Introducing Migros, a Lumedoll Saiph; he's sharing Cho the Keid Duo's body for the time being, until I decide whether I really want a body for each of them.
In other news, I also scored a lovely SwD School A head on eBay (with eyes modded to half-mast and quite a nice faceup) . . . I'm waiting for his body to arrive, so we'll do the introduction later. And there will indeed be a Christmas doll at my house again this year: a Kanata is coming my way via Kerbey Lane, so yay.
I'm really not feeling much like putting RL stuff online right now--suffice it to say that all is well and very well with both Toshi and me, just kinda hectic with work and randomosity.
Randomosity A: I'm in an orchestra again, after almost ten years of having nowhere to play my bassoon. Am I rusty, and are my reeds in sad shape? Oh, my. But my embouchure and diaphragm muscles are slowly remembering that they used to be all firm and toned . . . baby steps, baby steps.
Randomosity B: The Heartbreak Yakuza is such an astonishingly lame movie that it makes The Geisha look like high art. I'm just saying. (Of course, The Geisha has Ogata Ken in it, which helps me swallow a lot more trashy melodrama than I could ordinarily stomach. *major crush on Ogata Ken*)
Randomosity C: Criterion is making me insane with this new $300 Kurosawa box set. FINALLY, Sugata Sanshiro 1 and 2, The Most Beautiful, AND Those Who Tread on the Tiger's Tail will be available on non-bootleg, decently-subtitled DVDs--BUT only as part of an expensive package that also includes twenty-one films that I already own in (mostly) better Criterion editions with more extras. I had fantasized about having The Most Beautiful available for my spring Women in Japanese Film & Lit class, and here it is. BUT. *grrrrrrrrr* *will beg and grovel at the university's acquisitions librarian on Monday*