as angry now as it did seventeen(!!!) years ago. I thought maybe the MCU blowing up to be a huge and non-comics-corresponding fandom would put a stop to it, but I guess not.

***

American Gods: A Prayer for Mad Sweeney and Come to Jesus
spoilers )

I imagine this show will play better once you can view it all at once, because it is glacially slow in parts, and not particularly emotionally evocative, but beautifully rendered.

***

I posted a story yesterday! Woo, the streak is intact!

You Can't Front on That (on AO3)
Star Wars; Darth Vader, Obi-Wan, Luke; AU; g; 3,960 words
When he hears Kenobi's voice again months after killing him, Vader wonders if perhaps he's begun to go mad.

[personal profile] silveronthetree and I have talked more than once about all the stories where Luke and Vader meet up and have adventures together, or Vader turns from the dark side earlier than in canon, and yet how those stories almost never have Force ghost!Obi-Wan turn up to commentate (or at least harass Vader for his terrible life choices most specifically regarding his children), and how much we wanted that. And we were tossing around the things they would talk about, and so this story happened. I definitely enjoyed writing it, and I'm glad people are enjoying reading it. <3

And now work has interrupted repeatedly, so I'm going to hit post. Sigh.

***
Mood:: 'annoyed' annoyed
Music:: This Girl Is Taking Bets = Thea Gilmore
June 18th, 2017
musesfool: darth vader saying "He said what about his sister? Gross." (he said what about his sister?)
You Can't Front on That
Star Wars; Darth Vader, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Luke; AU; g; 3,960 words
When he hears Kenobi's voice again months after killing him, Vader wonders if perhaps he's begun to go mad.

For [personal profile] silveronthetree. Thanks to [personal profile] snacky. She knows what she did. ;) Title and cut-text from the Beastie Boys.

Or read it on AO3.

You think that you can front when revelation comes? )

~*~

Feedback is always appreciated.

~*~
Music:: So What'cha Want - the Beastie Boys
Mood:: 'hungry' hungry
musesfool: river and kaylee (no power in the 'verse can stop me)
I got the appraisal yesterday - it came in low, which the internet kind of told me to expect, but the mortgage broker says that since I'm putting 50% down instead of 20%, it shouldn't affect her end of things (i.e., the loan). We'll see what the lawyer recommends about the difference. I know I shouldn't say I'm happy to pay the asking price, but I was happy to do so prior to this, so I'm happy to do so now; I don't care about 1. home values in the neighborhood, or 2. resale value down the line, because I pretty much feel like wherever I buy, it's going to be the place I live in until they cart me off to a nursing home. Otoh, if the seller is okay with lowering the asking price to match the appraisal or splitting the difference, I wouldn't mind having an extra $5-10K at the end of the day. So we're supposed to discuss it on Monday after the professionals have all had their chance to talk.

Why can't anything just be easy? It's always something. Sigh.

I caught up on Orphan Black last night. spoilers )

***
Mood:: 'lazy' lazy
Music:: Spotlight Oh Nostalgia - Patrick Stump
lizbee: (Default)
posted by [personal profile] lizbee at 10:05am on 18/06/2017 under
I watched last week's episode at Continuum, while hiding from people in the committee room, and made a terrible discovery: iView streaming quality is much, much better over 4G on an iPad than over the NBN on a new desktop.

Guys.

That was pretty much the highlight of Gatiss's episode, so let's move on to the triumphant return of Rona Munro.

You never hear the spoilers. )
Mood:: 'excited' excited
June 17th, 2017
musesfool: kristen bell (put your lips together and blow)
posted by [personal profile] musesfool at 03:05pm on 17/06/2017 under , ,
Clothes removal = accomplished! Well. At least most of the dresser now only contains clothes I actually wear. Except for the sock drawer. That is a nightmare of single socks I need to get rid of.

