5/4/17

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1. I'm not really sure what to do about LJ. Most people seem to be deleting their journals. That seems probably not necessary to me, but maybe I'm wrong. I have to admit that I would prefer having only one social media platform to check; I also don't have any super attachment to LJ anymore. IDK

If I delete, I lose access to club-joss, and I think I saw someone saying they're going to delete communities with no activity for a certain number of days (Is that right?). I could make a new DW account and import that community, right?

I have a question about how importing works. If I import my LJ to my DW, it will duplicate posts that aren't crossposted, correct? Will it just tack on the LJ comments to the end of the DW comments or intersperse them?

What do y'all think?

2. Walking Dead season finale was awesome. SPOILERS )

3. Into the Badlands has been good. I just wish it wasn't on so late at night. I have so much trouble staying up that late now. It ruins my sleep; it's like there's a window in which I can fall asleep easily, and if I stay up too much past that, I'm screwed.

4. I'm going to stop taking the Elmiron for my IC. It causes night sweats, and I'm finally getting really fed up with it. I'd gone six months with zero night sweats, and taking this medicine made me start having them again. They've gradually gotten worse the longer I've taken it as well. Last night I changed shirts three times. It's really affecting my sleep. I've got about 3 weeks of the med left before I need a refill, and part of me feels like I should finish it out since I paid for it, but the other part of me despairs at three more weeks of terrible sleep laying on cold wet sheets and getting up to change my clothes every few hours. *sigh*
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The Scarlet PimpernelThe Scarlet Pimpernel by Emmuska Orczy

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


I was reluctant to read this book because I thought for some reason that it would be dry or dense. Fortunately, it is neither. It's a quick, fun, breezy read that I think would appeal even to junior high readers. It's a mystery, a romance, and a novel of intrigue. The fun for the first half of the novel is trying to figure out who the Scarlet Pimpernel is, and the fun for the second half is cheering him on in his mission of rescuing condemned French aristocrats. Very entertaining.



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(I realize the tag is not quite the right era, but it'll do.)