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23 April 2013 @ 07:13 pm
All the good I did not do...  
Dear Livejournal,

I have a confession to make.

I have been cheating on you with Tumblr!

I found I had internet time again and that's the place where all the Mad Fat Diary fandom is happening! And it's a crazy place with brightly coloured things and lots of really young people and LOTS of cats, and more pictures of the kids from One Direction than I am comfortable with, but there are also some ace writers and lovely types that I have been talking to.

AND I've been writing! It's not about pilots so none of you will be bothered, but it has been SO LONG since stories have come easily to me that I was honestly worried that I had none left to tell, so I am all kinds of happy and relieved and just glad to have my fingers dancing over the keyboard again.

But being back on the web in a fannish way again makes me miss you guys loads, so I have returned, I don't know yet in what capacity, I will probably just be trolling all of your personal posts and CAPS-LOCKING about how awesome you are, but I'm sure that you won't mind...right?
M: Nikita: Michael attagirlmeko00 on April 24th, 2013 11:09 am (UTC)
Hi! I've missed you. Er, not that I've been around all that much, myself.
howlinchickhowlhowlinchickhowl on April 28th, 2013 12:14 am (UTC)
This is why we make such excellent internet buddies :) What's going down?
M: N&S: Mr Thornton lookingmeko00 on April 28th, 2013 10:15 am (UTC)
Hee! Well, in real life, I'm attempting to finish my master thesis in translation, very, very belatedly. I had some health issues to deal with before.

In Internet life, I found out a day or two ago that someone is uploading whole Press Gang episodes to YouTube (here). So, I've been reliving my youth. One of my English teachers, that programme was. Of course, I had Danish or Swedish subtitles, but I probably learnt a lot all the same. Also, it had Lynda Day and Spike Thomson and Kenny Phillips and Colin Mathews and Sarah Jackson and Tiddler and Frazz and it was lovely. And, I've been watching Monday Mornings for Jamie Bamber. Rather behind on Nikita and other shows. Also, I've been amused over the fact that The Guardian is keen on Scandinavian crime dramas. I mean, they're good, but we're not used to that kind of attention, really.

What are you up to, these days? Really nice to hear that you're writing again, even if it's not something you're going to be sharing here.