Here's another new lady. I really love this one! The quote will be: "May your life be crowded with unexpected joys." --H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
It's strange, going from my deep writing cocoon into design mode. When I'm writing, I feel like I live in my own little world. I don't listen to the radio; I check email infrequently; my mind wanders the lanes of faerie cities more than this real world! But when I'm doing artwork, I'm up in the art studio with the radio on, the days seem longer; I'm getting caught up on some political radio or in the evening listening to cruddy TV shows (and occasionally turning my head to peek at the TV). Oh, and. . . TV sucks! With the exception of some shows, of course (The Wire, which needs a whole new term. "TV show" doesn't begin to do it justice.) But last night I flipped past Law & Order SVU, which I used to kind of like, and egad! It was disgusting. You can show corpses with their clothes blood-stained from having their breasts cut off, but you can't show a little innocent nipple on TV??? Oy. Of course, if network TV was allowed to show nipple, I'm sure they wouldn't use that privilege in an innocent way. So, I'm not asking for more boob -- don't get me wrong. It's just, there's so much GORE. Ick! And where it's not gore, it's reality shows! God, I'm glad the strike is over. We have just been granted a tiny peek into a world without screenwriters, and I didn't like it!
On the subject of TV, though, Lost has been good this season. And, oh, Jim told me earlier that my TV boyfriend Tim Riggins is going to play Gambit in the Wolverine movie. Yay! Do you know who Tim Riggins is? Well, I thought about posting a photo, but that seemed very teenage and wrong somehow. (But I am not above posting a link. Snicker snicker.) He's a character on the show Friday Night Lights, and he's kinda pretty. Is that weird? It's okay to have a TV boyfriend, right? Do you have one? How about movie boyfriends? I'd have to say, at the moment: Daniel Craig and James McAvoy. You?