Hair cut = accomplished! Woo! And it only took 80 minutes since I didn't have any color done. He was a little judgy, I feel, but I can't help what the last people who did my hair did! Anyway, it looks nice and he blew it out straight and even used the flat iron on it, and meh, the smell of hair being steamed is not pleasant but it's better than the scorching hot blow dryer setting, so I'll take it. Plus it was cheap, since I didn't have any color done. And then of course, I had to walk a whole block and a half in pouring rain to get home, but my hair didn't frizz up, so that's good. (I mean, given the amount of heat used, it shouldn't have, but I am always apprehensive.)

DIY Bug repellent = cooling on the counter! I cut the recipe in half and didn't infuse the oil (also, I subbed mango butter for the coconut oil and used half shea butter and half avocado butter - avocado butter is my new favorite thing I can't even tell you) but just used the Nature's Shield EO blend, which has a bunch of stuff in it but smells like citronella so it's a good thing I like that smell. Now hopefully it will work. (I also have a recipe for anti-itch lotion if this bug repellent doesn't work, but it requires a couple of things I didn't have on hand, so they'll be delivered tomorrow and we'll see how that goes.)

I've also written about 1400 words of the ghost!Obi-Wan trolls Vader story, which is amusing me even though it's not actually funny.

Pretty good for a rainy Saturday.

***
Mood:: 'accomplished' accomplished
Music:: The Way We Get By - Spoon
June 16th, 2017
musesfool: tasty cosmopolitans (we'll laugh and we'll toast to nothing)
Last night, L and I met for drinks after work and she had the frozen watermelon margarita (too much tequila / not enough watermelon flavor for me!) and I had the frosé, which is a frozen rosé slushy - it's really tasty! (we think there must have been something else in it, though - vodka or triple sec maybe? - because two knocked me on my ass and they were not large drinks.) I do love a pink drink, especially an alcoholic one.

Today was supposed to be our employee picnic, but the weather is cool and damp (and lots of rain was predicted but has not yet materialized) so they moved it into the office. On the one hand, it means I don't have spend a day outdoors; on the other, forced work socializing is easier in a park than it is in a conference room. *hands* At least the food will be good.

In other news, I have an appointment to get my hair cut tomorrow by a new (to me) stylist. L's friend KH recommends him quite highly, and he just took care of L's post-chemo hair renaissance (she's now a platinum blonde), so he should be able to cut a few inches off my unmanageable mane. (I won't have to sit through a dye job since I did it myself two weeks ago. whew!) We'll see how it goes. I didn't manage my recent Mother's Day tradition of getting my hair did, so I guess it'll be my Father's Day weekend thing this year instead.

My other big weekend plans are to bag up and get rid of some more books and clothes. Sigh. As I've said before, I keep the pictures of the co-op open in a tab so I can gaze longingly at them during all the stuff I have to do to get moved there. It helps.

***
Music:: Photosynthesis - Frank Turner
Mood:: 'okay' okay
June 15th, 2017
musesfool: Kermit the Frog (can't look clowns will eat me)
Yesterday afternoon at around 3pm, I got a text from the mortgage broker informing me the time had come! The application package had to be sent! So I whipped into a frenzy, ran to the bank, got my certified checks. Hilariously, the teller looked at the balance in the savings account, said, "Are you a priority customer?" and I said, "...no?" so she called her manager over and now I am a priority customer, at least until I write the final check purchasing this apartment and the balance falls below that minimum to more normal levels. It meant I didn't have to pay for the certified checks, though, so go me and go customer service!

Then I came back to my desk and finalized everything, made copies, and put together 4 binders, complete with tabs, table of contents, cover letter and cover page. It was like doing my actual job except more terrifying, because I know my board members by now, and I don't know these people at all, and I need them to like me! But it's done, and I have to stop second-guessing myself. They should be receiving it sometime today via FedEx, and then I just have to hope they review it and like it and call me for the interview in a timely fashion. Eep!

The realtor sent me a list of commonly asked questions and some advice ("Wear a suit, and if choosing between accessorizing with diamonds or pearls, choose pearls for your co-op board interview." !!!) and I of course will review the House Rules document repeatedly prior to the actual interview, but ZOMG. Things are happening! I hope! Keep your fingers crossed!

