Worth a Thousand Words

And now I give you… THINGS I DID THIS WEEK (in pictures):

  • Bought a notebook for nanowrimo (I start a new one for each successive novel; it’s an excellent excuse to buy notebooks):

  • Made a Masque (which exudes coolness):

  • Watched Spirited Away (random and bizarre but gorgeous and strangely touching at the same time):

  • and Kung Fu Panda (ha. FUNNY.):

  • Read Austenland (amusing):

  • and Forever in Blue, aka Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 4 (I actually liked the movie better, but at least now I know how they compare):

  • Worked on the novel. I’m now finished with Chapter 5 of Part Two–nine chapters left to go! I’ll definitely finish by the end of September, but the hoped for middle-of-the-month completion is not looking very likely at this point. Boo.


4 thoughts on “Worth a Thousand Words

  1. Ooooo! Visual blog post! First, your notebook is PERFECT for your Silver Crane story, I must say. It has an Indian-esque flaire to it, though the style is looking more like Arabic mosques, but you know, same dif. Haha! I think the Taja Mahal has that shape. Anyway, gorgeous! And you know what else is gorgeous? Your mask! OH MY GOSH! You are an amazing creator of masks. Now I want one! *looks jealous* Hehe! That thing is totally worth the 25 bucks, definitely. Now where are you going to wear it? You watched Spirited Away? Hehe! Weird, huh? I kind of think of it as Alice in Wonderland on drugs done in Japanese. I didn’t particularly like it myself, but I love the animation, and I did like the dragon boy. He was awesome. Aren’t Japanese imaginations weird, though? So strange.

  2. Yay, glad you enjoyed the pictures. 🙂 I know, I LOVE the notebook, it is completely perfect. The mask looks better in person–the lighting is a little off, but you get the general idea; Jenny’s is excessively awesome as well. You and Erika need to make them, too!!“Spirited Away” was definitely bizarre, but I did like it. The boy/dragon was REALLY cool, heh. And yeah, I thought MY imagination was messed up!!

  3. I have to say that you are creative in sooooo many ways. I love the notebook, I love the mask! I love that you are putting pictures in your blog and I am full of admiration all around!

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