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Wednesday, September 28th, 2016




Changing my mind
Wednesday, 28 September 2016 at 06:04 pm
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I aspire to be the kind of person who thinks for myself and most importantly changes my views when I learn new information. And that means I spend some amount of time worrying about whether I'm actually living up to that. where I"m coming fromCollapse )

So those are the two extremes. I'm unpersuaded by an article espousing a view I think is not just wrong, but ridiculous, and more so because it's written in a style and associated with a group I disapprove of. I'm persuaded by a peer-reviewed meta-analysis to change a view I was only mildly committed to anyway to one which is more aligned with my social group. What I'd like from my readers, if you'd like to play along, is for you to persuade me of some new ideas. Please send me links to arguments you find persuasive on issues you expect me to disagree with. (I'm also quite interested to discover what you think I might find objectionable; I think I've been pretty open about my opinions here over the years, but of course everybody will have their own impressions and assumptions about me.)

I've turned off screening for anon comments, so if you think your views might be met with social opprobium please feel free to offer arguments without saying who you are.

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Sunday, September 25th, 2016




Adventures in Jewish leadership
Sunday, 25 September 2016 at 04:18 pm
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Over the course of this weekend: So, um, I definitely feel appreciated, even if some expressions of appreciation are more welcome than others...

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Moooood: touchedtouched
Tuuuuune: Oasis: Wonderwall
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Friday, September 23rd, 2016




Three fictional characters
Friday, 23 September 2016 at 12:12 pm
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I'm really enjoying the meme that's going round mostly short-form social media where people pick three fictional characters that represent them, or describe themselves using three fictional characters. who I"m notCollapse )

So in the end I went with the following:

And it's Bi Visibility day but I've basically given up on trying to find any bi characters to pick. Certainly not anyone who's poly in anything like the way I am. Christie is alllllmost bi in that she has a strong romantic friendship with an alien who is mostly female (though the aliens do gender differently from humans, that's a big plot point), and sexual-romantic relationships with men and male-ish aliens.

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Whereaboooots: Keele University, Staffordshire, England
Moooood: okayokay
Tuuuuune: Melissa Ferrick: Drive
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Wednesday, September 21st, 2016




Reading (links) Wednesday, 21/09
Wednesday, 21 September 2016 at 12:29 pm


Recently read: Lots of good stuff! linkspamCollapse )
Currently reading: still A time of gifts by Patrick Leigh Fermor and Sisterhood by Penelope Friday, but in practice I haven't been reading much this week, I've been spending time with [personal profile] doseybat and pyrokaren.

Up next: I've got to the stage where it's halfway through Elul and I haven't written any High Holy Days sermons or learned any Torah readings yet, so most probably material for that.

I'm considering picking up Hilary Mantel's contemporary Beyond Black as my book with a color in the title for my reading challenge, since it's been waiting on my shelves for ages.

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Whereaboooots: Keele University, Staffordshire, England
Moooood: rushedrushed
Tuuuuune: Solas: A sailor's life
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Friday, September 16th, 2016




Anatomy
Friday, 16 September 2016 at 01:23 pm
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So I've seen a couple of articles recently lamenting ignorance of the anatomy of female-typical sexual systems. And generally I'm on board with whatever click-baity editorial you can come up with complaining about ignorance. Ignorance bad, education good! But I have something of a quibble with these articles, which I shall now discuss:

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Whereaboooots: Keele University, Staffordshire, England
Moooood: annoyedannoyed
Tuuuuune: Camera Obscura: Books written for girls
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Wednesday, September 14th, 2016




Reading Wednesday 14/09
Wednesday, 14 September 2016 at 05:02 pm


Recently read: this was just bullet points but it grewCollapse )

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Moooood: contentcontent
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Friday, September 9th, 2016




Conflict styles
Friday, 09 September 2016 at 03:51 pm
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Tangentially to this Captain Awkward letter, where the answer mentions that the writer's half-sister may have a different conflict style from hers, I started thinking about classifying conflict styles. It feels something like the Ask / Offer distinction in styles of communication (sometimes called Ask / Guess). It's useful to know that there is more than one way of doing it, and people whose style is different from yours are not necessarily terrible awful people who can't communicate respectfully.

