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It’s been forever since I’ve updated. Logging in I realized I hadn’t posted to let you guys know I’ve moved to blogspot. You can now find me at should-be-knitting on blogger.  At present I’m mainly blogging at list makers anonymous (yay new years project!) but should be back at should be knitting soon.

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I haven’t felt much like writing lately.  I’ve either been really busy or totally uninspired.  I’m hoping to have a bunch of photos done up for Monday as Memorial Day’s the official start of summer around here.  Until then this little guy’s going to hang around and keep an eye on things 😉

Wordless Wednesday- May 12th, originally uploaded by onelonetree.

Wordless Wednesday

Week 3: Glass, originally uploaded by onelonetree.

Becca and I are projects junkies of the worst kind, particularly when it involves the two of us doing something together.  We were beyond help the day we met, which is why it surprises me it’s taken us this long to come up with our latest project.  Every week one of us picks a random word and we have photograph the word.  This past Wednesday was present and coming up this week is left… but before I get ahead of myself, here’s last week’s photos.

Week 1- Present

Seeing Women in Scifi’s recent Sam Carter v Helen Magnus character comparison post made me realize two things: 1) I haven’t updated my 42 Things post and 2) I’ve been a bad scifi junkie so far this year.  I’ve managed only one season of Stargate SG-1 (S9), none of Atlantis barring a couple of episodes both of which are my usual scifi staples.  I’ve started Farscape again and picked up a couple of favorites Merlin and Battlestar Galactica.

On the reading front I haven’t done much better (I’m halfway through The Chronicles of Narnia).  Although to be fair reading scifi has never been something I’ve really bothered with (which is half the reason I signed up for the challenge…the half other being I’m clearly insane and have to do everything).

I have, however, totally rocked it in regard to watching Sanctuary (for those of you who haven’t watched the show yet, emphasis on yet here’s the blurb from wikipedia “The show centers on Dr. Helen Magnus, a 158-year-old English scientist, and her team of experts who run the Sanctuary, an organization that seeks out non-human intelligent creatures, known as Abnormals, and tries to help and learn from them, while also having to contain the more dangerous ones.”).  I’ve rewatched both seasons including the season 2 opening (*sniffle*).  I know I’ve said this about a million times before but this show seriously rocks! I’d list a bunch of reasons but I’m not sure I could manage to fit it all in one post, so instead I bring you 12 reasons why I love Helen Magnus (the show’s main character), in no particular order:

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  1. She loves tea
  2. She has the best wardrobe (shoes included)
  3. Her cheeky smile
  4. She has the coolest job ever (her job title has words I can’t even pronounce)
  5. She grew up in Victorian England
  6. Her crying will break your heart but she looks good doing it
  7. Bigfoot is her butler
  8. She’s well travelled
  9. Her sense of humor
  10. Helen in crisis mode is awesome and sarcastic
  11. Her hair
  12. She doesn’t look like a drowned rat when soaking wet

All Made Up

Worldless Wednesday Meme

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