A lonesome tumbleweed rolls through this journal.
Somewhere, a lone falcon screams into the high noon sun.
For the first time in four years, I *gasp* did not renew my icon add-ons this month. I will probably renew my paid account in August, though. It is cheap enough, and I have become spoiled in the ways of pseudo-ownership.
Blogging, in general, has been slow. I actually drew a handful of comics for tiny revelations over the past few weeks and lo and behold, a power strike killed my nifty scanner/printer. T__T I have not completed any new books to review at my Wordpress site. My tumblrs get a little play now and again. I am really trying to stay on top of HackHateCulture /plug.
Sometimes it seems like social media is less of a web and more of an open valley. You shoot arrows off into the distance, in many different directions, and lose sight of them quickly. All of this seems like a big huge cosmic hint to probably do less mindless Interneting and more stuff in real life. But I have always been of a stubborn sort.
Just for the hell of it, and because I haven't updated in a bit, I am going to do this meme I snagged from promiseoftin:
Day One: Ten things you want to say to ten different people right now.
Spencer: I GET TO SEE YOU IN THREE WEEKS!
Sarah: I GET TO SEE YOU IN THREE WEEKS TOO!
Joe: Sup, handsome? Wanna get hitched?
Lissy: I can't believe you're about to be a mom!
Jei: I am really excited for your library school tweets! ^^;
H.P. Lovecraft: I am sorry it is taking me so long to read this book you wrote. -__-
Vanessa: Your blog makes my heart so happy.
Batman: ILU SOOOO MUCH. ♥ ♥ ♥
Mitt Romney: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/ezra-k
Misogynists: Ugh. Stop ruining everyone's good time.
Day Two: Nine things about yourself.
Day Three: Eight ways to win your heart.
Day Four: Seven things that cross your mind a lot.
Day Five: Six things you wish you’d never done.
Day Six: Five people who mean a lot (in no order whatsoever)
Day Seven: Four turn offs.
Day Eight: Three turn ons.
Day Nine: Two smileys that describe your life right now.
Day Ten: One confession.