Just know my laptop's still kinda empty, so if you ask for something not on there, I'll be nice and hunt down a CD with said item on it. =3 This should be amusing at least?Computer Spying Meme
1 -- Comment with a request to see absolutely anything on my computer. My desktop, my documents, my bookmarks, my latest works in progress, my music. Whatever you're curious about. Request it!
2 -- I will respond by posting a new entry with a screenshot of the very thing you request.
Stolen from bakachuu
And today was same-old crappy-frappy day at work. I have decided beyond doubt that I am only liked by the older ladies or people in other departments. Nobody in my department even spoke to me aside from Lisa asking me how my vacation was and Brooke when I asked about my paycheck. I mean, maybe it's because I'm new and in a bad position for talking with my back to everyone in the front corner closest to circulation, working diligently (when there is work), but I'm really not feeling any love at all from my department. Yeah. Even the ladies at "mail-stuffing" talked to me. All the time. They were sweethearts. Meh. >=/
But I finished "The Memory Keeper's Daughter". That was the biggest dramafest I ever read, and I have mixed feelings. I was hooked, truly, but I'm not sure that I LOVED it. I did like the cute moments in the beginning before the secret started ripping the family apart, all the Paul/David moments and the story of how David and Norah met. Even some later drama between David and his family, like when Paul's friends destroyed David's photos and he started to open up to him a little. But on the otherhand, I want to smack Norah. Really. REALLY. I could not stand her after the kids were born. And all the photo-destroying kills me. XD If it was my artwork being burned/ripped/thrown/otherwise damaged, I'd be wailing in my grave. ^^; Relationships mebbe, drama... er... no?
On the topic of relationships, I read this really interesting sympathy ad (one I typed up for the paper, obviously) today that said something that stuck with me. It was written by the brother or sister of someone who had passed away and it essentially pointed out that each relationship is unique. The bond between you and any other person is something that can change but can never be duplicated with anyone else. It's an obvious truth, I guess, but I never thought of it in simple terms like that before. And with my characters (my original characters from alleyWAY and Shooting Star Prophecy, not Kokoro/fancharacters) and all - it's an interesting way to look at them. Rather than looking at their personalities, I think I'd like to practice linking them together by their relationships and seeing what happens.