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For some reason I've been thinking a lot lately about one of the major messages from Louisa May Alcott's book Little Women and its sequels. The message is basically that you need to find a balance in life between work and play, and it's most clearly expressed in Chapter 11 - Experiments. Here's what I see as the money quote, from the very end of the chapter: "Have regular hours for work and play, make each day both useful and pleasant, and prove that you understand the worth of time by employing it well. Then youth will be delightful, old age will bring few regrets, and life become a beautiful success".

I feel like I'm not doing a very good job finding that balance. I get my eight hours of paid work in everyday, but it doesn't feel particularly useful. In theory I'm making a difference to people's lives, but that difference is so abstracted from what I do that it's hard to see. I put in another hour or two of work at home making dinner most evenings, and try to do some other random chores around the house then too, but I'm so drained by my unsatifying day job that all I want to do when I get home is collapse. So most days when I'm done with work and chores that's all I do. I plop myself in front of my computer and proceed to not accomplish anything for 3 or 4 hours. I'm not knitting, I'm not writing, I'm not embroidering, I'm not crafting, I'm not even playing Sims. I'm just bouncing from website to website, reading a little then moving on.

One of the few websites that has really been speaking to me is Down To Earth. Rhonda blogs about homemaking as her vocation, and makes it sound appealing in a lot of ways. There's definitely a significant part of me that would like to go that route. It seems like the days I feel most accomplished are the ones that I spend going back and forth between household projects and personal ones. I go to bed at the end of a day like that and I'm both physically and mentally tired, but feel satisfied, not drained.

I don't know... I said these weren't very articulate thoughts. :)
jennythereader: (A Classic is a Book that has never finis)
For some reason I've been thinking a lot lately about one of the major messages from Louisa May Alcott's book Little Women and its sequels. The message is basically that you need to find a balance in life between work and play, and it's most clearly expressed in Chapter 11 - Experiments. Here's what I see as the money quote, from the very end of the chapter: "Have regular hours for work and play, make each day both useful and pleasant, and prove that you understand the worth of time by employing it well. Then youth will be delightful, old age will bring few regrets, and life become a beautiful success".

I feel like I'm not doing a very good job finding that balance. I get my eight hours of paid work in everyday, but it doesn't feel particularly useful. In theory I'm making a difference to people's lives, but that difference is so abstracted from what I do that it's hard to see. I put in another hour or two of work at home making dinner most evenings, and try to do some other random chores around the house then too, but I'm so drained by my unsatifying day job that all I want to do when I get home is collapse. So most days when I'm done with work and chores that's all I do. I plop myself in front of my computer and proceed to not accomplish anything for 3 or 4 hours. I'm not knitting, I'm not writing, I'm not embroidering, I'm not crafting, I'm not even playing Sims. I'm just bouncing from website to website, reading a little then moving on.

One of the few websites that has really been speaking to me is Down To Earth. Rhonda blogs about homemaking as her vocation, and makes it sound appealing in a lot of ways. There's definitely a significant part of me that would like to go that route. It seems like the days I feel most accomplished are the ones that I spend going back and forth between household projects and personal ones. I go to bed at the end of a day like that and I'm both physically and mentally tired, but feel satisfied, not drained.

I don't know... I said these weren't very articulate thoughts. :)
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Body: A little stuffed up, but nothing seems to hurt too much.

Stress Level: 2

Reading: Work: a Story of Experience by Louisa May Alcott

Hearing: My usual random mix of music.

Etsy Find: A make-up mystery bag. Seems like a fun idea.

Tonight's Project: Just the gym.

Randomness: Friday night I drove south to see The Carolina Chocolate Drops with my friend Katie. Their music is hard to describe, but wonderful. If you get a chance to see them I highly recommend taking it.

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Body: A little stuffed up, but nothing seems to hurt too much.

Stress Level: 2

Reading: Work: a Story of Experience by Louisa May Alcott

Hearing: My usual random mix of music.

Etsy Find: A make-up mystery bag. Seems like a fun idea.

