emjrabbitwolf: Hello... I tracked this down and found you were active about 4mths ago. I've read all of Sunny Disposition, and I'm wondering if you will be releasing any additional chapters of this? I know life is likely keeping you very busy now, as I believe you passed the Bar exam, congrats! You have a small following who love your work, and I hope to read more of it eventually, as I also wish to illustrate parts of it... anyway hopefully you can rejoin the WCMI/AlicexHatter world soon!

Not anytime soon, is the (hard, truthful) answer.

I’m so glad to hear that you like it—that’s awesome and very sweet of you. Life has taken several interesting left turns, so I am simultaneously in my last semester of a Master’s degree and also managing a group that’s working to put a new cancer treatment on the market. 

SO. That, alongside many many other things, is where I’ve been and will continue to be.

Given that WCMI seems to be back, maybe I’ll revisit it if the spirit moves me. But first I have to survive the rest of this month. :)


rochester: accuses jane of bewitching his horse
rochester: interrogates jane about her paintings
rochester: leaves jane abruptly for months at a time
rochester: stages an engagement with a hot rich aristocrat to hurt jane’s feelings
rochester: dresses up as a fortune teller to mess with jane’s head
rochester: neglects to tell jane about the murderous insane wife living in his attic
rochester: wait jane why are you leaving

That whole thing with the fortune teller is one of those things you look back on and realize was a deeply concerning red flag.

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One U.S. Supreme Court justice referred to Netflix as “Netflick.” Another seemed not to know that HBO is a cable channel. A third appeared to think most software coding could be tossed off in a mere weekend.

The people ultimately responsible for making legal rulings in the modern world are often dangerously out-of-touch with it. [via Lawrence Hurley @ Business Insider] (via huffpostpolitics)

This is terrifying.

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Pretty much par for the course, though. When the court was hearing about abortion and reviewing the question of viability, primary responsibility on the subject went to the justice (can’t remember which one off the top of my head) who’d been a pre-med student for a couple of semesters before deciding to go with law.

Oftentimes the Supremes will punt a case to the person who took a class on the subject one time, or is assumed to have the most experience with it.

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Things I would buy if I had money, Bee Edition: 

Paging valadilenne, who gets first dibs on this jewelry, but then I’m buying whatever she doesn’t want.

Brass honeybee knuckles.