|Current mood:|| calm|
|Current music:||they play club music on the radio during the day here - hell|
I'd drive all night...just to buy you some shoes
I'm still listening to Bruce. He's playing in Dublin in July. I am half-thinking of buying a ticket, but I'm not sure where I'll be at that point, so I am hedging. But I'd *love* to go. Would probably a great, fun show, with lots of energy.
Haven't packed anything to move yet. Still just going to work, going home, having dinner and a movie, then sleep. Well, when I can get it. Sleep, that is. I feel like I don't have enough energy to do any big projects during the week, although I should. Ordinary people do tons of stuff after work - I shouldn't want to just fall into bed after 7 at night.
Typical Irish house, taken from behind my office. I'm in love with the Hipstamatic application for the iPhone. It makes every photo I take, look amazing without my having to fiddle with it. I don't change things in my photos anyway, so this is just like an added bonus.
I also joined a photo challenge where there is a topic for every day, and you must grab a snap of it. I also do various '365 photos' for different groups, so this is just one more.
today's topic: What makes me happy.
That is my Nintendo 3DS, I play it every day on the bus on the way home. And also when I can't sleep. It's one of my treasured possessions. It's the Anniversary edition for The Legend of Zelda (which I am sure I said somewhere already) and I *love* it. Hopefully, the love doesn't wear off once I'm finished with the Zelda action.
I see the sun trying to come out here, but I'm used to the grey clouds most of the time. I spend a lot of time hurrying from one place to another, or in my bed (no living room) reading, or watching something on my laptop. Last Saturday was spent drawing, which was so relaxing and nice that I hope to dedicate another entire day to something similar.
Three hours, then it's home time and I can rush home to have a nap before waking to start packing up. Cat is picking me up in the morning to go to the bottle bank where I will drop off all of my glass bottles (I call it the Walk o' shame because of all the wine bottles), then off to her place for lunch and then a visit to her friend's who runs a farm where there are a ton of baby lambs. I just want to take photos. I bet it's so cute. Even though I will have to watch out for all the shit.
Which is pretty typical, in most situations.
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