Sunrise.

Feb. 6th, 2009 07:22 am
coniferous_you: (Rainy Day.)
Dear sun,

   It seems that, finally, we're waking up together again, instead of me watching wild-haired as you come back from visiting Australia. I missed those days, didn't you?

Love,
- L.

Question.

Dec. 28th, 2008 05:35 pm
coniferous_you: (We are Integral.)


Do any of you guys know anything about layout-construction? Obviously, I do not. And I could use some basic help of some kind. I have some specific ideas about the layout I'd like, but lack the technical prowess to accomplish them.

Thanks,
El.

One.

Dec. 24th, 2008 03:46 pm
coniferous_you: (Hello Snow!)
DANCE!

Two.

Dec. 23rd, 2008 05:58 pm
coniferous_you: (Hello Snow!)
Sisters, arriving.

Three.

Dec. 22nd, 2008 10:27 pm
coniferous_you: (Hello Snow!)
FIVE EXTRA ANIMALS!

Four.

Dec. 21st, 2008 10:04 pm
coniferous_you: (Hello Snow!)
Our tree's up, finally!

Five.

Dec. 20th, 2008 04:41 pm
coniferous_you: (Hello Snow!)
Baked today, and actually succeeded.

Six.

Dec. 19th, 2008 04:59 pm
coniferous_you: (Hello Snow!)
Christmas is transient; anticipation is perpetual.

Seven.

Dec. 18th, 2008 03:56 pm
coniferous_you: (Hello Snow!)
Well, my hair is GIGANTIC today. Festive.

Eight.

Dec. 17th, 2008 04:01 pm
coniferous_you: (Hello Snow!)
Surprise! Snowed today. I'll probably play in it.

Nine.

Dec. 16th, 2008 11:01 pm
coniferous_you: (Hello Snow!)
Asked to do the Christmas baking. ALL OF IT.

Ten.

Dec. 15th, 2008 04:59 pm
coniferous_you: (Hello Snow!)
O Holy Night, the song breaks, light spreads. Quietly, unnoticed.

Il neige.

Nov. 2nd, 2008 03:20 pm
coniferous_you: (Rainy Day.)
      I felt it!

      I went to bed and, for some reason, could not sleep. My window was covered by a thick blanket, but I jumped out of bed and pulled it off. I looked outside. I knew what I would see before I saw it.

     It was snowing! I went outside immediately. It wasn't really snowing heavily or anything, but it was enough to make me happy. After walking around for awhile, I lay down on the grass and looked up. There were no stars.

     At first, a few flakes drifted from the sky but, soon, more and more snow started falling and soon I was caught in this swirling haze of white. Shortly after, it stopped completely and the sky was black again. I stood up and went inside, filled with a sense of overwhelming happiness.

I slept well last night,
L.
coniferous_you: (Default)
Oh. Well, I figured out why. So if you had something ABSOLUTELY RUTHLESS to say. (Or something nice, it doesn't have to be that bad.)  So, all of you people that usually comment twice - go for it!

Strange.

Oct. 11th, 2008 01:07 pm
coniferous_you: (Default)
Uhhh, did anyone else have a message that said my other post was "locked" or something? Someone just said that it wouldn't let them say anything. I have no idea what that means.
coniferous_you: (Default)
    Lately, I have not felt like communicating with anyone online.  I come back from work everyday and think, "well yeah...I should talk to my friends, but I have to write." And then I write, which leaves me drained of all life. I still have energy, but none of it wants to go towards anything that would involve writing more words. It kind of makes me sad.

L.
coniferous_you: (The Eye.)
   When no one you know is responsive to anything you do for them, you kind of wonder if you're the one with the problem.

   Also, for those of you who write, do you start with the end first/write it shortly after beginning the project or write it when it comes chronologically? 

L.

Pourquoi.

Jun. 20th, 2008 02:07 pm
coniferous_you: (A L'ecole.)
 Dear frizzy ponytail guys,

    I've been concerned for you for awhile now, but I felt I had to say something. Your "wearing big glasses with a beard and a ponytail" is not a new fashion statement and, frankly, I'm apalled that someone who acts so pedantic would not be well-read enough to know that. Although it upsets me, I am perhaps not upset enough to post cryptic, yet big-word-ridden posts on the Internet journal of my choice. 
   Oh you may say, "but L, you can't understand! You don't know what it's like! You don't wear glasses! Your hair is short! You can't even grow a beard!" But you are, contrary to your passive-aggressive defense of your own infallability, wrong. Being a big-glasses ponytail beard guy is a state of mind. This state of mind involves being backwards sexist (ie. putting women so high on a pedestal that it's condescending), communication inhibited (ie. movie/video game quotes count as actual speech?), and revelrous in your own geekdom. Normally, being proud of your hobbies is a good thing. When it's a stand-offish head game to cover your anger at how society rejects you, then it's not okay. Smile on the outside, say "I'm a super-powered fighter, I just hold back" on the inside.

   You're not an angel, really. I mean it. Trust me.

WHY ARE THERE SO MANY BEARD PONYTAIL GUYS TODAY
L.

PS - If you're over thirty, and have some gray in your hair - you might be partially excused for sex appeal.
coniferous_you: (Default)

      Um, you know you're too comfortable at your university when you can walk into a class inexplicably barefoot, and not care who sees you.

L.

coniferous_you: (Stop! Lizard ahead!)
    Dear sister talking downstairs and who never listens to me when I say this,    
    THE PERCEIVED DIFFERENCES IN PERSONALITY BETWEEN GENDERS IS SOCIALLY CONSTRUCTED!!!

    Dear people who believe in the objective truth of Gods or Science, 
    WE, AS FINITE BEINGS, CANNOT COMPREHEND THE INFINITE! (And assuming you can is just arrogance. Don't try to tell me that either provides any more of an objective view of reality than the other because you, as a finite human being, don't know objectivity.)     

     Dear water,
     WHY CAN'T I STOP DRINKING YOU? SERIOUSLY.

Okay, I'm done.
L.
     

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