I'm playing Marvel Puzzle Quest, which is Bejeweled with Marvel heroes, because it was nominated for Yuletide. It is, as is the nature of Bejeweled, incredibly addictive. I should probably see if the computer can endure playing it and podcasts at the same time, so I'm not completely wasting my time.
There isn't a lot of narrative, but the dialogue is witty and I've laughed a bunch of times.
I read I and II Samuel for Sunday school. vass, I think I've changed my mind and wanna cliff David, so I suppose shag Saul?
As happened when I skimmed I Samuel for that conversation with Vass, I have lots of Saul feels.
The Inclusive Bible puts an intentional David/Jonathan slant on the story, because Inclusive Bible.
I finished The Family Trade, by Charles Stross. Not going to read more of the series, even though the book ends -- not on a cliffhanger, but also not at a particularly satisfying ending place.
I read The Writing Class by Jincy Willett in one long sitting and enjoyed it very much. Possibly what Tiggers are in the mood for is mystery, not sf?
Nevertheless, I'm working on the 22nd Year's Best Science Fiction ed. Gardner Dozois. Like the last volume of this anthology I read, this is fairly entertaining. I really liked the first story, "Inappropriate Behavior" by Pat Murphy.
Some more of OuAT. I most recently watched 2x13, "Tiny," and predictably cried. This show this show this shooooooow
Listened to an inning and a half of the Royals game last night. I really, really want to care about the Royals (because Kansas City is my home), but apparently I just don't. :/
Also at DW: http://wisdomeagle.dreamwidth.org/12084