Tuesday, March 31, 2009

90. Requiem for a Sock

March 31 I have a hole in one of my socks. For most, this wouldn’t be a big issue, you’d just toss the sock and that is that. Except this is my first pair of handknit socks in fingering weight. I had made two pairs of shorter house socks, but these were my first pair of fingering weight socks. Also, they were my first pair of toe up socks, and my first skein of expensive sock yarn to boot. No pun intended. It’s Lucy Neatby’s Celestial Merino Dream and I love it. My only quam (second time I’ve used that word today) with my socks is that the bind off is fairly tight, and they’re not quite tall enough. I might end up just frogging them completely so I can make another pair of the Vinnlands, which is what these are… were. *sigh* I’ll miss those socks. Now please join me in taking a moment of silence.

You will be missed but never forgotten.

-Cheers folks!

Monday, March 30, 2009

89. With Whipped Cream on top

March 30

Apple Blossoms. So tasty, but so bad for you, especially when you put a huge dollop of whipped cream on top like I did. They’re like an individual sized apple crisp, which I love. I pretty much love any type of fruit, apples, grapes, strawberries, kiwi, etc. But my favourite of all time has to be blueberries. I don’t know where my fascination with the teeny tiny little blue balls of goodness (oh god that sounds horribly dirty) came from, but oh how I love anything blueberry. Except for the cheesecake I tried to make with the mister which ended up being blueberry cream cheese soup… it was bad, real bad.

On another note, I want new BBC Sci-Fi shows. Doctor Who and Torchwood preferably, but I’ll take just about anything right now. I’m jonesing for some Ianto Jones. Call a Doctor, The Doctor. *blink* I’m sorry, I’m done. WAIT! One more. I’ve got a hankering for some 51st century pheromones. Ow ow. Anyone else?

-Cheers folks!

Sunday, March 29, 2009

88. The Hobby that Keeps you Warm

I worked on the over-sewing for a while today, and wow it keeps me warm. The quilt itself isn't going to be too big, lap blanket or baby blanket sized. But I'm happy with it so far. I'm really excited for it to be done, but I'm also really excited when I work on my Lizard Ridge blanket, and the Test Screen blanket, and any of the many other huge projects I have on the go. I just don't have the mental capacity to work on just one so I can actually finish something. Ah well, they'll all get done in time.

-Cheers folks!

Saturday, March 28, 2009

87. Spin Cycle

I spun for a long while today. Quite a long while. Enough so that I watched 7 episodes of Torchwood season 1 today. Yea, that counts as an extremely fun day for me. I also worked on my Lizard Ridge block, re-wound a few balls of wool, cut the batting for my quilt and started the over-sewing. I barely got out of my pjs, and that was because I thought of doing a load of laundry and wanted to add them to the wash. I didn't even sort my laundry. It's going to be another long week of "I wish I did laundry earlier". Great.

-Cheers folks!

Friday, March 27, 2009

86. In Search Of.....

So here I am at 11:48 trying to pick out music for the newest episode of the podcast, and nothing is sparking my attention. It's bad enough when it's good music that's just horribly recorded, but it's the songs that have samples in them that I know are stock on some of the free music editing programs. A word to the wise: if you're going to use stock, change it up a bit. I hate watching TV shows where I can figure out what libraries the sound effects come from. I need to take a break so I can get today's picture taken. I also would like to kick this cold, my brain can't take much more rattling around with all this coughing.

It's almost an hour later now and I finally have music, and a picture has been taken. I was playing around with ISO settings, and I managed to get this picture which I thought was kind of interesting seeing as I don't have a black and white setting on this camera. I want to get outside to take more and more pictures! I'm longing to just walk through the city with my camera and snap photos of everything and anything. Just go Tourist. I think it'd be fun. Photo scavenger hunt anyone?

OH! I played Winter Sports for the Wii tonight. It's like Winter Game '86 for the Atari (which we have and I did play when we had a TV the Atari could be hooked up to), but the new winter games has better graphics and more movement other than Go, Left, Right, Forward, Back. For example, in Curling you select throwing direction, curve direction and then you select your throwing power by actually doing the stone throwing movement. I want a Wii. I also want a Wii Fit, but they're apparently impossible to find in Canada. Oh well, I did just drop a pretty penny on my camera, so all for the best I guess.

