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children of dune - leto 1
seperis
I have yet to see QaF 4.13. I want to watch 4.13 and 4.14 together, and so, I deny myself, and ache for the fact that Sunday is my Last Day of Watching, until whatever ungodly date they choose for next season. The Very Last Season, Ever.

I would be depressed if I didn't have those two eps to buoy me. And you know, months of rewatching to memorize, maybe by plot arc.

So. Happy. Mostly. I ate all the cookies svmadelyn sent me, so you know, not as happy as I could be.

Hmm. I really have the most boring moments right now. Excitement is for people not looking seriously at mortgage rates and downtown living versus various suburbs and communities. I'm thinking that if I get a second job, something in the sex industry down on Congress, requiring minimal clothing, I should be able to pull off the place I'm drooling over.

God, this is very sad. I can't even manage to pick out a car. I have a horrible feeling that it's going to come down to innie-minnie-miney-mo. The car, that is. With any kind of luck, the house will have a sort of scientific method. Like, I don't know, drawing from a hat.

Hmm. This was a pointless entry. I should do something productive. I'm not sure what yet, but surely I have something tha needs sorting desperately. Socks, perhaps.


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when faced with the tough choices, I find flipping a coin is often helpful. if there are more than 2 options, assign friends one option each, and try a rousing game of "rock, paper, scissors" and determine the winner.

but drawing from a hat sounds like it would work just as well, and doesn't require the assistance of others (and consequent need to admit to indecisiveness to them)

It's shaming how *hard* this is. Every time I think I have something, someone tells me some horror story about it or it jumps in price. *Very* freaksome for yours truly.

but drawing from a hat sounds like it would work just as well, and doesn't require the assistance of others (and consequent need to admit to indecisiveness to them)

*snickers* They enjoy ribbing me about it. You know, constantly.

really good friends never overlook any chance to rib - it's proof they really care.

it's a truly hard decision - perhaps you can do some look at actual properties in both categories, and see which begins to feel the better fit for you and Child?

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