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PoT, work, writing update

I showed Ro PairPuri 8 tonight. She actually jumped when Yagyuu and Sanada went bursting into the bathroom. Her reactions were priceless, but she didn't like Akaya's dress much. *snickers* I told her the theory that they set it up for Sanada and Ryoma and she either pretended not to know what I was talking about, or just ignored me. But that was so totally a set up. Yukimura is a manipulator.
Then we watched Day of the Survival Mountain and the four OVAs that she had downloaded. My favorite, of course, was the Rikkai one. I don't know why Sanada couldn't keep his hair styled like that for ninth grade. He's sooo cute. The matches with Shitenhoji were interesting. Ro finds the team (except Shiraishi) annoying *coughKoharuYuukuncough* but they just make me laugh at this point. Their way of going into the school was priceless. I could have done without Higa though. Can't stand that school.
We're getting closer to the musicals. *does happy dance* I can't wait for her to see them. She won't read the mangas - mainly because she only has the downloads and I won't loan her my copies - but the musicals are so much closer to the manga than the anime is. She's still asking me what's under Shiraishi's bandage and doesn't believe me that it's poison. So she's a little pissy about that one, but I keep telling her if she reads the main manga I'll give her a link to the new ones and she can find out more about his arm. Until then, it's poison. Besides, it's cute.

Starting Sunday I no longer have to work night shifts. I'm so excited about that one. I'll actually have a semi-normal schedule. Ed and James aren't too happy, but I explained it was because of my health and, face it, I am the supervisor. I try not to pull that role too often, but hey, it's true. I've paid my dues at that place and am the one that makes the schedule. I bend over backwards to let them have whenever they want off and keep the place running while they're gone. I don't think this is too much. But we'll have to see how it goes. I know Ed doesn't want to work nights with his classes, but I was careful and he doesn't have to get up early to get to class the days he works nights, so I'm not being heartless. And he has weekends off. Totally.

My arm is about 85%. I'm out of the brace for the most part and kinda able to type. Nothing hideously long, so I don't know when I'll get back to updating things, but I hope by the middle of February. I have so many story ideas running around my head that it doesn't work to hand write them because I need to be able to move fast, which is typing. So I promise to get back in as soon as I can. I see my PT tomorrow - thank heavens - and my doc on the first. I'll be curious to see what they say. Especially as my doc summoned me. I think I missed a bloodwork appointment.
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