Saturday, December 3, 2016

3 Fictional Characters



In Facebook Land over the last couple of months, people have been tagging people (including me) in this #3fictionalcharacters, where you make a little collage of the three fictional characters you identify with the most, or that sorta-kinda make up your personality.

As it happens, the three I came to settle on were all Jane Austen heroines. ...Go figure.  After all, one of my favorite things about Jane Austen is how relatable her characters are!

So I decided to do a blog post about it.

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Episode 2: One Day More!


(Ugh the angle is awful for my face in this one... >.<)

Saturday, November 12, 2016

A Short and Sappy Post About Friendships


I love to see the way that friendships evolve.  It's easiest to look at these when you do the bulk of getting to know a person through written communication (these days, generally online).  Once you've known them for a certain amount of time-- or rather, when it reaches a certain point that can't be measured by time, or by anything else-- you can look back at the earliest messages, emails, etc. and see such a change.

It's the same person.  It's always very much the same person.  Yet, there is something stilted about how they write... you can tell they're being a little more prim and proper, holding back a little, measuring their sentences.  Then, gradually, you both begin to loosen up a little.  You look at the communication and see that you're starting to pick up some of each other's vernacular-- favorite words and expressions. (At least, this happens with my friendships, because I tend to use made-up words and the people I gravitate towards also are creative in this way. ;))  Even things like punctuation might change a little, because one or the other of you decides you like the way the other person does a thing better, and you start doing it yourself.  (Example: before knowing Amy, I always did...this, instead of doing... this.  The space, you see, after the "dot dot dot.")

It just puts a smile on my face, to look back.  To see where we started, what we talked about, what mattered then.  To wonder where we'll go, what we'll talk about, and what else will matter.  To wonder what will change, and what will stay the same.  To realize that you and the other person have created something together that never existed before, as happens with all close human relationships.  That's what makes them exciting.  Each time you discover a dear friend, you discover parts of yourself that you never knew existed.

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Mamma! LIZZY! Guess WHAT!?

Well you never WILL, so I'll TELL YOU!


Like, I will actually tell you.  That, I will speak to you. For realsies.  In this video. Do watch. :D


Also, Amy has made a corresponding video, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyzpVktN6ts

And here is a link to the AGM website, for enquiring minds. :)
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