missmiah: (Default)
( Jul. 26th, 2012 12:34 pm)
Am not dead even though I haven't posted in a month, apparently.

Just really been busy.

Have exchange fic that needs at least a good chunk of wordage finished so I can turn it in in... four or five days (yikes) so that I can prove that even though I am a giant slacker with far too much on my plate right now and I'm running around like a chicken with my head cut off, I am at least a headless chicken who has proof that there is exchange fic being worked on in my 'puter and that my assignment will be completed by the deadline (please, please let me finish my assignment by the deadline).

I'm hoping the mods aren't expecting actual proofed fic parts at this mid-point check in cause I haven't even started talking to a beta yet because... well, slacker.

ALSO - I went home to KS for a few days and had baby showers! There were people there just to say hi to me and give me (technically the demon spawn, I guess, but right now he's still just a parasite so I'm pretty sure that counts as me again) presents. So many little outfits and towels and hats with ears. HATS WITH EARS!

Okay, enough with the girly squeeing, but it was super awesome to see people I haven't seen in years again. At the family shower there was a second cousin I have not seen since she was maybe five or six? She's graduated high school and having a baby a month after me now. So many years.

One shower was Harry Potter themed (because I have awesomely dorky friends), so there are a few pictures of me dressed up as a pregnant Slytherin student standing next to my dorky Captain in his Ravenclaw tie. If I remember, there may even be a pic or two posted on LJ later - probably more posted on Facebook where some of the people in the pictures can see them.

House is about to be turned upside down as we begin to shift my office/craft making furniture into Captain's office (we're going to share, yay /sarcasm) so that we can turn this room into the future nursery. Lots of furniture has to vacate Captain's office to make room for me first, which means some furniture has to move out of the living room to make room for Captain's furniture... I'm sure you can see where this is going. And I'm still going to be left with a random Futon that I can't decide if we should keep or try to sell (seriously $150 for the wood sided futon and a huge fluffy pad, is a good deal, I swear).

Plus, I need to write Thank You notes this weekend, send a care package to Captain's sister in which ever desert she's currently stationed, pack my office, finish knitting the chalice lace baby blanket, start knitting the next in a long line of hats/blankets, WRITE TWO HG/SS FICS (OMG NEED TO DO THIS NOW) and clean the house up before the parents come to visit in two weeks so they can help us move the big pieces of furniture and also so they are not sleeping in a slightly dog tinkly scented living room (I'm glaring at you Colonel Brandon, we found what you did in that corner and we do not approve).

OH, and finally, the dog got his yearly haircut and they shaved him down to the skin almost this time. He looks so sad. It's hilarious, honestly. I feel sorry for him and give him carrots and tell him how handsome he is in a bid to try to boost his self-esteem.
missmiah: (Housewife)
( Feb. 13th, 2012 06:20 pm)
I received my giant list of corrections for Part Two of Neither the Laurel Nor the Rose a day or two ago and finally got around to making them this afternoon (unpacking and cleaning is very time consuming). Then I had a tiny bit of a wait to hear back from the mod who was validating my fic because I had a couple of questions, and then Part Two posted not too long after that. The whole queue process for Part Two was roughly two weeksish, which is about half the time of Part One--but Part One was submitted during the post-holiday/post-Exchange rush, so I expected something like that.

Anyway, at some point this afternoon I submitted Part Two to Ashwinder, fully expecting to hear back from them in a few days to a week with their list of corrections.

I just checked the recently updated list to see if there was any updates for fics I'm reading and there was Part Two. Less than four hours and no corrections!

Yay?

If I get some time tomorrow, I will attempt to post both parts on [livejournal.com profile] darnedchild. OH, and I've got three spiffy story banners to show off later as well, prizes from the Exchange Bingo.
missmiah: (Housewife)
( Jan. 30th, 2012 09:50 am)
Rather than packing as soon as I got up this morning (which I really should have been doing), I finished making some corrections on Neither the Laurel Nor the Rose Part 1 so I can send it back to the Archive That Will Remain Nameless. Then I thought I'd get a head start on fixing up Part 2 by looking for the easily findable errors that I'd made in the first part.

