November 15th, 2004

end of a decade

ladies who fest

hmm, the harlequin dandy has a purple (bicycle) helmetBah. I'm think I'm suffering from lady withdrawals. Despite Virgin's best attempts to smother us in overcrowded carriages, I got home OK. I even shared the bus back with a small black and white kitten. Now I'm at work, moping, and thinking morbidly about this afternoon's cervical scan. Ugh. I can't even take my mind off it with a pleasant lunch because Damian's boss asked him out to lunch today or wednesday and an hour's fretting about what the hell that is about is the better option of the two.

And then I get back and find my picture has inexplicably triumphed in the Picky Picky game. Do none of you care about continuity at all?

Ladyfest was brilliant, especially the craft-fair (jinty, I have a gift for you next time I see you -- here's a sampler of Lois Lane to tide you over till then (context)) and meeting lovely amphoteric.

More on this later, except for:

Late on Saturday night I took the time (while the people I was with were outside for a smoke) to script up a strip which I have (even though it's funny) some slight reservations about posting. But then, I do sometimes think that if they are online then comics should be a bit more interactive. Like this one, for example: NOT WORK SAFE EVEN A LITTLE BIT.

Do you remember when Sandman was, like, the coolest thing ever?

TheCorinthian has a little chocolate raspberry cream-filled person of RoseWalker

What's Your Neil Gaiman OTP?
Ville de Camp -- A Neverwhere RPG


Hahahahaha. And thanks to my friendslist for raising my lady-deprived spirits.
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