Friday, August 26, 2005

It's Just Me and Eve

Tonight while I make Mr. Gorgeous some magic brownies, I thought I'd write a few things. This is my "eat sweets for free" day. You gotta have one if you want to stick to a healthy diet.

As you have read, Lorraine and I are both avid gardeners. However, we do things a little differently. Such as: Her plants have lovely names like Heirloom Tomatoes, Asian Pears and sorrel....while mine have nerdy names like Mugwart, Skullcap and Henbane. How interesting yet predictable for Lorraine a' Malena. We do the same things but at opposite times. When I'm up doing readings she's asleep. (I'm the odd ball again for don't most people sleep at night?) Reminds me of a Future Bible Heroes Song....

Lorraine is off with Kitty and Motley Crue. Tommy, dude, you need a reading man. Hh heeeeeeeee no really...

I'm very serious about this Halloween thing people!!! Our album will be out and Lorraine will be here in LA. Let's show her a Hollywierd Style good time. I personally think we should have a week long corset convention. Why should we all be limited to only one night of freakish costumes when it could continue for days....or 13 NIGHTS.......oh that was cleaver ah?

16 Comments:

At 10:58 AM , Blogger ravyn said...

i'm thinking that a corseted goddess party might be in order at Balticon....

 
At 8:26 PM , Blogger Malena Medium Cool said...

Great idea! We are SO so so looking forward to that.
What a darling sculpture. Is that one of Lisa's?

 
At 11:39 AM , Blogger ravyn said...

Yes -- my girlfriend Laura commissioned that as a birthday gift for me, it's a "ravyn" rat, complete with t-shirt that reads "I'm blogging you", and laptop screen that reads "OBEY ME". (Lisa ROCKS!)

Laura suggested a "Goddess Party" to me weeks ago, and then Lorraine mentioned having a party at Balticon too... so WE MUST do it!!

Which reminds me -- there is a photo on your site, where you are wearing one of those corsets (Malena_corset10.jpg) that is black leather edged in blue, with blue accents. i haven't seen that in the Alter Ego shop, was that a custom design? (we likes it, Precious...)

 
At 7:30 PM , Blogger Fabulous Lorraine said...

Lisa Snellings is most magic and wonderful! I am going to be writing about a project of hers tomorrow when I have a brian to actualy write something.....

Corset Goddess Party at Balticcon in is, we'll get Nora to help us fix it up, hee-hee, Hi Nora!!!!

 
At 7:31 PM , Blogger Fabulous Lorraine said...

Uh, Make that Brain not Brian.....Nuff Said....

 
At 8:28 AM , Blogger Kitty Cat said...

hey fabulous duo, make sure i know when balticon is, please please, because that is my home town of love, and i must not (MUSn'T!) miss!
as for Mr. Tommy Lee needing a reading, oh come on out girl, cause he surely would love one!!
i am going to call miss Mal Mal for one, as i am out on the heartbreak shores these days, but i gave up sugar/bread/processed food 3 days ago, and i am seeing the calm light of my energy return. it is not a forever thing, just til i detox. this tour is the proverbial doozy! love your posts, and love you both, so much. love, kitten

 
At 10:37 AM , Blogger ravyn said...

Kitten - Balticon is Memorial Day weekend 2006, check the Balticon web site for the most up-to-date info.

i am SO looking forward to meeting the FabDuo :-)

Lorraine, i owe you email, soon!

 
At 3:04 PM , Blogger Kitty Cat said...

thanks for the heads up, Ravyn,
and looking forward to seeing all these power ladies!
xoxoxo KC

 
At 6:23 PM , Blogger vandaluna said...

Future Bible Heroes?? Stephin ROCKS!

Hey, I see Ravyn mentioned my name! I was summoned!!

Back to Stephin Merritt, think he might want to come to Balticon too? he was on the cover of the '04 program.

vanda

 
At 2:32 PM , Blogger ariandalen said...

>As you have read, Lorraine and I are >both avid gardeners. However, we do >things a little differently. Such as: >Her plants have lovely names like >Heirloom Tomatoes, Asian Pears and >sorrel....while mine have nerdy names >like Mugwart, Skullcap and Henbane.

Okay, so call them Artemisia vulgaris, Scutellaria lateriflora and Hyoscyamus niger. Or how about sailor's tobacco, blue pimpernel and devil's eye. ;)

And yes, I had to look the alternatives up, but it can be so much fun to do that. (I used _The Herb Book_ by John Lust.)

Besides, I have silver-leaf nightshade (Solanum elaeagnifolium)s, standing cypress (Ipomopsis rubra) and skullcap (Scutellaria drummondii) growing wild. I also think one of the trees out front is a sassafras, though I'm not positive.

You never know what's growing in your own neighborhood unless you look it up. ;)

 
At 2:57 PM , Blogger Fabulous Lorraine said...

My poor herb garden has become an overgrown jungle, and the only thing I know for sure is thriving is the Poison Ivy ( Rhus radicans , among other things ) but I sure as heck to have the heirloom Tomoato thing going on!

 
At 2:05 PM , Blogger ariandalen said...

That's okay 'cause tomatoes, heirloom or otherwise, are in the Solanum family, making them related to the nightshades. ;)

 
At 6:29 PM , Blogger Malena Medium Cool said...

I love how informed and educated you are! Our blog has become a one stop wonder for all sorts of eclectic information. You are so cool Ariandalen!

 
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