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This is what I get for drinking a giant mug of Monsoon Malabar coffee earlier today.
(Hello, insomnia! How are you this fine morning?)

I'd planned on writing tonight, but instead I've been sitting here talking to Laura. I had a neurotic fit of restlessness earlier today and cleaned the entire house, right down to rearranging both bookshelves. I found myself envisioning James coming home to Laura saying, Joon-like, "She...cleaned the house," and there I'd be, still up on a chair mopping the dust off the top of the bookshelf (only minus the flying-through-the-air part). And if you didn't understand that, go watch Benny & Joon. It's a great movie. It's one of the few I don't think will ever get old.

While cleaning the upstairs bookshelf, I took stock of all my print publications and put them in one place. It's strange, having the other half entirely online, yet I've never bothered to print them off in their web formats and put them in a binder. It's a weird sensation, not being able to touch or hold up a concrete book or anthology for every single piece. Wonderful, though - it means a handful less to fear losing track of! Links don't fall behind couches or get shoved to the very backs of desks. They stay neatly where you put them on your profile page or in your bookmarks folder! Until they expire, I suppose, but I don't want to think about any of these wonderful webzines dying out any time soon...

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(My insomnia kept me awake till 4am, huzzah.)

Benny & Joon is one of the most amazing films I've seen. Never fails to make me feel fuzzy inside! ♥

It's one of the first movies I remember seeing from start to finish. As is Pretty Woman. I'm not sure what this says about my mother's film preferences when I was about eight or nine, but it's amusing nonetheless.

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