Then on the way home, when I got to the 83rd Street station, I stepped onto the ginormous escalator and it stopped moving. So I had to climb all the way to the street under my own power. Not pleasant under the best of circumstances, but especially not in yesterday's heat. Sigh. Should I be worried that it was a sign? This morning I almost got mown down by a garbage truck when attempting to cross the street (I had the light! Sometimes I don't, and I admit that, but this time I did!) - again, should I take it as an omen? After all, I'm not superstitious but I'm a little stitious. And if I were texting you, I'd put a wink emoji here, because that is just who I am now.

Meanwhile, every time one of my mosquito bites finally passes the itching stage, I end up with two more. This is not fun. Why do we need mosquitoes anyway? What possible ecological niche can they fill that other bugs can't do just as well? And why do they like me so much and why am I so allergic to their bites? These are the important questions that keep me awake at night while I wait for the itching to stop and exercise every ounce of willpower not to scratch.

I also forgot it was Wednesday, because this week has seemed endless and it's still not over yet. Sigh. So books:

What I've just finished
River of Teeth by Sarah Gailey, which I enjoyed - it does justice to the premise, mostly - but which was too short to really invest in the characters.

What I'm reading now
The Dark Prophecy by Rick Riordan, which is the second Trials of Apollo book, and man, trials is the right word, because I dunno, I am just not digging this series the way I've enjoyed all the others - I am eagerly anticipating more Magnus Chase and I can't wait for more crossovering to happen with Percy et al. and Carter and Sadie Kane - but Apollo is just irritating to me as a narrator and there's not enough Leo.

What I'm reading next
Do I ever know? Though two people on my flist have recently reviewed Joan Aiken's The Five-Minute Marriage, which sounds right up my alley, so maybe that.

***
Music:: Live to Tell - Madonna
Mood:: 'anxious' anxious
June 14th, 2017
musesfool: text icon: somewhere in this building is our talent (somewhere in this building is our talent)
Another successful board meeting put to bed last night. Whew. One day I might actually tell the story of the Great Page Numbering Debacle, but first I think my eyes need to rest from rolling them so much.

Hopefully now I'll be able to have some brain power left for writing, which was totally backburnered these last few weeks, because of work and househunting. There's nothing I can do about the co-op business for now - either the appraisal was good or it wasn't and I won't know that until early next week probably - but work should be slightly less hectic for a couple of weeks anyway, so hopefully I can do more than become one with my sofa every night for a couple of hours before bed. Hopefully I can keep my 1 story a month promise to myself. Hopefully.

So here is the current wip list:
- Thing 1 and Thing 2, which seem like they will be on here forever
- The Etta Candy & Peggy Carter thing
- project make Lucy and Wyatt have sex: number 1, file name: Do It for the Timeline
- project make Lucy and Wyatt have sex: number 2, titled: No Fate But What We Make
- the Vaderkin/lady-Obi-Wan idfic
- Night Five: the Anakin/Ahsoka bedsharing story for [personal profile] silveronthetree
- how strangely my life is curved: the Ahsoka Steve-Rogers-ing her way through the TFA era story
- stop clicking your red heels and wishing for home: a Steve/Bucky story for the Fourth of July
- Drive It Like You Stole It - the Han/Leia pwp
- Talking Points - the Luke and Rey try not to replicate past mistakes story
- Half-Truths and Hyperbole - the Obi-Wan/Satine Regency AU
- Well, Did You Ever? - the Obi-Wan/Satine Thin Man AU
- Someone else to catch this drift - the single-dad Anakin/Ahsoka AU
- the half-thought-out Luke-and-Obi-Wan-centric sequel to "Just a Little Bit of History Repeating"

Good lord, that's a ridiculous number of wsip, especially considering most of them actually do have some words attached (not the last three though; those are just notes to self so I don't forget what I want to do). Surely I can finish something in the next sixteen days?