-Cheers folks!

Thursday, March 26, 2009

85. Hibernation

So apparently my bear (AKA one of my many huge projects currently in progress) has woken up with the thoughts of Spring. I have cast on for another block of my Lizard Ridge blanket. I've got 6 blocks done, but I'm not doing the small squares, mine are big. Same width as the pattern but I'm doing then over twice as long, so I'm using up more of the yarn. I still need more Noro Kureyon, but the LYS where I had been getting it from hasn't had any in stock for a long (worrying) long time, and the other LYS that carries it stocks few colors at a big price ($2 more per ball than the other store!). I had gotten a bunch from Little Knits a while back at a GREAT price, but they don't have any new colors other than one which I don't have, and shipping wouldn't make it worth it for me. I'll try to find some people on Ravelry who are destashing Noro, but I need two balls per block, most people only have one ball of each color, or they have bags of ten. Hmmmmm..... maybe I'll do a border of single blocks all around what I have now.... damn. I hate when I have ideas late(ish) at night.

It's time to go back to editing. I'm going to see if I can finish the editing tonight so all I have to do tomorrow (or Saturday if need be) is find music, finalize and publish. I should be able to get 'er done pretty soon.

-Cheers folks!

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

84. Dino, dino, dinosaur!

This bowl holds sentimental value to me, and I'm not sure why, what I do know is that this is the last piece of plastic dish other than storage containers that gets used on a regular basis. I love the dino bowl. I even eat cereal with a tea spoon rather than a soup spoon when I eat out of it to add to to the whole little kid feeling.

Do you have anything from your childhood that you still use?

-Cheers folks!

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

83. Oh yay.

Okay folks, I'm sick. I have given in. I'm sick. I have taken Tylenol, and I want to go to bed. Today's picture was taken by a future Spark (she's a leader's daughter) so that's why it's blurry and of me. Still, she was super cute with the strap around her neck and trying to figure out what button was the one to take the picture.

-Cheers folks!

Monday, March 23, 2009

82. Dear Winter

Dear Winter,

I know that we had quite a fling, the last few months had been fun. But it got old. We grew apart. I no longer wanted to frolic in your snowy goodness like I did as a child, I no longer can spend hours on the ski hill like I used to, and frankly, all your snow has gone limp. They say that two people can grow apart and want different things, I think that's what happened. I used to adore spending long nights together, staring out the window with a warm beverage while you painted my neighborhood white, but I don't want to do that anymore.

I want to go outside in my kicks and run around in a tight leather jacket. I want to plant seeds in a garden to grow tomatoes and beans. I want to walk down the street with the warm sun on my face. I miss the birds chirping, chipmunks running around, and I even miss the cruise ship tourists.

We have run our course, but you just don't get it. We're over. I want to move on, but you keep trying to get back in. I don't want to succumb to more short days and long nights with all those slushy days where I come home with salt stains on my pant legs and cold, wet feet. That's not what I had in mind. Please take the hint, we're done. I'm over you. Please leave. I met this new guy, his name is Spring, I think there might be something there and I'd really like to see if something could come of it. He has an older brother too, Summer, it could be fun.

I hope you do well elsewhere, I hear there's a girl named Australia who is breaking up with Autumn, maybe she'll take you. I wish you all the best.

Yours sincerely, Gwen.

Sunday, March 22, 2009

81. Good Ol' Days

Am I the only one who misses those big, bulky, awesome play sets that were around when we (those of us in our 20s) were kids? The big tall slides, monkey bars that were ten feet off the ground, teeter totters, and best of all, everything that could was made out of wood. Wood and metal. None of this plastic crap, well, except for those spiral slides. Those were cool. I remember many days in the summer trying to go down the metal ones in shorts, my legs nearly getting burnt on the hot metal. OR the days where I'd spend so much time on the monkey bars that my palms would be one big, painful blister. Oh the memories of the good ol' days.

-Cheers folks!

Saturday, March 21, 2009

80. Frameless Prints

I got a set of prints from The Dreamy Giraffe back in October, and I just got around to getting the up. I don't have a frame for them yet because I'm being super picky and sort of cheap. I want to display them like I have them arranged currently, but trying to find a frame that will do such is not easy. I will probably have to (eventually) shell out some dough and buy a frame from a framing place, but seeing as I currently don't have much room to put things on my walls at the moment, it can wait. For now I'm just glad to see them up instead of in the cardboard envelope that they were mailed in.