Tonight's Project: Just the gym.

Randomness: Friday night I drove south to see The Carolina Chocolate Drops with my friend Katie. Their music is hard to describe, but wonderful. If you get a chance to see them I highly recommend taking it.

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Body: Meh. Nothing specific seems wrong, but I don't feel right.

Stress Level: 4. I'm not sure why, but things that shouldn't bother me at all have been bothering me a lot the last few days. Hopefully this and the body meh-ness are both hormonal and will go away on a few days.

Book Review: I finished Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain the other day. It's Mark Twain, so you know that every page was both interesting and entertaining. Rating: 8 out of 10, and the only reason it loses those 2 points is because I prefer either straight memoirs or straight general histories, not mixes of the two.

Reading: I know I started something last night, but I don't remember what. At work I'm reading Luminosity. In the author's own words - "The history and character of the Twilight world are intact in Luminosity up to the point where the story begins, with one exception: Bella's a rational self-awareness-junkie with a penchant for writing down everything that crosses her mind in a notebook. She maintains many of the traits and dispositions of canon - and Luminosity is a Bella/Edward story - but she's a distinctly different character." I'm a couple chapters in, and it's pretty interesting so far. I may actually have to read the Twilight series at some point so that I can make comparisons.

Hearing: My usual random mix of music.

Etsy Find: Pretty, hand-dyed silk ribbons. For necklaces or crafty uses.

Tonight's Project: Dinner with the gang, maybe crafting of some sort. Maybe I'll do some cordialling. I haven't done that in a while.

Randomness: All sorts of random biggish projects bouncing around my head, but none of them are things I'm really in the mood to do. Some of them are things that need to happen anyway.

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Body: Meh. Nothing specific seems wrong, but I don't feel right.

Stress Level: 4. I'm not sure why, but things that shouldn't bother me at all have been bothering me a lot the last few days. Hopefully this and the body meh-ness are both hormonal and will go away on a few days.

Book Review: I finished Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain the other day. It's Mark Twain, so you know that every page was both interesting and entertaining. Rating: 8 out of 10, and the only reason it loses those 2 points is because I prefer either straight memoirs or straight general histories, not mixes of the two.

Reading: I know I started something last night, but I don't remember what. At work I'm reading Luminosity. In the author's own words - "The history and character of the Twilight world are intact in Luminosity up to the point where the story begins, with one exception: Bella's a rational self-awareness-junkie with a penchant for writing down everything that crosses her mind in a notebook. She maintains many of the traits and dispositions of canon - and Luminosity is a Bella/Edward story - but she's a distinctly different character." I'm a couple chapters in, and it's pretty interesting so far. I may actually have to read the Twilight series at some point so that I can make comparisons.

Hearing: My usual random mix of music.

Etsy Find: Pretty, hand-dyed silk ribbons. For necklaces or crafty uses.

Tonight's Project: Dinner with the gang, maybe crafting of some sort. Maybe I'll do some cordialling. I haven't done that in a while.

Randomness: All sorts of random biggish projects bouncing around my head, but none of them are things I'm really in the mood to do. Some of them are things that need to happen anyway.

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Body: Everything seems OK this morning. Although... I'm sneezing a lot. Hopefully this doesn't mean I'm coming down with a cold.

Stress Level: 1

Reading: I'm still reading Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain.

Hearing: Music so far, and probably podcasts later.

Etsy Find: Tubes of Win. These are not exactly lip gloss, and not exactly lip balm, and not exactly lipstick, but they sound really cool. You can also buy the individual colors separately.

Project Follow-up: Had a really great visit with my friends. One of the highlights was going to see The King's Speech. It was perfect. One of the best movies I've ever seen in my life.

Tonight's Project: Gym, and I'm not sure what else.

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Body: Everything seems OK this morning. Although... I'm sneezing a lot. Hopefully this doesn't mean I'm coming down with a cold.

Stress Level: 1

Reading: I'm still reading Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain.

