||[Jul. 17th, 2006|03:13 pm]
Whole lotta labia.
Sewn: Steve's particolored surcoate (including finished seams but not including finished sleeves), white linen underdress, blue viking dress, big hole in yellow tunic.|
Watched: Documentaries and Episodes 1 through 5 of Supernatural.
New spins I can do on the pole: Three!
Slept: Oh lord not NEARLY enough.
which documentaries, precious?
"The Power of Myth" with the Misters Campbell and Moyers.
"Crusades" with Terry Jones
Don Johanson's fabulously masturbatory "Origins of Man"
and "The Yes Men" which made me laugh right out loud at least twice.
oh, that all sounds really lovely.
yesterday i read the paper, and about a third of the moor's last sigh.
I rewatch the first and third every year while I'm sewing for Pennsic. I have no idea why I just do. It's very calming. The second and fourth were brought to me by ST who was feeding my documentary needs. I wish I could have made the time to read.. I know it's just a decision one way or the other but... I didn't make the decision that way.
In other news.. What with one thing and another I was thinking about you the other day. I was reading The Cinnamon Peeler
and "Elimination Dance"
sometimes has your voice.
i have got war photographer, winter soldier and the fog of war in my netflix queue, the third one I saw about thirty minutes of on the history channel and would very much like to see the rest.
i like Ondaatje very very much, and I'm glad he makes you think of me.
In my future there's a job as the "anchor woman" in a porno set in a news room. Because that's totally my porno news anchor voice. In other news? Wait five minutes and check your email.
i have received, and i am Mulling, like wine, you see.
Yis. I see. There is a stick of cinnamon in your hair even. You're a very dedicated muller.
it's important to me to do things the right way.
Coincidentally, I was reading it because you mentioned Ondaatje and I missed it. It's all a big circle these days.
is it ever not a circle? :)
Only when it goes oddly pear shaped. Cee? Someone asked me what color tablecloths I wanted for the reception and they seriously expected me to have an answer. I so badly wanted to say "What won't show red wine? Because I'm totally going to spill red wine on it during my big dress-up party."
Burgundy, claret, marroooon. They will have something in that range. If that's too red, maybe dark green or blue - washing stains out won't be your problem.