Thursday, May 08, 2014


I just spent an hour brushing out the side of Ky that faced me. He hates it but sat fairly still while I did it. It's a soothing process for me which is a good thing as the day has been stressful.

I think the appeal of  Game of Thrones is the satisfaction that comes from yelling at the screen.  They're all a bunch of nasty work. I promised someone I would give it the first season to grow on me. I'm not sure rooting for characters to die a horrible death is the best way to spend my time.  But then, I've done just that in my own story. Rocks. Glass house.

So that's a good thing - realizing that no matter how bad my day has been,  it's divine compared to the Starks'.


  1. It gets better and worse all at the same time. That's the fascination with them. And just when you think a character is beyond reprehensible, they do something unbelievably kind. Mind warp every episode.

    1. Yeah, I'm not feeling it. I think part of the problem is that I do know most of the spoilers. The cinematography is excellent though. So I keep watching. I'm starting season two this week. As a writer, I really want to understand the appeal of the series to so many people. What hooked you in the first place?