You know, forgetting that first space before an ellipse (which I suck at) or that really wonky thing my first part had that involved my quotation marks appearing three different ways for some reason. I fixed all of those in Part 2--and double checked the other two fics sitting in my "Submit Eventually" pile. Then I decided to go through and try to double check my canon spellings because I tend to double check those things on the HP Lexicon or the Potter Wiki. The Lexi is riddled with errors and the Wiki seems to just copy and paste most of its info directly from the Lexi.

So, I did some digging around in the submission rules at Ashwinder and the Other Archive, only to discover that most of the Potter word resources listed have disappeared. And a good chunk of the ones that are left have not been updated to reflect the new canon. Ashwinder's list has nothing from book seven, for example.

I fully understand that compiling a word list--even from just one book--is a giant pain in the rear, and I for one do not have the time to devote to something like that (right now, although that is just the sort of thing I live for normally), so I can understand why it hasn't been done. But it does make things much more difficult.

I'm hoping looking things up will become much easier once Pottermore opens its store and the "official" e-books are released for purchase. I'm completely tech stupid regarding e-readers, but surely there is a search function on one of them? Of course, then you run into the issue where e-books are traditionally riddled with typos and errors--which I just do not understand. In this day and age, how difficult is it to just use the same file that someone has proofed for the printed book and copy it over for the e-book? It's not as if someone has to type each word in from a hardbound copy into a brand new file. And even if they did, hire a competent typist and stop being so cheap, e-publishers.

And now I've veered completely off topic.

Right, so ... up to date and archive accurate Potter word resource anyone?

Suggestions?

Help?

I just want a place where I don't have to look the same thing up four times just to verify that most of them have the same spelling. Which they don't. Apparently.

Still bitter.

ETA: Lariope pointed me in the direction of the potterwords LJ, so now I've got an updated resource to reference! WOOT!
missmiah: (Goofy)
( Dec. 28th, 2011 05:51 pm)
Captain and I ventured North for a week and a half of driving and presents and family and friends and strange TV shows on the History channel and knitting and vegging on the sofa and drinkies and board games and Christmas sleigh dioramas made out of turkey breast bones.

What? I'm pretty sure turkey bone sleighs are a Christmas tradition that goes back centuries all over the world. Or at least the parts that had turkeys centuries ago.

This year's sleigh had a candy theme, with red hots and royal icing and a chocolate santa and a reindeer that pooped rootbeer jelly beans. Strangely enough, I did not make that one. My name hasn't come up in the yearly "Make a Turkey Sleigh" drawing yet, but when it does... I have plans. Oh yes, I have plans.

Captain received a mace. I think. Spikey ball on a stick. I got a sword. That girly sword from the Lord of the Rings movies, the one Liv Tyler Elf has. It's my first sword. We're adding it to the TARDIS closet arsenal (don't ask).

Anywho, when we came home, I had a Molly Weasley Jumper waiting for me. The one with the crazy sleeves that she wore in ... the second movie? ... one of the movies, not one of the ones she knits for everyone every year. I also had a Beware of Boggarts garden stake and some Christmas cards, so that was all awesome.

Oh, and I also had this:



Because I am awesome.

Anyway, I've got a huge list of things I want to work on, including knitting projects and two stories (one of which is the Exchange Bingo prize I've started working on for [livejournal.com profile] bambu345), some graphic projects and trying to get some older fics re-beta'd so I can eventually post them on TPP (and Ashwinder for the two that aren't already there).

Also Pottermore is back online after some downtime and my holiday trip, so I've got some brewing to catch up on and I still need to figure out how dueling works.

Toodles.
missmiah: (Goofy)
( Dec. 28th, 2011 05:51 pm)
Captain and I ventured North for a week and a half of driving and presents and family and friends and strange TV shows on the History channel and knitting and vegging on the sofa and drinkies and board games and Christmas sleigh dioramas made out of turkey breast bones.

What? I'm pretty sure turkey bone sleighs are a Christmas tradition that goes back centuries all over the world. Or at least the parts that had turkeys centuries ago.

This year's sleigh had a candy theme, with red hots and royal icing and a chocolate santa and a reindeer that pooped rootbeer jelly beans. Strangely enough, I did not make that one. My name hasn't come up in the yearly "Make a Turkey Sleigh" drawing yet, but when it does... I have plans. Oh yes, I have plans.

Captain received a mace. I think. Spikey ball on a stick. I got a sword. That girly sword from the Lord of the Rings movies, the one Liv Tyler Elf has. It's my first sword. We're adding it to the TARDIS closet arsenal (don't ask).

