Dream job

Feb. 26th, 2011 12:26 am
catling42: ([firefly] river)
Posted last week on CraigsList... if only it weren't in the wrong direction from where I want to be spending more of my time.....

Massage Therapist for Holistic Medical Center (Worcester)


We are a growing integrated holistic medical center and our massage practice is expanding. We are looking for another massage therapist to help meet this demand, as well as work to bring in more clientele to build their volume. Therapist would be an independent contractor – commission basis, and no rent to be paid.

We currently offer acupuncture, chiropractic, massage therapy, nutrition and sports medicine. All of our practitioners meet weekly for a round table discussion to determine the best course of treatment for each individual. If you are a people person, don't like the isolation of working alone and you love working on teams - this is an exciting way to practice!

Set your own hours, fairly flexible. Great opportunity to start off with a busy schedule. Looking for someone energetic and motivated - being a team player is a MUST!

Interviews will be conducted over the next couple weeks. If interested, please respond via email and we will contact you shortly. Thanks so much!
catling42: (but i can't leave this world behind)
.... but here's 2010 in review, anyway.


1. What did you do in 2010 that you'd never done before?
Made a career decision and stuck with it through training. Moved in with my boyfriend. Moved out of the city.

2. Did you keep your new year's resolutions, and will you make more for next year?
I don't think I had a resolution last year, besides focusing on health. This year I am doing similarly. Perhaps I'll get around to the Resolution Revolution thing.

3. Did anyone close to you give birth?
Yes! Babies all over this year!

4. Did anyone close to you die?
Miranda, my wonderful, best-friend cat I knew since I was eleven.

5. What countries did you visit?
nada. I just spent a lot of time driving to and from New Hampshire.

6. What would you like to have in 2011 that you lacked in 2010?
Better health and fitness. Time to cook delicious, healthy food and share it with friends. Time to see old friends and make new ones. A great massage therapy practice!

7. What dates from 2010 will be forever etched in your memory?
December 13 - graduation!

8. What was your biggest achievement of the year?
Graduating from NHITA and getting my Massage Therapy license. Hands down, that one was an easy question.

9. What was your biggest failure?
Hm. Biggest failure? Letting myself get so out of shape, perhaps.

10. Did you suffer illness or injury?
Nothing major this year, thank heavens.

11. What was the best thing you bought?
I'd like to think that renting this apartment has been a pretty decent decision. Um, also, hotdamn, my black Erika Fluevogs!

12. Whose behavior merited celebration?
My friends. Anthony. Melanie. Myself, sometimes.

13. Whose behavior made you appalled and depressed?
The director of my school. Anthony, sometimes. Myself, sometimes.

14. Where did most of your money go?
Let's see. The money I don't have went to school. The money I did have went to rent and food. Pretty much same as last year.

15. What did you get really, really, really excited about?
Starting school! Finishing school! Baking excellent things without conventional ingredients. Baby tiger snuggles!!!!

16. What song will always remind you of 2010?
the stuff by Ingrid Michaelson and the like that was always on at PaperSource.


17. Compared to this time last year are you:
i. happier or sadder? happier
ii. thinner or fatter? fatter. :(
iii. richer or poorer? the same, but with better prospects and more debt.

18. What do you wish you'd done more of?
artwork - the second half of the year I did none... school kept me too busy. travelling, visiting friends.

19. What do you wish you'd done less of?
DRIVING!!!

20. How will you be spending Christmas? I spent Christmas at my parents', as usual.

21. Did you fall in love in 2009? Nope, still here.

22. How many one-night stands? Um. One.

23. What was your favorite TV program? Dr. Who and Avatar: The Last Air Bender

24. Do you hate anyone now that you didn't hate this time last year? Again: I don't think I've had reason to hate anyone this year. I'm not so big on hating. I'm really glad to never have to see Janet Alexis again, though.

25. What was the best book you read? schooooollllllll booooooksssss.

26. What was your greatest musical discovery? Moving in with Anthony has lead to a lot of interesting music happening in our house. But I think my favorite is still listening to my friends play.

27. What did you want to do and get?
Finished school and got my Massage Therapy license!!! Moved in with Anthony. Met baby tigers!!!!!!!

28. What did you want and not get?
Free time.

29. What was your favorite film of this year? I had time to see movies?

30. What did you do on your birthday, and how old were you? I turned 27.... holy crap. I didn't have to go to school that day! No idea what I did, though. Probably made cupcakes.

