Forgot to share this Monday, probably bc holiday:
First Annual Jess Mahler Bookshelf Report and Reader Poll
D&D lets you live out all kinds of fantasies, such as:
-Having everyone call you by your preferred name and gender
-Having a big group of friends who do everything together
-Making a reasonable wage as a freelancer
-Being able to murder the terrible leadership of your country
-Getting 8 hours of sleep
I overdid it badly yesterday, but for once I overdid it physically rather than mentally.
My knees are, um, not happy with me. Nope. Not at all.
Need to find the hot pad...
How are you doing today?
@GwenfarsGarden@sunbeam.city @emsenn I think if I knew of a few other folks who'd be interested it would be easier. BUt I don't really know anyone here well except our neighbor, who is too disabled to work a garden.
Which just highlights how much we need the community-building benefits here...
I normally don't write in the afternoon, but I have a bit of extra time and energy, so going to see how this goes...
The Fediverse #SFFBookClub October selection is A Stranger in Olondria by Sofia Samatar.
All you need to do to participate is use and follow the hashtag in discussions (and try to remember to add it to replies if your app doesn't), and mark in the CW how far along you are for any spoilers you're posting.
As always, we have crowdfunds available for those who might otherwise be unable to participate. Contact me directly if this applies.
Dallas Jury Finds Former DPD Officer Amber Guyger Guilty Of Murdering Botham Jean
I almost always end up arguing a middle ground in polyam discussions. not because I necessarily want to or think the middle ground is 'right'.
But because most such discussions end with one side going "I'm right!" and the other side going "I'm right!" And I usually end up at "I agree with side 1, but there isn't a universal right or wrong and for some people side 2 will be right, so can we..."
Saved by cranky kids
Yes, this is a sort of subtoot. Nothing on fedi.