***
Music:: Post Blue - Placebo
Mood:: 'tired' tired
June 13th, 2017
marinarusalka: (comics: Steve/Tony slash)
posted by [personal profile] marinarusalka at 08:15am on 13/06/2017 under ,
Here's my art entry for this year's cap_ironman Reverse Big Bang. Accompanying story by [personal profile] muccamukk will be posted later today.

Everyone should go read the awesome accompanying story by [personal profile] muccamukk, Captain Rogers and the Iron Man of La Rochelle. It has tall ships and submarines and political intrigue and swashbuckling and is so much fun.

Click on the thumbnails to see the larger images.





June 12th, 2017
musesfool: Wonder Woman (just like a woman)
Last night, it took over FIVE HOURS to ahem American Gods. FIVE HOURS. Wtf is this, 1999? Never have I missed megaupload more than I did last night, since I stayed up to ensure the download finished, because I didn't want to have to go through it all again tonight. Which is now when I'll have to watch it. Sigh.

And then I slept poorly and had anxiety dreams (I was especially worked up about the one where I lost my phone and when I got it back, it had been completely wiped of all information), so I'm kind of brain dead today. Luckily, mostly I have been making copies, and that doesn't require a whole lot of thinking.

My appraisal is happening/has just happened (it was scheduled for noon today, and I don't know how long such things take for one bedroom apartments), so hopefully within a week or two I'll be moving onto the next terrifying step of actually finalizing and sending the purchase application to the co-op board. Eep!

Part of me feels like this has already been a torturous, protracted process, and part of me is kind of surprised at how fast it's moving. *hands*

In case you missed it, the Black Panther teaser trailer. My body is ready! GIVE IT TO ME.

***
Music:: my brothers, i'm all right to drive
Mood:: 'exhausted' exhausted
June 11th, 2017
musesfool: Allison Janney (squee)
posted by [personal profile] musesfool at 06:25pm on 11/06/2017 under , ,
I just got home from an amazing day of fangirl squee with [personal profile] mousapelli, [personal profile] marks, and Amy whose AO3 name I did not write down and therefore cannot remember after 4 glasses of sangria, even though I said I would. oops?

Anyway, we met up at Bubby's for brunch this morning and I had an amazing fried chicken biscuit and iced coffee, and then we went to Starbucks for a couple of hours to shoot the breeze... and got shushed because apparently we were too loud? and that is my usual Starbucks I go to everyday, so hopefully they didn't recognize me? but wtf? it's Starbucks on a Sunday afternoon, not the library, so I don't even know why people didn't appreciate the stories about [personal profile] mousapelli's would-be world-conquering chinchilla. Or there was a whole thing about bears? And tsums? Which was hilarious, but whatever, people! We didn't let it keep us down.

And then we went to Crooked Tree for crepes and sangria (peach mango and then watermelon...which apparently they only serve in half-carafes for some reason so we had to order two) and luckily we were the only people in there so nobody cared about how loudly we laughed and we were very, very loud. And I came home with a container of homemade chocolates and another of homemade rhubarb bars (rhubars, according to [personal profile] mousapelli). (I brought glitter and lip balm, so I at least didn't go in empty-handed.)

It was fantastic. I highly recommend it. Not just the food and the sangria (though I definitely recommend the sangria and also the nutella crepes) but the all-day fangirl extravaganza.

Now I'm going to melt into my couch and relax for what's left of Sunday.

<333

***
Mood:: 'full' full
Music:: A Day in the Life - the Beatles
June 10th, 2017
musesfool: Batman + A BABY driving a BUS (just like driving a really big pinto)
RIP Adam West. Same Bat-time! Same Bat-channel! My brother and I spent many an afternoon watching Batman when we weren't supposed to be watching TV at all.

In other TV news, Orphan Black comes back tonight!

*
Music:: from the lowlands = tom mcrae
Mood:: 'lazy' lazy
netgirl_y2k: (Default)
posted by [personal profile] netgirl_y2k at 06:42pm on 10/06/2017
I had a big, long post about the election planned, except it basically boiled down to: well, that was weird. Good weird, I think. I'm not sure.