-Cheers folks!

79. Flash the Stash

I really don't have that much in the way of untouched stash. I have a lot of remnants, but I don't have much in the way of project stash. The odd skein here and there seems to add up. One might think that buying smaller quantities will help in the reduction of stash, but apparently not. What I should do is sit down with my camera and my scale and both weigh and photograph my stash so I know what I have, what I want, what I want to get rid of, and what I need to toss. There might be a day coming up where I will post pictures and see if you, my rare comment leaving readers, would like some stuff.

Today's picture (I know it's a day late, but I was at the mister's last night and there was no way I was going to post in the drunken state I was in) is some Fleece Artist that I got for Christmas. It's a seconds, but there's only a small bit in the middle along with a couple knots. It will still make a very nice pair of socks, if I can ever finish the green and grey socks I'm working on. FYI, I had to rip back the gusset increases three stinking times because I kept doing my L&R-inc's the wrong way and I couldn't get them to work out right. It was very frustrating. They're in time out right now, I'm working on my shawl. I should be editing episode 84, but for some reason I can't get into it. I'll chalk it up to feeling a wee bit under the weather. Ain't life grand?

-Cheers folks!

Thursday, March 19, 2009

78. No. No. No.

I am not getting sick. Knock on wood.

I have a fair bit in the way of indie perfumes. I've even got a set of Torchwood inspired perfumes that although aren't as strong as my others, are really nice. I did up my own labels for them though because I wasn't too taken with the extremely plain labels that were on them before. My labels have the "T" logo, as well as TORCHWOOD (in the same font) on the top of the label, with the perfume name in the same font just a different style. I really like my perfumes, but I find that most places I go are "Scent Conscience" so I feel guilty wearing them. These perfumes aren't as bad as commercial ones with loads of chemicals and fillers, but they are strong (for the most part). I want candles though. Having a candle with the Freshman scent from Happy Housewife would be awesome.

I should get to editing. I might end up taking my laptop to the mister's on the weekend just so that I can work on the episode. I'm in no shape to publish tonight, and I don't think that I'll get much editing done tonight either before I crash hard.

-Cheers folks.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

77. Muddy Bottom Blues

We went to a playground today with the kids at the camp. They were getting a little crazy being inside, so we decided to take them out to spend some energy. To get to the park, we had to cross a baseball field, the diamond was a little sloppy, but it was even worse when we got to the far side and I realized it was all mud. I couldn't go back around because the kids were already a fair ways ahead of me (there was another leader in the front, I was taking up the back). I had to go through the mud. I was wearing my Airwalks. I was not happy. They did dry off and all the mud fell off and they're just a teeny bit brown, but that's okay now I guess. It's all mud under the bridge now.

-Cheers folks!

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

76. Wonderful

First off, I have a cough. Not an "I've got something in my throat" cough but an "I've got a cold coming on" cough. I am not pleased. I know who I would have gotten it from too, so that just adds to the anger that has built up around said person already.

Work with the kids was good today. The guy who came in to do Flash was much more of a starter than the girl who was doing animation yesterday, but he wasn't much of a leader, it took a whole lot of persuading by me to get the kids to pay attention. Most of them didn't want to do much in Flash, so we spent the afternoon doing various things. One of them (the only girl there today) worked on her Clamation video the entire day (it's awesome, I love it), along with a few others who spent the afternoon on their clamation videos, a few of the guys worked in a program called RPGMaker and made games, a few worked in Pivots, while a few of them worked away in Flash. Tomorrow is podcasting. Speaking of which, I have an episode of LnV that will not be getting finished tonight, and I'm going to see the mister tomorrow evening, then I'm working ALL day Thursday (office in the morning, camp in the evening until fairly late), looks like the episode will go out on Friday. Crap. Maybe not. Argh. I need to be less busy.

I was going to say something else, damned if I can remember though. Damnit.

-Cheers folks!

Monday, March 16, 2009

75. nom nom fishes

First off, day 75 and I'm still going strong! There have been a few blips, but only under extreme circumstances.

