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angel maida vale (by LJuser biichan)
Since last post:
Flew 10 hours sitting next to Chatty McChatterbox von Chatterstein who finally chattered at me so much I had to point out 'you already told me this story, though I've got a different response to it, this time'.
Got off at Heathrow, and almost walked right past lyricagent, who recognized me easily (In fairness, I didn't sleep well on the flight).
Ate pizza.
Napped in the livingroom.
Watched Shoot 'Em Up.
Drank a bunch of hard cider, went to bed.
Woke up earlier than I'd hoped, went downstairs, putzed around online a while chatting with friends.
Saw one of the foxes that lyricagent mentioned seeing a while back, and spooked him into the underbrush by closing the building door.
Waited, got pics of him investigating the curious scent of barefooted human, cleaning himself, then looking at me through the window as if to say 'what do you want'.
Wrote this entry.

On today's to-do list:
- visiting the Apple store (a new power supply w/ British plug on is cheaper than the adapter kit for ALL possible other plugs- and my power supply may not slip out of it as easily as it slips out of the adaptor that I'm borrowing)
- visiting the Natural Shoe Store, to pick up a pair of the hitops made with repurposed London Underground upholstery
- seeing this strange little play nobody's ever heard of named 'Waiting for Godot', with these two odd old men in it named Ian McKellen & Patrick Stewart. I do hope it's any good.
  • seeing this strange little play nobody's ever heard of named 'Waiting for Godot', with these two odd old men in it named Ian McKellen & Patrick Stewart. I do hope it's any good.

    *gestures of incoherent jealousy*
  • Oh, God, why do some people feel obliged to take speed while flying? I once had a woman who was at least not talking to me, but when she finally gave up on chattering to her cell phone, pulled out a microphone for her laptop and started recording herself babbling a letter to someone.

    Hooray shoes! And fantastic amazing Godot.

    The fox(es) may be very entertained by eggs. Apparently eggs are like candy or something.
  • I enjoyed the heck out of Shoot Em Up. It's the best Garth Ennis Punisher movie ever made.
  • seeing this strange little play nobody's ever heard of named 'Waiting for Godot', with these two odd old men in it named Ian McKellen & Patrick Stewart.

    Keep rubbing it in and you may just have a line of people waiting to greet^Wbeat you when you get back. Oh, and me three WRT icecreamemperor and rani23.

    Edited at 2009-07-01 02:07 pm (UTC)
    • Adding my virulently green darts of envy while I'm waiting in that line...

      (though for me, waiting in line is at least in part a reaction to realizing just how insufferably anglicized he's going to be when he gets back...)
  • (no subject) -
    • Odds are that next week may be better for me. A looooot of drama has ensued this week and I'd like to bury the hatchet (preferably in someone's spine) before slipping away.
  • Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart.

    I'd explode.
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