31. What one thing would have made your year more satisfying? School not being an hour away.

32. How would you describe your fashion concept in 2010? school: scrub pants/yoga pants. externship: pale blue school polo shirt. borders: goth barista. the rest of the time: COLORS, dammit! Also, my hair got LONG.

33. What kept you sane? Anthony, kitties, Melanie, my mom, having my friends around and understanding that I was too damn busy to do much most of the time.

34. Which celebrity/public figure did you fancy the most?
David Tennant. Still.

35. What political issue stirred you the most? Tea party, healthcare reform.

36. What is one thing you would go back and re-do if you could? Hmm. Missing certain days of school.

37. Who was the best new person you met? I hope I keep in touch with Colleen from school.

38. Tell us a valuable life lesson you learned in 2010.
I am actually good at something, for reals.

39. Quote a song lyric that sums up your year.
Hm. I suck at this question.




(Aaaand, previous years' for comparison..... the tag goes back to 2004.)
catling42: (mal)
Have finished torturing my cats for the year day. Vet this morning. Both look good and healthy, nice coats, good teeth. Got rabies and distemper shots. Kaylee is 11.0 lbs, Mal is 15.6 lbs, both about the same as last year. The vet was fantastic. Definitely my favourite vet of all. He was gentle and firm with them, personable, and they were very well behaved. (Dr. David Tubman at Cambridge Veterinary, for those interested.) They are, of course, both ticked at me, but very healthy and that is good.

Also, I might get to do an externship there, doing massage work on the staff. They sounded pretty enthused by the idea. Yay :)
catling42: ([mal] heaven's just a thin blue line)
I am twitchy. This is probably not news; I have been particularly prickly lately.

Today was my first day of massage school. One of my housemates brought me flowers last night to celebrate. It was a half day, and pretty good; I was up by 6:15 and out by 7:20 to get there for the 8:30 class start. We got our books, did orientation crap, and then had the first Anatomy and Physiology 1 lecture. It is weird to be in school again. Or rather, it doesn't feel weird at all, because I've taken random classes and workshops off and on... I suspect it will feel weird in a few weeks. I don't have much homework yet, just read through the material from today's class, maybe some workbook pages, and to make flash cards (omg, I get to make flash cards!).

I'm trying to decide if its worth recording the lectures (a suggestion by the director)... if today is indicative, it is completely unnecessary. For A&P1, we get notes in a handout with spaces to write the few "most important" things that are on the powerpoint, and we go through it all, slowly. Sometimes I forget that I went to Smith when people tell me something is going to be challenging. Yeah, I'll have to actually study the material, but really? I've never taken a class elsewhere that approached some of my Smith classes. (/snob)

So, anyway, I'm going to have an hour commute to school twice a week. This is my call for music -- cds, playlists, mp3s, things that will keep me awake and upbeat driving up there at 7am. Please please please! I love mixes, but I am terrible at making them. I will trade you a... crafty thingum of some sort.

What else have I been doing? I'm looking for the perfect lunch carrying device. I've been searching through bento boxes and tupperware-y versions and have some ideas. There are apparently a few places to eat out for lunch near school (we get an hour break), but I think I am allergic to all of them. Stupid food allergies. Unfortunately, school has no microwave, so I'm going to be doing cold lunches for a while. At some point I need to get an insulated thermos thing for soups.

I did spend a few bucks on cute accessories to hold sauces and peanut butter and such in my lunch.
cute lunch )

I am also drooling over apartments. Not that I am moving for a long time, but lately I've been feeling particularly confined here, partly because of the kitchen-sharing difficulties that come with food allergies, partly because I just have too much stuff to share space with so many people. I suppose that's what happens when you do a little of EVERYTHING. My little space gets out of control so quickly. 'Course it's harder to keep up with it injured.

Foot's mostly better (*knocks on wood*). Yesterday it was really sore; I'd gone to yoga on Saturday and did too much standing at the gym on Friday and then walked around shops with no crutches. Whoops. I am down to one crutch, at least, and only really for stairs and long distances. But I just want to be done!

If you want to know what having dinner with my boyfriend and his dad is like, these are the jokes for you. (Also, the oatmeal is just awesome in general. I keep finding cool stuff there.)

Other interesting things:
-East Boston cat called to jury duty

-safeguard your digital camera--take a few photos which you never delete

-husband talks in his sleep, wife writes it down. hilarious

-courtesy of [livejournal.com profile] rustycoon, this song/video is pretty fantastic, and sure got the message across.
catling42: (Default)
And now for 2009 Year in Review: (first sentence/bit of first post each month)

January (1): I wound up getting to go up to the party at the Castle last night, even though I didn't think I'd manage due to snow.