I started my new job this week. It's only for this week though, so it's nothing huge, but I did enjoy it today even though there were a touch unorganized for my liking. We did stopmotion and clamation today, it was pretty interesting. I'm not too looking forward to tomorrow when we do flash animation and papermation, but I'm (once again) not leading the kids, I'm just a helper, so it should be okay. Wednesday during the day and Thursday evening will be my days though: Podcasting. That I am excited for. I wish I had some reason to take my camera, but after seeing how clingy some of the kids were, there is no way that I'd be taking my camera out while in with the group. I might bring it tomorrow and take a walk to take some pictures before I head home, but I'm not convinced of it yet. We'll see how I feel in the morning.

-Cheers folks!

Sunday, March 15, 2009

74. Cute as a button

We had cake and ice cream for my parent's anniversary today, so we got together with my grandparents and my mom's brother and his wife and their kid. He (my little cousin) is the cutest guy ever. Only 11 months old, but I can tell that he's going to break some hearts when he gets older. I've been having loads of fun with my new camera, as you can tell. I took about 250 pictures today, when I deleted the crappy ones I still had over 75, not bad if I do say so myself.

-Cheers folks!

Saturday, March 14, 2009

73. To Celebrate Pi Day

I celebrated Pi day by buying a Camera. A very nice camera. I got a Sony A300 from Black's, I love it. Love Love Love. I took it to the mister's cousin's hockey game tonight and I took 1052 pictures there, and then the count went up to 1098 when we went to the Wendy's/Tim Horton's afterward. Only thing is I don't have a case for it yet. Oh well, I'll get it in due time. Right now though, I want to play with it some more. It's fun to play with things that are big.

-Cheers folks!

Friday, March 13, 2009

72. It's a Struggle

12:13am -> This post is already late, and I haven't even taken the picture yet. I know what I'm taking a picture of, but it's hard to get off my ass to go take it. I don't even want to knit or quilt, I just want to sit here with my laptop and browse/shop online. For what? I don't rightly know. I'm looking for a DSL camera, but I think I have found the one I want (Sony a200, from Black's Photography here in Dartmouth), but me being me, I want to see all the pictures I can of it, maybe find the manual online and do butt tonnes of research before I even get my greedy little palms on it. This, of course, is my Christmas present to myself with all the Christmas cash that I got. I did spend it, but on nothing special, nothing in particular. I had thought about getting a spinning wheel, but I have absolutely nowhere to store it, so that would not work. I like my Sony Cybershot, but I want a DSL. I also want it now, not tomorrow. I am so impatient sometimes. It was frustrating me that I couldn't go get it tonight, pretty much to the point of tears too. I was looking for something to eat in the kitchen and couldn't find anything in the cuboard by the fridge, I sighed, sat down on the floor and chatted with mom and dad for a while. Definately made me feel like a little kid, looking up at them from such a low vantage point, but it was fun.

12:27am -> I still haven't taken the picture, and I've taken two breaks to talk to two people about tonight's Battlestar Galactica episode. I need to get craking and then hit the sack, busy day tomorrow.

12:39am -> Pictures are taken, now to choose the best one.

12:44am -> Picture chosen, number and date added, picture uploaded to post.

12:46am -> Published!

-Cheers folks!

Thursday, March 12, 2009

71. Apple Crisp

Apple Crisp. That is all.

I stupidly deleted all my music off of my ipod, so here I go to put as many songs back on as I can while still leaving plenty of room for podcasts. What podcasts do I subscribe to? Glad you asked. Here is my list.

  • Cast On
  • Dirty Jobs
  • Global National Video Podcast
  • Global News (BBC)
  • The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos
  • Lime n Violet
  • Mansbridge One on One Audio Podcast
  • The National: At Issue Video Podcast
  • Stash and Burn
  • Sticks & String
  • Sweaters for Dragons
  • Y KNIT - Genetically Speaking
That is all of them in the order in which they appear in iTunes, which I do believe is alphabetically.

-Cheers folks!

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

70. Shawl we Dance?

Okay, I swear that's it for the bad play on words.

The shawl is coming along swimmingly, Especially since I'm now using the Addi Lace needles for it. The tips are very pointy and they're making things a breeze. I'd say I'm maybe a third through with the yarn, so it should be a decent sized shawl. Hopefully. I wont be wearing it like an over the shoulders shawl though, that's just not me, so this will be another shawl/scarf. It's nice to be actually using yarn when I get it instead of just adding it to The Stash. Notice the capitals? I'm being serious when I talk about The Stash.

