Brainz

Jul. 15th, 2017 07:38 pm
soobiebear: (Mustaine)
Slid around on brains last night. Been a while since I had to do that. Sadly the media really got the story messed up so the public at large will be confused and panicked, but long story short is the guy died. We never did find an exit wound anywhere on his head so the bullet was probably still in there. The coroner will find it. Drugs and guns don't mix, ok people? Ft. Bend will not really be looking for the shooter; odds are he slipped back into Houston somewhere without a trace.

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Doing some work for Joseph. More than likely will take a few weeks if I work at it on a regular basis. Not the most exciting, but he pays well for a vanity project. Gotta get the 002 set up again - would be nice to have a bigger setup but I'll deal with eight tracks. Bank bank bank bank bank... uugh. It distracts from the knife and gun club for a while.

New purse

Jul. 11th, 2017 02:34 am
soobiebear: (JKeith)
Finally found a new purse. Been on the lookout for six months, given that I dislike purses and much prefer my simple leather wallet shoved into my back pocket it's saying something. It's clearance - otherwise I would not have gotten it, but for $20 it's nice enough. Black and white leather, nice strap to it, and it's not overly big or bulky but it's still structured. Like a big girl grown up bag instead of anything with fringe or metal studs I have gotten in the past. Got some designer name on it but didn't recognize it.

Was up at 5m this morning thanks to a messed up sleep schedule and had all the energy in the world. Worked on the pool, dad laundry and dishes, prepped the jalapenos for pressure canning and had the carne picata marinating, mopped the living room floor all by 9am. Then had to go get dog food and just the short drive across town sucked all my energy. It wasn't bad at the mall while getting my purse, but as soon as I gout out of the Farm & Fleet the car was absolutely roasting and I've been tired ever since. It's only 3am now and I think it's about time for dinner.

Night has been good, not too busy. Carol had a rush on the midshift before me, but we got everyone processed and home and now it's good.
soobiebear: (Mustaine)
Two requests to build Karaoke files. Not the funnest of jobs and the pay is shit, but for something I can do in my jammies and not really have to listen to it's like free money.

Only problem is they're so messed up for karaoke songs.

Al Stewart - Roads to Moscow (really, who would sing this at any karaoke???)
Joe Jackson - Be My Number Two (what a romantic, hope she doesn't listen too close)

I gotta figure out where this guy is singing at, 'cos that is sure to be one fucked up karaoke show. I applaud his diversity, they're really good songs, but Karaoke? The mind boggles.

Love Prog

Jun. 20th, 2017 04:07 am
soobiebear: (SSDB)
Sometime I love working with prog. It's fascinating, endlessly creative, and can go anywhere.

Other times it's just a pain in the ass.

Trying to synch up a track now where the lyrics technically start on the 5 (or -1) and then the strum comes on the one. It sounds right when you play it, but it doesn't read right or chart well. That and all the AmDim7Sus6thDropG fucking pretzel fingers. These aren't even real chords. They're not even Guitar Craft chords back transcribed. You threw your guitar down the stairs and taped it. "Tune to DDDGBD and Capo 3rd" I shit you not. Freaking Mitchell polio chords.

Life is the same. I'm alive. Woohoo for that. Have seen in the last week:
a stabbing to the face
a man high on crack and having a psychotic break (perhaps related perhaps coincidental)
a five year old who suffocated his two year old brother
another two year old with a seizure ongoing 3 hours before parents brought her in
non-verbal autistic child who ripped off his own cornea

Burnt. Done. Just give me an acute MI I can ship off to the cath lab and be done with. Wish I could go back OTR, I miss it. Different kind of stress. Much higher payout, even if the paycheck is shit. Jonesing for travel, which isn't good. I wanted the Local life, now I've got it, day job and all.

June WHIP your WIPs is a non-starter. I took the laptop into work and couldn't even open it. Why can't I write a romantic love scene? Something nice and squishy and cuddly. I have the ending plotted out, I just have to get through the 'making love not fucking' scene and I'll be done with it. UUgh. Going back to ProTools. Lesser of two evils right now.