February (1): I am so tired. Apparently I'm not really sleeping again, though at least I am sleeping a little.

March (1): You ever feel like a day was made just for you? I woke up yesterday morning and stretched across the bed, found a kitten sleeping on either side of me.

April (2): April Fool's Day: best day to officially start a relationship ever.

May (6): Apparently when I have some things in my life that are going really well and I feel satisfied with, the unsatisfying bits show up with more glaring contrast.

June (5): Terrible horrible no good very bad dreams all morning. Dreamt it was snowing; I was angry that it is a week before my birthday and snowing and I'm supposed to leave.

July (20 - not writing much, apparently): OMG, my artwork is for sale in Cambridge Naturals in Porter Square!!! A real shop with real walls and floors and PEOPLE.

August (3): Hello, world. I am, I think, off the no-sugar diet for now. Yesterday I ordered the cake for my party and wound up with an ice cream cone.

September (3): Oh, things and stuff. I went to see a naturopathic doctor yesterday.

October (5): I've been writing a little about my experiments in not eating gluten, and how much better I feel. It is not 100%, but it is a huge difference.

November (Uhh, I didn't post at ALL in November) ... here's Oct 30: I have been on a complete purging and reorganizing binge.

December (1): *sigh* Do you ever have days where it just feels like, if there is a god, it really really hates you?


Holy crow, I need to write more. Whoops.

1. What did you do in 2009 that you'd never done before?
Had sex with a boy. Maintained a healthy relationship. Didn't go home for Thanksgiving. Took out student loans. Baked bread. Went on a strict diet. Got my artwork in a shop. Broke a bone.

2. Did you keep your new year's resolutions, and will you make more for next year?
My Resolution Revolution words this year were explore and center. I'm not sure how well I did, really. Most of my plans and plots for the year were thrown off by uncontrollable circumstances (stupid illness).

3. Did anyone close to you give birth?
nope.

4. Did anyone close to you die?
nope.

5. What countries did you visit?
None. Not even any new states. Barely any old states.

6. What would you like to have in 2010 that you lacked in 2009?
Health. A home. A solid career, though that'll wait 'til school is done, I suppose, so how about prospects. (To know what the heck I'm doing.) More visiting with friends.

7. What dates from 2009 will be forever etched in your memory?
Feb 19. April 1.

8. What was your biggest achievement of the year?
Oh goodness. This is an incredibly hard question. Probably deciding to go to school.

9. What was your biggest failure?
Not being ready for the holiday season, business-wise. Even though it's because I got so sick, I still feel like it's a huge failure; last year I promised myself I'd be ready for it this year.

10. Did you suffer illness or injury?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

Sorry. Just. Yeah. In 3 months I went from being able to pick up and bike 30 miles for the hell of it to not being able to walk the half mile downhill to the T without feeling dead. Stupid fucking gluten. Also, still healing from breaking my left foot falling down the stairs the week of Thanksgiving.

11. What was the best thing you bought?
My computer? School, I hope... I already paid for the first semester.

12. Whose behavior merited celebration?
Anthony. For so many reasons. But mostly for being such a help as I've been so sick, for being almost-constant support, for being solid and letting me feel so much more centered and secure. Some of my housemates for helping out when I'm sick and broken. Sylvia, Kori and Jess for taking care of my broken foot-ness, too.

13. Whose behavior made you appalled and depressed?
My doctor. My digestive system. Anthony, for driving me bonkers. :p Mine, often.

14. Where did most of your money go?
Let's see. The money I don't have went to school. The money I did have went to rent and weird food to try and compensate for allergies. My computer was my biggest purchase of the year, but man did I buy a lot of weird flours.

15. What did you get really, really, really excited about?
Remembering how to make friends. Teaching. Anthony. Getting my artwork into a shop. Getting my own press. Baking stuff without normal ingredients.

16. What song will always remind you of 2009?
This Is Everything - Tegan & Sara - Under Feet Like Ours

a handful of mostly a cappella songs from that playlist of Anthony's
(ie Transit's version of Hide and Seek)


17. Compared to this time last year are you:
i. happier or sadder? happier, for sure.
ii. thinner or fatter? oh god, fatter.
iii. richer or poorer? the same.

18. What do you wish you'd done more of?
Artwork. Keeping in touch and seeing friends.

19. What do you wish you'd done less of?
Being sick. Feeling sorry for myself.

20. How will you be spending Christmas? I spent Christmas at my parents', as usual. This year was a bit rough, what with my food issues. But I made out like a bandit.

