+ Okay, so: I totally signed up for festivids
. This may turn out to be a terrible idea, I DON'T KNOW, but everybody who participated in it last year seemed super enthusiastic about doing it again this year, and I have no willpower whatsoever. Plus, maybe this way I will actually get the motivation I need to actually finish something? And the deadline isn't until January, when I'll be on holidays, so the timing works out, at least.
+ I also submitted my yuletide
nominations (Miss Match, Make It or Break It, Wizards of Waverly Place, Diplomatic Immunity, Doom, and RPF - The Office), but I'm still not sure exactly what I'm going to request. There's so much other stuff I want to read fic for, but I only get four requests, how am I supposed to narrow it down? Right now, I'm thinking:
Miss Match - because I request it every year, and even though I'll probably never get it, I can't bring myself to give up and use the slot for something else. It could happen!
Make It or Break It - Sasha/Payson! This is definitely one of my requests.
The Office RPF - BJ/Mindy. This is a maybe; I asked for it two years ago, and got not one but two amazing fics, so I feel like maybe I shouldn't ask for it again, but I really love these two a crazy amount, so.
Stuff currently vying for request #4: Valentine (damn it, forgot about this one - I may have to redo my nominations!), Wizards of Waverly Place, Princess Protection Program, Sonny With a Chance, Diplomatic Immunity (I really want this! There is literally no fic! But I might be in the same position with this request as I am with Miss Match, ie. nobody else has seen it or cares enough to write fic; I'm always worried when I have to nominate something from scratch), Doom, Push, Tin Man, Covert Affairs, Better Off Ted, Greek ... how the hell do I do this every year? At least I won't have any shortage of fandoms to offer, I suppose. And there are probably a dozen things I'm forgetting, and in January I'll be going, 'damn it, why didn't I ask for [insert fandom here]?'
+ We've started moving our stuff into the new house, it's very exciting! Except I've been neglecting homework in favour of packing, and I can't do that much longer, since the end of the semester is rapidly approaching.
+ And I just finished reading Mockingjay! I started The Hunger Games ... um, a few days ago? And finished the trilogy in three days, it was kind of like a mini-addiction. I do have thoughts, but most of them have been summed up elsewhere; overall, I was not in love with Mockingjay, but I still love the series a whole lot.