Bicycle

May. 29th, 2017 05:56 pm
soobiebear: (Billy)
Finally got myself a new bicycle just for me. William can have his racing bike back now. Took a Memorial Day sale and a 20% off coupon and a free shipping code but I got an afforable entry level bike. It's not WalMart shit quality, but in no way is it the level of quality the people at the bike store were trying to sell me. It's ok. It's basic. It will work. I can afford it. That's all I asked for. Sure a $1k is going to be nice, it had better be for the price, but when it gets stolen as it eventually will, it doesn't matter how nice it was. Going to take a week or so to get in, but that's ok. It's got good ratings from the pro-bike websites, with the disclaimer it's the cheapest they would possibly even consider under the right circumstances. Well, those are my circumstances. If I was doing the BP MS150 or the Tour De France, yeah, I'd drop several thousand on a bike. But I'm not. I'm going to the grocery store or just cruising around town for some exercise. I think it will work.

Picked up a shift tonight 10p-630a so I'm gonna try and stay busy up until work time, then grab some tea when I get into work for some energy. Going out with Rebecca tomorrow so I have to sleep when I get home in the morning.

Time to go make some doggie stew. Lots of veggies were on sale at the asian market, so they have all sorts of root vegetables to eat.
soobiebear: (Dave&Jaymz)
Got my new shoes in today. Guess a new pair is always nice, but seeing as I ordered them online I was a bit wary. My feet are large and hard to fit, so finding anything in the correct 10EEE size is a surprise.

Found a 9.5 EE pair of Sketchers. Never worn Sketchers before. They're actually pretty comfortable so far. Left foot fits well, right foot is a little narrow. Hopefully that will stretch with some wear. Lots of padding in them, again, is also nice after being confined to moccasins for a number of years before Crocs came along.

Back to work tomorrow. Can't sleep as I'm still on night shift schedule. Have to go in a 2p, hoping to sleep from 5a-noon or so. Then I'm up for 36 hours. Yay. But it's at the little clinic so it's better than the main hospital. Did see my first aortic dissection last week, which was pretty gruesome when he didn't respond to the nitro and I realized what it was.

Otherwise, not much else.
soobiebear: (BlackCrows)
Got in a good ten miles or so today before I blew the back tyre on the bike again. Hit the lip of a concrete cut out for a drainage sewer and instantly knew I was on the rim. No saving the tube, although the tire and rim look ok. Had to walk home about three miles, thank god I was on the way back home from the loop. So now I am totally without transport. Gonna get up and walk over to the bike store for a specialty tube (700c 25 with a Schrader) and then walk all the way back home. Uuugh. Walmart doesn't carry them, that would be the easy answer, and I can't wait two weeks for an order to come in from Amazon.

Plus on the walk back my right shoe started rubbing on my heel, come to find out I've worn through it and the shoe innards is rubbing against skin. Great. I've ordered new shoes from Bealls - a bandaid and some moleskin will work temporarily but it's just lovely. All at once, you know. Hate the bike I have now anyway, I stole it from William and it's not really suited for the riding I do. I need a hybrid or a mountain bike and his is definitely a road bike.

Talked to my biodad a bit. Found out he likes Singapore slings. Who would have guessed. Then again, it's a far stretch that I'm obsessed with caipirinha unless you know how it's all connected. Guess there was a bar he used to frequent and he got talking to the bartender after ordering his beer, and the bartender started trying out a new mixed drink on him every week.

Dinner was ok. found some frozen mystery meat in the freezer. Defrosted it, turns out it was really thin slices of beef, probably sirloin. So just pan fried it with some mushrooms, garlic, and onions. Pretty simple. Going to see if there's any more mystery protein. I'll eat anything and run with what it turns out to be. William not so much.

Other than that, not much. Had a ficlet pop out of nowhere yesterday, Rush of all things. Was pretty shitty, but at least I wrote something.
soobiebear: (Soob)
Finally slept some from about 12:30 to 3pm but was unfortunately interrupted by some phone calls. One time I was having a great (and I mean f'iggin awesome) dream that was interrupted by a telemarketer. Grr.

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Got moving this morning and got some Water JB Weld at Lowes. Got it applied and it's curing, we will see if it holds when I put more water in the pool.

Got the IGR spray down last night after the carpets dried from steam cleaning. It worked great last time we had a tick problem, so hoping it works just as well on fleas. Gonna take a while as it's not a killer, but it just keeps the fleas from sexually maturing, so after a few cycles there are no more baby fleas.

Steak for dinner. Looking forward to some iron and potatoes.

