My posts have been full of gloom and grump of late, so I wanted to make a post of airy lightness and fluffy skunks. And then my network card belly-uped, so I can no longer access the Internet on the computer upstairs, Hobkin sicked up his lunch, and HP still hasn’t shipped back my laptop.
*gurgle* Calmblueocean. Calmblueocean!
I could really use some humor. Fortunately, my flist/reading list is chock full of excellent writers, Hobkin, though ill is still undeniably cute, and the AP occasionally throws me a bone.
Okay, that giggle fix was unmitigated schadenfreude. Bad me. (*snerk*) For something completely different (and wholesome), skunk pictures:
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This is the sight that often greets me when I wake up in the morning.
And finally, patricia_kirby is a talented writer (with whom I’m sharing a ToC in Modern Magic). She provides a very helpful (and hilarious) primer on the nature of horses in fiction (heroic fantasy writers especially, take note): Horses For Dummies and Writers (. . . And Editors).
And as a continuation of this positive post (brought to you by the letter “G” and the number Pi), I discovered that Jason Sizemore nominated “Oranges, Lemons, and Thou Beside Me” for the Southeast Science Fiction Awards (SESFA) 2005 Best Short Fiction category.
Okay, back to my regularly scheduled grousing . . .