Yet Another Friggin' Filler Entry

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Today was the first day since the onset of the cold that I've been within normal operating parameters. (With more coughing and nose-blowing, granted, but not drastically more.) So that's good!

Tonight I attended my support group for people assigned male at birth who are on the female spectrum. And what happens in the room stays in the room, so that's all I'm saying about that.

I've also gone back to work on "I'm All Alone This Festivus (So I'm Polishing My Pole)," a song I have been wanting to write for years now. Maybe this will be the year I actually finish the thing, who knows.

With my sister, I'm on the phone
As I type this entry tonight
But it seems I'm on my own
When it comes to what to write.



#MusicAdvent Day 7: Yesterday we had a Jimmy Buffett song; today we have a Jimmy Buffett pastiche.

Tonight's copout entry

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"Find outfits that flatter your current body type," began the comment that I just blocked. This is kind of relevant to my interests, except probably not in the way intended by the spambot's algorithm. I've been working on bringing my gender presentation more in line with my gender identity, which has been tricky, especially as the latter is a moving target.

And I may get back to that another night. Meanwhile, I'm going to get on with the doggerel and the music.

When time is up, it's
Time for couplets.



#MusicAdvent Day 6: We continue the volcano theme.

Holidailies Triolet XIII

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Today, I made it into work for the first time since last Tuesday, so yay me.

I'm exhausted. Let's just go straight to the annual triolet.

I just wanna sleep, you guys,
So lemme go to bed.
On the blog, I'll compromise.
I just wanna sleep, you guys.
This is no time to make replies,
Or question what I've said.
I just wanna sleep, you guys,
So lemme go to bed.

(Previous Holidailies Triolet)



#MusicAdvent Day 5: Yesterday, we had a song from Matilda: The Musical, based on the book by Roald Dahl. Roald Dahl also wrote Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, featuring the character of Veruca Salt, from which the band Veruca Salt took its name. Here's "Volcano Girls."

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