Happy birthday to kyburg!
Hello to new readers kahoki, unquietsoul5, and wikkidpixie!
The same. This is getting really old.
If you're interested in fibro, you should totally be reading The Fibromyalgia Research Blog. Great stuff.
Taking care of the backlog in my inbox and getting organized for my writing project.
I have a job. Writing. Hee! Sorry, I'll be high on that for a bit. I've been very frustrated about the whole not bringing any money into the household thing. And this - well, I get to make my own hours, work from home, and in many cases write whatever I'd like. I'm sorta blinking over here saying "...really?" I get to work on the Primer. And get paid for it. Hee! *vibrates*
Diesel tonight; kid in tow again, as Adam has a conference in Amherst and doesn't know when he'll be home. Plans post-Diesel with B. :)
Hot damn, I love this house. :) Pictures as soon as we find the gizmo what uploads pictures. It's probably still in Georgia, with my iPod and shoes. *laugh* But seriously, it's coming together really well. :)
Set Theory crossword
Got the package, dierne - thanks! Do you have a feedback profile?
Storm Moon: The Storm Moon marks the darkest portion of the year. A season of long, impenetrable nights and turbulent tempests. A raging, electric and wet scent: slashing rain notes, rolling thunder, and sharp, cold winds layered by a breath of softly wafting lunar incense, a hint of Luna’s blooms, and the brittle herbs of winter.
In bottle: Very *clear* - the air after an intense rainstorm.
On me: Same as in the bottle, really. This is an incredibly *clear* scent. The herbs follow faintly after.
Whipporwill: A foreboding, tenebrific death rattle; the scent of a dying breath as it wafts into the marshland: Spanish moss, cedar, black pepper, oakmoss, juniper, bamboo reeds and cardamom.
In bottle: Oooooh. Darkly mossy.
On me: Mmmmm. A bit of pepper and hint of cardamom in the moss. This is gorgeous. Bloodthirsty faerie with Spanish moss tangled in her hair.
Luperci: This scent is for the Luperci, the Chosen of Faunus, the Brothers of the Wolf: raw, down and dirty patchouli, Gurjam balsam, and essence of Sampson Root sweetened with the heightened sexuality of beeswax, virile juniper, oakmoss, ambrette seed over honey and East African musk.
In bottle: I recognize the Gurjam balsam, but nothing else - must be the roots and seeds.
On me: Ah, delicious - balsam and honey, with that rooty undertone. A dance in a forest thicket, with a dare in your eyes and a promise in the twist of your hips... oh, I hope this gets revived next Lupercalia!