Today, there ain't a single sock in Nifville, and that's a goddamned fact. So I'm wearing flip flops. That's right: flip flops, despite the weather's stubborn insistence on being all chilly-like.
I think of it as my own personal revolution. My sockless revolution. Whatever.
Also, hi. *waves* I do still exist.
And I've missed the birthday of an incomparable lady, one I've had the pleasure to meet in person, and have admired for a long, long time. Happy (very) belated birthday rivkat!
Now, I know my absence must have fallen over all of you like a dark cloud on a sunny day -- filling you with dread, foreboding, and perhaps stark terror. But fear not, my brethren! For I shall return to you...sometime soonish. My computer is being repaired. I should have it back at some point. You know. In the next three weeks .
I'm fine with that amount of time. Really. I mean, I'm not shaking/sweating or anything at all. This is good, right?
Oh! And it's official: I'm a slut for dvds. (Also, I should have that on a shirt, because if anyone deserves it it's me -- I walk anywhere near a packaged dvd set and I'll end up walking away, poorer.)
I. Uhm. May have *accidentally* purchased the Firefly dvds. I also may have *accidentally* watched all of it. And *accidentally* felt like Jayne was the best thing ever (I...can't really say why. I just heart him.) and like Simon was canonically queer and totally doing it with both Mal and River in this totally repressed and tormented kind of way and you know, I feel dirty for having written that.I didn't mean it in any kind of threesomey way -- just, you know. He's in bed at night, River slips in next to him and is crazy in her way of being all "I can do it and so I should" and Simon is Simon and then later he and Mal have the hot sweaty/weirdly angry mansex...you know. It's possible I've thought about this too much. PS: Inara and Kaylee are also totally doing it. *makes self stop*
On the other hand, I purposefully purchased the first two Lucifer comics and wow, I do so love it. Lovely art (though I think my favorite is the watercolor in the begining of "Devil in the Gateway"), and somehow Lucifer reminds of Brian Kinney without all that compassion and with a smidge more charm.
Also: *gives everybody a big ol' hug*. I miss you guys.