Dude, Where's My Muse?
Wednesday, December 30, 2009
I even remember my first one. I'd been doing the summer reading game at the local library and won. The librarian told me to go behind the desk and go through this big box of books and most of them were all Babysitter's Club Special Editions. I had a huge sinking feeling if I took one, I'd be hooked. I was totally right. After that, I was clearing off the bookshelves at the bookstore whenever I had the money. :o)
Can't wait to see the reissues and the prequel. Now if only Sleepover Friends would come back out, all my childhood reading would be revisted. :o)
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
If you're wondering what I'm talking about, its when Sheldon decides to get revenge on his co-worker by putting something above the ceiling tiles that will drop down on him when least expected. It should go perfectly to plan. But things go bad when the co-worker walks into his lab with the head honchos where they work. Bad enough right? But things go extremely bad when the stuff falls, and the video plays where Sheldon identifies himself as behind the whole thing, with thanks to his two friends, while Sheldon & co watch helplessly on webcam. Too funny and a really great example. Funny sometimes how things click better when you see them, then when you try to figure it out yourself.
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
But anyways, if you're looking for a fun, informative workshop to take in 2010 check out D.D Scott's Muse Therapy. I've learned a few new things I'm looking forward to putting in practice next year.
Other than that, the Christmas tree is up and looking rather Christmassy. And yet, not totally in the holiday mood. Not sure why, just not.
Friday, December 11, 2009
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Tuesday, December 08, 2009
And snowy. Last Friday's storm brought a lot of the white stuff which has completely blanketed everything, which is festive this time of year, but it could have held off a little longer and not brought the Arctic chill with it. I'm hoping by this time next week its warmed up a little. -25C is not what I call a thrill a minute weather. When its a miserable 30 second walk to check the mail, its not a good thing.
Been keeping busy taking three workshops this month, which I'm really enjoying. One's a little drier than I expected, so it takes a couple readings of every lecture to really get it to sink in and figure out what I'm supposed to be learning. The muse one is really interesting and fun, so its usually the first one I hit in the day with the emails. Might as well be happy and amused before I stare blankly at a pdf lecture :o)
Did most of my Christmas cards on the weekend. I think I have a couple left, mostly my great-aunts and uncles to write up, do the letter. Hopefully the other ones will be in the mail tomorrow or Thursday, since all my friends seem to be in the US :o) Get to stand in line for the special US stamps lol