Azure Jane Lunatic (azurelunatic) wrote,
Azure Jane Lunatic

Daily randomness of Miss Lunatic

  • 05:21 Tonight I named the school at which Mary teaches. I was put on the spot, and frantically declared "Wayside!" :D *highfive Andrea* #
  • 07:27 @afuna drat that pesky long hair! (I have reasonably long hair, and I shed. This does not make win.) #
  • 07:37 Answering old comments is one of the items on my to-do list. Really. And since old comments are in themselves sometimes to-do items... heh. #
  • 07:39 That apricot cordial still has me drunker than a drunk thing, and I've had only half the tiny cordial glass, and mostly not within the hour. #
  • 07:39 @afuna what kind of advantages? Like getting it played with by friends? That is a good one. Also awesome hairstyles. #
  • 07:40 @idonotlikepeas It's worse if it's a shared keyboard. #
  • 08:13 Have updated with video. #
  • 09:01 LJ-commenting stuff is actually a reasonable to-do for me. I leave the notif in gmail until I either do it or put it in hiveminder. #
  • 09:04 @afuna Hiveminder lets me put tasks on repeat. Which is a good thing for ones like vacuuming. Better than other things that stack up tasks. #
  • 09:15 Dear stupid spammer, don't use someone else's physical address as your opt-out address. I KNOW WHERE I WORK. No love, bitch reporting you. #
  • 10:38 @coffeechica will probably be awake in 6-8 hours here #
  • 10:42 This poem is pulling teeth. Been working on it for days. Still don't have much. Still don't even have one consistent line. Bedtime though. #
  • 18:18 Humans are stupid. #
  • 18:21 @coffeechica Am awake. (did not know I could have nightmares about DNS, but there you go.) #
  • 19:40 @coffeechica Ack, packing! I used to make lists upon lists upon lists for packing, weeks ahead of time. Now, no such thing. #
  • 19:52 @museumfreak It totally does! I put in household task set to repeat however often, adjust as needed, won't stack up unless I tell it to. #
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