Me & My Muse – Day 1623: More Christmas Memories…

In going in accordance with what the title says I will be watching some more Christmas footage today.  I still have to finish the Christmas of 1994, so I need to get started on that.

My Muse visited me yesterday, so that was pretty fun…


Muse:  Hey Kyle!

So you’re an adult again?  I know that you were doing The Last Jedi, but what about your transformation cycle?

*Muse transforms into her child self*

Muse:  Don’t worry!  I can change to my adult form and back anytime I want!  I can go from this age…

*Muse transforms into an adult*

Muse: …To this age!

That’s nice and all, but aren’t your parents going to know that you’re missing?

Muse:  They won’t.  I have a child clone of myself at home.  She’s been very obedient and I’ve been playing with her a lot.

So how old are you today?

Muse:  I’m still eight!  I am 3’2″ tall and I weigh 42 pounds.

That’s the height of a three year old and the weight of a six year old.

Muse:  I know.  I’m practically in third grade and I still wear a 3T!

So, are you going to watch your Christmas footage?

Muse:  I’ve already done some of that!  I’ve been watching it with my younger clone.  It’s been quite…

*Muse turns back into her younger self*

Muse:  Fun.

What happened?

Muse:  It’s the transformation cycle.  It’s hard to maintain my adult form for too long.  Time to change into my adult form again.  Should be good for another couple minutes…

*Muse changes into an adult*

Muse:  There.  I’ll see you around.  I’m going to watch some more Christmas footage!

*Muse vanishes in a beam of light*

I’m going to as well.  Time to get started on that!

Today’s high is going to be 31 degrees and the silver lining is being able to watch some more Christmas footage.

To those of you who like Christmas memories, I hope that you all have a fantastic day.


Muse:  Should I tell Kyle that I have a  One Privilege now?  Naw…I’ll let him figure it out soon enough.  Tee hee…

*Muse flashes brightly and changes back into her child form*


Me & My Muse – Day 1622: Christmas Movies, More Footage and a NESday

With this busy week done, I can finally wind down and enjoy some more Christmas movies.  One of them is one that I usually watch at the beginning of this month.  The 1955 adaptation The Miracle on 34th Street.

In addition to that, I still need to watch some more Christmas footage.  With nine days left, I really need to get going on that.  I am on the Christmas of 1994 and I would like to watch all the rest of the footage before Christmas.

I will also either be going to my friend’s house or he will be coming over here, so that should be fun.

My Muse is still eight years old today.  Like Thursday, she is 3’2.5” tall and she weighs 43 pounds. The height of a four year old and the weight of a six year old.  I’ll have to visit her later on today.

Today’s high is going to be 24 degrees and the silver lining is being able to enjoy some Christmas movies and memories.

To those of you who like Christmas movies, I hope that you all have a fantastic day.


Muse:  There.  I made a whole snowman family and surrounded them with my snow angels!  Time to visit Kyle!

*Muse generates clone of herself, flashes, and grows into her adult self*

Muse Clone:  What do I do while you’re gone?

Muse:  You pretend to be me so that mom and dad don’t suspect anything.  Okay?

Muse Clone:  You mean me as eight years old, right?

Muse:  The you that you currently are.  Yes.

Muse  Clone: Okay!  Time to make a snow house for this snow family!

*Muse Clone begins making snow house while Muse teleports to reality*

Me & My Muse – Day 1621: Jedi Hangover

What do you get when you stay up until one in the morning and wake up at five in the morning?  You get a Jedi Hangover.  It’s really just a headache.  The movie was good, but the next day side effects aren’t.

Okay.  The headache really isn’t as bad as I’m making it out to be.  Now I’ll get to the movie…

That’s strange.  My Muse is not responding.  I’m guessing that she’s still sleeping.  We’ll discuss the movie when she’s awake.  I promise.

My Muse is still eight years old today.  She is 3’2″ tall and she weighs 41 pounds.  The height of a four year old and the weight of a five year old.

Today’s high is going to be 26 degrees and the silver lining will be having the weekend off.

To all of you who have experienced next day headaches,  I hope that you all have a fantastic day.

*Muse flashes and turns into an adult in her sleep*

Muse:  *snore* No…Snoke…Stay away…AHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!

Me & My Muse Go To the Movies #9: Star Wars: The Last Jedi – Part I

I just got back from the movie, and…


Muse:  We’re not doing this.


