I really did like the shirt so much in black that I ordered myself one. I have literally just paid myself. Bit of a false economy really.
I did a couple of other designs, one of which I found in a book from a Nano meeting early-ish last year. I need to fiddle around with the regional logo thing, might drop it entirely for one and swap the other. I couldn't decide between a couple of designs; my co-ML thinks I should upload all of them and let people decide. Learned some valuable lessons from the first one though, which was good.
Most Haunted fascinating as usual. Most fascinating was... well. I've never worked out why people think only humans have souls. Obviously they've never owned pets. ...Also obviously, they've also never heard a cat scratching at a door when your two remaining cats are right there and the third recently died.
Animals have souls, people. You only have to spend a short time with them to realise that.
So when there's a noise I immediately referred to as "a bubbling meow" and the person turned around and promptly heard a sharp hiss, much like the kind you get when you've accidentally trodden on a paw, I kinda struggled to work out why he thought this was in some way a child, other than he'd been told there was the ghost of a child in the place.
Incidentally, I swear they're on a mission to make the Midlands seem like a hotbed of demons, rather than just a hotbed of idiots who can't find their indicators and drive like they shouldn't be on the road.
The minibeast from the east is on the way, apparently. I don't think anyone told the weather teams a minibeast is an insect. Giant Asian woodlouse on the way, I suppose. Perhaps we'll get lucky and it's just a Ukrainian earwig.
I sorta miss the snow. Particularly when I don't have to go anywhere. Almost makes me feel xmassy again. Not sure it'll help me write the as-yet-unstarted xmas Alex/Milos story.
...On that subject, my brain insists that Alex sustains spinal trauma in a couple of years, so Milos better get used to sex in his least-favourite position now. Luckily (or unluckily) for Alex he has the government's best scientific teams to study him. They might fix him. They might decide he's better off being tested to destruction. *shrug*
No idea what Milos would do without him. Not something either of them have been particularly keen on thinking about.
I reread some old Radial stuff today.
I miss having a sense of humour.