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Sun, Dec. 20th, 2009, 04:30 pm
Decent root beer. That's something nice. I should get some. You should get some.

Sorry about the silence. Come to think of it, I take that back, I really doubt anybody even noticed, and if they did I doubt it provoked anything so it's all good. Anyway, the reason why is because my hands, well, mostly just my dominant hand, is kinda sore from all the drawing I did over the week. I went from 1-2 hours a day average to like 10ish hours a day until Friday night. Although it's cool to know I can do things like that now, it uh has a price tag on it. I don't want to end up like a friend of mine who has these special weights, and this special exercise routine, yeah, don't want to end up like that. So I've been on light duty, just mild doodling until tomorrow. Again, not that anybody-- wait, this is my Livejournal, and this is the kind of crap we keep it for so YOU KNOW WHAT.

That's right more banality. Hey, why didn't anybody mention that Ursala V had a webcomic? I would have been reading it the whole time. Pfft. Oh well, better late than never. It's kind of fun to just read through the archives anyhow. Well, it would be if it weren't an exercise of patience on dial-up.

So is today the solstice? Or tomorrow? Nice to know we're re-entering the light. Of course, it's just the beginning of the winter for us up here. At least we're not stuck in a huge wet blizzard anymore.

Mon, Dec. 21st, 2009 09:49 pm (UTC)

Beegirls are hot, aren't they?

Actually, you were on to something about how long we're willing to drive up here. Everything is spread out, so we get used to long (as in six-hour) drives. On the East Coast, people say an hour is a long drive. I'm surrounded by people who do the same to get to work every day, and it's something I'm willing to do in order to even get work.

Granted all that, you can see why I was willing to shed the car and live off of public transport in Boston, right? I'm sick of the automotive world. We're slaves to these stupid machines.