NSFW Sep. 19th, 2017 11:49 pm
rosehiptea: (Default)
[personal profile] rosehiptea
( You're about to view content that the journal owner has advised should be viewed with discretion. )


NSFW Sep. 15th, 2017 12:21 pm
rosehiptea: (Rod)
[personal profile] rosehiptea
( You're about to view content that the journal owner has advised should be viewed with discretion. )
noalinnea: (Default)
[personal profile] noalinnea posting in [community profile] addme_fandom
Name: Noa
Age: 30something
Country: Europe
Subscription/Access Policy: Everything is public!

Main Fandoms: Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, RPF and FPF both, but I'm just more into RPF
Other Fandoms: 24, Game of Thrones, Sherlock (BBC), Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, The Killing (Danish Original)
Fannish Interests: Fic, mostly. 
OTPs and Ships: I can get invested into a number of pairings if a fic is well written :) Longtime favorites include Sean Bean/Viggo Mortensen, Richard Armitage/Graham McTavish, Jack Bauer/Chloe O'Brian, Jack Bauer/Tony Almeida. I'm currently writing a Richard Armitage/Orlando Bloom fic with a friend, you can find it here at AO3 if you're interested!

Favourite Movies: mostly Wes Andersen and Lars von Trier movies
Current/recent TV Shows: Orphan Black, Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, Dear White People, The Fall, Dicte, Call the Midwife. I'd love to see 'The Handmaid's Tale' and am looking foward to the second season of 'Topf of the Lake'.
Other interests: books, design, politics (European, mostly), environmental issues

Other Info: I've only recently moved over from LJ to DW and my subscription page is still mind-numbingly empty. I'd love to widen my circle here, so to speak, and am always happy to engage in fandom-chatter. Fic recs are also very welcome! Just talk to me :)

Let me explain...

Sep. 9th, 2017 11:45 pm
all_strange_wonders: (moving castle)
[personal profile] all_strange_wonders
... No. There is too much. Let me sum up.

As usual, events have been eventful

Peter and I went on a vacation to see the total solar eclipse. Between the eclipse itself and the blissful 7 whole business days when I didn't have to think about my job, it was absolutely worth all the money and time in the car. We watched the eclipse in a tiny little podunk town in Tennessee. It turned out that the clock in front of the courthouse lights up at night. We know this because it lit up during totality. For some reason, that really just made the whole thing for me. We also (later) climbed up the side of a mountain in Virginia and then slept outdoors next to a cabin that's about the same age as Peter. I would say that was also in a little podunk town, but using the word "town" would rather overstate the matter. It was staggeringly gorgeous countryside, just also staggeringly far from civilisation as I know it.

While we were on vacation, my computer picked up a new trick wherein it decided that it couldn't do any kind of file writes (saving documents, downloading emails...) and only started working again after I booted it into safe mode. It did it again a few days ago. I am Not Amused, but also not really together enough to deal with it in any meaningful way beyond doing the safe mode trick. At some point I'll boot from my Disk Warrior flash drive and run some diagnostics and etc, and hopefully that will put a stop to this nonsense.

I am starting to think about what kind of job I would want to do were I not doing the job I have now. This one has pretty much wrung me out recently, for all that I didn't really recognize it until I didn't have to do it for a week and a half. I wouldn't even mind that so much if I enjoyed it more, but I don't. The money is good, though, and being the primary income-earner for the household means that taking a big pay cut is not really an option. There are plenty of customer support jobs around, but they all have the same ultimate problems.

I'm figuring out that I really prefer project-based work like the documentation stuff, so at least that's something to be going on with. It's much less anxiety-inducing than the support work, and there's a lot to be said for reducing the amount of anxiety in my life.


themadmermaid: (Default)

August 2012

   1 234
26 272829 3031 

Most Popular Tags

Style Credit

Expand Cut Tags

No cut tags
Page generated Sep. 23rd, 2017 08:02 pm
Powered by Dreamwidth Studios