Anywho, when we came home, I had a Molly Weasley Jumper waiting for me. The one with the crazy sleeves that she wore in ... the second movie? ... one of the movies, not one of the ones she knits for everyone every year. I also had a Beware of Boggarts garden stake and some Christmas cards, so that was all awesome.

Oh, and I also had this:



Because I am awesome.

Anyway, I've got a huge list of things I want to work on, including knitting projects and two stories (one of which is the Exchange Bingo prize I've started working on for [livejournal.com profile] bambu345), some graphic projects and trying to get some older fics re-beta'd so I can eventually post them on TPP (and Ashwinder for the two that aren't already there).

Also Pottermore is back online after some downtime and my holiday trip, so I've got some brewing to catch up on and I still need to figure out how dueling works.

Toodles.
The Reveal is up!

First, I want to thank [livejournal.com profile] melisande88, once again, for the fic she wrote for me - Preperation is the Key.

Summary: Snape requires a large sum of money, and a loan from Gringotts is the very last thing he wants, but there's nowhere else to turn. When the goblins assign Arithmancer Granger to monitor their investment full-time, sparks fly. Hermione uncovers much more than potions work at Spinner's End. There are troublesome buttons and an even more troublesome journal. The only one who seems to know what's going on is the cat, and she's not telling.

Second, my gift was for [livejournal.com profile] devsgma, and is Neither the Laurel Nor the Rose.

Summary: The Malfoy family expects to receive the finest service possible, no matter what the task. When Draco seeks the affections of Hermione Granger, he enlists the aid of a careful wordsmith - one Severus Snape.

And finally, I wish to thank the SS/HG Exchange mods for all their hard work to insure that this thing is a success each time, this year's pinch hitters, the authors and artists, the behind the scenes helpers and the reviewers. An fabulous group of people all around.
The Reveal is up!

First, I want to thank [livejournal.com profile] melisande88, once again, for the fic she wrote for me - Preperation is the Key.

Summary: Snape requires a large sum of money, and a loan from Gringotts is the very last thing he wants, but there's nowhere else to turn. When the goblins assign Arithmancer Granger to monitor their investment full-time, sparks fly. Hermione uncovers much more than potions work at Spinner's End. There are troublesome buttons and an even more troublesome journal. The only one who seems to know what's going on is the cat, and she's not telling.

Second, my gift was for [livejournal.com profile] devsgma, and is Neither the Laurel Nor the Rose.

Summary: The Malfoy family expects to receive the finest service possible, no matter what the task. When Draco seeks the affections of Hermione Granger, he enlists the aid of a careful wordsmith - one Severus Snape.

And finally, I wish to thank the SS/HG Exchange mods for all their hard work to insure that this thing is a success each time, this year's pinch hitters, the authors and artists, the behind the scenes helpers and the reviewers. An fabulous group of people all around.
Twelve weeks (plus one gift).

Six Mini-Rounds.

I reviewed Everything.



Oh, yeah. Feeling pretty spiff right now.

Sadly, I did not earn a cool Freddie Mercury Queen of the Review icon, but there is always next year, maybe?

The Exchange reveals will go up today. Very exciting. Can't wait to find out who wrote/drew some of my favorite pieces.
Twelve weeks (plus one gift).

Six Mini-Rounds.

I reviewed Everything.



Oh, yeah. Feeling pretty spiff right now.

Sadly, I did not earn a cool Freddie Mercury Queen of the Review icon, but there is always next year, maybe?

The Exchange reveals will go up today. Very exciting. Can't wait to find out who wrote/drew some of my favorite pieces.
missmiah: (Goofy)
( Nov. 30th, 2011 02:35 pm)
It is official!

I am done reviewing ALL the things on this year's SS/HG Exchange! Every last piece of artwork, every video, every single chapter of every single fic.

Oh, yeah, feeling pretty proud of myself right now.

AND I have stealthily - with the aid of this year's sock puppet account - answered all the reviews on the gift I submitted, thanking the people who took time out of their schedules to review my piece. Which I won't tell you about yet, because it's a secret for another week or two.

This year's Exchange - heck, all the Exchanges I've ever participated in (Three? Four? I forget.) - was amazing. Lots of lovely gifts that I'll want to read/look at again, and once the reveal is up I'm positive there are several authors/artists I'm going to be stalking looking up to see if they've got other works.

