ceitfianna: (gaze to tomorrow)
I work midnight shifts during the summer and during the school year, they're not my favorites but they're part of what I do. Now Ann Arbor is a fairly safe place and I can never decide which walk I like better; the cold one where there's no one around and it feels terribly empty or the warmer walks where the town feels more alive. Both of these have benefits and drawbacks, the empty makes me feel a little safer but oh its cold and the warmer has more people and I get aware. Today nearing one of the emptier streets, a man ended up walking behind me, I let him pass me and asked if he needed anything just to be safe. He'd been getting a cigarette lighted when I passed the corner and seemed to notice me. He said no and then asked me if I was fearful which while the phrasing made me go huh, I said yes and then tried to move on as he went oh don't worry about me, sweet and what's your name. Gah, I get that he thought he was being helpful and going I'm fine, but seriously my safety comes first and once I know you're not going to do anything I move on. Me being polite doesn't mean me being friendly just that I want to get home. I wasn't even that nervous just being safe. I've had nights where I felt nervous and walked a little faster, this was just me checking things. End of grumble.

Now [personal profile] sardonicynic just posted an online version of a Lothari square which it took me a moment to realize where I knew about it from which was a place called Longacre Farm and later Longacre Leadership. This was a summer program I attended for five years from when I was twelve to seventeen. It was started as a sort of hippie experiment, a working farm where kids came and worked and learned about community. It also had another branch that did trips like Habitat for Humanity. By the time I attended it had been going on for almost twenty years and was still changing and getting more of a focus on community service. Longacre was amazing, in some ways it was a traditional sleep away camp, platform tents, five to seven weeks, counselors, horses, fun activities but in other ways not so much. It was in the middle of rural central Pennsylvania, north of Harrisburg, beautiful farm country. Some of my favorite fourth of July's happened there at these tiny carnivals and fireworks shows full of wonderful people who welcomed this strange sort of camp.

There was no staff to do clean up or anything like instead we as campers were in work crews to care for the animals, cook for everyone, clean the toilets, everything and in my fifth year I helped a counselor/Big Kid lead one of these crews. Four nights a week we had group where we became a community and grew as people. The basis of most of the exercises was the Lothari square-how do you see yourself and how do others see you and how do you bridge those gaps. Longacre taught me how to hear hard feedback about myself, the importance I statements and the dangers of should. Its also where I learned I was a storyteller when I told stories to a local day camp, helped with dramatics in a barn, learned to drive a tractor and how to lead a group of five people. So much of who I am came from Longacre and defines how I interact with the world. Now after this long ramble to go and do the square.

Here's my online one and I'd love to see what everyone chooses.
ceitfianna: (Hiding Cat)
I just had one of the worst work shifts I've had in a while. Today started off good as I woke up early to do an extra shift so I can have break and then my afternoon shift wasn't too bad.

The trouble started during my last shift of the day when a conversation started that set my creep meter off but they hadn't done anything yet. Also it was clear English wasn't their first language so I kept trying to help until suddenly I was being asked if I was on Skype and they were saying their library doesn't have interlibrary loan. What makes it so awful was how they were still asking valid questions just mixing it in with trying to find out about me and I kept going Librarian!

I'm still a mess of twisted up nerves from how this person made me feel. Yes, I am a real person who is answering questions but that's where it stops. I'm not there to be hit on or picked up simply because I happen to be a woman. I sent my supervisor the transcript as it's something I can do.

Now as I am in serious need of distraction, have meme that's been posted by [livejournal.com profile] austen and [livejournal.com profile] agonistes. (Original formatting yoinked from [livejournal.com profile] bzzinglikeneon because it is of the pretty.) Though I kind of messed up the coding.

Pick any question or two and I'll answer it.