Cooking

May. 13th, 2017 11:31 pm
soobiebear: (JKeith)
Cooked today, considering the disappointment of yesterday's Red Korean Pork Belly (smelled good while cooking but not my thing) it came out good. Spicy Tuna Sushi stack. Not 100% authentic, but the taste was there, and it's not using sushi grade tuna, just the stuff from the pantry. Website sucks giant balls, so write it down or print out.

Thinking of Mexican tomorrow. Nice charred chicken with some jalapenos, onions, garlic, and tons of cilantro. Got limes. Got tortillas. Should be easy.

Power washed the top deck today. Five years of Houston dust and grit and mold growth. Yuck. Done though, and despite a few soft spots in the decking everything still looks pretty sturdy for being built completely wrong. But hey, it's only on the front of the house, and the homebuilders are long since gone so why should they care if things are built correctly? If I ever meet this Kickarillo guy I'm gonna kick him in the nuts really hard and probably a second time while he's down just for good measure.

Went out exploring on the bike today. Sadly still using William's racing bike and attempted to go offroading in GBP. Made it back out alive, didn't crash, but road bikes just aren't meant for dirt trails. Saw lots of turtles and a blue egret but no other interesting wildlife.

Still tired all the time. No energy. Guess sleeping in three hour intervals will do that to you.
soobiebear: (Mustaine)
William will be hitting up the great state of Ohio tomorrow, and I made the joke of telling him to stop at Grandpa's Cheesebarn. It's in the middle of Amish country, nothing around it. Forgot that a) he loves cheese and b) he has my credit card and c) they now offer ghost pepper cheese. He is going to be in so much trouble. Great. Joke's on me I guess.

What's worse is they've apparently gone in with Sweeties Candy Co. He's got the sweet tooth from hell these days. Help me! Can I put a hold on the credit card except for gas stations and hotels?

Tired AF and not sure why. Only spent five hours toiling away in the yard. Still lots to do around the house but only so many spoons. Need to shower. Covered in sweat and mulch and bug guts. Then I can change the sheets, start laundry... And go to work tomorrow. Lovely. What vacation?
soobiebear: (Zeffanism)
William's gone OTR to work a bit again. Because of the amount of gear he had to bring he took the car. I'm left without a vehicle in the middle of the suburbs. If I was still in NY it wouldn't have been a problem, but it's houses for miles down here. On the plus side I'm still fairly young and healthy, so a few miles hike isn't going to kill me. Uncomfortable, yes, but if I absolutely need something I can get to a store or the doctors.

Leisure travel is pretty much out of the question.

Did get the bicycle out again - had to take a form over to the water department. First time I've ridden since David's mother died. Kinda stopped after that, not really sure why. 'Tis ok, tires were a bit low but that was easy enough to fix.

Pool is on the mend. Got the plaster patched up and filled the bastard. Working on balancing the chemicals now. Looks perfect for now but want to make sure the algae doesn't take hold. I think a lot of the problem (other than the pool guy turned out to be a major fuck up) is that I relied on William to do the little maintenance. I can't rely on him for anything, not keeping the pool up, not medicating the dogs, not even pulling out a protein from the freezer for dinner. I'm busy as fuck when he's gone, but the dog's eyes and ears miraculously clear up, the pool stays blue, and the yard is neat and tidy. Bad bas repeating pattern I should learn from.

Already vacuumed much of the house. Still lots of spring cleaning to do, but I have a few days before heading back to work. I'll get it there eventually.
soobiebear: (Zeffanism)
Normally not much in the ER bothers me, aside from assholed entitlement.

1. Lady (I use the term very loosely) comes in with her mother. Daughter is my age, refuses to speak with registration or nurses, mother does everything. Fine, ok, whatever. Complaints of generalized abdominal pain, nausea, does not appear to be in too much distress. She's a big girl, bigger than our Big Mike. BMI was well over 50. Again, whatever, gonna figure it out and shake my head and send her on her way. She's pregnant. Didn't say anything about possibly being pregnant. Her thighs were the side of a human, so how could you find it? UUugh, I felt so bad ordering that transvag ultrasound. Poor Stephanie had to get in there. So to add to the myriad of preexisting chronic lifestyle conditions, now she's pregnant. Patient grabbed up her discharge papers from the nurse's hand and waddled her way out mad. Like it was my fault she's pregnant. Directed her to prenatal care and OB, doubtful if she'll take on any of it.

