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can't sleep books will eat me

across the icy world, the polar bears. it's mostly uphill.

Sometimes, I like to put my whole music collection on shuffle and let it surprise me. Often, it gives me songs I had forgotten I love.

So today there was gym (yoga and running) and then a massage, and then sushi, and then I was going to come home and finish reading Cindy Pon's Silver Phoenix (the book God does not want me to finish, apparently) and write my column for the GSHW (due today) but I walked into a personal-emergency style deadline crisis (not my personal emergency), so I helped with that and then wrote my column, with the help of a pot of coffee and a third of a bottle of a pretty decent Australian Shiraz ("Layer Cake," FWIW), and now, now, I get to read Ms. Pon's book.

Until I fall over.

Ahh, the glamour. On the other hand, I love it when I can be SuperCompetentLass and Save The Day. It's a good feeling, it is.

I told truepenny she could play with the wolfses for a while, though. I'm taking tomorrow off. Which probably means answering email, but what are you gonna do? *g*

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Sometimes, I like to put my whole music collection on shuffle and let it surprise me. Often, it gives me songs I had forgotten I love.

I recently submitted and picked up a mp3/video player. Nothing like 40gb+ of music on shuffle. Although I'll admit it's a bit of a brain shift to go from Jordi Savall to Static X to Micheal Buble.


Do you wear blue underwear with "SCL" on the front under your clothes?
UNDER my clothes?
If you're a red drinker, try Penfolds Bin 389. A muscular, deep and worthy vintage, full of character and layer. One of my all-time favourites.
Thank you! I should warn you, anything fancy is probably wasted on me. My developed palate leans towards stouts, ales, and whisk(e)ys. With regard to wine, I'm a heathen. I like the Aussie shirazes because they are big and round and fruit-flavored and not too sticky sweet, and that's about as complicated as it gets. *g*

suricattus, though. She has the wine sense.
I like Australian Shiraz because that's what I got raised on. The slight hint of pepper (which you can taste in the grapes as well as the wine) is omnomnom. IMO. :D
Yes. Delicious.