All tomfoolery, all the time.
My upper blob region is going to look so gorgeous tonight. Thanks, Natalie!
@stonefruit Oh shit, BART strike! I was planning on BARTing into San Francisco on Sunday to go to the Rainbow Rowell/David Levithan book event on Sunday, buuuuuut I guess I will either have to brave driving there myself or convince my boyfriend he wants to go with me. (Unless there are other Central Valley Pinners who are going too? It's a long shot.)
@Lily Rowan I've never heard of these either! I'm excited to read new-old MG and YA books, though, because over last weekend I read Anastasia Krupnik for the first time and nearly ascended to heaven from its perfection.
What DO we do down there? It's a good question.
My aunt loaned me a collection of her stories a while ago! A long while ago. Probably last Christmas, at least. I should read it.
@325013498@twitter I'm in development, doing behind-the-scenes stuff, and thinking about doing managerial stuff and/or frontline fundraising makes me want to die a little.
@fabel I will DEFINITELY not be seeing this in theaters because there's no way it won't make me incredibly motion-sick. (I get motion-sick just from shaky-cam and/or watching people play Portal, so there's no way. NO WAY.)
Excellent! I'm so glad it arrived and that you enjoyed it! I really liked both the mixes you sent me--I'm going to be listening to them a lot, I can tell--and the earrings got hella compliments when I wore them on Wednesday. (edit: And I'm not familiar with the HP Lovecraft Historical Society, but I am looking them up in a hot second, that sounds amazing.)
I also received @Thuja's mix the other day and I am going to listen to it right...NOW! I hope other people have been getting their mixes out!
I don't even care, I like listicles.
It's awful to see people making fun of you. My example is relatively mild--I took a ridiculous, unflattering picture of my bedhead one day and put it on Livejournal, and then later saw it on a different Livejournal community devoted to terrible hairstyles--but it does feel terrible when it's all these strangers cheerfully, thoughtlessly judging you to little tiny pieces. I admire Caitlin for writing about this thoughtfully and well.