01. My sexual orientation.
02. What I'm really bad at.
03. The one person whose arms I'd like to be in.
04. My best first date.
05. A description of my self-esteem.
06. Who my best friends are.
07. My favorite book.
08. Biggest turn-offs.
09. A description of my best friend.
10. My favorite animal.
11. Someone I miss.
12. The reason behind my last break-up.
13. What I did yesterday.
14. My greatest achievements.
15. My favorite songs right now.
16. A description of my last kiss.
17. What I find attractive.
18. All of the pets I've ever owned.
19. My favorite ice cream flavor.
20. The one place I wish I was right now.
21. The most cruel thing anyone has ever said to me.
22. All of the places I've lived.
23. Qualities that make me more likely to love a person.
24. My future plans.
25. One of my internal conflicts.
26. What I'm doing tomorrow.
27. My life's aspirations.
28. My most embarrassing moment.
29. Two of my insecurities.
30. What I would do if I won the lottery.
31. What I love most about myself.
32. My biggest pet peeves.
33. What musical artists I've seen live.
34. How many kids I would like to have.
35. My idea of a perfect date.
36. What I'm really excellent at.
37. My most traumatic experience.
38. Where I would like to live.
39. The nicest thing anyone's ever said to me.
40. Whether I like where I live now.
41. What I can hear right now.
42. My relationship with my siblings.
43. What's currently worrying me the most.
44. Something I've repeatedly wished for.
45. My relationship with my parents.
46. What I dislike most about myself.

I'm not sure how I feel about how appropriate the music's being for my mood.
ceitfianna: (Maeve)
I found the mall in Ann Arbor and I'm not a fan of it. There are some good stores and I almost bought a Gryffindor tie at Hot Topic and some Lands End jeans at Sears but didn't. I ended up buying a late lunch at Chipotle and a cinnabon and having a great desire to cry. I've never liked shopping for clothes but its got worse lately. I'm not happy with how my body is and keep having awful self doubt about everything that it sneaks in and makes me want to curl up and hide from the world. I know that this won't last long and that I can do amazing things as I have done them before, but today's hard.

Also I had the fun of getting lost going out of the mall, as happens so often in Ann Arbor, I turned the wrong way and had to search for someplace to turn around. Normally I'd enjoy this more but it was rush hour so it ended up being stressful.

Oh and my good friend who's looking for the same sort of job has two interviews. I wish her well but that just scares me more and then I feel terribly guilty for feeling less than her and all those things. I hate self-doubt.

Thus you get two memes from me, another round of answers to questions and a fic prompt.

The prompt's a variation on what's on [livejournal.com profile] sardonicynic's journal.
Give me a fandom, character, pairing from any fandom you know I follow as always ask and I'll try then give me a prompt, a word, a kink, a line of something and I'll write at least 100 words for you.

-Comment on this entry asking for questions
-Post your answers and this meme
-Rinse and repeat for fun and profit

This round the questions are from [livejournal.com profile] one_more_cherry
Tell me about who you play. )
ceitfianna: (stop this nonsense)
Today went far too long and its going to take me a while to recover. It was full of good and bad but the tiring parts outweighed the good ones. Class ended around four o'clock and I was aware of every minute of it, I like this class but its not terribly organized so sometimes it drags. Parts went fast but not all of them and I didn't get much to eat beforehand and never felt quite awake. The good part was I got back a paper I did about the Lewes library and I got an A on it which made me happy.

Then the next dragging part was group work for this presentation thing about an article, these presentations are so much more laid back than what I'm used to at SI. Basically we have an international article and just need to get the info across. The first group did a game show thing and my group thought, oh that will make it more interesting. So after grabbing a highly disappointing sandwich at Jimmy John's, I hate their food, its like they give you the utter minimum and the bread always seems stale, we went to work. We headed to the computers in the bottom of the social work building and the seats were odd. It took forever as the woman in the group who's made herself the organizer found a powerpoint that's Who Wants to be a Millionaire where you fill in the questions and it took ages. My thought was keep questions simple and open for discussion, easier on us and much more interactive, but she wanted to play with this powerpoint thing. I mean it looks really cool with all the animation but its not going to make the presentation that much more interactive. Nope, we created fifteen interesting but slightly mind numbing questions about fundraising in Japan.

At least while we were there, I emailed the guy from the book festival about going for coffee, which I think is also making me tense. Finally we finished and the humidity went up a lot and I felt sore and awful, that part hasn't passed, but tomorrow I have off and there will be grocery shopping.

Wonderful other thing that [livejournal.com profile] ashen_key found, go read this, it speaks truth.

Now as this meme has been floating around and I love the idea of it and need to get my creative juices flowing.

Give me 2-9 actors. I'll put my music on shuffle, and create a movie synopsis based on those actors and the first song that comes up.
Bonus: I will even try to create a movie poster. No guarantees, though.
ceitfianna: (never forget to wipe your sword)
I thought about doing this last night but honestly others' wrath came first.

