rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,
rejectomorph
flying_blind

3000

One might think that I would do something special for my 3000th LiveJournal entry, but I won't. It sneaked up on me. I only noticed just now, so I had nothing planned, and now I have nothing in mind. In fact, I spent most of the night in front of the television. Sunday is murder night. There are multiple mystery programs on three different channels. I love a good murder. Well, who doesn't? Except the victims, maybe. And then I discovered that one of the cable channels was showing The Triplets of Belleville, that extraordinarily bizarre animated movie from a few years ago, which I had never seen. The drawing style will most likely give me nightmares (or daymares, in my case.)

Animals are acting oddly. Right now, one of those mad little birds is doing its car horn alarm impression: CHEEP! CHEEP! CHEEP! CHEEP! It keeps chirping even while it flies from tree to tree, and the pace of the chirping accelerates while it is airborne. Also, something spooked the cat while she was outdoors last night. When I opened the door she rushed in, in that low creep cats get when something has scared them, and she went all around the house, looking out one window after another, and wouldn't return outside for over an hour, though she was quite happy to stand in the open doorway peering out for a minute before scurrying back into the room, casting worried glances over her shoulder. I looked all around the yard and could see nothing amiss at the time, though about two hours later there was some sort of altercation between a pair of raccoons. This isn't the time of year that raccoons usually bicker. I have no idea what all the fuss of the fauna has been about.

Hey, it's 7/11 today!

Wow, 3000 entries of this sort of crap! It boggles the mind.
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