Phillipe the Mouse: I was told to bring you this hawk, father. It's been wounded.
Imperius the Monk: oh! Good shot! Bring it in, we'll dine together.
Phillipe: We can't eat this hawk, father!
Imperius: Why not? Oh God, is it Lent again already?!
-- Randomness from LadyHawke
Actually, you really shouldn't be eating birds
at any time of the year, because that's just not vegetarian.
A List of Things to BUY! (I refuse to give up anything!)
- Yippy!! Jasc's
Paint Shop Pro 8 will be out soon. I'm so excited. :)
- The second edition of
The Diarist's Journal
will be out soon! And it looks so very interesting...
- Books. Yes, there are always books to buy. Possibles for
this next batch:
Sewing Tiny Toys,
Solitude: A Return to the Self,
The Van Gogh Blues... and I need some fiction,
The Ill-Made Mute, which is fantasy (which is not as happy as sci fi)
but this is a new author and new things intrigue me, you know.
Still have not bought my bookshelves or My Very Special Chair. hum.
And I am in desperate need of new glasses.
Wonders how much money can be spent on everything on this short list?!
The New Diary, not too long ago. And, like
The Artist's Way, a re-reading of the diary is recommended.
And may I just be permitted to say, "Ugh."
SO re-reads his own poems and essays pretty often.
I rarely read my own stuff. I try to avoid it, truth be told. Sure, I am
easily sucked into my own brilliance... but wouldn't the time be better spent
writing / creating something new?
A List of Romantic Scenes...
Etienne Navarre: This lady... Did she perhaps have a name?
Phillipe: Not that she mentioned, why?
Navarre (looking longingly at LadyHawke): Well, she may wander into my dreams. Wouldn't it be nice, if I could call her by name and pretend we've met before? I've waited a long time for such a lady.
Oona: What care I for human hearts? Soft and spiritless as porridge! A faerie's heart beats fierce and free!
Jack (speaking of the unicorns): Nothing is more magical. As long as they roam they earth, evil can never harm the pure of heart.
(Prince Henry offers to spend the day with Danielle at the monastery library)
Danielle: It is not fair, sire. You have found my weakness, but i have yet to learn yours.
Prince Henry: But I should think it was quite obvious.