I've been telling Dad to feel free to help me plant the Dutch iris bulbs I got, but I looked for them and couldn't find them. The bag of freesia bulbs was right there near the back door, so I don't know what happened to the bag of iris bulbs. I looked around. I'll have to look some more. It's supposed to be nice out, so I really should spend some time outside.
I made it to the appointment. S. called, and I talked to him for a bit. He said he totally forgot the pizza party. He was already in Philadelphia when I texted him Saturday evening, he said. Well, it's not like he stopped being my secret love child.
I said hi to P. while I was at the grocery store, and asked her if she wanted a ride to the bus stop. She said she was good.
I finished up Sean Michael's Full Disclosure. I wished for some more plot development, as the plot set-up was pretty interesting, and some more character development. It didn't seem like there was time for those things in that particular novella.
By the time I got home from my afternoon out, it was clouded over and considerably colder than it had been. I still went over to look at and smell the lily-of-the-valley, and look at the tea roses and some of my other roses. "Maggie" is a found rose, probably a Bourbon. That has buds, too.
I've been seeing "GPOY" frequently on Tumblr, so I looked it up in the Urban Dictionary. According to that, it's "Gratuitous Picture of Yourself." I'd looked up "crey" a while ago. Depending on the context, that means "crazy" or "cry." The context usually seems to make it clear enough, but I don't know why two distinct and short words were altered online so there's a one word with two possible meanings. "Stan" means obsessive fan. I'd been wondering what that was.
I also finally looked up "tl; dr." I've been seeing that everywhere. It means, "Too Long; Didn't Read." That's my entire journal. The journal is for what I'm interested in. I figure other readers can skim, and maybe find things interesting to them somewhere in an entry. There's a reason I use the tag "rambling" so frequently.