And at the very end of the table, wise old grandmother.

Small One’s Birthday. A book I had to write for school.

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Had a particularly Kaelenish moment last night- Wearing horns on my head instead of a headband, because the horns matched my outfit, and none of my headbands did. One thing I can say, got a lot of comments on it. 🙂

David Bowie approves of casual horn use.

Which reminds me, I think I’m finally going to get a chance to sell goods in the market as I’ve been threatening to do for so long now- two of my friends are renting a stall, so I’m going thirders with them, and will sell horns and fingerless gloves.

Also, volunteered to preform a monologue at the Iact coffee house. I haven’t heard a yay or nay yet, but Iif I do, it’ll be from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, one of Puck’s little spiels (and probably the most popular.) “My mistress with a monster is in love.”

Speaking of Iact, I have a small favor to ask of my blog readers. (and, no, my Mother is not stuck in Africa with a deadly disease that will kill her in two weeks if you don’t give me your pin number right now.) Check out this link.  Interaction has entered their ‘idea’ (a fun community acting/dancing/creating/cool stuff place for youth.) into a group of other ‘ideas’. If the iact idea gets enough votes then it will receive a whole buncha money for the cause of creating a great place for kids and teenagers to learn.

You can vote once a day, and it’s really easy. I signed in with my facebook account (took me all of two seconds) and then clicked the ‘vote now’ button. Boom. Done.

So, take the two seconds. Or else you’ll make David Bowie angry. And we don’t want that now, do we?

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