Everyone go there and check out 'Redux' if you haven't already. It's a really awesome idea :D I'm thinking about doing it myself. It's been so long since I've written anything that the practice could only do me good. The limit is only a 500 word minimum, so it wouldn't be too stressful to meet the deadline. Plus, it sounds like a hell of a lot of fun. ^_^ I'd be writing for X-Men: Evo, probably, and I don't know just how many people might've already applied for that fandom, if any, sooooooo... any Evo writers wanna follow me over there? XD
In other news, Wallace and Grommit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit is just as wonderful the second time around. And I found out Aardman Studio's paired up with Dreamworks animation to create 'Flushed Away,' a CG animated movie about a up-scale pet rat flushed down the toilet to end up in the sewers. It looks fucking adorable, with that delightful Aardman style not hampered by the CG-ness at all. I can't wait ^_^. There was also another trailer for 'Over the Hedge'. That was one of my absolute favorite comic strips when I was living with my grandmother and actually got to read the Sunday paper. I'm so happy it became a movie, especially one that looks really good and has a great cast and is done by DREAMWORKS, w00t.
I went to the lab today, right down the hall from the doctor I just went to, to give samples for my lab tests. I would've done them when I went to the doctor's before, but I'd had a cup of orange juice for breakfast and I needed to be fasting. So I had to go from 10 pm last night to 1pm today without eating or drinking anything but water. As soon as 10 rolled around, I started getting cravings XD. But I gave all the nice and pleasant 'SAMPLES' (blood being drawn still hurts like hell, and the whole inside of my elbow's been achey and sore all day ;_;. Even though she barely stuck the needle in! It got sucked out by a vacuum though, that was kinda cool!) and it's over and done with, yay! Hopefully I'll get a fully clean bill of health ^_^. Then I can steel myself for a trip to the dentist, which will be a mild level of hell, I'm sure.
Oh, I still haven't seen 'Brokeback Mountain,' and now I wanna see 'Imagine Me & You.' And Orson Scott Card's 'Characters and Viewpoints' is giving me ideas for novels O_o. That's good writin'!