Hearing: Music so far, and probably podcasts later.

Etsy Find: Tubes of Win. These are not exactly lip gloss, and not exactly lip balm, and not exactly lipstick, but they sound really cool. You can also buy the individual colors separately.

Project Follow-up: Had a really great visit with my friends. One of the highlights was going to see The King's Speech. It was perfect. One of the best movies I've ever seen in my life.

Tonight's Project: Gym, and I'm not sure what else.

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Body: My right hip and knee keep feeling like they're about to fail, but nothing actually hurts. I can live with that as long as I don't have to do too much walking.

Stress Level: 1

Book Review: Everyday Foods in War Time by Mary Swartz Rose. An interesting look at what sort of nutrition advice the experts were giving homemakers during WWI. The government was asking people to reduce their intake of meat, wheat, sugar, and fat; and this book was written to help women figure out how to make healthy and satisfying meals while still keeping those ingredients to a minimum. It's clearly written and most of the broad advice about how to eat a balanced diet is still useful, but it's incomplete by today's standards. I hadn't realized that they still only knew about a couple of the vitamins that late. The recipes at the back look interesting, and I may actually try a couple of them. Rating: 6 out of 10. If you ignore the detailed advice and just look at the recipes and big picture suggestions it might go as high as 7 out of 10. Not loanable through the Kindle, but since it's a freebie that doesn't really matter.

Reading: I started Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain. I didn't get very far in, but so far it's pretty good.

Hearing: Musical pinball. My iPod is going from Glam Rock to Frank Sinatra to Doo-wop to Folk to The Grateful Dead to Santana to CPR to Arlo Guthrie to Broadway.

Etsy Find: 6 "_____ More" buttons

Project Follow-up: We tried someplace new for dinner last night. Mr. Aisan has wonderful sushi and very good tempura. The stuff Jaime and Jenn ordered looked good too.

Tonight's Project: I'm getting out of work at 3:30 and hitting the road for a weekend downstate with friends.

Randomness: Look at the above sentence and see if you can figure out which word in it makes me think I've been living in New York for too long.

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Body: My right hip and knee keep feeling like they're about to fail, but nothing actually hurts. I can live with that as long as I don't have to do too much walking.

Stress Level: 1

Book Review: Everyday Foods in War Time by Mary Swartz Rose. An interesting look at what sort of nutrition advice the experts were giving homemakers during WWI. The government was asking people to reduce their intake of meat, wheat, sugar, and fat; and this book was written to help women figure out how to make healthy and satisfying meals while still keeping those ingredients to a minimum. It's clearly written and most of the broad advice about how to eat a balanced diet is still useful, but it's incomplete by today's standards. I hadn't realized that they still only knew about a couple of the vitamins that late. The recipes at the back look interesting, and I may actually try a couple of them. Rating: 6 out of 10. If you ignore the detailed advice and just look at the recipes and big picture suggestions it might go as high as 7 out of 10. Not loanable through the Kindle, but since it's a freebie that doesn't really matter.

Reading: I started Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain. I didn't get very far in, but so far it's pretty good.

Hearing: Musical pinball. My iPod is going from Glam Rock to Frank Sinatra to Doo-wop to Folk to The Grateful Dead to Santana to CPR to Arlo Guthrie to Broadway.

Etsy Find: 6 "_____ More" buttons

Project Follow-up: We tried someplace new for dinner last night. Mr. Aisan has wonderful sushi and very good tempura. The stuff Jaime and Jenn ordered looked good too.

Tonight's Project: I'm getting out of work at 3:30 and hitting the road for a weekend downstate with friends.

Randomness: Look at the above sentence and see if you can figure out which word in it makes me think I've been living in New York for too long.

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Body: Everything seems OK so far.

Stress Level: 3

Book Review: I've heard such good things about Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace that last night I decided to give it a try. At the end of the free sample chapters I felt like my brains had been replaced with silly putty. I'm not going to give it a number rating because I don't think I can do so fairly. I will say that I might give it another try someday, when I haven't already had the sort of day that yesterday was, but that day won't come soon.

