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you know, cupids and hearts and shit

This morning, the full discomfort of what I have done to myself — this time — is making itself known. I feel as through a glass spike studded with sewing needles as been shoved deep into my rectum and given a few good twists. Thanks for sharing, I know. You're welcome. Anytime. Of course, the possibilty exists that what I'm experiencing right now is not the full discomfort, not the fullest discomfort. Let's not dwell on that.

Yesterday, two glasses of Mari Mayans absinthe did what all my vain attempts at concentration could not. What my determination was entirely unable to do. I wrote an amazing 1,594 words on Chapter Three of Daughter of Hounds. I also managed to salvage, after extensive rewrite, the 152 words from Friday, so the total for the chapter so far stands at 1,716 words. The discrepency is accounted for by the rewrite. Anyway, what came yesterday felt right, and Sadie and Emmie wound up playing Scrabble after all.

Today, I won't be writing anything. Today Spooky and I have plans.

There's some good news for Farscape, and good news for those people who wanted to watch it but didn't have the Sci-Fi Channel or access to the DVDs. Beginning this fall, Farscape will go into syndication on Superstation WGN (Chicago), which reaches some 65 million homes in the US.

Okay. That it's for today. Happy Potentially Most Depressing and Sappy Holiday of the Year Day.


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Feb. 14th, 2005 05:15 pm (UTC)
It may be TMI on your part, but how does one sit down with a piercing like that...and is this why the pain is so bad (you writing a lot yesterday)?
Feb. 14th, 2005 05:50 pm (UTC)
And it only took six years for Skiffy to allow that syndication, at a time when Stargate SG-1 had been running in syndication for years. You ever get the feeling that Bonnie Hammer expected Farscape to be another flop along the lines of Black Scorpion or Sliders, and went into overload to have the show fail when it wasn't about to become another tax writeoff?
Feb. 14th, 2005 09:38 pm (UTC)
Over the years, dear Caitlin, your masterful prose has evoked many an emotion and sensation.

Until now, I don't believe you've ever used this gift to evoke such squirms of physical discomfort.

Or to put it another way ...




What the hell did the Green Faerie talk you into doing to yourself THIS time, to leave you in such a state? Or do we want to know?
Feb. 15th, 2005 12:14 am (UTC)
Just thought you'd like to know that signed copy of Five of Cups # 663 (from the state of Alabama public library)has ended up in the hands of a dedicated fan in upstate NY,thanks to Inter-Library Loan. Figured that may make you smile.
Feb. 15th, 2005 01:07 am (UTC)
The piercing looks beautiful. I wish I were as brave as you.
Feb. 15th, 2005 01:22 am (UTC)
AAAAnnnndddd another huge shudder.
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