2. Woman in her late 20s brings in her 3 year old son with a penis infection. Boys put it in everything and aren't the cleanest. Mother stated that no one ever told her she had to pull back the foreskin and clean underneath. I was surprised this kid could pee he was so badly constricted and clogged up. I just don't get it. I know she was told at his birth that she had to clean him, and she's obviously handled a dick before if she's had a kid. Uuuuugh! I feel really bad for the kid, the mother not so much.

We license people to drive cars and clean teeth and carry guns. Isn't it about time you need a license to have a child?

In other news, finally got the oil changed on my car. What a fiasco. Went to bed at 10am and got up at 6p so now I'll be up all night again even on my day off. Guess I should clean the house a bit.
soobiebear: (JKeith)
Gonna be busy tomorrow. Luke's got a vet appointment an hour away in Houston, then we have to run back here, pick up William and run the new motorcycle out to Old Town Katy for some repairs, then hit the eye doc's by 2pm. Gonna be a tight squeeze and I'm gonna be real tired come 5pm or so. I've already informed William he's making supper for a change. I hope his idea of cooking isn't Papa Johns again.

Still haven't gotten anywhere with his Nurse Case Manager, she refuses to pick up the phone or call us back. Ended up talking to someone at Lowe's corporate who was actually able to find his information and give us some good leads to start on.

Want to start working on the 'Cover Band' chapter two again. Stuck in some rather awkward heavy smut and it's challenging to write and have it come across as honest. Was going good for a bit, but then I get to the sexy bits and ... I can't write that stuff at work. Good plotty bits, sure, but I just can't do heavy smut at work. My home time is so limited these days, I end up spending my time doing household things, gardening, playing with the dogs... I'm not exactly happy with RockFic at the moment. I think the quality has just gone down the shithole in the last year or so. There's still a few authors I love and will read anything by, but a lot of it is just poorly written. Drabbles, yes, they're crafted and can be short and amazing, but when each chapter is 300 words? Sorry, it's not for me. A little bridge chapter, sure, we all do that, but not every single fucking chapter.

Got the midi back up and running in the studio. Lost both keyboard somehow overnight. There was always that reason I hated midi. With analogue you can see where something's gone wrong, but with midi it's all in the computer somewhere. Some fucking menu or option. Frustrating as hell.

Right, going to check my flyers at midnight and then get to bed. Won't have to leave until after rush hour, but it's still a long drive.
soobiebear: (Going Optical)
Had someone piss on the floor at work today. Not a patient. Not someone with a medical condition. By all means, if you are having a medical issue piss away. No, this was a visitor for someone in the hospital. They waited until I was busy with something and pissed by the windows, right in the middle of the floor. Who does that? Didn't even tell me they had an accident. Just left it there for someone else to slip on. People are assholes.

Got William's new phone up and running. Number is the same, but it's a LG Volt, a clone of mine. Not a high end phone by any means, but his LG Tribute was driving him batty. At least he'll have some storage on the SD card now, and a better interface.

Me, I'm tired. Going to bed. Been working to much again.
soobiebear: (BeerofChamps)
Dw is telling me 145 entries not copied over from LJ. Actually it's weird, says transfer complete then right below it says transfer failed. ??? Not sure which posts it failed to copy over. Everything looks ok on first glance.

Bought a motorcycle today. Guy was actually pretty decent. Ex-Army dude, decent enough neighborhood. Bike's in fair condition, some minor rust and wear issues, but all the mechanical bits are good. Back tyre needs replacing, but he gave us the new one, just hasn't put it on. William drove the bike home, god bless him. He got lost along the way when he couldn't keep up with me. Poor man has zero sense of direction. He pulled over and txted where he was, so I told him to keep going west and he didn't know where west was. I could have told him left, but I didn't know what direction he was facing. At least his mother admits she has no directional sense. William's too stubborn.

Dad's burial is scheduled for 5/15. Uugh, I don't want to go to NY for a people planting. We've already had services and said goodbye, just pop the casket in the dirt. I don't understand his family sometimes. It's not his dad, not in any real sense of what matters. It's just a fancy box with some biological waste. Not like it's gonna be open casket five months post mortem.

And need to get the car's oil changed. Wanted to do it myself but William says no. I watched how to do it and found all the right sockets and everything, he still says no. Hate to tell him that the monkeys at a quicklube or WalMart aren't going to have much more training that I do, and I can 100% guarantee you they care a lot less.