Day One: Pride - Seven great things about yourself
Day Two: Envy - Seven things you lack and covet
Day Three: Wrath - Seven things that piss you off
Day Four: Sloth - Seven things you neglect to do
Day Five: Greed - Seven worldly material desires
Day Six: Gluttony - Seven guilty pleasures
Day Seven: Lust - Seven love secrets

Just don't. )
ceitfianna: (beach scene)
Yesterday I went shopping with my mother and picked up two good pairs of pants, a cute top, good shoes and lots of nice underwear. It was a true adventure and reminded me just how weird shopping for clothing really is. Though I'm happy to say that I didn't let it get me down. My body's not where I want it to be, but my focus is school and I have clothing that makes me feel pretty which is a start. I decided before we went yesterday that I wasn't going to let myself feel hurt, because clothing didn't fit. That just creates unhappiness and doesn't really get anywhere. So I'm trying to go with the advice of an amazing woman who said, dress the body you have and I did. It was just so strange to wander from stores like Ann Taylor to Orvis to Eddie Bauer to Lane Bryant, they all have their own specific audiences and I can find things that work in all of them. Yet as stores, they also share common problems where they tend to have a certain way things are cut and the chaos of what size are you in this store today? I think that's why shopping is so wearing, it's really a search to find things that work consistently. My mother and I kept talking about the weirdness of clothing and sizing as we were shopping, which made the day go quicker. We still spent about six hours shopping, which was far too much.

Not too long ago I finished a book called The Gaslight Dogs by Karin Lowachee that was recommended on one of the book blogs I follow. Its set in an alternate world that has a steampunk and kind of empire feel combined with the American West. The story is told through two characters, a woman who's pretty much an Inuit and a cavalry captain, they get pulled into a complicated scheme by the Captain's father who's a general. Most of the story is about them trying to understand each other and the world around them. Sadly I found the ending a let down, because the story seemed to be pushing towards a major change in the status quo, yet when it finally ended, yes, things had changed for them but not as much as I had hoped for. The author does a wonderful job of showing all of the complicated feelings and reactions on all sides when land and power is at stake and then spirituality and almost magic get pushed in too. The main reason that I'd recommend it is that its a book that I'd like to talk about since it left me wanting more.

My plans for next semester are coming together, my fourth class is going to be about Online Searching and Databases and is taught by a good professor. The only annoying thing is that its at 8:30 in the morning, but I'll have all my classes in the middle of the week. I hope that I can then set aside at least one night just for myself like I did last semester. Having my internship along with my job will make things trickier, but I think I can manage it. I hope so. Today I connected with the librarian in Lewes that mentored me before I went to Michigan, it was such a pleasure to talk to her. Also to find out that we follow and read a lot of the same people, I just love knowing that I'm going in the right direction.

I'm also starting to actually relax a little more which is nice. The wonderful prompt filled Daily Entertainment was just great to start the day with and come back to. My thread is over here.
ceitfianna: (Tom on the banister)
Today is a good day and its not even over yet. I woke up and with my mom sorted all my loans and things from the government. Then it was time to work on my internship and I called up two companies that deal with catalog systems for small libraries. I think that I know which one will be the best choice, but tomorrow is for testing demos with the woman who runs the program.

After that I went out and discovered that it had been raining. Also while just walking around, I was complimented three times on my skirt, which made me smile so much.

So now that I have time, I'm going do one of the music memes that's been floating around. I'm thinking about maybe doing some prompts this weekend, since I'm feeling creative.

I have this idea for a long fic about how Sameth went from just looking into the forge in Belisaere to having his own workroom. Part of the problem is that I don't have a good idea of how things went so I need to bounce ideas around.

The Music Meme!

1: Reply to this post and I'll assign you a letter.
2:List (and upload, if you feel like it or are able to do so) 5 songs that start with that letter.
3: Post them to your journal with these instructions

[livejournal.com profile] dynastessa gave me S.