Reading: After reading the above I flailed around trying to find something sufficiently light and fluffy to let my brain re-form itself. Nothing quite worked, and eventually I gave up and went to sleep. Had odd dreams all night.

Hearing: Random music that I've liked enough in the past to give 2 or more stars to in iTunes.

Etsy Find: Toniette's Treasure Box: a gorgeous chest, designed specifically to hold BPAL bottles. This is the smallest of the three designs he offers.

Project Follow-up: Partial success on the swap: the spending limit is $10, and between Target and the dollar store in the same plaza I found $7 worth of stuff. I'll try Michaels some time this weekend. I didn't make any progress on the dishes but Tom got sick of my putting it off and did some himself. And I did get another couple of yards of the tangle un-tangled.

Tonight's Project: Gym and dinner with the gang.

Randomness: What's a song you love the music, but hate the lyrics? Or other way around? For example - "If He Moves His Lips" by Shemekia Copeland has some of the most depressingly cynical words I've ever heard, paired with great up-beat music.

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Body: Everything seems OK so far.

Stress Level: 3

Book Review: I've heard such good things about Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace that last night I decided to give it a try. At the end of the free sample chapters I felt like my brains had been replaced with silly putty. I'm not going to give it a number rating because I don't think I can do so fairly. I will say that I might give it another try someday, when I haven't already had the sort of day that yesterday was, but that day won't come soon.

Reading: After reading the above I flailed around trying to find something sufficiently light and fluffy to let my brain re-form itself. Nothing quite worked, and eventually I gave up and went to sleep. Had odd dreams all night.

Hearing: Random music that I've liked enough in the past to give 2 or more stars to in iTunes.

Etsy Find: Toniette's Treasure Box: a gorgeous chest, designed specifically to hold BPAL bottles. This is the smallest of the three designs he offers.

Project Follow-up: Partial success on the swap: the spending limit is $10, and between Target and the dollar store in the same plaza I found $7 worth of stuff. I'll try Michaels some time this weekend. I didn't make any progress on the dishes but Tom got sick of my putting it off and did some himself. And I did get another couple of yards of the tangle un-tangled.

Tonight's Project: Gym and dinner with the gang.

Randomness: What's a song you love the music, but hate the lyrics? Or other way around? For example - "If He Moves His Lips" by Shemekia Copeland has some of the most depressingly cynical words I've ever heard, paired with great up-beat music.

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Body: My right arm is still a little painful, but nothing else seems to be bothering me.

Stress Level: 3

Reading: Again, lots of sample chapters, but nothing that grabbed my attention.

Hearing: Music. So far the iPod has been playing lots of Tom's Rush collection and a lot of filk.

Etsy Find: A pattern to make a stuffed bookwyrm. I suspect it's beyond my sewing ability, but it's really cute.

Project Follow-up: I just did the treadmill at the gym, but that's better than nothing. I didn't find anything good for my swap at the Crossgates dollar store, and the dishes and detangling didn't happen at all.

Tonight's Project: I'm going to try a different dollar store for the swap, and try to make progress on the dishes and yarn once I get home.

Randomness: Over the last couple of years Tom and I have kind of gotten into wine. (It's all my Dad's fault.) We've found that for us, Reisling is a good default white wine. While it isn't always the perfect choice, I don't think we've ever regretted either buying a particular bottle or having it with a particular food. Right now we're trying to find a default red wine.

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Body: My right arm is still a little painful, but nothing else seems to be bothering me.

Stress Level: 3

Reading: Again, lots of sample chapters, but nothing that grabbed my attention.

Hearing: Music. So far the iPod has been playing lots of Tom's Rush collection and a lot of filk.

Etsy Find: A pattern to make a stuffed bookwyrm. I suspect it's beyond my sewing ability, but it's really cute.

Project Follow-up: I just did the treadmill at the gym, but that's better than nothing. I didn't find anything good for my swap at the Crossgates dollar store, and the dishes and detangling didn't happen at all.

