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Oh mai.

It certainly has been a while. Sorry to everyone. I've been caught up in the geeky world of LJ RP.

Nerd nerd nerd.

I just rediscovered my Mort Rainey account. I think I'll probably end up RPing with him again.


Yeah, that's about it.

Sorry. Guess I'm just as horrible at this now as I was years ago.

Jun. 30th, 2009

Wow, so, that was weird.

I had this dream, and it was pretty stupid, I was either this bad guy or this good guy (perspective kept changing) and I either was hiding underneath my own bed or laying on top of it, tyring to get out of handcuffs (Bad guy was on top of bed,)  and the good guy rammed a sword up through the bed, missing the bad guy. Bad guy took off, running through the door, through the room next to mine and then up the stairs, 'good guy' in heated pursuit as soon as he got out from under the bed.  Bad guy ran into my littlest brother's bedroom with the intent to take him hostage.

At different points throughout the dream the bad guy was Hannibal Lecter, Szayel Aporro-Granz, myself, and the good guy was Will Graham, Grimmjowe Jaegerjacquez, and myself.

That ain't the weird part. Hell, the dream ain't the weird part. Weird part was me waking myself up... Or, more precisely, my own fucking heartbeat waking me up. it was racing ike I'd actually run up the stairs or something like that. Hella weird.

It was probably 'cause I'd rolled onto my back and my boobies were trying to squash my chest and my heart was like "F. U . NO." or whatever. It was still pretty freaking weird.

My first fic in like 24 years.

Title: The drawing.
Author: SeeMe traitorousrat
Pairings: One sided Ulquiorra/Orihime, One sided Tatsuki/Orihime
Rating: G
Warnings: Mentions of terrifying food.
Fandom: Bleach
Disclaimer: I do not own Bleach. Kubo Tite does. However, I do own the recipe for Bean Paste and Tomato Tofu cake. I'd prefer to own Bleach.

I am not afraid. I am lonely without you, as has always been.Collapse )

I amuse myself a little too much. PS: If you make this and get sick, don't blame me.

♥♥♥♥♥♥Inoue Orihime's Bean Paste and Tomato Tofu Cake Recipe!♥♥♥♥♥♥♥Collapse )


It's been 136 weeks since I last posted!


Also, being 23 sucks so far. I have lost every game of mah johng that I have played today. Every single one.

The end.
So, I frequent a knitting forum where there are many, many MANY hitchhiker's fans.
And, upon seeing my picture, this is what one of them decided to do...

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Haha, awesome.


Yes, that is a real road sign that I encountered on my long trip up north.

This is sort of long, but it amused me. Stick with it, yeh? Might make you grin too.

So anyways, the other day I was at this... sort of salvage place. Eh... it's kind of like Liquidation world, only the owner(s) love the number 88. Seriously, 88 is in every price. 88 cents, 1.88, etc etc... (the amusing thing is, I have never seen anything in that store priced at 88.88. But I digress.) and they were having a 60-to-80% off the sale of a... magic shop? I have no idea what you'd call this sort of store... (the sort that sells inscense that smells strongly of patchouli and books on to read your fortune from cards, meditate, and generally be witchyfied) so, of course, I looked. Ooh, ahh, tarot decks!

Now, let me explain this; I am not a "witch", nor have I ever imagined myself to be (okay, maybe that's a lie. There was that one halloween and I have been imagining that I am a witch who will get her Hogwarts letter any day now for a couple of years...), I'm not a Christian, I just am a happy little apathetic soul who wanders through life. And I like tarot cards. Not because I believe that they can divine my future (or that I don't believe that), but becaue they are really, really pretty. I mean, come on! Look at them!

So anyways, I ended up buying two decks-- the Morgan Greer tarot (which came in a kit with a paper mat for spreadin', a book, and the cards) and The Chinese Tarot (Oh the shiny, shiny cards). And, after a few practice runs and nearly choking to death on the residual incense smell, I decide to 'tell' my own fortune.

So I lay out my cards. I decide to use the "European Method" described in my booklet doodad, and so I lay out nine cards. Which represent my life. Oooo. From distant past, to distant future.

Boom! Distant past! Four of pentacles, reversed. Oh noes! I look it up--gasp. Loss of money. Yes, this is true. Homigod.

Bang! not-so-distant past! The Magician! also reversed! (had I done it upside down?) Abuse of power, trickery, deciet. Well, I'm not going to comment on that, because I never do those things! (*ties your shoelaces together while you're busy reading*)

Recent past! Pizzap! The Sun--rightside up this time. Hmm, warmth love and joy. I don't remember that, but okay!

Onto the present. Humming the Star Wars theme, I began to flip those over, looking them up in my book. Generally good things happened--okay, I can dig it.

Then, with some apprehension, I looked at the future cards. Oh noes. trembling, I turned one over, looked up its meaning, and sighed in relief. General fluff, was pretty much the meaning of that card. Next, the King of staves. Reversed. A sneaky, traitorous spy was gonna get me. (oh noes I am Dumbledore!)

And, finally, the final card, representing my most distant future was...


Well, duh.

(PS: Death means good things, in the Tarot. I just kind of found it amusing that it showed up there.)

Peeps ahoy! That's a pink peep, by the way.

Can you imagine how itchy she was after?

Top Ten Facts ABout SeeMe...

Ten Top Trivia Tips about SeeMe!

  1. The Aztec Indians of Mexico believed SeeMe would protect them from physical harm, and so warriors used her to decorate their battle shields.
  2. SeeMe was invented in China in the eleventh century, but was only used for fireworks, never for weapons.
  3. The horns of SeeMe are made entirely from hair.
  4. Over 46,000 pieces of SeeMe float on every square mile of ocean.
  5. By tradition, a girl standing under SeeMe cannot refuse to be kissed by anyone who claims the privilege!
  6. SeeMe can be found on a Cluedo board between the Library and the Conservatory.
  7. Over half of Americans are officially SeeMe!
  8. In the kingdom of Bhutan, all citizens officially become SeeMe on New Year's Day.
  9. Some birds use SeeMe to orientate themselves during migration!
  10. The pharoahs of ancient Egypt wore garments made with thin threads of beaten SeeMe!
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Yeah, all these birds just pop by during their migration. I help them out, because I'm like that.
Dear people: Did anyone send me a packagae recently? Like, recent enough for it to have arrived at the post office jan. 31st?

Cause if so, um, I didn't get it. No one gave us the slip for the package and the post office didn't tell us we had a packagage, even though we went there about a dozen times to pick up other packages...