Gomez See The World
Into The Woods Stay With Me
Blackhawk Stone By Stone
Bombay Dreams Salaam Bombay
Phil Vassar Somewhere In Between

Links are to box.net.
ceitfianna: (Maeve)
On Saturday night, I saw The Secret of Kells that's a beautiful movie that really looks like a children's book that's been animated. As I was watching it, I was thinking about some of the things I've been reading and learning in terms of how are big ideas presented. Also I was thinking about [livejournal.com profile] alas_a_llama and what's he's said about Irish stereotypes. I want to put in a little clarification here for anyone who doesn't know the plot, this movie is about the creation of the Book of Kells and its amazing illuminations. The part that really struck out for me and this isn't that much of a spoiler is that the Northman/Vikings were quite beastlike, they were drawn in a simple style with the horns of their helmets seeming like their horns and they grunted and asked for gold. This was honestly a little distracting for me, because a major part of the cast of characters was this wonderfully diverse group of monks who were the scribes and from all over the world, so that made the beastlike Northman more startling. I would recommend this movie, but if I went to it with kids, I'd make sure to try and balance it by going to see How I Trained My Dragon or go read a book about how the Vikings really were. In terms of how stereotypically the Irish were presented, I think there was some of that, but I don't know enough to say for sure. Eric, have you seen this movie and if you have, what were your thoughts?

I've also been thinking about perception and ideas of what's beautiful, because my hair has been growing out and I'm really liking it a lot better. Its still not exactly what I would have chosen, but now that its longer and not as flyaway, I can appreciate it and how it shows off my earrings and face. Also I need to go clothes shopping, which I'm not looking forward to. I realized yesterday that a big thing holding me back from trying on things is this worry that it just won't work. I don't this at all, I'm working on losing the weight but in the meantime I want to be happy with how I am. Though this is something that honestly our culture doesn't make easy at all. Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] sotto_voice and [livejournal.com profile] agonistes for links to some great blogs about feminism and just society in general. Its odd, I went to an all woman's college, where I felt I learned so much about feminism and creating a strong sense of what feminism means for me, but then I just didn't keep learning. It feels good to have some fascinating blogs to read and help me think about how I can help create safe spaces in the libraries I work in and just changes I can make in my own life.

I'll post some pictures of how neat my apartment is looking and my hair either today or later tomorrow. I want to go take some shots of the lovely Spring flowers in Ann Arbor, but I keep forgetting my camera since its kind of big. For my birthday, my parents have offered to get me a new, smaller camera so I was wondering if anyone had recommendations. I prefer cameras that have a good zoom along with being a solid point and shoot.

I seem to be writing a lot of slightly serious posts lately, I think its because I have more time and so my ideas have time to get in order. Plans for my internship are coming together quickly and life is good. Last night was a bit of a pain, because the person who has the last shift at the library showed up an hour and a half late, I've been promised brownies for staying late which is nice. The weather here is also really beautiful and feeling like Spring and Summer and I'm starting to think about my birthday. For anyone who's in the area or might be thinking about a road trip, first week of June is my birthday and Ann Arbor is a great place to visit.
ceitfianna: (Hatter is bemused)
Today is officially an odd day, I didn't go to my last lecture of Online Communities since I just didn't feel up to it. I'll write a good last paper and I've participated when I've been there so I think I'll be okay.

The current thing that's freaking me out is that I've needed to get my haircut so I went to the place that cut my bangs before and this young woman kind of took me over. I've always had my haircut layered and I said to not cut it shorter than my chin since otherwise I think I look weird. Well she did short layers, I didn't realize just how short she meant until it was too late. I don't think I look like me and I'm not sure I'd like it but I'd love other opinions, help me, flist.

ceitfianna: (long road)
I just sorted through a car's worth of clothing and other random things that have been in my brother's garage for about two years and some even longer. A lot of the clothing hurt a bit to look at and realize wow I was that skinny but other things I tried on and went oh you still fit.

I found a tweed hat that I bought in Dublin which I thought I'd lost years ago which is only a little bent. Also I found my favorite summer dress that I have loved for oh so many years and it still makes me feel beautiful.

So there were lots of discoveries and a number of things that are going to be passed on so they can make someone else feel beautiful. There are a few things that I'm saving because they make me happy.

Though all that sorting means my ankle's hurting a bit more but the car is cleared out, getting everything out is done, later there will be moving the stuff that's saved upstairs but not at the moment.

This is the start of a transformation as I move forward to a place which is going to help me find ways to actually do the kind of job I love and also be also in an environment where I can get myself sorted out. I think I've been stuck for so long that it took a bit to start getting out of the mire but I'm shaking it off my feet and heading head long into the future.
ceitfianna: (stop this nonsense)
I woke up today feeling rather off because I had a strange dream about going to buy a wedding dress and I found the perfect one for something like 500 dollars at that crazy store that has a tv show, Kleinfields. What made it weird was the person I was going to marry, was while a wonderful boyfriend and all someone who is not in a position to ever marry me at this point in time.

