|Things to be noted||Things to be done|
|The Beatles Rock Band is out tomorrow! I note that my copy is already on its way to me.||Wait patiently. Make sure the PS3 is updated.|
|I note that failure to pre-order the Beatles boxed set means that I'll need to wait for more to be produced.||No, there is really is no alternative to owning the compleat Beatles.|
|I was able to hold off 10 weeks before plunging into a new software project with manic enthusiasm.||Enjoy it. Continue to refrain from seeking full-time employment. Writing software for overlords is way less fun than writing it for yourself.|
|I really sort of want to finish a WIP. I have one in particular that's itching at me.||Well, write it, dear Liza.|
|Guilt is a poor motivational strategy.||Seek pleasure.|
|The Shaggy Cow Cat is the cat who's been sleeping on and in my car and leaving those paw prints everywhere. He was betrayed by the white fur shed inside.||Nothing to be done.|
|One of the things I love about my car is the old-fashioned flasher ticking when the turn signal is on. There's nothing like a solid physical sound for feedback.||Enjoy it. Even though the sticky hazard switch sometimes dislodges and disables the turn signals entirely.|
|I have a pile of recs to make from my read-through of the BuffyGiles archive. I still have 2 more seasons to go, though.||Make them, one per week.|
|I have some observations about fanfictional writing trends to make, too.||Write them up before you & your short attention span forget about them.|
|I haven't finished a story in weeks. Not even a low-stress kink meme.||I'm stuck, here. No advice.|
Warning: This entry contains an earworm.
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