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Making iced coffee (mocha!) this morning! OMG, it is too hot for freshly brewed coffee, so I actually displayed forethought last night and made a whole pot so I will have cold coffee and coffee cubes stocked up for the rest of the week.

This dorothysnarker post. I have been asking myself this question as I re-watch Buffy, and the amount of Twilight obsession at work is KILLING me. Buffy slays Twilight, just so everyone knows my opinion on the subject, and I actually commented to the post, which is kind of a first for me as a lurker on the blog.

Also, thank you for all of the agreement and understanding with my femslash/fandom post last week. It got some really great comments (read them!), and I'm glad to see I'm not the only person who feels this way. In a complete deviation from my usual way of doing things, I'm wondering if there is any way to do something so people would snap out of the hum-drum mediocrity and actually start to care about what they're creating. Anyone have any ideas for what could be done? I'm tired of complaining about this constantly, there has to be something that I can do other than sitting on the fandom porch and grouching about "kids theses days" or whatever.

I really wish I was still writing fic. I'm writing lj posts, and doing morning pages (when I remember) and yet I can't do fic or even original work. The trouble is, I'm not really heavily invested in any ship or show at the moment, or the ones I am interested in are all dead and gone with a fandom that I'm not even remotely involved in to begin with. I miss the high of posting fic, of putting something of myself into a piece of work and seeing whatever response it might get. It's that part of fandom that I enjoyed interacting with the most.

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