February 18th, 2005


Today ...

... has been one of those days that should be erased from time. Nothing major (major would be okay ... you cope with it, it's over with) ... just 85 bazillion LITTLE interruptions, which is far FAR worse; I can handle a certain number of interruptions without losing my focus, but there is a saturation point at which I become unable to concentrate on anything for the rest of the day.

And then, in the afternoon, a little ray of sunshine when the copy of Liberty Meadows, v. 3 that I'd ordered was delivered to my desk. Something to live through the rest of the day for!!! (Yes, THAT's the kind of day it's been, and remember, to put it in perspective, that I LOVE my work) Resisted even the tiniest of peeks until now ... I'm gonna change into comfy clothes, get something to drink, put some good music on the stereo, curl up on the couch and enjoy some major league silliness ... if I'm lucky, this one might have "Ace" Frank and the Killer Pokemon in it! :-))))))))))))))))))
The Librarian

Silliness from tommdroid

She may be treacherous (although I doubt it ... more likely that she's a deep undercover triple agent for the Valar), but she still knows how to brighten up a girl's day! :-))))

Lord of the Rings Adventure by tostitos_way
Your weapon
Think you'll destroy the Ring in the end?
You start fromRivendell
Eye Candy Elfanotheranon
Ambiguously Gay Best Friendshemhazai
Mysterious Strangermjpg
The Comic Reliefsemmie17
Your Treacherous Guidetommdroid
Chances you'll succeed: 95%
Do you destroy the Ring?No
The Fate of Middle-EarthIt gets devoured by The Nothing
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Copycat-alogued from semmie17

Book gak

ETA: (gakked from lauramcewan)

1. Grab the nearest book.
2. Open the book to page 123.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the text of the sentence in your journal along with these instructions.
5. Don't search around and look for the "coolest" book you can find. Do what's actually next to you.

"She had no interest in household management; if she noticed something amiss her solution was to spare no expense in putting it right."

From Aristocrats, by Stella Tillyard

(Honest-to-goodness from the top of the to-read pile on the desk ... I didn't even have to extend my arm to get it)

P.S. The first part sounds like me ... pity I can't afford to behave like the rest of the sentence. :p