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Recent graduate with a BA in Theatre Arts.
Part fandom, part other interests blog. Hannibal. Doctor Who. Sherlock. Downton Abbey. Community. The Hobbit/The Lord of the Rings. Wes Anderson films. Occasional posts about feminism and human rights in general. Oh, and vintage, expect some 40's, 50's and 60's goodness.

We currently don’t have any batteries for the remote for the lobby tv so I can’t change the channels if a guest requests it. Naturally some old fart hanging out after eating at the Easter Buffet in the restaurant asks me to change the channel. When I explain the remote situation he goes, “Can’t one of your little helpers run over to Wal-Mart and buy some?” I then explain that I’m the only staff member here today and restaurant staff cannot leave. He walks off in a huff. Sorry not sorry, we don’t have full staff on a holiday dingus. Also, whose gonna pay for those batteries? Not coming out of my pocket.

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So, this happened mes amis…

This was selected as the featured image for the May Tale in A Calendar of Tales with Neil Gaiman and Blackberry. The amount of effort that so many people put into it is remarkable and inspired. It’s taken a few days to process it all. So glad I got to be a part of it. Such a neat-cool thing. 

Yes, this is an homage to Edward Gorey - I’m an admirer - but it is also a product of my love for silent movies, practical cats, and some things that make me laugh. : )