On another note, I want to make This. Who doesn't want a little kid's sweater that has dinosaur ridges and a hood. Oh. Ma. Gawd. I just noticed that the zipper is two different colors that match the ridges. Rock. I want to make it even more now.

-Cheers folks!

69. Watching Watchmen

I went to see Watchmen with the mister Tuesday evening after work. That's why I didn't get a post up yesterday, I came home (with new Addi Lace needles) and worked on my shawl. I only had the computer on for about half an hour all day yesterday, and I went to bed early. Well, if you can call 11:30 early. If you want to know how tired I was, I put my knitting away and was under the covers with all but my reading/knitting lamp on by just a bit after 11, and half an hour later I put my knitting away and turned off The Hour. Yes, that's right, I turned off my (second) boyfriend, George who was interviewing Jason Segel and Paul Rudd. Those guys were hilarious, but I was soooo tired. I turned it off and went to bed. I was asleep by midnight. It was still hard getting up in the morning, but i know that I'm not a morning person in the least. No biggie.

-Cheers folks!

Monday, March 9, 2009

68. Grarg, Monsters!

I got my monster business/moo card case in the mail today. It's awesome. My moo cards fit in one side along with my bus tickets, and my business card fit on the other side. It's perfect! It's also bigger than what I used to carry all of those things in, which I used to loose in the outer pocket of my Namaste bag. I'm hoping that I wont loose this one in my bag. It's also kick ass to boot.

And now for your listening pleasure, may I present....um, these guys. It's hilarious. I love it because it's Nova Scotian.

-Cheers folks!

Sunday, March 8, 2009

67. Skittles Vodka

We did it! We managed to actually make Skittles Vodka. It took a fair bit of time to strain (thank you Belle for straining it while we went downtown) but it came out great. I only tried the Lime and the Lemon, and I'll admit that I'm not a straight liquor kind of person, so taking a shot of Lime while still trying to taste it almost made me gag. It was good though. I tried the Lemon with a bit of No-Name-Sprite-Like product and it was pretty good. Really lemon-y though. I'd love to try the others fairly soon, but I'm not sure when we'll get around to it. All in good time.

-Cheers folks!

66. Downtown Drinking

I went downtown on Saturday night, hence why there was no Saturday post, but I'm posting now. Better late then never, eh?

It was for a birthday of a friend I knew in Elementary school. She moved away, but came back recently. She now is doing Paralegal Studies with my mister. Small world. There were 5 of us for most of the night, but before we left we met up with another friend from Elementary school. It was great to see them again, and I think I might try to organize something with the gang from back in the day. We all had so much fun together, even right up to High School, the only thing is that quite a number of them have gone away to University or are gone working somewhere. Oh well, summer break isn't that far away.

-Cheers folks!

Friday, March 6, 2009

65. Because I don't have enough

I cast on the Kiri shawl tonight while watching Battlestar, which by the way was not a huge OMG episode like I had hoped. Next week I know will be awesome though. In any case, I cast is on and I'm almost halfway through the first chart. I'm using some Lizard Toes from Cables and Lace (which I LOVE). This one is black with small repeats of a deep royal blue and a rich dark purple. It is amazing. I haven't worked on the quilt, I worked very little on the green/grey sock, and everything else is sitting by the wayside. I have far too many things on the go, and with the addition of needle felting, I think I might get quickly bogged down with all of this. I really don't care though, I like being busy.

My Aunt got a ball winder in the mail today. We wound up three skeins of my yarn I had brought with me to show her. We don't have a swift though, so it was interesting having to hold the yarn and get it to come off my hands evenly so as to not get really loose balls that were too big and got caught in the gears, or balls that were too tight and squished the stuff in the middle. We managed to get it going good though. I'm excited. No more hand winding anything for me.

-Cheers folks!

Thursday, March 5, 2009

64. And yet, Another addiction

Felting or fulling, whatever you call it, it's still making the wooly fibers stick together without glue. I have fulled yarn before, I have wet felted before, I had never dry felted or needle felted. Considering that the needles are sold at my LYS for $2.50 a pair, I decided to buy two sets (one star and one triangle, both 38's), and have a go. Right off the bat though, I took one out of it's little sleeve and proceeded to stab my thumb. It only bled a teeny tiny little bit but wow, it hurt.

