inspiredlife: (keep calm and carry on)
I do not have the time, energy or desire to deal with LJ's latest fuck-up. Simply put, my privacy is extremely important to me. My LJ is largely flocked for a number of reasons, one of the primary ones being my career. While my LJ does reflect a lot of my rl, I do not want it connected with my fb and twitter. Suffice to say, i will never crosspost material from anyone else's journal, including my comments. I respectfully request that you extend me the same courtesy. That being said, I do have a DW account (I'm inspiredlife there too) but don't have any plans to move there. I've been on LJ a long time and am, for the most part, happy here. 

If you'd like to prevent accidental cross posting, here's a link to the Greasemonkey script that gets rid of the FB/twitter buttons in the comment box.

In other news, September is traditionally a difficult month for me. There's a lot of sadness for me and it's been made worse these past few years as it's become the time that my idyll with Mish ends. In keeping with my post from Monday, I'd like to try to find positive things each day. They'll probably be small, silly things but look for a da: ily dose of happy from me. And, if you don't see one...call me on it. (though not until the night - given my current work situation they will be later in the day).  

Today's daily dose of happy:
So, posting began the other day on one of the Merlin bb's, [livejournal.com profile] paperlegends. I haven't actually had time to read any of the stories yet but I had the absolute joy of beta-ing [livejournal.com profile] nieded's wonderful story, A Personal History of Midwestern Running.  A modern high school au, the story tracks the journey Arthur and Merlin take when Arthur starts coaching Merlin in running. It's a completely believable take on the drama and angst every teenager faces and she's written absolutely wonderful characters. I don't even know what else to say about this story because I just love it to bits. It's very much been a happy thing these last few weeks. 

Alright. Off to rustle up some supper. 

eta: I'm so behind on comments, it's absurd. thanks for all wonderful comments over the past few weeks. they've been greatly appreciated even if i'm lame and didn't acknowledge them. <3
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I do not have the time, energy or desire to deal with LJ's latest fuck-up. Simply put, my privacy is extremely important to me. My LJ is largely flocked for a number of reasons, one of the primary ones being my career. While my LJ does reflect a lot of my rl, I do not want it connected with my fb and twitter. Suffice to say, i will never crosspost material from anyone else's journal, including my comments. I respectfully request that you extend me the same courtesy. That being said, I do have a DW account (I'm inspiredlife there too) but don't have any plans to move there. I've been on LJ a long time and am, for the most part, happy here. 

If you'd like to prevent accidental cross posting, here's a link to the Greasemonkey script that gets rid of the FB/twitter buttons in the comment box.

In other news, September is traditionally a difficult month for me. There's a lot of sadness for me and it's been made worse these past few years as it's become the time that my idyll with Mish ends. In keeping with my post from Monday, I'd like to try to find positive things each day. They'll probably be small, silly things but look for a da: ily dose of happy from me. And, if you don't see one...call me on it. (though not until the night - given my current work situation they will be later in the day).  

Today's daily dose of happy:
So, posting began the other day on one of the Merlin bb's, [livejournal.com profile] paperlegends. I haven't actually had time to read any of the stories yet but I had the absolute joy of beta-ing [livejournal.com profile] nieded's wonderful story, A Personal History of Midwestern Running.  A modern high school au, the story tracks the journey Arthur and Merlin take when Arthur starts coaching Merlin in running. It's a completely believable take on the drama and angst every teenager faces and she's written absolutely wonderful characters. I don't even know what else to say about this story because I just love it to bits. It's very much been a happy thing these last few weeks. 

Alright. Off to rustle up some supper. 

eta: I'm so behind on comments, it's absurd. thanks for all wonderful comments over the past few weeks. they've been greatly appreciated even if i'm lame and didn't acknowledge them. <3

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