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I've learned my lesson well ...

I'm not bragging or anything but I have the absolute BEST outfit on today. Are you ready for this? Purple and black knee high socks, black shorts and a purple and black shirt. Top that off with a purple choker and this awesome dark lipstick and you've got ... wait. I sound a little like Grimace, don't I? Damn. I went out in public like this, too. Except that I still kinda think it's awesome even though it sounds like I'm 5 and tried to dress myself in the dark. Shut up!

In regards to yesterday's dilemma as to whether or not I should skip the season 1 season finale of True Blood or wait until I obtained a viable copy (like a viable embryo because I'm trying to CLONE DINOSAURS!) of said ep ... well, let's just say that I'm up to episode 7 of season 2 and leave it at that. And I just want to go on record as saying that season 2 is loads better than season 1. I don't even think Tara is too annoying. On the other hand, I skipped over a lot of the Jason joins the Fellowship storyline because ... well, I don't know why I did that. But season 2 pretty much rocks. Mostly because of how much Eric is in it. Good GOD, that man could light water on fire. He's just that hot.

In conclusion .... Mmmmmmmmm. Vikings are sexy even when they're all dirt stained and blood speckled and DYING. Yeah, I'll be seeing you in Valhalla, baby!

What were we talking about again?

In news that does not involve my panties spontaneously combusting ... or maybe it does ... I'm so torn about tonight's season finales. I don't want The Vampire Diaries or Supernatural to end yet. How is it time for them to be over? How? If I don't watch them tonight and save them for tomorrow (or whenever) it's like I'm extending their time amongst us. And yet, I don't want to be spoiled. *sigh* I think I'll have to watch them. Maybe.

Oh, I finished my book.
Book #91 - Dark Challenge (Carpathians #5) by Christine Feehan - Despite how much I enjoyed book #2, this is the book that makes the series pop for me. Maybe it's the fact that a Carpathian male is matched up with a Carpathian female of equal power, not a newly turned fledgling. It was nice seeing the female portrayed as someone with gifts that match her lifemate's. This is the story of Julian Savage (Book #3-Aidan's twin brother) who has been a solitary hunter for nearly his entire existence. His lifemate is Desari, the younger sister of Gregori (Book #4) who was believed to have been killed centuries before. Raised by her incredibly strong-willed brother, Darius, with 4 others who escaped the massacre, Desari has no knowledge of lifemates or the ways of the Carpathians. Targeted by the human hunters who are trying to capture, study and destroy the Carpathians, Julian must protect her from both the humans and the Undead Vampires who are trying to claim her. This book progresses the overall arc of the books exponentially. We're given a slew of new characters and the seeds for later stories are laid out. Nice.

Aaaaannnnnnd ... we're going back to the Sookie books.

I'm done. I've got some supernatural critters who want me to watch them. I think.