This is the Way I Live (on IJ)

There is a very fine line between "hobby" and "mental illness." - Dave Barry


August 2nd, 2012

I have never claimed to be normal. @ 01:14 pm

Current Mood: giddy

I think I'm having a hypo-manic attack.

Or possibly this is what normal people feel like when they're having a good morning.

I didn't go to the gym today, meaning I missed Yoga class as well. The biggest reason was that I almost had a melt-down yesterday because I have had practically no alone time for a couple weeks. I really needed a day home alone. But also I stayed out a little too late last night (Red Lobster for Faeon's 29th birthday) and had a couple drinks, thus slept in until after 7:00. (My usual routine calls for me to go to bed at 9:00 P.M. and get up at 5:30 A.M.)

I've been spending time on FaceBook -- shame on me -- but it's all been about Harry Potter conventions past and future. Thanks to a link someone provided, I found the absolutely perfect wig to wear to the Lubricus Blue Ball. I had given up when I tried Google.

I don't do costumes or cosplay. Not that I don't appreciate them, but I'm an observer. But that may change. I'm practically committed to doing Narcissa Malfoy at Misty-Con next May. I figure I have the right build, almost, and I can get by at my age. That gives me nine months to find outstanding dress and wig makers. Perseus, who does HP cons as Lucius, has already said we must have our picture taken together. Therefore, I want the best costume possible.

On YouTunes there is a video of Nigel/Snape singing "Don't You Forget About Me" at Ascendio. Go watch it. Seriously, it is made of awesome. I just can not believe that I was either eating or dressing while he was doing this!

Also, I really must see if I can add photos to LiveJournal and InsaneJournal. At least the one of me in my ball gown and the one of Nigel/Snape casting a Patronus.
 
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This is the Way I Live (on IJ)

There is a very fine line between "hobby" and "mental illness." - Dave Barry