The problem is I'm not sure there are two distinct approaches to conflict, or even what elements should be considered in defining conflict style. noodling about thisCollapse )

So help me refine my ideas? What variations in conflict style have I not thought of? What approaches to conflict and argument do you find most productive? I mean, assuming that the arguers are already upset and you can't just magically all get along. Are there any ways of arguing that you think are just bad and should always be avoided?

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Whereaboooots: Keele University, Staffordshire, England
Moooood: calmcalm
Tuuuuune: VNV Nation: Precipice
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Wednesday, September 7th, 2016




Jesus and Jews
Wednesday, 07 September 2016 at 11:30 am


So my extremely brilliant friend Jen has written a fantastic popular article about her research: Why it's absurd for a pastor to give Donald Trump a Jewish prayer shawl. You should read it, it's only tangentially about Trump, it's about the history of Jewish ritual objects and about Jewish-Christian relations.

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Whereaboooots: Keele University, Staffordshire, England
Moooood: thoughtfulthoughtful
Tuuuuune: Skinny Puppy: Assimilate
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Friday, September 2nd, 2016




Simple pleasures meme
Friday, 02 September 2016 at 11:31 am
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From a locked post:
Name ten of life's simple pleasures that you like most. Try to be original and creative and not to use things that someone else has already used
I'm not sure I'm capable of writing a list of pleasures that are both original and simple, so you might get slightly complicated pleasures, but then one of my greatest pleasures in life is exploring complexity in good company, so.

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I'm following the example of the person I got this meme from and not tagging anyone, so you're welcome to propagate the meme or not, whatever suits you.

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Whereaboooots: Keele University, Staffordshire, England
Moooood: pleasedpleased
Tuuuuune: Tori Amos: Icicle
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Thursday, September 1st, 2016




I have awesome people
Thursday, 01 September 2016 at 03:35 pm
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So I have ended up with a bit of extra leave for the end of the academic year, so I took a couple of days at the beginning of the week to extend the bank holiday weekend.

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So anyway, that did me a lot of good, and required very little planning beyond putting in a request at work for a couple of days off.

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Thursday, August 25th, 2016




Film: Lilo & Stitch
Thursday, 25 August 2016 at 02:43 pm
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Reasons for watching it: I had managed not to see this, I think because it came out when I was just at the age of feeling I needed to avoid media marketed at children, and it's somewhat of a classic and the sort of story I love.

Circumstances of watching it: We watched the DVD while we were relaxing after some intense touristing in Budapest.

Verdict: Lilo & Stitch is intensely sentimental about things I'm inclined to care about personally.

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Whereaboooots: Hawaii
Moooood: touchedtouched
Tuuuuune: The Real Tuesday Weld: Real Tuesday Weld
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Friday, August 19th, 2016




Love
Friday, 19 August 2016 at 01:08 pm
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It's 15 Av today, which is a Jewish love festival with a rather tenuous Rabbinic origin. And here I am very happy and in love, so I shall talk about that a bit.

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Thursday, August 18th, 2016




Imzy
Thursday, 18 August 2016 at 07:53 pm
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So Imzy is the new cool social network, apparently. It's in closed beta and you need an invite from an existing user to create an account. [personal profile] melannen kindly offered one, and I'm happy to pay it forward by inviting the first five people to comment.

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ETA: I created a community for DW peeps. Which magically increased my number of invitations from five to 200, so if anyone is possibly interested in an invite, you can request at the community link. And if anyone's already there, feel free to join it or not.


