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27 May 2015 @ 11:21 pm
This is the part where you disown me...  
I had a bizarre semi-work-related dream this weekend, which started off with coding, bug-fixing and sailboating (!), and ended with my taking retirement and requesting the coporate bonus of 150 sheep (talk about random). But hey, free sheep! At worst, I figured I could sell them for their "meat." (!)

I traveled back to Oregon, SO happy to be returning home, but the second day I was there, the sheep arrived—while I was still staying at a hotel, with no immediate plans to buy a house or anything. The sheep were all roaming around outside, and I was worried they'd wander off or get hit by cars. I realized I'd have to buy grazing property ASAP—most likely near Salem, an area I don't especially like—and how on earth had I ever thought I could be a sheep farmer?

That was about when I woke up. It sure beats the dreams of walking to work and back (30 miles each way). :O

When not dreaming insane dreams, I ran, bicycled, collected stuff to donate to Goodwill, read Battle Creek fanfiction and wanted more of it, saw Kingsman: The Secret Service, watched John Wick (10 minutes of plot and two hours of revenge action, though it has both Dean Winters and Willem Dafoe, so that's something), tried to go hiking and failed (access closed due to insufficient parking), and then BLAM—the weekend was over. :(

What a blur. How did yours go?

bleodswean: neobleodswean on May 28th, 2015 02:26 pm (UTC)
Once I got over the silliness of John Wick, I just sat back and enjoyed the hell out of Keanu. I like the high-saturated commix feel to so many of the modern action films. I thought it, ultimately, was successful. (Or maybe I just lust for Reeves so hard....that I would and do watch him in anything!)

Long holiday weekend here, I went one direction, D went another, and when we re-connected Monday evening we were wiped out and in bed by eight! :)

Will you ever move back to Oregon? For reals?
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphorshalfshellvenus on May 28th, 2015 06:10 pm (UTC)
I don't mind Keanu, though I don't fangirl him. It was a highly entertaining movie (the whole middle, at the hotel/nightclub, was really visually stylish), and I liked the dry humor quite a bit. :) Mindless fun, all the way around.

I would like to retire to Oregon, sooner rather than later-- in the Portland area, where two of my sisters live and which has always been my favorite part. I miss the greenery and the mountains, I miss the culture. I seriously would not want to live in Salem, though.

And definitely no sheep, free or otherwise. ;)