Tonight's Project: I'm going to try a different dollar store for the swap, and try to make progress on the dishes and yarn once I get home.

Randomness: Over the last couple of years Tom and I have kind of gotten into wine. (It's all my Dad's fault.) We've found that for us, Reisling is a good default white wine. While it isn't always the perfect choice, I don't think we've ever regretted either buying a particular bottle or having it with a particular food. Right now we're trying to find a default red wine.

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Body: My right wrist and forearm have been giving me intermittent grief for quite a while. I'm starting to think I should have it checked out for Carpel Tunnel.

Stress Level: 2

Book Review: I finished Sunrise Alley by Catherine Asaro, also available (for free!) in several different e-formats here. I enjoyed the plot, but the characters all fell pretty flat for me. I didn't really care about any of them. And there was a whole little sub-plot with repressed memories that was utterly pointless. The memories were trivial to the main plot, but the characters reacted to their recovery as if they were earthshattering. Rating: 5 out of 10.

Reading: I didn't start anything new last night. Several sample chapters, but I decided against continuing any of them right now.

Hearing: Music. My iPod is in another blues mood today.

Etsy Find: A mother of pearl owl brooch. I must have this. It's like it was made with me in mind.

Project Follow-up: I did make a little progress on the tangle, and I did some dishes. Not enough of either.

Tonight's Project: The gym, picking up some little odds'n'ends for a swap over on the BPAL forums, dishes, and more poking at the mess of yarn.

Randomness: I'm constantly bored at work. Tell me some (obviously) work-safe blogs/sites/webcomics/whatever I can use to entertain myself. I'm sort of on a make-up and fashion kick right now, so you get bonus points if you can give me some good links to learn about that stuff. Even more bonus points if they're written to appeal to grownup geek girls.

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Body: My right wrist and forearm have been giving me intermittent grief for quite a while. I'm starting to think I should have it checked out for Carpel Tunnel.

Stress Level: 2

Book Review: I finished Sunrise Alley by Catherine Asaro, also available (for free!) in several different e-formats here. I enjoyed the plot, but the characters all fell pretty flat for me. I didn't really care about any of them. And there was a whole little sub-plot with repressed memories that was utterly pointless. The memories were trivial to the main plot, but the characters reacted to their recovery as if they were earthshattering. Rating: 5 out of 10.

Reading: I didn't start anything new last night. Several sample chapters, but I decided against continuing any of them right now.

Hearing: Music. My iPod is in another blues mood today.

Etsy Find: A mother of pearl owl brooch. I must have this. It's like it was made with me in mind.

Project Follow-up: I did make a little progress on the tangle, and I did some dishes. Not enough of either.

Tonight's Project: The gym, picking up some little odds'n'ends for a swap over on the BPAL forums, dishes, and more poking at the mess of yarn.

Randomness: I'm constantly bored at work. Tell me some (obviously) work-safe blogs/sites/webcomics/whatever I can use to entertain myself. I'm sort of on a make-up and fashion kick right now, so you get bonus points if you can give me some good links to learn about that stuff. Even more bonus points if they're written to appeal to grownup geek girls.

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Body: So freaking cold. I can't seem to get warm, and the cold is making all of my joints hurt.

Stress Level: 2

Book Review: Finished The Crazy Years by Spider Robinson on Friday night. A truly excellent collection of essays and articles. My only problem with any of them is that they generally were too short. I would have liked to see more detail. Rating: 9 out of 10. Not yet loanable through the Kindle.

Reading: Sunrise Alley by Catherine Asaro


Hearing: Music - right this second, "Empty Chairs at Empty Tables" from my Original London Cast recording of Les Miserables.

Etsy Find: Vintage crystal cordial glasses.

Project Follow-up: Both dropping the car off on Friday and picking it up again on Saturday were more hassle than I wanted. Next time it needs work done I'll take it in early on a weekday morning and use their shuttle to get to work, and the use the shuttle to pick it up again when they're done with it.