In other news - Christmas Cards are still sitting on my desk in pieces, mocking me with their not-done-yet-ness. There is still ink stamping, possible heat embossing, precision trimming, glueing and taping to be done. And then I have to sit down and sign all of them, forging the husband's signature on most because he is lazy. Then they all have to be addressed and stamped. Bleh, being sociable is annoying.

BTW - last call if you want a slaved over hand-made papercraft product in celebration of the holiday season direct from MissMiah's home to yours. If you want a card and you trust me to know your super secret hidden from the internets real life identity (or at least a PO box), feel free to PM me and I'll send one out. But the scissors and ink pads get packed away this weekend. Knock on wood. Please, please let me be done so they can be packed away this weekend. I'm tired of scrubbing green ink off my fingers and discovering iridescent embossing glitter on my nose.

Glitter is still the herpes of the craft world.

Yesterday I slept two hours out of thirty-four. I crashed around midnight last night and assumed I'd sleep until this afternoon. Nope, up at eight thirty. In the morning. Like some sort of responsible adult.

I hate being a grown-up.
missmiah: (Goofy)
( Nov. 30th, 2011 02:35 pm)
It is official!

I am done reviewing ALL the things on this year's SS/HG Exchange! Every last piece of artwork, every video, every single chapter of every single fic.

Oh, yeah, feeling pretty proud of myself right now.

AND I have stealthily - with the aid of this year's sock puppet account - answered all the reviews on the gift I submitted, thanking the people who took time out of their schedules to review my piece. Which I won't tell you about yet, because it's a secret for another week or two.

This year's Exchange - heck, all the Exchanges I've ever participated in (Three? Four? I forget.) - was amazing. Lots of lovely gifts that I'll want to read/look at again, and once the reveal is up I'm positive there are several authors/artists I'm going to be stalking looking up to see if they've got other works.

In other news - Christmas Cards are still sitting on my desk in pieces, mocking me with their not-done-yet-ness. There is still ink stamping, possible heat embossing, precision trimming, glueing and taping to be done. And then I have to sit down and sign all of them, forging the husband's signature on most because he is lazy. Then they all have to be addressed and stamped. Bleh, being sociable is annoying.

BTW - last call if you want a slaved over hand-made papercraft product in celebration of the holiday season direct from MissMiah's home to yours. If you want a card and you trust me to know your super secret hidden from the internets real life identity (or at least a PO box), feel free to PM me and I'll send one out. But the scissors and ink pads get packed away this weekend. Knock on wood. Please, please let me be done so they can be packed away this weekend. I'm tired of scrubbing green ink off my fingers and discovering iridescent embossing glitter on my nose.

Glitter is still the herpes of the craft world.

Yesterday I slept two hours out of thirty-four. I crashed around midnight last night and assumed I'd sleep until this afternoon. Nope, up at eight thirty. In the morning. Like some sort of responsible adult.

I hate being a grown-up.
missmiah: (Default)
( Nov. 3rd, 2011 03:20 pm)
Eight solid weeks of reviewing ALL the things on the [livejournal.com profile] sshg_exchange has snagged me a fourth Mini-Round Review banner!



In other slightly related but not really news - I did a tiny bit more writing on the newest WIP-To-Eventually-Be-Abandoned, mostly fleshing out a bit more of the scene that will be coming up after the scene I am currently not finishing (that would be the first scene of the story, btw) so it's not like I'm making great strides or anything. I thought about working on this fic for NaNoWriMo or whatever it is, but then I realized I'm lazy and I've got Christmas things to worry about this month.
missmiah: (Default)
( Nov. 3rd, 2011 03:20 pm)
Eight solid weeks of reviewing ALL the things on the [livejournal.com profile] sshg_exchange has snagged me a fourth Mini-Round Review banner!



In other slightly related but not really news - I did a tiny bit more writing on the newest WIP-To-Eventually-Be-Abandoned, mostly fleshing out a bit more of the scene that will be coming up after the scene I am currently not finishing (that would be the first scene of the story, btw) so it's not like I'm making great strides or anything. I thought about working on this fic for NaNoWriMo or whatever it is, but then I realized I'm lazy and I've got Christmas things to worry about this month.
I was looking for something on Google and came across what looks to be one of my fics translated into Slovak (or Czech?), with Missmiah attached to it as the author (I think).

