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Yesterday I did 1,252 words on the new vignette which, as of this writing, is still named "Exuvium."

The weather here in Providence has been grey and chilly and on-and-off rainy for days now. Or so it seems. I can't recall the last time I saw the sun. Then again, I've not left the House since Tuesday. Which really isn't that long, not for me. But the sun would be nice, shining in my office window.

The sea would be nice.

Please consider observing "Black Friday" by bidding on the current eBay auctions, which include a copy of the lettered edition of my long-out-of-print first novel (though it was published after my second and third novels, just before my fourth). Also, check out the Cephalopodmas ornaments in Spooky's Etsy shop, Dreaming Squid Dollworks.

Last night, we had trouble deciding whether to watch Wes Anderson's The Darjeeleng Limited (2007) again, or, instead, watch Jim Jarmusch's The Limits of Control (2009). The Darjeeleng Limited won out, as we were both in need of a comfort film. Later in the night, we played WoW, our new undead characters, and met up inworld with scarletboi and memkhet.

No sun yet. It's not the sort of thing that comes when you call.

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chris_walsh
Nov. 27th, 2009 04:37 pm (UTC)
The Darjeeling Limited won out, as we were both in need of a comfort film.

Plus the bonus of implied Natalie Portman sex in that opening short.

No sun yet. It's not the sort of thing that comes when you call.

I've needed sun, too. Getting some today finally; it's been generally drizzly-to-rainy (thank goodness not monsoon-y) in Portland. Life's been unsettled lately (heck, the past few f'ing months), and I think I'm letting the weather affect me more than usual. So I'll make sure to get what sun I can. And relax.

P.S. Thanks for "The Adventures of Li'l Cthulhu."
greygirlbeast
Nov. 27th, 2009 04:40 pm (UTC)

Plus the bonus of implied Natalie Portman sex in that opening short.

Indeed.


P.S. Thanks for "The Adventures of Li'l Cthulhu."


You are most welcome.
chrislatray
Nov. 27th, 2009 04:43 pm (UTC)
Leave the house this weekend if only to trot down to the theater and see Wes Anderson's latest Fantastic Mr. Fox! My wife and I both loved that movie.
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