21. Did you fall in love in 2009? Yes, yes I did.

22. How many one-night stands? Okay, so, I don't really *do* one-night stands.

23. What was your favorite TV program? Dr. Who

24. Do you hate anyone now that you didn't hate this time last year? Again: I don't think I've had reason to hate anyone this year. I'm not so big on hating.

25. What was the best book you read? Hmmmmm. I didn't manage to catalogue my reading this year. What on earth did I read? Right now I'm working on the Outlander series again, which is always delicious. I know I read a bunch, I'm just mostly blanking right now.

Ooh, I know. Gluten-Free Girl by Shauna Ahern has really helped me out with feeling better about food crap.

26. What was your greatest musical discovery? Hmm. Lately I've been listening to a lot of a cappella.

27. What did you want to do and get?
Bought my own printing press! Got a kitchenaid stand mixer for Christmas.

28. What did you want and not get?
Time visiting far-away friends. A solid etsy niche for my artwork, and a better work ethic for it, too.

29. What was your favorite film of this year? Coraline (3D) or Up

30. What did you do on your birthday, and how old were you? I turned 26, though I think I'm stuck in my head at 25. I was recently home from Spring; I think I spent it with Anthony.

31. What one thing would have made your year more satisfying? Being able to eat proper food/not being sick from food/not being allergic to gluten.

32. How would you describe your fashion concept in 2009? Actually trying to look like a girl sometimes. Sweaters, this winter. Long socks, as usual.

33. What kept you sane? Anthony. My cats. Talking to Laura. Yoga, but I sure didn't do enough of it. Bike rides. Storytime.

34. Which celebrity/public figure did you fancy the most?
David Tennant.

35. What political issue stirred you the most? Um. Head in sand, all them folks denying gay marriage suck.

36. What is one thing you would go back and re-do if you could? I doubt I'd have any control over it the second time around, but can we please quit this food allergy crap?

37. Who was the best new person you met? Hm. Cera's fun at work.

38. Tell us a valuable life lesson you learned in 2009.
I can't do everything by myself. But I can do a lot, when I put my mind to it.

39. Quote a song lyric that sums up your year.

Can I come back to this question?


Hoo boy. It has both been an incredibly long and very quick year. The biggest things in it have been Anthony and my health, with a few other points of interest throughout.

(Aaaand, previous years' for comparison..... the tag goes back to 2004.)
catling42: (Default)
*sigh* Do you ever have days where it just feels like, if there is a god, it really really hates you? Or maybe you've fallen under the influence of a trickster god? 'Cause really, I can't help but feel like I'm being picked on lately, by something much bigger than me.

So first I got really sick. Went from being relatively fit and healthy (or at least getting by) to sleeping all day because I didn't have the energy to get up. Introduce: food allergies. Gluten is a jerk. Okay, that's a challenge. I can handle that. I can cook gluten-free. It is stressful going out, but at home I'm okay. Sensitivity test results come back and oh wait, dairy and eggs are jerks, too. Probably minor jerks compared to gluten, but six months off them all should help clear stuff up. Fuckshit, now what do I do? I cope. I figure out how to make pie, and bread without the conventional ingredients. Its annoying, but I'm going to win.

And then I fall down the goddamn fucking stairs and break my foot.

And my bedroom is on the third floor but the bathroom is on the second floor.

I am hungry and cranky and tired and want some tea and cannot really fix any of these things. My right leg is sore from hopping on it and my left leg is in a giant cast. My pants don't fit over the cast. Well, okay, there's a pair without pockets that does, but then I can't carry anything on me at all. Arg. Oh wait, and there's a pair of guy's pants that miiiight still fit me up in my closet. Sent someone to fetch them, yup they go over the cast. And barely button. ...And then when I get a ride out to maybe get another pair that fits a bit better, my unspillable mug spills water ALL OVER THEM from inside the backpack it was in. Really?

REALLY?

That's just mean.

Cut me a fucking break here.
catling42: (Default)
I have been on a complete purging and reorganizing binge. So far I have:
-Cleaned out my clothes and gotten rid of everything (okay, made a pile and eventually put it in bags to go away) that doesn't fit or has too many holes or I don't really wear or I *shouldn't* really wear (oh, favourite ugly shirt, I will miss you).
-Rearranged my entire room. Again. It looks bigger this way. And there was so much fur under stuff.
-Cleaned out my closet of crap and started using the 46 bazillion shoe boxes that have collected for storage actually for storage, and thus moved some rarely-used stuff under the bed... and found space for my yarn and fabric in the closet, with a shelf (so far) to spare.

