I got a dog and then lost it pretty quickly. I wasn't even planning on getting one (I'm not canine-friendly, y'see) but in accompanying family to a shelter I found a beautiful Belgian Malinois Collie mix. He was mellow and pretty, and I had to adopt him. It was a huge investment on my part (wayyy overpriced, the pure bred retriever puppies also bought were only 150 bucks more expensive). He was the perfect dog the first week, but things went downhill very fast. I ended up giving him back after 3 weeks. But I tell ya, the shelter workers are deceptive. Saying there was a 2 week refund when there was a 1 week on the contract. Not telling me issues he had. Not sending us paperwork on his shots. I also found that I signed to give him back to that shelter if I didn't want him, so they get to make another couple hundred bucks off him. It was just not a good experience and now am firm that I am not a dog person. I also have been assured I am very impulsive, which is painfully obvious.
I don't believe I announced this yet but if any of my deviant friends have a tumblr here's mine: [link] If you follow me you need to tell me who you are, or I might not return the favor. I'm notorious for re blogging as little as possible and doing mostly original posts.
Along that line I need this video in my life forever. [link]
I've been watching a bit of Adventure Time. It was great but at least half of the 4th season is awful. I really hope they pick it up again because watching Tree Trunks and a pig make out and sing horribly was both embarrassing and nauseating.
I recently ran into Moby, thanks to Tilly's surprisingly. They were playing a song called "After" and I found more music. Needless to say, it has made me feel a range of emotions. Blue Paper actually made me cry, in part because I heard it in Earthlings and it dredged up some memories. That song also made me feel at peace at the same time. It's just the weirdest thing!
I was drawn to this right away because I had found gauges I wanted in that S shape: [link]
I also particularly like surreal art these days.