Twice Ten for 2010

Thursday, December 31st, 2009 01:02 am
miss_s_b: (Fandom)
[personal profile] miss_s_b
Ten Resolutions:
  1. Make and stick to a cleaning schedule with Mat.
  2. Stick to the budget we calculated so that hopefully we will end the year better off than we start it.
  3. Keep up with karate.
  4. Use manic time and google calendar more effectively to keep track of my commitments.
  5. Miss less deadlines.
  6. Walk the dogs at least once per day and don't make Mat do it out of laziness.
  7. Get another tattoo.
  8. Finally get around to getting married.
  9. Speak at Conference.
  10. Use the library more effectively.

And ten predictions:
  1. The election will be in May.
  2. Turnout will be up on the last three, but not as high as 1992.
  3. The Tories will win it.
  4. They'll make a rotten useless government.
  5. Rupert Murdoch's attempts to charge for access to the Sun's website will end in miserable failure, just like his purchase of MySpazz, and everyone will point and laugh.
  6. There will be more extreme weather events in 2010. Both global warming doomsayers and deniers will use them as "proof" that climate change is/isn't happening.
  7. I will not have enough money to get another tattoo.
  8. Mat and I will, once again, fail to get around to getting married.
  9. I will, once again, chicken out of speaking at conference.
  10. [personal profile] matgb will win [community profile] dead_pool
Consider yourselves tagged if you want to be.



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Date: Thursday, December 31st, 2009 02:25 am (UTC)
strangefrontier: (ben goldacre : for queen and country)
From: [personal profile] strangefrontier
Tut tut, m'lady. Miss fewer deadlines.

I was going to suggest Bletchley Park as a wonderfully geeky venue for your wedding, but it's so expensive and the set-up looks irritatingly traditional. (I don't know why I've developed such an intense dislike of traditional weddings - it's not like I've even been to once since I was maybe nine or ten.)

Any particular ideas for tattoo designs?

Date: Thursday, December 31st, 2009 11:01 am (UTC)
ext_21022: (Default)
From: [identity profile] purple-pen.livejournal.com
I went to a civil partnership (http://purple-pen.livejournal.com/272119.html) at Bletchley Park in 2008, and it was excellent. No hint of religion whatsoever, and very friendly staff who were entirely ready to tailor the ceremony to the couple's requirements. I can put you in touch with them if you want any further information about it.

BTW, I appreciate your link to a light format version of your blog very much, but I think something is slightly wrong with the URL for it. You may need to insert '.html' after the entry number and before the question mark.

Date: Thursday, December 31st, 2009 03:33 pm (UTC)
matgb: Artwork of 19th century upper class anarchist, text: MatGB (Default)
From: [personal profile] matgb
Aside:
http://dw-nifty.dreamwidth.org/4930.html

Probably useful for you--the format/light one'll work on LJ directly, the sitescheme ones'll work if you change the code to have an LJ sitescheme name (Lynx is one anyway)

Date: Sunday, January 3rd, 2010 09:29 am (UTC)
bagpuss: (Default)
From: [personal profile] bagpuss
My sister is getting married at Wooley Hall next September and is getting a reasonable deal I think, I can find out how much if you want

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