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As Granny Weatherwax would say.

In case anybody was wondering where I've been ... sorry I fell off the site for a couple of months there.  Between the holiday of Shavuot, a dear friend's wedding, the death of a family friend, two conventions in two months (one of which I was performing at, and the other of which I was helping to run), and a handful of miscellaneous other things, I sort of ran out of spare brain for a little while.

I'm back!  (Hopefully!)  Have I missed anything crucial?



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  •  Welcome back! (1+ / 0-)
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    Of course there was pie. When isn't there pie?

    Cogito, ergo Democrata.

    by Ahianne on Tue Jul 08, 2014 at 06:12:47 PM PDT

  •  Tipped for Mistress Weatherwax (1+ / 0-)
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    Who is my very most  favoritist Discworld character.  Because she knows that, when you're dealing with a particularly evil type of vampire, you just have to grip the blade, stand your ground, and deal with the wound later; who knows when there should be a Reckoning and when the lesson is enough; because she is not the Maiden, nor the Mother, but . . . the Other one, though nobody really likes to mention that fact.

    Welcome back!

    •  *salutes for the Other One* (2+ / 0-)
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      Ahianne, CroneWit

      Given your username I am somehow unsurprised that she's your favorite.  :)

      (Well, and also given the fact that she is made of raw hammered awesome.)

      •  Love this: "raw hammered awesome" (1+ / 0-)
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        Batya the Toon

        Thanks.  You've given me yet more to aspire to.

        And yes, 'raw hammered' awesome.  When the situation demands as-yet-unheard-of concentrations of Awesome, she clucks her tongue in irritation then reaches out into the Wherewithal for the right flavor of Stuff, hammers it into shape in the time it takes her to blink, then Puts It Out There in the world.  Which is changed.

        These incidents of Immediate Manifestation are sometimes wearing, but never worry.  If she hasn't shaken it off by the time she's walked home, she can pin the sign to her chest and take a ride, flying with the owlses or cozying up with the field mice living warm and dry in the well-stocked cat-free barn.

        (Ps:  Just making this up as I went along, but don't you think 'the Wherewithal' sounds like the place Ms W draws her juice from?)

        (And Ps again:  Thanks for sparking this moment of right-brain contemplation of Ms W; I've spent 2 long hard days researching into the Dark Side (where some truly crazy mofos live) and this interlude was very bracing.  Straightening my hat now, for my long walk home over The Chalk.)

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