We’ve been in quarantine for nearly five months now, and it’s at the point where I have to talk myself out of cutting my own bangs on nearly a daily basis. I told myself I would wait until the salons were safe to visit, and I know if I do it myself I’m going to really mess them up, but honestly, if I cut them they would’ve grown out already. Twice.
This is The Queue, where you ask us questions to distract us long enough to steal the shears while we answer.
The issue I’m finding with escapism in times of crisis is that, for me, it tends to make the tough things tougher to start when I actually get around to doing them. But for now, I’m a faerie princess floating around a mystical blue landscape. It’s cool, I don’t have to order school supplies for de facto homeschool until after I stop glittering, which will be never. Ah, Ardenweald.
This is The Queue, where you ask me questions and I definitely don’t put off answering them until the very last minute.
Uh and that day is certainly a day of the week. Probably. Pandemic time is a whole new thing y’all.
This is The Queue, where you ask us questions and we answer, as long as we remember it’s our day to write The Queue, which I definitely did.
Am I the only one feverishly leveling alts to make sure I have the perfect one for each Covenant?
This is The Queue, where you ask us questions and sometimes the questions answer back.
I still haven’t seen Hamilton. I’m mad about it. Let’s Queue.
The creepy, kooky, mysterious, and spooky games we love you should buy during this Steam Summer Sale
I tend to intentionally consume content that revolves around being cold — or even just definitely not hot — during the summer months. I read a lot of gothic horror, and I play games that revolve around not freezing to death. Unsurprisingly, summer’s when I usually find time to grind Wintersaber rep and the like, too. Coincidence, I’m sure.
This is The Queue, where you ask us questions and we answer — after chugging some maple syrup, eh.
Since my daughter started school, I moved from using a year-to-year day planner to a school year planner, so it rolls over at the end of June instead of in January. As such, I need to get a new one, and I’m just floored by how simultaneously optimistic and useless that seems. Day planner. Right.
This is The Queue, and I’ve penciled you in to ask questions we’ll answer.