cyllan: (Default)
( Mar. 8th, 2010 04:59 pm)
It's somewhere over a bazillion degrees in my office right now which is sapping the life out of my will to work. Furthermore, I want to be at home working on the Irish folk-songs that the Rat and I are planning to sing for the Bit's school in a few weeks, and I want to look up my notes on I, Robot and post them for Book Club discussion. Since none of these things are really feasible right this second, I'm meandering in my journal.

We went hiking this weekend with the kiddo, and for all that she talked non-stop, it was a lovely walk. This weekend was gorgeous, and I demand more weather like that. Spring can't get here fast enough at this point. It's on the way though! There are flowers coming up in my yard, and I can see the start of buds cracking on some of the trees. Spring spring spring!

There's not much else to report. Thoughts on I, Robot coming soon though!
cyllan: (Default)
( Mar. 24th, 2008 05:42 pm)
Dear Fascist Weather Bully Boys:

Enough is enough. You have not only met your quota for Weird March Weather, you have now gone above and beyond the call of duty. We do not need snow in March; it is utterly unnecessary and, quite frankly, wrong. The rapid shifts from warm to cold and back again are playing merry hell on my sinuses and my wardrobe. Please to be done now; I want my real spring.

Love and Kisses,
Lilisonna

P.S.

All will be forgiven if this is merely an attempt to rein in the pollen count.
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( Mar. 27th, 2007 11:17 am)
Dear Trees:

Enough with the PDAs already. Your spooge is making my car all nasty, and I can't breathe.

Love, but no kisses,
Lilisonna
It's spring! Hurrah, hurray!

Now, it's cold spring at the moment, but it's still spring. Things are blooming, birds are chirping, and it's all turning green. I love spring.

tLD appears to be cutting a tooth. This is a somewhat irksome process as she is indeterminately fussy and dislinclined to sleep well. Hopefully this will be over soon.

Georgia appears poised to pass a bill permitting elective bible-as-lit classes in high school. This fails to bother me. Should it?
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