He's got jury duty tomorrow as well. One more pain in the arse to deal with. Doesn't look like it's in a good neighborhood and it's far away from here, so I hope he doesn't get picked. I'd kick up a fuss about the back injury and needing to charge and weasel my way out of it but he probably won't.

Baking Fail

Aug. 6th, 2015 02:50 pm
soobiebear: (BlackCrows)
Tried to make these last night as per the recipe given and they pretty much failed horrifically. The taste was ok, but the directions are shameful. Going to have to re-work it.


Chocolate Frosted Sugar Cookie Bars

Yield: 9 large bars or 16 smaller bars

Prep Time: 25 minutes

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Total Time: 50 minutes
Ingredients:
For the sugar cookie bars:

1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
1 1/2 teaspoons cornstarch
3/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon fine salt
1 stick (4 ounces) unsalted butter, at room temperature
2 ounces cream cheese, at room temperature
3/4 cup granulated sugar
1 large egg plus 1 egg yolk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

For the chocolate frosting (double all this):

1 1/2 sticks (6 ounces) unsalted butter, at room temperature
1 1/4 cups powdered sugar, sifted
1/3 cup cocoa powder, sifted
3 tablespoons heavy cream
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/8 teaspoon salt
Rainbow sprinkles

Directions:
To make the bars:

Preheat the oven to 350°F. Line an 8 by 8-inch baking pan with foil, leaving an overhang on all sides.

In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, cornstarch, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.

In a large bowl, use an electric mixer to beat the butter, cream cheese, and sugar on medium-high speed until well combined and smooth, about 3 minutes. Add the egg, egg yolk, and vanilla and beat until combined. On low speed, gradually add the flour mixture and beat until combined.

Press the dough into the prepared pan. Bake for 25 minutes, or until lightly golden brown on top. Place the pan on a wire rack and let cool completely.
To make the frosting:

In a large bowl, use an electric mixer to beat the butter on medium-high speed until creamy, about 2 minutes. On low speed add in the powdered sugar, cream, vanilla, salt, and cocoa. Increase speed to high and beat for 3 minutes, or until light and fluffy.

Remove the bars from the pan using the foil overhang. Let cool. Frost with a thick layer of frosting. Sprinkle with sprinkles before cutting into squares. Serve or store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 days or in the fridge for up to 5 days.
soobiebear: (Susan)
Stolen from Iowa Girl Eats blog.

Was worried about how it would turn out. Soups can be notoriously fickle things. Thankfully this was a winner, the smoky bacon with the poblano and bite of the corn... Delicious. Enough for me to post and save to make again later.

Serves 4-5
Ingredients

2 poblano peppers
6 slices bacon, chopped
2 leeks, white and light green parts only, cut in half then thinly sliced (I cheated/cheaped out and used 3/4 of an onion - still good)
salt and pepper
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 medium-sized potato, peeled then chopped into 1/2" dice (about 1 cup)
2 cups chicken broth
2 cups milk, divided
1 cup sweet corn, fresh or frozen
2 Tablespoons all-purpose flour
fresh chopped cilantro, for garnish (optional)

Directions

Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Lightly rub poblano peppers with extra virgin olive oil then place on a foil-lined baking sheet. Roast for 20 minutes, flipping halfway through then transfer peppers to a large ziplock bag to steam. Once cool enough to handle, peel off skin, remove stem and seeds, and then chop (can be done ahead of time.)
Meanwhile, crisp bacon in a large soup pot over medium heat. Remove to a paper towel lined plate to drain, reserving 2 Tablespoons bacon grease in the pot. Add leeks, season with salt and pepper, and then saute until tender and caramelized, 5-7 minutes. Add garlic then saute until fragrant, 30 seconds. Add potatoes and peppers into the pot then stir to coat.
Whisk flour and 1/2 cup milk together in a small dish then set aside. Add remaining milk and chicken broth to the pot, season with salt and tons of cracked black pepper, then turn heat to medium-high to bring stoup to a bubble, stirring frequently. Turn heat back down to medium then simmer until the potatoes are softened, 5 minutes. Stream in milk and flour mixture while stirring then continue to simmer until stoup is slightly thickened, 5 minutes.
Add cooked bacon and sweet corn to the pot then simmer until corn is warmed through. Taste then add more salt and pepper if necessary, ladle into bowls, and then serve sprinkled with fresh cilantro, if desired.