I didn't start off with a flat project, I went straight for 3D. And to make it even better the body is just over and inch tall, talk about teeny tiny. I then put eyes and a nose on Miss Hedgehog, and I think I did fairly well. It also looks like it's going to stick well and wont fall off. I hope.

I'm now addicted though, good thing that my fiber stash is effing huge.

-cheers folks!

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

63. GGC

I got a new Guide Shirt today when mom and I went to the Guide Shop. I bought the badges that the girls needed because we have been busy, that's for sure. I then tried on a couple shirts. I decided on the short sleeved version rather than the long sleeve version because I have my Area hoodie that I always wear, and when I wont be wearing it, it will be the summer, hence, I need cool. Made sense to me. Problem was, I tried on the 8 and it was tight in the shoulders and a little short. They only had a ten in the long sleeve, which fit well (and was even long enough in the arms for me) but it was long sleeve. I tried on the 12 in the short sleeve, and even though it was a bit baggy on me, I got it because my last shirt (a short sleeved polo) shrank to pretty much nothingness. It's now far too short to be worn alone, and I can't always get away with wearing a shirt underneath it. I hope that this new shirt will shrink widthwise rather than lengthwise because the length is great, but the width is a little much. I'm happy with it though, it looks teh awesome.

I'm taking the elastic out of my Guide pants waist, because although the pants themselves have about a 32 inch waste, the elastic is only about 18 inches when unstretched. This makes them fairly uncomfortable. Here's the deal. The elastic is serged into hem of the waste. I have to take it all out, remove the elastic, and sew it all up again. That's okay, that's what sewing machines were made for, right?

-Cheers folks!

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

62. She's Stuffed

I stuffed the Hedgehog today. I need to get out and buy some more fun fur or eyelash yarn. I never EVER thought I'd say that. I want to make more of these guys. I showed both mom and dad, and you know that something is good when my dad starts giggling. Ever watched Mythbusters? You know when Jamie starts giggling is awesome. Well, it goes the same for my dad. He even has the mustache to boot. Mom tried to keep her until I said that it was my cousin's birthday present. Oh, and the party, is a Tap Dancing party at one of the local dance studios. The guys are supposed to wear white shirts, and the girls are to wear "clickety-clackety shoes". I'm actually kind of excited. Last year we had it at a day care where they have an indoor climbing gym. Think about your favorite school yard playground, but INSIDE. It was awesome. That was also when I decided to jump through hoops: Hoola Hoops.

-Cheers folks!

Monday, March 2, 2009

61. Gwen 2, Laundy 0

The weather was quite gross today, so I stayed home (for the most part) and caught up on my laundry. I did two loads, putting the hedgehog in with both of them and also doing some hand felting between loads. It didn't felt up as nice as I would have liked, but it's a good solid fabric, and there are (barely) any holes. Just a couple where I was picking up stitches, it wont take much to close them though. I do still need to pick up eyes and a nose for him, but I might be able to do that on Friday... I hope.

-Cheers folks.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

60. But when will I finish?

I picked up a pattern from The Loop for Fiber Trends' Huggable Hedgehogs a while back, but I hadn't cast on..... until yesterday. Well I finished it today, it just needs to be felted now. I'll be doing a load of laundry tomorrow, so I should felt it then, but whether or not I'll remember is another story all together. I think it's going to be cute, it will end up being my little cousin's birthday present. She'll be 4, and she loves pink, so I figure this will be a good gift.

I'm trying to find music for the latest episode of Lime & Violet and I'm having no luck whatsoever. It's killing me. I'll either find something that is promising, but then the vocals come in and I hate it, or I find something pretty good but the quality is horrible. Argh, I usually don't have this problem. -Wait.... I think I found something. Wewt!

-Cheers folks.


So, I posted a while ago on 50. My Job that isn't a job that we had about 5000 listeners, well I was WRONG. I just got a voicemail from MissViolet (long story about the voice mail, I'll get into it later when I don't have a BILLION things I'm supposed to be doing other than blogging), we have 28,945 listeners. I was wrong. But ZOMG WTF. *blink blink*

Awesome. LOVE.

-Cheers folks!