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Whereaboooots: Internet
Moooood: pessimisticpessimistic
Tuuuuune: Rasputina: 1816, the year without a summer
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Wednesday, August 17th, 2016




Reading Wednesday 17/08
Wednesday, 17 August 2016 at 12:10 pm


Recently read: A wild sheep chase by Haruki Murakami, trans Alfred Birnbaum. (c) Haruki Murakami 1982, pub Vintage 2003, ISBN 978-0-099-44877-8. This was a present from ghoti, since it's a book she likes and it contains cute ears and I have very little exposure to Japanese lit. I found the book very mind-expanding and different from most of what I normally read, which is exactly what I was hoping for.

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Currently reading: A time of gifts by Patrick Leigh Fermor, as recommended to me by [personal profile] rushthatspeaks. Basically it's an account of how the author got kicked out of school and decided to walk across Europe to Constantinople, in 1933. I don't normally read travelogues, but I agree with the intro by Jan Morris, that Fermor is just an outstandingly good writer, and his descriptions are evocative enough to be exciting even though nothing really happens except that he walks around and visits places. He has the kind of assumption typical of a certain class of white English young men, that everybody will basically like him and want to help him out. He's also genuinely interested in the people he meets working on this assumption. In some ways the narrative style is reminding me of my uncle who at a similar sort of age drove a van to Australia.

I've nearly finished the section where he crosses Germany, noting the presence of the newly ascendant Nazi party but not dwelling on that to the exclusion of talking about the history and culture of the country and telling anecdotes about the various German people he meets on the way. The moment where he describes crossing the border from the Netherlands and seeing swastikas everywhere is a brilliant piece of writing, a paragraph of description of some Dutch St Vincent de Paul nuns, and then:
The officials at the Dutch frontier handed back my passport, duly stamped, and soon I was crossing the last furlongs of No Man's Land, with the German frontier post growing nearer through the turning snow. Black, white and red were painted in spirals round the road barrier and soon I could make out the scarlet flag charged with its white disc and its black swastika.

Up next: Not sure. I'm still looking out for A book with a color in the title for my very old Bringing up Burns challenge, or I may well read Novik's Uprooted.

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Whereaboooots: 1930s Munich
Moooood: contentcontent
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Tuesday, August 16th, 2016




I went to Budapest
Tuesday, 16 August 2016 at 02:22 pm
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ghoti planned us a group trip to Budapest, all of us, her three children and four partners. Which to me sounds like a terrifying amount of organization, but basically she booked budget flights and rented us a huge, cheap, centrally located apartment that normally trades on stag and hen parties. And then she got everybody to the airport in plenty of time, with some notion of how to get across the city from the airport, and after that we basically just turned up and improvised.

In almost all respects that worked better than the sorts of holidays I'm used to with detailed itinerary planning, and long complicated negotiations about sharing space with people who aren't normally housemates. We didn't have the slightest ambition to see "everything", we just wanted to have a good time together in a new city, and that was incredibly successful. I mean, it's easy to say that it was low effort considering that my gf put in most of the effort and I just tagged along, but I wouldn't have contemplated organizing a trip of that size and complexity, I would have just assumed it was beyond me, but partly because planning I'd have considered essential is actually entirely disposable.

ghoti was also much better at writing up the trip than I am, she did so promptly and concisely; my version is likely to be rambly and boring. tourist reportCollapse )

So basically, ghoti was an amazing genius at organizing a holiday that was fun and exciting and full of interesting new experiences without being exhausting. And at taking into account the wishes of such a large and mixed group and making sure that everybody had the best possible time.

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Whereaboooots: Budapest, Hungary
Moooood: lonelylonely
Tuuuuune: Burning Bush: Arvoles lloran por lluvias ('the trees weep for the rain')
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Thursday, August 11th, 2016




Dialect quiz
Thursday, 11 August 2016 at 10:50 am
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Because these are always fun, and because my quad keeps getting confused about the names of meals...

