sumeria: Blood burns like fire; it always burns through. (Red)
So, the holiday season kicked my ass. I have more bookmarks on pinboard than I care to think about that I need to format and tag. To say nothing of my habit of adding new levels of tagging complexity periodically and then not going back to make compliant earlier bookmarks. -_-

New Year's Resolution the first: get my bloody tags in order.

New Year's Resolution the second: get my drawing speed up to something useful. My beautiful tablet laptop et itself a few weeks back, and though I immediately replaced it with a much faster model, I am now having to relearn how to draw. Steve the graphics tablet is a lot more temperamental than Itachi the laptop was, alas.

But since I am nothing if not a procrastinator, yuletide recs list probably coming before either of those.
sumeria: She's the poster child for all the crazy chances that we take (Mermaid)
So, for this edition of the Quarterly mix exchange, the topic was "color", and the specific color I was assigned was a peachy-pink poppy color which Brina, who chose it, called "Tequila Sunrise". I had a plan for this color; I was going to create an Alice in Wonderland themed playlist, and it was going to be charming.

I have literally *no idea* how this happened instead-- but this is the mix that wanted to be created, and I eventually caved.  It is about sunrise, and sunset, and the ocean.  And mermaids. 


1.  Wind in the Pipes, by Meg Davis
2. Ocean, by Dar Williams
3. Erased, by Vixy and Tony
4. Calypso, by Suzanne Vega
5. Ariel, by October Project
6. Diamond Crevasse, by Sheryl Nome
7. Arms of the Sea, by Heather Alexander
8. Captain Jack and the Mermaid, by Meg Davis
9. In the Sea, Soundtrack: The Last Unicorn
10. Calling the Moon, by Dar Williams
11. Voices of the Sea, by Heather Alexander
12. Scarlet, by Iwao Junko
13. Still Catch the Tide, by Seanan McGuire
14. Tell me What the Rain Knows, by Yoko Kanno
15. First Rising Tide, by Alexander Adams
16. Into the West, Soundtrack: Return of the King
17. Balance of Nature, by Alexander Adams
 
sumeria: She's the poster child for all the crazy chances that we take (Mermaid)
So, for this edition of the Quarterly mix exchange, the topic was "color", and the specific color I was assigned was a peachy-pink poppy color which Brina, who chose it, called "Tequila Sunrise". I had a plan for this color; I was going to create an Alice in Wonderland themed playlist, and it was going to be charming.

I have literally *no idea* how this happened instead-- but this is the mix that wanted to be created, and I eventually caved.  It is about sunrise, and sunset, and the ocean.  And mermaids. 


1.  Wind in the Pipes, by Meg Davis
2. Ocean, by Dar Williams
3. Erased, by Vixy and Tony
4. Calypso, by Suzanne Vega
5. Ariel, by October Project
6. Diamond Crevasse, by Sheryl Nome
7. Arms of the Sea, by Heather Alexander
8. Captain Jack and the Mermaid, by Meg Davis
9. In the Sea, Soundtrack: The Last Unicorn
10. Calling the Moon, by Dar Williams
11. Voices of the Sea, by Heather Alexander
12. Scarlet, by Iwao Junko
13. Still Catch the Tide, by Seanan McGuire
14. Tell me What the Rain Knows, by Yoko Kanno
15. First Rising Tide, by Alexander Adams
16. Into the West, Soundtrack: Return of the King
17. Balance of Nature, by Alexander Adams
 
Wow. I fail so hard...

I totally forgot all about this meme all weekend. In my defense, it was because I was marathoning Vampire Diaries with [livejournal.com profile] psiten, who hadn't seen it before, making it totally in a worthy cause? And yet still. Even adorable pouty psychotic vampires should not so distract me from my course of action. I am shamed.

So, for... last Friday's entry... I was supposed to do a time travel fic. Being that I read crap tons of Doctor Who fic, that is, of course, pretty easy to find. I did think about taking the time to scare up the link to something less obvious, but my clock informs me that I have only ten minutes left before I am even more days late on this, so I will just go with my first instinct.

Read more... )
Wow. I fail so hard...

I totally forgot all about this meme all weekend. In my defense, it was because I was marathoning Vampire Diaries with [livejournal.com profile] psiten, who hadn't seen it before, making it totally in a worthy cause? And yet still. Even adorable pouty psychotic vampires should not so distract me from my course of action. I am shamed.

So, for... last Friday's entry... I was supposed to do a time travel fic. Being that I read crap tons of Doctor Who fic, that is, of course, pretty easy to find. I did think about taking the time to scare up the link to something less obvious, but my clock informs me that I have only ten minutes left before I am even more days late on this, so I will just go with my first instinct.

Read more... )

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