queenofstars: (jack: thank you god)
It's disturbing how accurate these things are: first take the Draw A Pig personality test and then come and see my piggy. Oink!
queenofstars: (daniel: inner megalomaniac)

The Great LiveJournal
Outage of 2005

During the outage I caught up on my sleep.

What did you do?

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Figures. I find the time to post, LJ goes down. *humph* I find the time to read, Roo's site dies from traffic. *kicks geocities* Before you know it, weekend is over and I'm back at work without having done anything I had planned. Agh!
What frustrates me most is that I could have finished the Story That Ate My Life And Is Having My Brains For Dessert, spare time and all. *waves hands* I tried to. I really, really did. I only managed to re-write the second and third lines to the end that made no sence from day one. They look perfect now, but... that's all I could come up with in two days? *pulls hair* Two friggin' lines in two farking days. Nothing else. Nada. Zip. And the long *cough*sex*cough* scene that's essentially the heart of the story is still unwritten, just scribbles on an old draft printout.
Yeap, I'm pathetic.
Blah. Monday. Work. At least I can keep my eyes open, having slept ridiculously long hours an' all. *waves hands some more*
queenofstars: (j/d: you make me smile)
From [livejournal.com profile] destina and [livejournal.com profile] danvers:
If you happen to be working on some creative writing project, fanfiction or NaNoWriMo or what have you, post exactly one sentence from each of your current work(s) in progress in your journal. It should probably be your favourite or most intriguing sentence so far, but what you choose is entirely your discretion. Mention the title (and genre) if you like, but don't mention anything else -- this is merely to whet the general appetite for your forthcoming work(s).

stargate sg-1 - untitled - slash )
queenofstars: (daniel: I can be your hero (nyxmidnight))
It's pretty late and after spending all day in front of a screen I should have left this test for tomorrow but what the heck.
Speed Reading:
You read between 550 - 600 words per minute. Highly efficient reading level. (The average rate is between 200 - 250 words per minute.) It is assumed that you did not skim the words nor fail to understand the meaning of what was read.
Hm not bad, not bad at all for a Greek, considering.
queenofstars: (lovers)

Two hours of sleep are barely enough. ::squints bleary eyes at monitor:: It's 9:30 and I can't focus long enough to pretend I'm working. ::yaaaaawn::

it's Friday, let's do a meme for a change )


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