May. 11th, 2011

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Yesterday was a Bad Knee Day, level somewhere around last Fall bad. Gods I'd almost managed to forget how sucktastic that was. Oddly enough, it was fine all weekend (for which I'm eternally grateful) and was even alright on Monday. Of course, I'm not sure if that's because everything else hurt so much more (a winter of enforced inactivity followed only by a few weeks of daily walks of no more than a mile and half is NOT conducive to a launch into full-on larp combat) that I didn't notice, or what. Things to keep an eye on next event, I guess. *grumble* I have the sinking feeling that I'm likely to make exactly the same choice my father made with this and say "Screw it, I'm not missing out on having fun just because it's going to royally suck in a day or two. It's not like it's going to make it any better or worse!" I'm not going to sit idly in the tavern buildings just because it's going to hurt later. Really, as Dad is proof of, it really won't make a difference one way or the other, so I may as well have fun beforehand and buy stock in Pfizer.

On the plant front, the grass patches I started are doing phenomenally well, for which I'm terribly excited. Will need to price out the larger bags to see if it's feasible to get the rest of the lawn turned into a lawn. My basil and cilantro are thriving, though the chivelettes are looking a little sad just yet. The wildflower bed sprouted over the weekend, so I'm hopeful that will hold out against the violets.

Need to work on PEL. No idea where to start, though my standard bullet-pointed section is pretty much done. The weekend ended up being WAY more intense than I was expecting, and now I'm not sure how to even go about writing about it. This will be interesting.

Today, my plan is to clean off my worktable and get at least one of the Foxentrees transfered onto the watercolor paper. I've been badly slacking on that end of things for the last week or so, and I need to get out of that particular rut. I'd wanted to yesterday, but the aforementioned knee issues made it too much of a pain in the arse to hobble back and forth. I even tried working on the couch, but just couldn't get the right angle to not make a mess of it. Happily, I'm back to what passes for normal these days, so back to the table for me.

That's about it, I guess.

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