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PostPosted: Fri May 08, 2015 10:20 pm 
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I received news I passed my very last exam of graduate school. As a result, I will be receiving my Master of Arts in Rhetoric and Writing Studies next week.

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I will be meeting my Tex pea any moment now! Yayyyyyy for fantastic friendships and cosmic pods! :D so excited :D

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I spent an awesome 2 weeks with my Brit Pea! I saw Tower Bridge and crossed London Bridge; I saw Big Ben, St. Paul's Cathedral, Canterbury Cathedral, Buckingham Palace, and so many other amazing buildings I lost count. We visited Dover Castle, Leeds Castle, Walmer Castle and Gardens, the White Cliffs of Dover, and Stonehenge. I ate Cornish pasties, beans on toast, jaffa cakes, Welsh cakes, Wensleydale, and many more British treats. We had marathons of Buffy and My Family, and she introduced me to Peep Show while I introduced her to The Sarah Jane Adventures and Once Upon a Time. There were many many cuddles and lots of laughter.

I also got to visit another friend in Budapest for 3 days, which was similarly amazing. We visited a castle and the most beautiful library in the whole universe, plus saw the gorgeous Parliament and many other wonderful buildings, and I discovered the most delicious cheese in existence.

This trip was basically everything I needed after the awful year and a half that was Nursing School.

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This time next week he will be on his way down to see me Eeee I hope it will go well :-D I also got miss took for a college student today yippie!

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Getting things that matter to me done before my travels. I did say 2015 biggest year of my life.

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My boyfriend. He is so kind and caring. Yesterday for no reason he brought me a pair of the prettiest earrings. Can't wait to be with him again :)

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Had a really wonderful, affirming moment at work the other day. One of my bosses told me she was changing her one year old and they were talking about body parts and she stopped herself from saying "girls have vaginas" cause she thought of me. I felt so very proud. Being nonbinary doesn't come up often, especially at work, but I helped change the way she talks to her kid, the way she thinks about what it means to be male or female - or other. And I just... wow. I helped do that!

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While I was at the supermarket today, their 'in-store radio channel' - normally the domain of songs that got lots of radio play sometime in 2005 because somebody at the record company paid for it, but nobody bought the album anyway - played Magic Dance from Labyrinth. I had my iPod going when I walked in and initially just caught part of it, and for a moment had the sinking feeling that somebody had done a cover of it (because that's exactly what would end up on Coles Radio) but no, it was the proper David Bowie one, with the goblin voices and everything. Made my day.

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That does indeed ROCK!

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Speaking of new toys, look at my pretties. I've been waiting for a long time for a dedicated NAS instead of the one cobbled together from a Mac Mni and a bunch of old drives.

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Shucked the HDDs from their WD cases ($90 for 4TB. what!?). Got a deal on the box. All together? Less than US$ 625. Fkn Insane!


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Today I bowled a 476 series with a high game of 186!!! It was VERY EXCITING! Too bad it wasn't during league competition but was still a pretty big deal for me. Especially since 6 months ago I was struggling just to break 150 and today I was so close to a 200 game! It was also a red letter day because I beat my wife in 2 out of 3 games and took the series. It was the first time in our 25+ years together that I beat her in a three-game set. She's really good and super consistent and totally adorable when she bowls, which is probably why I never beat her before...because I was too busy staring at her ass, LOL. :fallen

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Finey_McFine wrote:
Today I bowled a 476 series with a high game of 186!!! It was VERY EXCITING! Too bad it wasn't during league competition but was still a pretty big deal for me. Especially since 6 months ago I was struggling just to break 150 and today I was so close to a 200 game! It was also a red letter day because I beat my wife in 2 out of 3 games and took the series. It was the first time in our 25+ years together that I beat her in a three-game set. She's really good and super consistent and totally adorable when she bowls, which is probably why I never beat her before...because I was too busy staring at her ass, LOL. :fallen


That's like 10 levels deep of gay.

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Laragh wrote:
That's like 10 levels deep of gay.


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Wait until we start golfing and hanging out at the Dinah.....

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im in a ldr and i'll be going to summer camp with my partner in 4 days!! :banana :pride

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Sooo . . . Scottish Anglicans just voted to allow gay marriages in their church.


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Welcome to the club :D

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Congrats on the new tiny human in your life!

I'm with Laragh; we tell our kids that blood just isn't that important in our family. Now, get with the spoiling!

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Congratulations on being an Auntie!

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This'll seem a bit of an odd place for today's random history/science/someone's birthday/whatever fact, but it'll make sense, go with me. So, on this day back in 1842 in Jalalabad, where British forces were holding out in the midst of Afghanistan in general deciding they were a bit tired of cricket and top hats and being told how to pronounce scone, Dr. William Brydon rode into town, the sole survivor of the Kabul garrison, who had retreated from the city and been wiped out (barring the occasional prisoner). While Brydon probably felt reaching safety rocked for him personally (not that one imagines he'd look back fondly on the whole episode in any case), the reason I'm making a note of it is that the First Anglo-Afghan War would serve as the backdrop for the first Flashman novel, in which Harry Flashman, history's greatest cad, lecher, bully, coward, and memorialist (at least he was good at something worthwhile), also survived the doomed army's march (I won't spoil it in case you want to read the novel, which you should, but let's just say he didn't do it by standing firm in the face of danger), was hailed (accidentally) as a hero, and thus kicked off a career of fleeing for dear life through much of Victorian history wishing he were anywhere else. And besides being endlessly entertaining reads - I'm still always idly reading one of other of them pretty much all the time, along with whatever else is around - Flashman's author George MacDonald Fraser, despite some personal quirks (he was an ardent opponent of EU membership for the UK, and the metric system), was a magnificent storyteller, and contributed enormously to how I try to write stories myself. And as above, they're very heavily researched, and much of what happens apart from Flashy himself is real, and you find yourself learning a lot from the stories, and then even more as you go read up on the real history of the people and events. Flashman, most certainly, rocks.

(Not as a person, though, he's awful.)

(Fraser also did the screenplay for Octopussy, among other filmwriting credits - the one with Maud Adams leading an army of female circus acrobat commandos.)

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