Tonight's Project: Dishes, and continuing to untangle the giant mess of yarn so that I can actually make it into a scarf for myself.

Randomness: What's the weather like where you are? Here in the upper Hudson Valley it's absurdly cold. The predicted high is 9F. Ick. They're also predicting another major storm for tomorrow.

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Body: So freaking cold. I can't seem to get warm, and the cold is making all of my joints hurt.

Stress Level: 2

Book Review: Finished The Crazy Years by Spider Robinson on Friday night. A truly excellent collection of essays and articles. My only problem with any of them is that they generally were too short. I would have liked to see more detail. Rating: 9 out of 10. Not yet loanable through the Kindle.

Reading: Sunrise Alley by Catherine Asaro


Hearing: Music - right this second, "Empty Chairs at Empty Tables" from my Original London Cast recording of Les Miserables.

Etsy Find: Vintage crystal cordial glasses.

Project Follow-up: Both dropping the car off on Friday and picking it up again on Saturday were more hassle than I wanted. Next time it needs work done I'll take it in early on a weekday morning and use their shuttle to get to work, and the use the shuttle to pick it up again when they're done with it.

Tonight's Project: Dishes, and continuing to untangle the giant mess of yarn so that I can actually make it into a scarf for myself.

Randomness: What's the weather like where you are? Here in the upper Hudson Valley it's absurdly cold. The predicted high is 9F. Ick. They're also predicting another major storm for tomorrow.

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Body: I actually feel pretty good today.

Stress Level: 1

Book Review: I finished Swordspoint by Ellen Kushner last night. Very good book! Picture a collaberation between Jane Austen and Alexandre Dumas, with a very modern attitude towards relationships and sexuality, and you sort of have this story. Sword fights, romance, and politics in a comedy of manners. The only thing I didn't really care for was that sometimes the "manners" part made the rest of it feel a little cold-blooded. Rating: 8 out of 10. Not yet loanable through the Kindle.

Reading: I started The Crazy Years by Spider Robinson last night. I finished the free sample chapters last night, bought the entire book once I got to work, and will download it to my Kindle tonight.

Hearing: Music - at this moment, Howlin' Wolf's original recording of "Spoonful." I do not have anywhere near enough of his work.

Etsy Find: I can't pick just one of her products -Latherati Soap makes literary themed bath and body products.

Project Follow-up: The dentist said my teeth look fine, except for some chipping on the seal on an old filling. It's not super high priority, so I'll have it fixed at my next regular appointment 6 months from now.

Tonight's Project: I need to drop my car off to have repairs done. I'm not sure how much of an evening I'll have left after doing that.

Randomness: I'm so tired of snow. Can somebody teleport me to someplace warm?

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Body: I actually feel pretty good today.

Stress Level: 1

Book Review: I finished Swordspoint by Ellen Kushner last night. Very good book! Picture a collaberation between Jane Austen and Alexandre Dumas, with a very modern attitude towards relationships and sexuality, and you sort of have this story. Sword fights, romance, and politics in a comedy of manners. The only thing I didn't really care for was that sometimes the "manners" part made the rest of it feel a little cold-blooded. Rating: 8 out of 10. Not yet loanable through the Kindle.

Reading: I started The Crazy Years by Spider Robinson last night. I finished the free sample chapters last night, bought the entire book once I got to work, and will download it to my Kindle tonight.

Hearing: Music - at this moment, Howlin' Wolf's original recording of "Spoonful." I do not have anywhere near enough of his work.

Etsy Find: I can't pick just one of her products -Latherati Soap makes literary themed bath and body products.

Project Follow-up: The dentist said my teeth look fine, except for some chipping on the seal on an old filling. It's not super high priority, so I'll have it fixed at my next regular appointment 6 months from now.

Tonight's Project: I need to drop my car off to have repairs done. I'm not sure how much of an evening I'll have left after doing that.

Randomness: I'm so tired of snow. Can somebody teleport me to someplace warm?

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