crayongiraffe:

She has purple hair!

Tell her I love her hair. She seems really cool. ^_^

crayongiraffe:

She has purple hair!

Tell her I love her hair. She seems really cool. ^_^

Mokona did this in her attempt to get the paper out of the printer (and to another piece of paper I later discovered. Usually she blocks stuff from coming out, but this time she had to attack.
I’m not even mad. She chitters at the printer when it’s in action. Double-sided printing intrigues her. Loves printers, still neither loves nor hates the Star Wars toys I bought her. She is truly my cat. (I like Star Wars. Maybe I’ll get to love when I watch them all without interruption. For now, I know I love Star Trek and I’m okay with that.)

Mokona did this in her attempt to get the paper out of the printer (and to another piece of paper I later discovered. Usually she blocks stuff from coming out, but this time she had to attack.

I’m not even mad. She chitters at the printer when it’s in action. Double-sided printing intrigues her. Loves printers, still neither loves nor hates the Star Wars toys I bought her. She is truly my cat. (I like Star Wars. Maybe I’ll get to love when I watch them all without interruption. For now, I know I love Star Trek and I’m okay with that.)

If Mokona could take her own selfie, food and boxes (and her other toys) would likely be in the background anyway.

If Mokona could take her own selfie, food and boxes (and her other toys) would likely be in the background anyway.

After my midterm today, I’m going to read Wolverine: Old Man Logan. Eddie, look! I’m reading a comic book!

I also learned how to play zombicide like last week and a version of Dungeons and Dragons. 

So. Much. Fun.

Knitting a blanket.

Knitting a blanket.

My biggest problem when working on a group assignment is choosing the correct option of the following two:
1. Do my part and the parts that I don’t like that my group members did because they’re wrong. No discussion.
2. Discussing with the group member(s) why I think they’re wrong and making them redo their parts (if necessary), and just doing my part.

I always choose 1 like an idiot.

Washi tape makes everything more adorable. (the tape has little robots on it)

Washi tape makes everything more adorable. (the tape has little robots on it)

I don’t get out much

But I did go to trivia night at a local bar last night with a neighbor and some classmates and their friends. It was fine. I didn’t die. I had a hard cider, which I spent 30 minutes wondering how to purchase. I mean it when I say that I don’t get out much. 

My car did not take the outing well, however. It wasn’t the outing’s fault. My car was probably going to have this problem the next time I went to work or something. So,my door is now only not in two separate pieces because the wiring is still connecting them. It just means that I have to get in/out my car through the passenger door. No biggie. Except it’s one more reason I really need to get a new car. Definitely a big deal.

Robe =  transitionwear. Why wear a cute dress (which you wore to class) or work clothes (which you don’t even need to be in for like 3 hours) when you can wear your robe and eat the rest of your tortilla chips while doing homework?

Robe =  transitionwear. Why wear a cute dress (which you wore to class) or work clothes (which you don’t even need to be in for like 3 hours) when you can wear your robe and eat the rest of your tortilla chips while doing homework?

The oh-no-you-like-and-watch-Star-Trek look my coworkers gave me today somehow did not come with a comment about me really being a crazy cat lady. How did they miss the part where I was telling them about knitting a blanket in the freaking summer? Do cool people fail to hear any further dorky statements after a threshold is reached? 

I’m clearly too accustomed to anticipating my family’s teasing.

missmaialibre said: Every single time I see your username, I automatically read it as "magical kingpin ban."

That is amusing.

Attempting cold brew coffee. 

This summer I’m taking two classes (dynamic modeling and linear algebra) and I just started reading “Thinking in Systems”, which I’ve owned for years. I’m feeling very behind in my education, but I’m thrilled to be catching up. 

I filled a plastic box lid with water so that I can have my feet in cold water while I study. This was a good idea, I think. 

I feel like a boss when I survive walking all over campus in heels with a somewhat heavy backpack. I even ran late to my bus yesterday without tripping!