TRUE BLOOD!!!!! *flails and dies*
OMG.... when the doctor was going to aspirate Jason... it was ME curling up into a ball, ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
OW. OW. OW.
I cannot BELIEVE how great this show is! Ohh and Bill Compton is ONE. SEXY. VAMPIRE.
I thought I'd read about this in like... <lj-user'"timcharmorbien"'s> journal but I looked back and didn't see it, so I'm squeeeing over it here.
It's the Sookie Stackhouse books come to life!!!!!
It was so funny... Mikey says, over breakfast today, that he's watching <i>True Blood</i>, a really neat vampire show on HBO. As he's describing it to me, I start to think, "wait... this sounds very familiar....." and when I ask him the heroine's name and he says "Sookie" I just went kdjfka;ldfjkl;ajkfl;jakl;fjkadfjljk;
He says it's very sexy and very good! I know I have loved ALL the books, and I can't WAIT to see it come to life!
Sunday nights on HBO folks, whoooot!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO SHE-WHO-MUST-BE-OBEYED, THE ONE... THE ONLY, THE FABULOUS BISCUIT-MISTRESS HERSELF...... ANOTHERANON!!!!!!!!!!!! WHOSE CULINARY AND SEAMSTRESS SKILLS ARE WITHOUT PARALLEL IN THIS UNIVERSE OR ANY OTHER!!!!!
And I should know... I've WORN the Farscape coat... AND eaten of her glorious biscuits!!!!
He watched... no, shared... something with me that didn't interest him at all.. watched it with me solely because I was interested in it. And that was good enough for him.
It may not seem like much to some of y'all out there, but I thought his gesture was really beautiful..... he sat and watched and commented, and I was so happy, because I've been dying for someone to share my ridiculous fangirl squeeeing with... now, he may not have *gotten* what I was into... but he put up with me, LOL and that is really neat.
I love him for that!!!
Mikey's mom, my friend Lori and I were at a local restaurant for lunch. When we went to leave, we were informed that the family at the table across from us (they had left a short time earlier) had paid the bills for all three of us.
The waitress said the man told her not to tell us anything till they'd gone, and that they said, "Merry Christmas."
That was more precious than any gift bought in a store; what a beautiful gesture!
Pass it on, folks... do something nice for someone you don't know. Be kind to those around you without any expectation of recognition or pay back. There is far too much hate, disrespect, and lack of compassion in this world. And I refuse to let it deaden me to the people I share this life with.
It will all come back to you. I had done this for someone in line at McDonalds about a month ago - paid for their meal. I told the girl at the window to tell them to just... pass it on.
And today, it was.
Incoherency on a Sunday Afternoon...!
Okay. If I can't have Aoi, Ruki, Reita, Uruha or Kai's babies... then I'll have Trent Reznor's. I drool over him in the "Closer" era, but that was his heroin-addiction period, and that's not good... so I'll take the beefier, much-cleaner Trent of "Year Zero."
*sigh* I'm such a fangirl. NIN rules.
Oh... and SixxAM... "The Heroin Diaries" ....yeah. Just... yeah.
The 2006-2007 Decomposition Beauty Final Tour: Meaningless Art That People Showed
The Gazette. OMFG. "Filth in the Beauty." I want to have Aoi's babies. Now. And Ruki's, Reita's, Kai's, and Uruha's as well.
Any other Gazette freaks out there?
*flails and swoons*
The kewlest thing is that this DVD is going for almost $50 on Amazon and I nicked it for $6.99 on Ebay. Muwhahahahahahaaaaa!
And more yet...
I forgot to add to the list the friend of ours from church who was killed in September by a hit and run driver. They never did catch the person as far as I know. She was left for dead where she fell. Her husband found her when he came home.
Then tonight, at church, an announcement was made that another dear friend (we had been visiting him on and off for the past 3 years) had died.
Okay. This is way beyond anything that could ever make sense, now.
Okay. This is getting to be a little too much to handle.
I know some of you are aware of how bad the summer/fall was with my mom dying... and then it continued at work, but I sat here this morning at home, with yet ANOTHER piece of bad news.
This has been my summer:
July 14 - mom dies
One week later - sister-in-law's mother dies (I was close to her as well, for over 25 years)
October 10 - my dear friend and coworker (I have supervised her for 10 years), from leaving work on Wednesday, to Thursday, suffered 31 strokes, three of them massive, from undiagnosed, untreated hypertension. She was just moved from the hospital yesterday to a nursing home where she will probably spend the rest of her life. She is paralyzed on the right side, can't talk, can barely feed herself, and only is cognizant about half of the time. We were all shattered at work when this happened, because we are practically family there. It is an incredible group of people to work with.
Okay... and remember, all of this is happening in my department....
Two weeks ago, another coworker had her brother die.
This week, yet another coworker had his father die.
Yesterday, my supervisor's mother died.
This morning, I received an email from our Chief Financial Officer that yet another coworker, a lovely woman, had been diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer.
Isn't this enough? I mean.... really.
I'm just numb.
Many, many thanks to anotheranon, who always keeps me updated on all things astronomical.
If not for her, I would have missed it. Comet Holmes, bright and fuzzy and the size of a pencil eraser in binoculars, sitting at rest in the limb of Perseus this morning. Completely awe-inspiring on a cold, crisp pre-dawn October morning.
Just looking at it has brought a simple, calm peace to my soul.
Thanks, partner ~ always looking out for me!