Monthly Archives: December 2003
Booklog is Back!
Well, sort of. I’ve set it up over here and there’s a new entry. I haven’t redone the templates yet, though. Or uploaded the old entries. *sigh*
The Paths of the Dead (The Viscount of Adrilankha, part I)
by Stephen Brust The newest in the Phoenix Guards series! Huzzah! Dragaeran fantasy written in the French Romantic style. Think The Three Musketeers, but with sorcery. Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeet.
\NUHP-shuhl; -chuhl\, adjective: 1. Of or pertaining to marriage; done or used at a wedding; as, “nuptial rites and ceremonies.” 2. Of, pertaining to, or occurring in the mating season. noun: Marriage; wedding; nuptial ceremony; — usually used in the … Continue reading
\pih-JOR-uh-tiv\, adjective: 1. Tending to make or become worse. 2. Tending to disparage or belittle. noun: A belittling or disparaging word or expression. I should write more about my web troubles, but I can’t think of pejoratives strong enough for … Continue reading
\ek-SPROH-pree-ayt\, transitive verb: 1. To deprive of possession. 2. To transfer (the property of another) to oneself. It sometimes seems to me that expropriation is a common political tactic.
Well, I’m back.
… obviously. Shoulda posted this before I got into catching up on memes. :) Had a good time camping. We just about froze our butts off in Calico – one night it was several degrees below freezing – but we … Continue reading
Last week’s Friday Five.
PromoGuy’s Monday Mission 3.52
The next to last Monday Mission… *sniffles*
I’m leaving today to go camping. I’ll be back the 29th. Well, assuming I survive the sub-freezing temperatures of Calico, NV where we’ll be staying. I’m going with my parents, my Aunt and Uncle, and all their dogs – Mom’s … Continue reading