So I woke up feeling grumbly and then discovered its grey and raining. I went out to my favorite Chinese place to read since I'm almost finished Mortal Coils which is wonderful but oddly making me more antsy about wanting to hear about Michigan. Also I downloaded the finale of Supernatural but haven't felt up to watching it just yet.

Its that thing of I know where I want to be but I just need to be told yes I can go and then young people and stuff. Part of this also came about since last night I went to this dinner party/fundraiser for the Lewes Historical Society with my parents and the food was great, people were nice but I was the youngest by a couple of decades. I think it just made me feel rather lonely and the dream made it even more so. This past week has just been harder than I expected but I think tomorrow I'm going to drive out to Rehoboth and walk around there, maybe buy some books, then pick up some Nightside books at the library.

Also I wanted to ask again, if I were to be in NYC the weekend of May 28th etc, would anyone be willing to have be crash on your couch? I can bring dvds, chocolate and other good bribing things?
ceitfianna: (poppies)
This is from today's Washington Post and its got me thinking so I'm going to type it out and try and write out some of the complicated thoughts going through my head at the moment.

Gemini: You have moved into a new phase of life and yet you still feel the same way as you did way back when. It's not what you do in life that needs to change; its how you think about it. Put a positive spin on your history.

Applying to Michigan feels right to me as does becoming a librarian, I can look over all the jobs I've worked and so many of the ones that stood out are connected to libraries. From Swarthmore to the Seaport Museum, I love taking information and making it accessible and available and helping people find what they want. So all of this wonderful hopeful feeling is balanced by a not good body image.

This is very much my history and way back when because I keep thinking that I've got over the way my New Zealand boyfriend made me honestly feel not beautiful because I'd put on some weight and yet it comes back. I know that moments of transition are hard points to deal with my weight since I'm in so much flux and that I can, but the hardest part is somehow that sense of myself has been shifted.

I like this idea of put a positive spin on my history and I know that I can do that, I'm just not sure of how yet. Its important to me that when I get started on my MLS program that I'm not carrying a lot of baggage along with me, new starts are good and powerful things. So I think I'm going to keep writing and thinking about this as I take care of myself so that I can look back and forward and feel positive.
ceitfianna: (Jane thoughts consume me)
I didn't stay up as late last night but this morning was strange, I kept waking up looking and the clock and going why am I awake so early. Also strange dreams, I've had this dream before about working basically as an indentured servant/slave on this ship thing and my job was to wash these cloths along with some other girls. Now at some point in the dream there was a chance for me to try and persuade this visiting person that this isn't right and they looked like my old band director too which was very odd. This band director was one of my favorite people, kind and nice but he didn't buy it so I suddenly went into this panfandom discussion because apparently this ship was panfandom but that didn't work.

The next dream was about my ex from New Zealand visiting the US which was not that great a trip but this was a different point and I spent most of the dream thinking how can I break up with him? This is what's known as my subconscious being useful in hindsight but I kind of get why since I've been feeling sort of heavy lately but new jeans help a lot. And this ex was the one who really made me feel bad and horribly self conscious and care about the weight I'd put on.

Oh but the last dream/sleep thing is when I finally woke up I thought it was 2:30 and I was grumbling to myself that I didn't mean to sleep that late. Well I looked at my watch properly and as you can see it was 12:30 so I got up at a fairly decent hour and so I'm going to go do lots of things out in the world.

In other interesting and non spoiler news, I only started watching BSG in this last season and so watched the last hour of the finale and found it satisfying and now want to watch it from the start. Oh and the Tiwa plot is off to a really good start, she knows some rather interesting people.
ceitfianna: (Pirate King adulation)
I have a pair of jeans that fit and make me look and feel nice! I know that I'm going to lose the weight but as a good friend of mine said, dress as you are and make sure you look and feel the best you can. Well I do now and its lovely though I think the sky's about to open up because its grey and windy enough that on the highway, I could feel the wind.

Life is good and I have some plot news, today/tonight I'm going to write up Tiwa's kidnapping and then put up the gathering post in MM with Liam probably tomorrow. I think I have a pretty good idea of everyone who's interested in rescue efforts but if you're still interested just tag in and talk to Liam.

