So I find that I share a birthday with...
...Michael Flatley, Lord of the Dance!
Back from shoujocon. Was good. Will have a full report in the next day or two.
In reply to Kenpi's comment from before, check this out.
Jun, you might find this interesting. I ran into someone who was having a similar problem so started doing a search on it.
Ok, time for one of the dreaded To-Do lists.
It's just so damn satisfying to strike things out.
Things to do before Shoujocon:
* finish sample plush 1
* make some attempt at sample plush 2
* write up instructions for workshop
* fix pattern
* run off copies of both instructions and pattern
* make final supplies check
finish schedule & send to C.
organize documents for year & burn to CD
send off receipts for ice cream
script Qs 1-6
script Qs 10-25
script Qs 30-40 (ok, so this is cheating because someone else is doing these, but... they're off my list!)
* make store run
clean up kitchen
print out directions
* more to come, no doubt...
Yet another reason to move to Canada.
Went over to Tufts today to hand in my immunization records and such. I had spoken to the woman on the phone yesterday and she said I just had to hand them in and nothing more.
But I get there and they're like, hmm, these are bad photocopies. Yes, I obviously can see that. I didn't make the photocopies. Then I get sent down to another woman who makes more comments about the quality of the photocopies. Yes, well, Xerox machines sucked 15 years ago, I'm sorry. Get over it.
So anyway, I finally get to the point where they're finally agreeing on something and then they decide I need a Tetanus shot. Argh!
So I ended up sitting around until they could do that, which means I spent about an hour and forty-five minutes on my half hour lunch break. Mutter.
*peers* The server was up and down yesterday. Appears to have cut out in the middle of FTP. Lovely.
I'd known this sort of, for a while, but it's a very interesting article nonetheless. I had not seen the facts laid out in quite this manner, and it was very convincing. (You'll have to log in to see the article. It's free.)