Welcome back, kenakeri. :)
I messed up my shoulders yesterday - felt okay while doing exercise, so I then exercised a bit more vigorously than I should have.
This is a big part of the suckitude of fibro and stuff like it: since it's variable, you never know if you're about to cross that line. Invisible line. You can never plan ahead, you can never avoid it in advance. Unless you sit on the couch and do nothing, which makes your condition worse anyway. So.
Basically, with the webstuff, I'm retraining my brain to process the story in an entirely new way so that I can present it to the reader in an organic way. So that's why I've been able to talk about little else.
Bit of Beauty
It's high time I featured someone I know here. Check out Scott Lefton's work, here and at Arisia!
NASA/ESA Hubble Telescope photographed a phenomenon called "Einstein ring" where, predicted by Einstein a long time ago, gravity can "bend" light rays: The phenomenon, called gravitational lensing, occurs when a massive galaxy in the foreground bends the light rays from a distant galaxy behind it, in much the same way as a magnifying glass would. When both galaxies are exactly lined up, the light forms a circle, called an “Einstein ring”, around the foreground galaxy. If another more distant galaxy lies precisely on the same sightline, a second, larger ring will appear.
LONG NIGHT MOON: A bouquet of night-blooming flowers, petals dusted with frost. Cereus, moonflower accord, night phlox, honeysuckle, silver thyme, white mint, and blue musk.
In bottle: Blue musk and pale flowers.
On me: Same, with a twist of thyme.
SAGITTARIUS: Sage, clove, dandelion, balm of gilead, fig, and chamomile.
In bottle: Dandelion atop sage atop clove.
On me: And the chamomile attacks. Sage is still there a bit. But no clove or fig. :(
IVANUSHKA: Soft, velvety fur and warm musk, brushed by forest woods and dusted by dry leaves.
In bottle: ...pickle?
On me: ...pickle. o.O
I am gonna have a *huge* BPAL sale soonish. Just need padded envelopes.
Pay bills, refill meds, pick up library books - but that's all when it warms up from 24 to 37 degrees. (It was gorgeous yesterday!)
Continue loading stuff into the Shayara site. :)