It is unclear whether or not any of this has to do with the fever of doom.

Unfortunately, it seems, all I have left to clean is one set of shelves that has accumulated crap and (dun dun dunnnnn) The Desk, and it's companion shelves. The Desk (dun dun dunnnnn) has been left to last, because it is absolutely a horror show. *sigh* Here goes nothing, I guess.... can't be worse than waking up screaming from nightmares, right?



ETA: Also, stretching = amazing. I need to do that more often. :D
catling42: ([dean] ghost of a trace of a pale imitat)
Monday I cried and swore and threw things. Yesterday, I felt hopeful and free. I was going to heal, going to beat all this food stuff, going to make brilliant food masterpieces so I could still enjoy eating. Today, I am just tired. I want to hibernate, I want to go home, I want things to be normal. I don't know what most of that means. Normal for me is heniously sick. I want to be healthy. I don't want to wake up after going to bed early and sleeping 12 hours without moving still tired. I don't want mail and chores and laundry and crap to pile up again. But I have no energy to deal with it. And it was like that for so long, I can't trust days like yesterday, when I had the energy to get a ton done at work and smile while doing it, to walk both ways, to shop on my way home and carry my purchases the mile and giant hill home, to actually come.

I woke up hungry, but had no appetite for anything. It all tasted like sawdust. I don't want to be afraid of food. I came home yesterday to find the kitchen full of flour, a housemate in the midst of a baking spree. Where was I going to put down my groceries? Of course, it's completely fine for my housemates to bake what they want, eat food they can eat and all, but it still didn't feel good, and I don't know what to do with that. I want to hibernate. I don't want to explain my test results to A tonight, and tell him how no, I can't really eat any food we're used to right now, how hard its going to be to feed me for the next six months, how we can't really go out. Eating gluten free at his house is one thing. But on Monday, I wanted to tell him he could break up with me so he wouldn't have to deal with all this. But I don't really want that, at all.

I miss my family, but I don't know how I can go home. I can't even eat at friends' houses. Hell, I probably can't even eat at A's house, and I spend at least a third of my time there. I want to run away into someone else's life. Yesterday's energy and joy seem months away. I have so much to do....

I guess I'm going to go drag my exhausted self to the shower, finish this green tea chai, and hope I have enough energy to clean up after last night's dinner (I fell asleep before I cleaned up, oops) and go to work. I kind of just want to go back to bed, though.
catling42: (Default)
Today, I choose joy. Thank you everyone who commented on my last post. Between here and facebook, I've gotten a bunch of ideas and so much love and support. I'll get back to individual comments in a bit. I am so blessed to have you guys. So. Blessed.


Who is on their own this Thanksgiving? I was thinking, I'm not going to be able to eat anything my family makes, and if I were just avoiding gluten, I could easily go to Anthony's family's dinner, but adding dairy and eggs is just kind of a crazy pain in the butt to have anyone deal with.

BUT. On my walk home today, I invented several recipes that would make a tasty Thanksgiving dinner. So maybe I'll do my own? ...If there are people to join me.

So far I'm thinking of:

Black Forest (pine) honey glazed carrots
green beans and pine nuts sauteed in fancy olive oil
roasted butternut squash with maple salt/pepper/something
coconut milk red mashed potatoes
cranberry pomegranate turkey/cornish game hens

And something delicious for dessert. Something involving pumpkin. And something involving apples. (I haven't gotten quite that far yet.)
catling42: (Default)
I've been writing a little about my experiments in not eating gluten, and how much better I feel. It is not 100%, but it is a huge difference. I had gone, in two months, from being able to pick up and ride my bike 30 miles just because I felt like it to exhausting myself completely walking the half mile downhill to the T. Twenty-four hours off gluten, and I had more energy than I'd had in a month. The epic digestive fail stopped. The constant headaches and muscle aches and flu-like feelings stopped. This is the big picture.

I did a test one day, two weeks into not eating gluten. I ate a bowl of whole wheat pasta. It took a few hours, but then I was sick for three days, fluey, no energy to get out of bed, achey, and GI issues like woah. The minor headcold I had spiked into a ridiculous, miserable thing.

