February 13th, 2021

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 The lemon and grapefruit are... well let's just say Dad and I have differences in opinion as to what constitutes "enough coverage" and when he and Mom go to the TV room to watch a movie I'm taking a couple more blankets and wrapping them around the grapefruit's trunk.

It's 34 degrees rn, but with coverage and my reptile heat lamp (originally purchased for the birds a few years ago, because occasionally they were going to be in suboptimal temperatures), it's 38 in the... lemon bubble. Of course, the proof of this concept will be when the temps get below freezing. The citrus really shouldn't go below 30 F. 

Edit 2.5 hours later: 44 degrees in the lemon bubble.

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Viva New Vegas: How Lovely It Was

Meanwhile, in the department of, "why, for Fluffy February prompts, is 'searching for the perfect Valentine's Day gift' set after V-Day?" Seriously! It's set for like the 24th or something. This makes no sense.

It also means that some of the Seventy-Sixer posts are going to be severely out of order, because today's is supposed to be Singing/Playing an Instrument, but mine takes place after the V-Day gift. So. I'll have to post this (and the other Seventy-Sixer FF stories) after the V-Day gift story, i.e. end of the month.

You don't get fluff today, basically. BUT you get some bittersweet Viva New Vegas.

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 So i want something to eat, but I did eat an entire bag of broccoli tots for first meal (I skipped breakfast), and part of me is thinking "Hmmm there's that box of scone mix that Speccy sent me," and I'm kind of tempted to use that because, y'know, these do eventually go bad. 

Not that I need scone calories.


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