Something for the Weakened

Pun Ho

Thursday, December 30th, 2004 by

Hi kids. Not been quite as active this week as I’d hoped. The crushing depression that normally descends when New Year comes around hit me a week early, paralysing me and making me unable to do, well, much really. It’s any kind of annual anniversary (not that there are many non-annual ones, I suppose) that does it really. Any opportunity to look over the last year’s achievements fills me with misery, mainly due to their sheer absence in my own case. Hopefully I’m over it now, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it doesn’t rear it’s ugly head again in the next couple of days. *sigh* Anyhow, I hope all your Festivuses were cheerful and that you all won your trials of strength. Watched House of Flying Daggers earlier – kind of fun, but a little slow in places – and it started me wondering about crossover possibilities between classic fiction and martial arts. The Taming of the Shruiken, Much Ado About Nunchuks, Wuthering Fights (okay, that one is quite weak), that sort of thing. Any more suggestions would be greatly accepted. Also came up with the idea of the Virginia Monologues, in which a number of women called Virginia chat about their fannies. In the state of Virginia. Hmm, needs work.

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