Honestly, I haven't felt as good since then as I had in the two weeks leading up to the test. I hope I feel better once I kick the rest of this cold. Not eating gluten is a challenge, especially when out. At home, I'm okay. Most of the food I really like doesn't have gluten in, anyway. It is a challenge, but one I think I can rise to. I went on a gluten-free baking bender last night, and came out of it with four different kinds of treats.

About a month ago, I had an initial appointment with a naturopath, and we sent out some blood for food sensitivity (IgG and IgA) testing. After my pasta test, I was pretty sure it'd come back with gluten or wheat being high on the list of things I shouldn't eat, probably almost the only things. Today I got those results back. Glutens and whole wheat (and spelt and rye, but not barley) had moderate reactions. All dairy products and eggs, however, had high reactions.

Okay, quick quiz. What is my favourite food? What do I snack on most? What do I bring to eat at work in my teeny 15-minute break almost every day? (Ice cream/frozen yogurt, yogurt, hard boiled eggs and yogurt.) Crap. I am at a loss, here. I don't know how to deal with food, especially my favourite foods, not being my friends. Especially when I'm already on a challenging diet, doing the no gluten thing.

The naturopath recommended that I stick with the no gluten, and in two weeks take out eggs or dairy, and then I'll have a followup in another 3 weeks. I've got a supplement to take that is supposed to help heal my GI tract. But what the heck am I supposed to eat? Most of my other frequent foods came up on with low (but not *no*) reaction, so I'm supposed to be careful of many of them, too. Honestly, gluten is something I know how to deal with. I know several people who can't eat it. But... gluten AND dairy AND eggs? (And being careful of soy, almonds, peanuts, yeasts, shellfish, coffee, mushrooms, citrus fruits and asparagus.) My world has suddenly lost all flavor, and I'm hungry but can't think of a damn thing that is tasty that I can eat. (The theory is that I stay off all these things for 6-8 months and then I can start trying to reintroduce them and see how I feel.)

I know there are things. I know I'll come up with something. But man. I feel totally deprived. The gluten free treats I know at least have eggs. It's all just shocking and new, and I kind of want to cry.
catling42: (catlorestar)
OMG, my artwork is for sale in Cambridge Naturals in Porter Square!!! A real shop with real walls and floors and PEOPLE.

It's on a consignment basis for now, but if they sell well, they'll buy them outright.

I'll make cookies for the first five people who go in there and buy something I made. Go go go!
catling42: (Default)
If you could include anything you wanted in a weekly planner design, what would you include?


I went shopping for one today, and realized I am far too picky (vertical sections for days, weekly goals column, etc), so I'm just going to design my own. It's going pretty well but feedback is always welcome. What am I forgetting? What is an awesome feature I haven't thought of?


(Hi guys, I'm back from camp. It was great.)
catling42: (Default)
Sometimes, I wake up kinda cranky and bleh for no reason and the day just doesn't seem to be working, but then all of a sudden I am overwhelmed with love for my friends and the world and everything. Bowled over by the beauty. Struck with a zillion ideas of art to make, how to make the world better, plots and schemes, ideas and dreams.

♥ ♥ &hearts, you guys make the world go 'round. Really.
catling42: ([dean] what if we don't get caught)
If you are a mac user who wants to back up your LJ to greatestjournal or insanejournal (and your computer) in light of the recent news (or just because backing up data is a good idea), this terminal tool will do it for you. Good readme info. It theoretically works for windows and linux, too, but I can't be of any use with that. I am on both of those sites as catling42.
catling42: (Default)
bwahaha. soon the aardvark will have a friend--the giraffe.

also, the front bits of my hair are vaguely purple.
catling42: (catlorestar)
Hey guyyyyys! Guess what! I opened up my etsy shop today! Go look at the pretty things! Tell people to buy them!
catling42: ([river] show me how that dancing is done)
tiny bits of kind-
ness make all the difference
in the world
catling42: ([kaylee] under wide blue skies there's)
So, a few folks on my flist do this really cool Day in the Life thing, where they take pictures to tell the story of their day. Since today was kind of a special day, I thought I'd give it a shot. It is so not dial-up friendly.

my day in pictures )
catling42: ([kaylee] collapse into me tired with joy)
Things that make me kind of unreasonably happy of late:

-lavender-scented dish soap
-red wine
-the smell of summer air coming in through the fan
-sticking my head out the window and seeing green things
-my lilies blooming, and the random fennel plant being very happy
-kale and mushrooms, especially together
-kaylee-kitten being super snuggly
-playing games, esp word games
-getting to see so many awesome people lately
-snuggling
-summer rain/thunderstorms
-having a vague plan
-minty shampoo
-faery music

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