I'm glad I got to keep my SNP MP, because she has been A Good Egg. But it turns out that my newfound evangelism for Scottish independence was soft, and based on the presumption of a permanent tory majority in Westminster, because as the night wore on I realised that I honestly wouldn't have cared if the SNP had lost all their seats, so long as they had all broken for labour or the lib dems.

Thirteen tory MPs in Scotland. There goes a perfectly good panda joke. I mean, fuck's sake, hating tories was the one thing we were good at up here. I blame it entirely on Ruth Davidson and her un-tory like ability to act like a real, actual human being. On the other hand the constituencies that went conservative were old school tory seats, so maybe things aren't weird, maybe this is the closest to normal we've been in years?

In conclusion, I have no conclusion... Let's talk about books.

City of Miracles - Robert Jackson Bennet
The Power - Naomi Alderman
Peggy & Me - Miranda Hart
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay - Michael Chabon
Playing Dead: A Journey Through the World of Death Fraud - Elizabeth Greenwood


City of Miracles is the final book in the Divine Cities trilogy, which has been brilliant, is about the aftermath of people killing the gods, and which is not shy of killing off characters that you would have thought had plot armour. This is a satisfying conclusion to the series, in which divine offspring make their appearance; it's maybe the weakest of the three, but that's largely because the first two set such a high bar, which it ju-st fails to clear. But if you've been waiting to read them until the series was concluded then don't walk, run. Highly recommended

The Power just won the Bailey's prize, so if you believe the Bailey's panel, maybe read it, if you believe me, probably don't. In it women develop a vestigial organ that allows them to conduct electricity, and suddenly we're the dominant sex. The thing that never worked for me is... like, while I believe that given a sudden biological advantage women might well be shit to men, what I couldn't buy was that they were immediately shit to men in the style of 1970s misogynists. As straight sci-fi I don't buy it and think it lacks imagination, and as metaphor I think it's too on the nose. The one thing I thought it did really well was of all the rotating povs only one was a dude, a Nigerian journalist, and his incremental fear and realisation that his bodily autonomy wasn't necessarily inviolable was extremely well done.

Memoirs about people's lives with their dogs are one of my guilty pleasures, and Peggy & Me has the benefit of being genuinely hilarious.

The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay has been sitting in a pile of unread books for, oh, years, and I had a hankering for a physical book after a run of ebooks. I assume I'm pretty much the last person in the world to get to this; it's about the golden age of comic books, but it's also about the second world war, and being gay in the 1930s, and families both biological and of choice. I loved it. It's nearly seven hundred pages long, meanders all over the place, and is essentially a boy book about boys, and still I loved it. So there you go.

Playing Dead is about people who've faked their own deaths. Except it's not about that, it's about the author whinging about her boring life, and student loans, and the google 'how do you fake your own death' rabbit hole that she went done. The problems with this book are numerous: 1) the writing is rubbish, 2) it's not a book, it's an eminently skippable internet article, 3) about a fifth of it is about people who believe Michael Jackson is still alive, which appears to have only been included to inflate it to the minimum wordcount for publication, 4) the author's personality really came through in the writing, this was not a good thing.
June 9th, 2017
musesfool: Steve & Thor (valhalla i am coming!)
in the middle of board meeting prep, about which the less said the better, but two things:

1. the weather is finally warming up to proper June temperatures yay!

2. The Chris-ening! Hee! (thanks to [personal profile] twistedchick for the link!)

*
Music:: Like a River - Kasey Chambers
Mood:: 'amused' amused

January

SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
          1
 
2
 
3
 
4
 
5
 
6
 
7
 
8
 
9
 
10
 
11
 
12
 
13
 
14
 
15
 
16
 
17 18
 
19
 
20
 
21
 
22
 
23
 
24
 
25
 
26
 
27
 
28
 
29
 
30
 
31