/o\

10 May 2012 07:56 pm
elisi: (My Immortal 2 by ruuger)
WHY is this being so difficult? It's been MONTHS!

I feel like I'm stuck between these two states of being:





*goes back to fic armed with a rocket launcher*

/o\

10 May 2012 07:56 pm
elisi: (My Immortal 2 by ruuger)
WHY is this being so difficult? It's been MONTHS!

I feel like I'm stuck between these two states of being:





*goes back to fic armed with a rocket launcher*
elisi: (Writing is hard! by missmurchison)
"I never call it writer's block, though. I don't know why, but I sort of react with revulsion to that phrase. I imagine it to mean sitting there with No Ideas At All. For me, it feels more like the ideas just won't take the right shape or form."
Russell T. Davies, The Writer's Tale

The great Welshman speaks the truth.
elisi: (Writing is hard! by missmurchison)
"I never call it writer's block, though. I don't know why, but I sort of react with revulsion to that phrase. I imagine it to mean sitting there with No Ideas At All. For me, it feels more like the ideas just won't take the right shape or form."
Russell T. Davies, The Writer's Tale

The great Welshman speaks the truth.
elisi: (Reader I married him by kathyh)
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Yes. :)

Darcy and I were engaged within 6 days of meeting and married a year later. Still happy together 14 1/2 years later. My parents were married after two months - it's their 41 years' wedding anniversary on Monday. My uncle (my mother's brother) and his wife were married 3 months after meeting, nearly 40 years ago. Their daughters both met their husbands-to-be and never looked at anyone else since. (Esp. romantic for the elder one... their eyes (literally) met across a crowded room. They were 16. Still very much in love.)

It's just a thing in our family...

ETA: I am not advocating getting married age 20 as a particularly SENSIBLE thing. I just know what was right for me. And I have never - not EVER - felt more right about anything than I did on my wedding day. (There is also the fact that marriage is hard work. It's worthwhile, but not easy. Which I guess is why I like complicated couples.)
elisi: (Reader I married him by kathyh)
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Yes. :)

Darcy and I were engaged within 6 days of meeting and married a year later. Still happy together 14 1/2 years later. My parents were married after two months - it's their 41 years' wedding anniversary on Monday. My uncle (my mother's brother) and his wife were married 3 months after meeting, nearly 40 years ago. Their daughters both met their husbands-to-be and never looked at anyone else since. (Esp. romantic for the elder one... their eyes (literally) met across a crowded room. They were 16. Still very much in love.)

It's just a thing in our family...

ETA: I am not advocating getting married age 20 as a particularly SENSIBLE thing. I just know what was right for me. And I have never - not EVER - felt more right about anything than I did on my wedding day. (There is also the fact that marriage is hard work. It's worthwhile, but not easy. Which I guess is why I like complicated couples.)
elisi: (Slayer by kathyh.)
[Error: unknown template qotd]If you want to see rants, have a look on my friends list. Every other post is a rant regarding LJ's new release, and the way it has made LJ MORE difficult and LESS userfriendly. Handy tip: This is NOT the way to keep your customers happy.
elisi: (Slayer by kathyh.)
[Error: unknown template qotd]If you want to see rants, have a look on my friends list. Every other post is a rant regarding LJ's new release, and the way it has made LJ MORE difficult and LESS userfriendly. Handy tip: This is NOT the way to keep your customers happy.

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