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Despite the rough start to the week, I had a good birthday! I went to see one of my favourite musicians, I had good times with friends, it was all lovely.

AND, to icing on the cake, it's Thanksgiving this weekend, which means that it's a long weekend and I get Monday off of work. The nice thing about Thanksgiving in Canada is that it's not a big deal like it is in the states - it's a nice sort of harvest celebration, but you don't necessarily have to do anything special if you don't feel like it. 

So, I'm kicking around, not doing much this weekend... and I just finished writing the demented'verse fic that I was working on (still in the process of posting though, I didn't want to overwhelm people's AO3 notifications.)... which means that it suddenly feels like I have a lot of time on my hands, though I'm sure I don't actually and I'm just forgetting a whole bunch of crap I have to do.

Which all got me to thinking... I used to do prompt-me-anything posts whenever I had a day off work. LJ has since died a lot in the intervening years, and I'm not getting nearly the traffic that I used to back in the day though, so perhaps prompt posts won't work anymore. It's a shame, they were fun - I got the trifecta'verse out of them back in the day... also possibly a few of my other AO3 stories... and that one time I crossed over the demented'verse with the Marvel Cinematic Universe (something I still partially consider canon.)

I don't know where I'm going with this - maybe, two questions:

1. Do you think it's possible to still have prompt-me-anything posts on LJ or do you think those days are gone?

2. GIVE ME A PROMPT AND MAYBE I'LL WRITE IT!?! 

This entry was originally posted at https://hells-half-acre.dreamwidth.org/543429.html.

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hells_half_acre
Oct. 8th, 2017 07:09 pm (UTC)
OMG! CROSSOVER! You know the way to my heart... stay tuned!

And yes, Canadian Thanksgiving is the second Monday of October, and just a celebration of the harvest ending (no stories of pilgrims or whatnot). So, yeah, some people do the whole thanksgiving turkey, potatoes, etc... but it's not like a mandatory family holiday football/pre-game-Christmas that you guys have.

It's why when Dark Side of the Moon aired, I was like "why is it such a big deal that Sam spend thanksgiving with a friend's family? It's just thanksgiving, no one cares." And then all the Americans were like "OMG CULTURAL THING!" And I was like "Ah."

And thanks for the belated birthday wishes :)