Normally that would be lovely, but I'm pretty sure I never gave anyone permission to translate At the Edge of the World into any language, and if did I'm pretty sure I would have asked that it be credited to Darnedchild and not Missmiah.

Honestly, I don't even know if it is Slovak, I'm just going off what an on-line translator told me, and we all know how utterly unreliable those things are. It couldn't even make up its mind if it was Slovak or Czech.

So - if there's a chance that you can read it, it's here and I'd really like to make sure the story is as it was written (other than the usual rewording that comes from translating something into another language), and also perhaps find out who the translator is and a way to contact them to mention that they really should ask for and receive permission before copying someone else's work, even if it is just translating. I mean, what if I decide to leave the fandom in a huff and take all my toys with me?

J/K.

Or am I?

Seriously though, Slovak and/or Czech anyone?
I was looking for something on Google and came across what looks to be one of my fics translated into Slovak (or Czech?), with Missmiah attached to it as the author (I think).

Normally that would be lovely, but I'm pretty sure I never gave anyone permission to translate At the Edge of the World into any language, and if did I'm pretty sure I would have asked that it be credited to Darnedchild and not Missmiah.

Honestly, I don't even know if it is Slovak, I'm just going off what an on-line translator told me, and we all know how utterly unreliable those things are. It couldn't even make up its mind if it was Slovak or Czech.

So - if there's a chance that you can read it, it's here and I'd really like to make sure the story is as it was written (other than the usual rewording that comes from translating something into another language), and also perhaps find out who the translator is and a way to contact them to mention that they really should ask for and receive permission before copying someone else's work, even if it is just translating. I mean, what if I decide to leave the fandom in a huff and take all my toys with me?

J/K.

Or am I?

Seriously though, Slovak and/or Czech anyone?
My internal clock's insistence on not being tired until long after six am and then the need to pass out until mid-to-late afternoon is going to be very inconvenient next week, so I've got until Monday morning to reset it and start going to bed at night like a "normal" person.

Monday I have a late morning trip to SC to visit the Crazy!Doc for yet another med check. At this point, I don't even remember when I was first diagnosed, but it would be absolutely lovely to not have to show up every month to discuss tweaking my meds/dosage.

Then, Tuesday afternoon is Captain's latest graduation ceremony and I'm invited to this one, apparently, but it's three hours away and I don't drive that far to unknown places alone anymore (so spoiled, not even funny) so I wasn't going to go. However, Captain went behind my anti-social/stranger-danger-fearing back and talked to his WLC sponsor from our local base and she's willing to drive me up for the graduation since she was planning to go herself, assuming something involving First Sergeant happens (I don't know, blah blah Army politics)... So now I feel like I should put on a dress and some makeup and maybe brush my hair and ride in a car with a perfect stranger for three hours one way and then back. I mean, I love my husband, but I don't particularly like being trapped in small areas with strangers. As "nice" as Captain keeps assuring me she is.

Original point, need to be awake during the day by Monday morning at the latest. So what am I doing right now? I just finished catching up on the Exchange and am now playing about with HTML and photoshop while my latest attempt at the Wideye Potion brews on Pottermore.

Brewing potions is hard, yo.

Also, I wish dueling worked because I want to see how badly I suck at that against an actual opponent.

As to playing with HTML and photoshop, I seriously had forgotten how much I used to enjoy futzing about with that stuff. Little fiddly things amuse me almost as much as alphabetizing things and making spreadsheets (SPREADSHEETS!!).

Good gravy, I'm a nerd.
My internal clock's insistence on not being tired until long after six am and then the need to pass out until mid-to-late afternoon is going to be very inconvenient next week, so I've got until Monday morning to reset it and start going to bed at night like a "normal" person.

Monday I have a late morning trip to SC to visit the Crazy!Doc for yet another med check. At this point, I don't even remember when I was first diagnosed, but it would be absolutely lovely to not have to show up every month to discuss tweaking my meds/dosage.

Then, Tuesday afternoon is Captain's latest graduation ceremony and I'm invited to this one, apparently, but it's three hours away and I don't drive that far to unknown places alone anymore (so spoiled, not even funny) so I wasn't going to go. However, Captain went behind my anti-social/stranger-danger-fearing back and talked to his WLC sponsor from our local base and she's willing to drive me up for the graduation since she was planning to go herself, assuming something involving First Sergeant happens (I don't know, blah blah Army politics)... So now I feel like I should put on a dress and some makeup and maybe brush my hair and ride in a car with a perfect stranger for three hours one way and then back. I mean, I love my husband, but I don't particularly like being trapped in small areas with strangers. As "nice" as Captain keeps assuring me she is.