RIP Poopie

Apr. 5th, 2015 08:34 pm
soobiebear: (preston)
Lucky passed away. Found him this morning. He was already cold, there was nothing I could do. Poor old guy must have died overnight. He didn't want to eat his dinner last night. I prodded him to eat a bit, but he just didn't want it. Guess he was sicker than I thought. I feel bad that he's gone, but he doesn't hurt anymore. I just hope that whatever happened it didn't hurt him too much. Got him down to the Doggie Funeral Home in the morning a bit after I found him. I never had a dog die on me like that, they've always had to be put down. I think he was about 14 or so, don't really know but he had a good life for when we had him. What a bummer for a holiday.


Needless to say I'm a bit off kilter today. Been trying to to think about it here at work, but you can't totally separate life out. It's been busy, that's helping to keep it pushed away. The other dogs aren't even noticing that he's gone. Red licked my face while I was crying, but the trio just doesn't care.


Have to pick up the rest of his stuff when I get home. He didn't have any toys, but he had a bed and a blanket and a food bowl. His collar is still upstairs by the bathtub where I had to clean him up last week. It never went back on him.



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soobiebear: (Billy)
Been a while since I put up a recipe. Like everything else, this was a previously published recipe until I got cooking and realized I didn't have something I needed. So, technically it is mine, while based off of someone else's work. William ate two bowls of it, so it must be good. The 'four' servings suggestion is just that. It won't fill two hungry Americans.



One Pot Creamy Jalapeno Chicken and Rice

Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
35 mins

Serves: 4 or so
Ingredients

3 tablespoons butter
1 tablespoon oil
1½ lbs boneless, skinless chicken breast, cut to bite sized
Salt and pepper, to taste
6 jalapeno peppers, seeded and diced, plus more to garnish
2 cloves garlic, minced
1½ cups rice
2 cups chicken stock
½ teaspoon cumin
½ teaspoon onion powder
½ teaspoon chili powder
5 sprigs green onion, sliced, plus more to garnish
½ cup milk
4 oz fresh mozarella cheese, cubed
4 oz cheddar cheese, shredded
¼ cup breadcrumbs, to top (optional)
Cilantro, to garnish


Directions

In a large, high-walled skillet over medium-high heat, melt the butter and oil together. Season the cubed chicken breast with salt and pepper and then add to the pot. Add in the diced jalapenos and saute until the chicken has browned and the jalapeno has softened, stirring and turning often, about 3 minutes. Add in the garlic and saute until fragrant, about one minute.
Add the rice, spices, and chicken stock and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low, cover, and cook until the rice is tender and has absorbed the majority of the liquid, about 10-15 minutes.
Add in the green onion, milk, mozarella, and cheddar cheese, and stir until completely melted and evenly distributed.
Transfer to oven safe dishes (or keep in the pot, if oven-safe) and sprinkle with breadcrumb. Or douse, as to your preference. Broil until the tops have browned lightly, 1-2 minutes. Garnish with cilantro, sliced jalapeno, and green onion and serve warm.


What I'd wished I'd done:

Used arborio rice instead of just plain white rice. Would give it more of a risotto feel and have the rice be more substantial.
Not de-seeded all the jalapenos, even the garnish. Flavor was great, but there was no typical jalapeno kick. Next time I'll leave a few seeds in there.

Festivus

Dec. 25th, 2014 07:44 am
soobiebear: (Default)
Christmas. Whatever one wants to call it.

Went to Christy's last night. They had their traditional Spanish pig roast. Hated to tell her it wasn't the best eats out there. Ended up sitting in the smokers lounge with her sister's husband who we really get along with. If fact William said he's coming over tomorrow. Will be good for William to hang out with another construction type guy for a while.

Ficmas - proud of the one story I did and the recipient seems to have. Liked it. Other two - meh. I got two written for me, haven't read them yet. Lots of people I've never heard of requesting fics and very few new writers. Sad.

The MegaDave camp right now... people are going to shit themselves. Tamodachi. Good thing MF is so laid back and willing to forgive. There were some pretty bad things said back in the day, and M had a good run of luck in his adopted country.

William opened his presents. He was ok with the bred dipper set and the skull shirt, but he loved the Brian May book. He sat on the couch and flipped through it for an hour, left the music running in his zone. I don't think he planned on sitting out with me that long. At least he liked it.

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