Thursday, February 13, 2014

Wait, We're How Far Into February Now?

Well. Time for this again, I guess!

Current clothes: Blue t-shirt with a diagram of a caffeine molecule on it. Gray sweats. White socks. Brown boots.

Current mood: Good. It's the middle of my weekend, I'm relaxed, I've been getting enough sleep, and I'm getting useful stuff done around the house.

Current music: Nothing much. At the moment, my listening-to-stuff time is devoted to working on trying to catch up on all those podcasts I'm behind on again.

Current annoyance: My living room wall heater started smelling faintly like gas again, so I had to shut it down. I'm just going to leave it off until I can get a replacement in. Fortunately, the weather at the moment is absolutely gorgeous. If anything, I think it feels a little too warm in here right now.

Current thing: Doing housework and playing Sentry Knight.

Current desktop picture: Books!

Current book: Outlaw Tales of New Mexico by Barbara Marriott. Which is a bit meh. But, hey, it's short.

Current song in head: Various things have been flitting in and out of the ol' brain over the last few days, including many repeat performances of Leonard Cohen's "If It Be Your Will," because the last book I was reading kept indirectly reminding me of it. But things seem to have quieted down now. Which is nice.

Current refreshment: Nothing. But I'm kind of thirsty.

Current DVD in player: Disc 3 of season 7 of Burn Notice. I'm not entirely sure how I feel about this final season, but I do know that I'm going to miss it when I'm done.

Current worry: Money. Again. It's all about money.

Current thought: Oh, look, there's Leonard Cohen stuck in my head again. Guess I spoke too soon.


  1. Re: your wallpaper - I'm not sure I'd trust those ladders. And if the rungs are that close together, I couldn't possibly get any use out of those stools. And those certainly aren't going to be real candles in front of the books, are they?

    Oops, forgot to suspend disbelief! /click/

    Ooh, prettttttty!

    1. Amusingly enough, that is my exact thought process, every time I look at it for too long. :)

    2. This reminded me of one of the clips that one of the BBC TV channels uses as an inter-programme station id:

    3. Nice. Although those books look like they were arranged by how they would look pretty, rather than by any useful system. :)