Okay, I have a confession: I snoop on the Disney pin site. Not that I ever buy pins. I kinda like the Jack and Sally in "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte" pin, though. 

And I drew a penguin! I'm going to call him Harold. That's today's exciting news. I also get extremely jealous whenever I see gothy/Halloween weddings on TV. Somebody on Ace of Cakes got a gothic chapel wedding cake, with little zombie bride and groom and all six of their cats in Halloween costumes on it. So they deliver the cake, and all the guests are in Halloween costumes, the house is decked out, there's even a dead body in the booze cooler and... the bride and groom are in traditional wedding clothes. Like, maybe the bride's veil had black trim. I can understand not wanting to go too far, but it seemed a little out of place. (And, admittedly, I was a little disappointed.)

Also, twitter play. I can't help wondering if it's possible to actually write a poignant narrative using online community sites like this. Sure you can write a story with fake accounts, but a good one?
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