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I will hold you anyway, and you'll grow strong and leave one day.

(via pnh) I am not well-traveled:

Got at b3co.com!

Progress notes for 13 August 2006:

By the Mountain Bound

Pages revised:  28
Total pages:  414
Cuts and additions: Well, it was 418 pages when I started, and everything I cut was redundancies and scaffolding. And I've added about a page of new stuff.
Reason for stopping: Have to go back over this damned chapter again.

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28 / 414

Stimulants:  peach tea
Exercise: hiked around UConn with stillnotbored today
Mammalian assistance: Mebd has abandoned me for my houseguest.
Mail: nomail

Today's words Word don't know: choosers, silkening, chooser, venomed, lovestruck,

Mean Things: forbidden love, doomed love, unrequited love, unacknowledged love, tainted love, and an attempted rape.
Tyop du jour: when the stun rises
Darling du jour:  To say he was hatchet-faced would be a kindness.
Jury-rigging: It's all jury-rigging. I added a transition that will hopefully make the (vitally important to the plot) opening seem less arbitrary, and now I'm trying to get Strifbjorn to step up and develop a goddamned voice, please. Bad angel, no biscuit.

Books in progress: Hal Duncan, Vellum
The internet is full of things: Creeptastic. May be triggery. But cool. (via anghara)


hiked around UConn with stillnotbored today
Please say "Hi" for me.
Writing is lonely work - but you're not alone while you write
The internet is full of things: Creeptastic. May be triggery. But cool

Granted, they're just living out their life-cycle, but my monkey brain is screeching flamethrower!!
remember the tent caterpillar outbreak when we were in grammar school? Admittedly, nothing like THAT.
I think your monkey brain is 100% right, here.

I'm all for peace on earth and good tall women, but I gt to have a place in the ecosystem, too, and looking at this I become convinved my place is firmly "tent caterpillar predator," though admittedly not for sustenance.


"The internet is full of things: Creeptastic. May be triggery. But cool."

Where're the Colonial Marines when you need them?

My jaw hit the floor when I saw the tented-over bike.
Eeek! Webworms! (That's what I grew up calling them. I guess it's actually supposed to be "tent caterpillars.")
Wow, that's one hell of an infestation. I wonder how long it took them to completely cover those bikes? And those caterpillar strings are just the most creepy things I've seen in a long time.