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Moooood: boredbored
Tuuuuune: Ladyhawke: I don't always know what you're saying
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Wednesday, August 10th, 2016




Reading Wednesday 10/08
Wednesday, 10 August 2016 at 03:14 pm


Recently read: Via [personal profile] sovay, an interesting if slightly odd article by one Amy Schwartz on Dorothy L Sayers' anti-semitism. I always knew Sayers was weird about Jews; I find it hard to articulate why I read her stuff anyway whereas I generally avoid other known anti-semitic writers like Chesterton. I did not know either that Sayers once had a Jewish boyfriend, or that she thought it appropriate to publish an article, in 1945, arguing that the reason people are so horrible to Jews is because we had rejected Jesus. I don't know anything about Schwartz, and I'm not sure I share her sympathy or justifications for her subject's prejudices, but it's an interesting piece anyway.

Currently reading: A wild sheep chase by Haruki Murakami. I didn't really get any holiday reading done, because it turned out that partners' children were very very excited about getting access to Liv for a whole week, so they didn't really want me to be spending even a few minutes reading rather than paying attention to them <3

Up next: Will probably still follow up on your recs for Hungary-related books, though so far the only one I've managed to get hold of is A time of gifts by Patrick Leigh Fermor (thanks, [personal profile] rushthatspeaks.)

Also, [personal profile] alexseanchai made a love meme. I normally shy away from such things, but right now, I felt like hearing some nice things would be really good for me. And maybe some other people would also enjoy such a thing?

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Whereaboooots: Keele University, Staffordshire, UK
Moooood: okayokay
Tuuuuune: The Imagined Village: Tam Lyn retold
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Tuesday, August 9th, 2016




Pokémon Go
Tuesday, 09 August 2016 at 01:36 pm
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So Pokémon Go is basically a terrible game. It's opaque and annoying for beginners, and it ramps up the difficulty in a way that makes the game more annoying, not more challenging as you advance, presumably because it's somewhat clumsily balanced for monetization rather than fun. I liked Ingress better, and that's saying something, because I already found Ingress didn't have much actual gameplay beyond a cool concept.

But it doesn't need to be a good game, because it's an amazing phenomenon. It's just a perfect fit for the zeitgeist, unlike Ingress being launched at a time when smartphone coverage is extensive enough that people other than affluent tech-heads can play. It had a readymade userbase and fandom in the entire generation who loved Pokémon the first time round, which gives it enough of a network effect to make it appealing to old fogeys like me who weren't already fans. And it's the perfect gateway to augmented reality; you walk around in the real world and find cute things. It doesn't really matter what the scoring mechanism is, or that the most of the features and gameplay elements are promised rather than actual, or that that fighting side of the game is grindy and uninteresting. You walk around, you find cute things. Instant reward.

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So it's a terrible game, but it's giving me a lot of pleasure, and I hope its success will in fact encourage other developers to release better augmented reality games.

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Whereaboooots: Keele University, Staffordshire, UK
Moooood: cheerfulcheerful
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Thursday, July 28th, 2016




At the last minute
Thursday, 28 July 2016 at 09:42 pm
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Next week I'm travelling to Hungary, a country I've never visited before. We (well, mostly ghoti) planned the essential bits, the travel and accommodation, months ago, but it's come up faster than I'd expected and I haven't had time to think about what we're actually going to do there. It doesn't really matter since we're a party of six adults and two children, so I'm sure other people will have ideas, but I thought I might ask for advice anyway.

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Moooood: rushedrushed
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Wednesday, July 27th, 2016




Reading Wednesday 27/07
Wednesday, 27 July 2016 at 01:07 pm


Recently read: A couple of really great, thinky reviews:
I'm not always as enthusiastic about Laurie Penny as many people in my circle, but they hit it out of the park with Life-Hacks of the Poor and Aimless. It's a really nuanced and thoughtful piece about self-care and wellbeing, considering both the ways that these things are undervalued especially for women and marginalized people, and the ways that they are repackaged and exploited within the capitalist system. There's a bit of that irritating young lefty anxiety about whether one's life choices are sufficiently "radical", but still very well worth reading.