Then when I have everyone gathered or at least a clear, list, I'll set up the rescue ooms and a plot chat. I'd like to try and thread like mad over the weekend so that this isn't a huge drain on anyone's time. Look forward to playing with you all and I hope life is treating you well.
ceitfianna: (koru)
I really like this meme if you couldn't tell already so I've got two more sets of things to work on and today was great.

This morning was tiring and wonderful and I'm doing it again next week, also for a bit of fyi, I'll be in NYC Thursday night and probably back late on Friday since I'm going with my parents for a nice little trip.

We're going to do museums and see an opera, I look forward to being worn out and happy afterwards.

Now for Meme Part II

Association Meme

Comment to this post and I will give you five subjects/things I associate with you. Then post this to your LJ and elaborate on the subjects given.

From [livejournal.com profile] cursedpanda
Birds, Ninjas, Cheerfulness, Femininity, Magic )

From [livejournal.com profile] moofoot
Nature, Cookies, Travel, The Beach, Rugby. )
ceitfianna: (stop this nonsense)
Today was a good reminder for me of how much good it does me to just go out and read in a cafe, go book shopping and all that sort of thing. I forget to do that here in Lewes because the town is small and there is stuff on the highway, I just don't always go out there.

My parents really don't go out to the highway unless they need to, but for me it might be more fun. I got my hair cut cheap in town and feel loads lovelier and lighter which was nice and picked up a year's supply of new contacts, finally.

Then I went to Starbucks and discovered I really love their tea infusions, I should remember to take my laptop over there every once in a while and just hang out there for a change of scenery.

Next door is a nice bookstore called Atlantic books where I picked up Whiskey and Water for a dollar and twenty cents before heading back home. Life is feeling good and perhaps this coming week, I'll do some of my RPing and all from Starbucks instead.

Also I'm in the process of investigating a way to work either full time or part time while also working towards an MLS at either Drexel or Rutgers since I really do want to be a librarian and getting an MLS is a step in the right direction.

Weird Mood

Jan. 16th, 2009 08:34 pm
ceitfianna: (fox kits)
All the job stuff is good, lots of new avenues to look down and hope but I'm feeling a bit off tonight and I'm not sure why.

Last night before I went to bed, I looked at myself and felt like I'd put on some weight so did some exercises which kind of helped. Now today I feel sore and tired along with an almost sore throat I've been having.

I think I'm very aware of being betwixt and between because these two meetings felt like such starts but yet I'm still here.

I know to be patient and I'm good at that, just kind of eh. I had a light dinner of dumplings and have been drinking lots of tea but I feel like I'm still a bit hungry just kind of lazy.

What are your comfort foods or give me a topic or question to ramble on about? Distract me from the doubts in my own head, flist.
ceitfianna: (long road)
I've been kind of putting off doing this one since like a lot of people this past year seemed to have more downs than ups for me, but I'm really hoping the new one is better. Tonight my plans are simple, make myself French Toast and do some lovely threading.

A long year )
ceitfianna: (tea and a book)
Over the holidays, I've been reading a couple of things, some recommended and others I've found. I already talked about Octavian Nothing which is a book I recommend though its not easy.

The other two books that each kept me up for a night since I couldn't put them down were the first Keys to the Kingdom by Garth Nix and I really wish that the library had his other stuff, because I love his style.

Also I read Fairest though I can't recall the author's full name now but I found it a fun and good take on not just the Sleeping Beauty myth but how powerful perceptions of beauty are. Its one I could see myself picking up and rereading when I'm having a moment of gah, body issues.

And in the spirit of it being almost the New Year, a few simple resolutions. What's hard for me is that what I really want is a job and my own place but there's only so much of that I can control. So my resolutions are shake every connection I have, apply and keep trying along with just move more and keep letting my friends know how grateful I am for them.
ceitfianna: (Amalric with a camera)
I just came back from a trip to the outlets and was fairly successful. I was going to get a new pair of jeans and maybe some cords but they didn't really work. Though I did end up with a really pretty pair of striped pants and a lovely sweater.

Then I went to this fun and cheap music and dvd place called Music for a Song and found The Illusionist and the newest Harry Potter movie for under 15 dollars and now the weather has gone from being incredibly balmy though really windy to feeling like it might storm and rain.

Oh and in a good sign, last night I had a dream about packing up. In the dream I think I was moving from New Zealand but it was the rush of how do I fit my world into these few bags. Also my father had just done a show at a museum so part of the dream was wandering around the gift shop and finding things with his artwork on it.


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