Category: Social Butterfly

When I was in school, we had names for people who belonged in certain cliques. There were jocks, and cheerleaders, band geeks and orch dorks and theater nerds (all badges of honor, I assure you), and a whole genre of different musical preferences and subculture styles. I was classified as a social butterfly; someone who could fit in any of these circles and could flutter between them without being out of place.

Despite being a shy introvert behind all of the masks I wear, I am actually quite outgoing.

Social Butterfly

When I was in school, we had names for people who belonged in certain cliques. There were jocks, and cheerleaders, band geeks and orch dorks and theater nerds (all badges of honor, I assure you), and a whole genre of different musical preferences and subculture styles. I was classified as a social butterfly; someone who could fit in any of these circles and could flutter between them without being out of place.

Despite being a shy introvert behind all of the masks I wear, I am actually quite outgoing.

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Catching up with Sosi! @ 9:53 pm

I’m super excited that I’m chatting with Sosi right now.  Been messing around with The Pillow Game for most of today; gonna catch up with Sosi and possibly talk about art for TPG!

More Menu Changes… @ 2:50 am

I’ve made more changes to the primary menu.  I’m still working on updating the sub-menus, so those won’t be operational for a bit.  I’ll make an update post later. I’m calling it a night.

Alright… I’m Calling It. @ 3:23 am

Once again, I’ve neglected my boyfriend for creative endeavors this weekend. Although I still haven’t finished everything I wanted to — and I could theoretically squeeze some more time in before I need to go to sleep — I’m calling it a night. My new categories (and their fancy new pages) don’t all have descriptions yet, but they can wait until tomorrow before work. Right now, I want to spend what little time is left of my weekend in Bob’s arms.

Feeling Sickly @ 5:12 pm

I haven’t been feeling well this week. Got sinus fluid in my ears again. Massive, stubby-sharp-pain headaches. No fun at all.  Made a doctor’s appointment for Friday.

I Hate Saturdays… @ 3:42 am

You might think it strange that I should hate a Saturday, but I do.  Saturdays are my Sundays — in that it is the last day of my weekend.  As much as I love my job, I really wish the weekend was longer…  I have all these ideas for things I want to blog about — good long posts — but I’ve already stayed up later than I really should have.  Time for sleep.  (Work starts at 1:30 pm, Central.)

Snake in the Office @ 8:14 pm

I’m lucky enough that I get to work from home — but that can come with a few distractions.  Namely? When there’s a tiny snake in your office and you can see it while you’re on the phone with a customer… yeah.

Happy Bring Home a Puppy Day!

So, I don’t know if you know this — even though I totally mentioned it in my homage to Xander Wilson back in August — today marks the fifteenth anniversary of my favorite holiday, which I have decided should be called The Day My Parents Brought Home a Little Brother for Dusty Day.

Xander, 2009

Xander, 2009

Definitely the best investment my family ever made.  (May Dusty and Xander both rest in peace.)

In other, completely-unrelated-to-April-Fool’s-Day news, deviantART (where I post most of my artwork) has this crazy awesome new feature called thoughtART.  You can MAKE ART WITH YOUR MIND!  I totally used it and thought a painting into existence.  My subconscious mind named it Squeals of Kittens, and it’s definitely the best painting I’ve ever painted with my brain.

Then, I decided to check in at DramaFever (where I watch all of my K-Dramas) and would you believe they’ve got a new feature too?  They are replacing all subtitles with emoji — you know, smilies and emotive icons and what not.

Well, I couldn’t understand all of that gibberish emoji stuff (it’s not really my thing), so I went to ThinkGeek to shop for some fangirl paraphernalia.  I they now have Rosetta Stone: Learn to Speak Klingon — which is GREAT news because now when I watch episodes of Star Trek and TNG, I won’t have to read the subtitles when they’re speaking in Klingon!  Isn’t that awesome?!


I thought so.  xD

Lots of Things To Do @ 11:35 pm

I have a huge list of website stuff I need-slash-want to do, but I don’t have the will power to get any of it done at the moment.  I will post about my ideas for the changes to help motivate me — but I’ll post it later.

#Procrastination #ICan’tBelieveIJustUsedAHashtag