Original point, need to be awake during the day by Monday morning at the latest. So what am I doing right now? I just finished catching up on the Exchange and am now playing about with HTML and photoshop while my latest attempt at the Wideye Potion brews on Pottermore.

Brewing potions is hard, yo.

Also, I wish dueling worked because I want to see how badly I suck at that against an actual opponent.

As to playing with HTML and photoshop, I seriously had forgotten how much I used to enjoy futzing about with that stuff. Little fiddly things amuse me almost as much as alphabetizing things and making spreadsheets (SPREADSHEETS!!).

Good gravy, I'm a nerd.
Since Captain is still gone not that I'm bitter, I've been spending my early morning pre-dawn hours playing with HTML and Photoshop and Google and various other things in an effort to pretty up my various LJ accounts.

The last few days were focused on the profile page of this account and I've just now finished tweaking it. Behold the splendor of This Thingy!

Yeah... Seriously... Poptarts make you do wacky things.

Anywho, moving on.

Last night I managed to fight my way past nearly constant "please go away, too many people on our servers, bugger off" error messages on Pottermore to get my wand - Hawthorn, Dragon Heartstring, 12 1/2 inches, slightly springy - and get sorted.

Can you guess which house? Come on, guess.

SLYTHERIN!

I seriously jumped out of my chair and fist pumped the air and did a little dance and wanted to tell someone, anyone, but then I remembered that it was three AM and normal people were asleep.

So, one profile done (for now), one mostly doneish and one that I haven't even started yet and then I should probably finish knitting Beck's glove thing and maybe start working on Christmas cards or actually try to finish one of the half dozen WIPs I've got bouncing around here.
Since Captain is still gone not that I'm bitter, I've been spending my early morning pre-dawn hours playing with HTML and Photoshop and Google and various other things in an effort to pretty up my various LJ accounts.

The last few days were focused on the profile page of this account and I've just now finished tweaking it. Behold the splendor of This Thingy!

Yeah... Seriously... Poptarts make you do wacky things.

Anywho, moving on.

Last night I managed to fight my way past nearly constant "please go away, too many people on our servers, bugger off" error messages on Pottermore to get my wand - Hawthorn, Dragon Heartstring, 12 1/2 inches, slightly springy - and get sorted.

Can you guess which house? Come on, guess.

SLYTHERIN!

I seriously jumped out of my chair and fist pumped the air and did a little dance and wanted to tell someone, anyone, but then I remembered that it was three AM and normal people were asleep.

So, one profile done (for now), one mostly doneish and one that I haven't even started yet and then I should probably finish knitting Beck's glove thing and maybe start working on Christmas cards or actually try to finish one of the half dozen WIPs I've got bouncing around here.
First - LJ is being wonky which annoys me greatly as there is Exchange fic to read (I just managed to get totally caught up from last week just last night before the hours long onset of random vomiting kicked in - yay for sitting at your desk with an emergency barf bowl between your chest and the keyboard! Unless I'm the only one who does that?).

Anywho - during the brief seconds that I was able to see my flist, I clearly saw that there were new Exchange gifts posted and I need to read/look at/review because after I check that off my To-Do list, I want to play with the new profile layout I stole found last night and will definitely be crediting the creator for. For reals. She made them for people to use and fiddle with, and I shall do that. Use AND fiddle with.

So that's what I did between three and seven am - stared at very bunched up html, trying to figure out which little bit was causing this little graphic issue that I did not want. And then I found it, and it was a super easy fix which really annoyed me because I had obviously just devoted an entire hour to looking for the solution and it had been staring me in the face the entire time and that's when I realized I should probably go to bed now.

ALSO I wrote four hundred words of brand new fic that I don't even know what I'm going to do with, especially since there are five other WIPs sitting on my hard drive that I am completely ignoring right now.

ALSO ALSO - Poptart. Nom. Everyone eats breakfast at four thirty in the afternoon, right?

ETA: I totally forgot to add - My Pottermore invite finally came! AsphodelCastle80 - you should totally friend me, Pottermoreites.
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