Currently reading: A wild sheep chase, by Haruki Murakami. This was a present from ghoti. It's very atmospheric, but the atmosphere it creates is somewhat bleak and miserable. It's sort of doing the litfic thing where the recently divorced narrator is sad because his comfortable but unexceptional life isn't as exciting as he might have hoped when he was younger, with the accompanying rather annoying attitude to women. But at about a third of the way through, this is looking like a frame for doing other things, a bit magic realist, a bit thriller, with the protag getting very politely kidnapped by the mafia boss. It's told in a somewhat non-linear way, so I'm not yet sure how all the different facets of the story fit together.

Up next: I'm travelling to Hungary next week, so I am not quite sure if I'll end up with loads of time for reading or very little. The next thing on my e-reader is Blindsight by Peter Watts. Unless someone wants to rec me a Hungarian book which is available in translation, in order to be thematically suitable?

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Whereaboooots: Japan
Moooood: cheerfulcheerful
Tuuuuune: DNA: Girls in trouble
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Monday, July 25th, 2016




Q&A
Monday, 25 July 2016 at 10:16 pm
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Nice thinky meme from a locked post a few weeks back, cos I feel like answering questions about myself. These suggest an attitude to media that isn't quite mine, but I'm rather interested in thinking about why the questions don't exactly fit as well as answering them.

30 questions with long rambly answersCollapse ) OK, that was a very long meme, I maybe should've broken it up a bit more. But definitely interesting to think about!

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Whereaboooots: Keele University, Staffordshire, UK
Moooood: tiredtired
Tuuuuune: Venetian Snares: My crutch
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Friday, July 22nd, 2016




Theatre: Cambridge Shakespeare Festival Tempest
Friday, 22 July 2016 at 11:12 am
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So my brother was in town at the weekend and Dad suggested we could go to the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival performance of The Tempest. fun weekendCollapse )

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Whereaboooots: Prospero's island
Moooood: cheerfulcheerful
Tuuuuune: Alabína: Loli, Lolita, Lola
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Wednesday, July 20th, 2016




Reading Wednesday 20/07
Wednesday, 20 July 2016 at 07:13 pm


Recently read: Hild by Nicola Griffith. (c) Nicola Griffith 2013, Pub Blackfriars 2013, ISBN 9780349134253. I bought this as a full priced ebook based on several really enthusiastic reviews, and I can certainly say it lives up to the hype.

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Anyway, I was completely caught up in the book, kept finding excuses to read just one more page, and I was really quite disappointed not to be in Hild's head any more. I can absolutely see why this book is such a sensation, and I do strongly recommend it to readers of both speculative fiction and historical novels.

Up next: A wild sheep chase by Haruki Murakami.

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Whereaboooots: Elmet
Moooood: sorehormonal
Tuuuuune: Jem: Finally woken
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Tuesday, July 19th, 2016




Tech review
Tuesday, 19 July 2016 at 10:25 pm
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Some months ago, I asked for some advice about mobile phones. And then everything went to pieces and I didn't get round to telling you what I decided, so:

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Whereaboooots: Internet
Moooood: contentcontent
Tuuuuune: Little Boots: Meddle
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Friday, July 15th, 2016




Down with geography
Friday, 15 July 2016 at 02:46 pm
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So last weekend I had the most brilliant time: two of my friends who live in the wrong continents were visiting, and in between I got to spend time with my parents and my partners, so it was just about perfect.

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So yay, that was just about the perfect long weekend for me. And it did me so much good to spend time with MK and [personal profile] hatam_soferet, in spite of the awful news I've been walking taller all week.

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Whereaboooots: Pumbedita House, Cambridge, England
Moooood: lovedloved
Tuuuuune: Van Dreissen: Ice cappuccino
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