Muse:  I enjoyed the movie a lot.  I’m just too tired to discuss it tonight.  Can we discuss it tomorrow after I get some sleep?  Good night!

Sure.  We can do that.

Just to let you know, the movie was good and tomorrow, I’ll tell you why…

Me & My Muse – Day 1620B: Big Premiere

Well, I’m at the movie theater now.  I’m very sorry that my Muse has to miss this.  The movie starts in an hour.  The lobby is getting packed and it’s full of excitement.  I wish that we could share the excitement together, but we can’t.  She’s just an eight year old girl with all the restrictions…


Meanwhile, in the Muse’s room…

Muse: It’s not fair!  Why do they have to be so stupid about me seeing the movie?  I love Star Wars!  I loved it since I was a teenager…Wait!  I was a teenager?

Muse:  Urrr…This stupid body.  Why do I have to be eight years old?  Oh yay.  I can use the potty now like a big girl but I still can’t hold it at night…*sigh* These stupid diapers…When can I stop wearing them?  I can remember being fully potty trained before I turned three!  Wait!  How am I remembering all of this?  Have I lived…another life?

*Muse glances at her hands and sighs*

Muse:  That’s right.  All my memories are still there, but they’re repressed when I’m this age so I can remember any of them.  But how am I remembering them?  Urgh!  I wanna see Star Wars!  But I can’t!  ‘Cause I’m a stupid little girl.  Adults get to do everything!  But I am an adult!  An adult trapped in this body!  Why can’t I escape?  *sigh* It doesn’t matter.  I can’t see Star Wars:  The Last Jedi… *sniff*

*Muse closes her eyes and begins to sob uncontrollably*

Muse:  No!  I wanna see Star Wars!  I wanna see Star Wars!  I WANNA SEE STAR WARS!!!!  I WANNA SEE IT! I WANNA SEE IT!!!

*Muse begins flashing brightly*


Muse continues flashing and grows taller while she was still crying*

Muse:  I WANNA SEE IT!!!! I WANNA…Wait!  Why does my voice sound different?  Wait a second…I’m an adult!  Let’s try something out…

*Muse flashes and shrinks back to her eight year old self*

Muse:  And now I’m eight!  That’s pretty cool!  Can I do this?

*Muse creates a clone of herself laying fast asleep in her bed*

Muse:  I can!  Now I’ll turn back…

*Muse flashes and grows back to her adult self*

Muse:  Yay!  I can go and see Star Wars after all!  And I still have my ticket!  I bought it while I was still a giant…

*Muse runs into the bathroom and begins shuffling clothes around*

Muse:  I need to change into my Princess Leia costume!  I’ll get the buns…And now my robe…and there.  Kyle, you better save a seat for because I’m coming!  I get to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi!  Yay!

*Muse flies into the air towards the movie theater*

Me & My Muse – Day 1620: The Last Jedi Begins Tonight…

For those of you who don’t know, Star Wars: The Last Jedi begins tonight.   I already have my movie ticket, so that really simplifies things…

Oh yeah.  This is the part where my Muse would be excited about seeing the movie.  But with her in the middle of her childhood transformation cycle, she won’t be able to see it with me tonight.  She is only eight years old, and with the movie being rated PG-13, there will be a multitude of material that would be inappropriate for her little eyes to see.  And with her little body, she would easily pass for a four year old.  She is only 3’2.5” tall and she weighs 43 pounds.  The weight of a six year old.  And even if she could see it, the showtime is at 10:15, which is well past her bedtime.

So…*sigh* Muse, I will see this movie for you.  I will miss seeing your Princess Leia costume this year and your geeked out excitement for what could possibly be one of the most exciting Star Wars movies to date…*sniff* Excuse me…I don’t mean to…OH MUSE, I’M REALLY GOING TO MISS YOU!!! WHY DID YOU HAVE TO BE A CHILD DURING THIS TIME?  WHY?!!!

*blows tissue and wipes eyes* I’m very sorry about that.  Anyway, I’m going to miss her Princess Leia buns and the rest of her costume.  Don’t worry, Muse.  We will watch this movie together when it comes out on Blu-Ray.  I will go out and buy it, and we will make it a special night.  And you can wear your Princess Leia costume.  It will be our own little private “premiere” of the movie.  We can pretend it is.  with movie popcorn and everything.  For you, I will do that.  I will even make myself forget everything about the movie with my One Privilege so that we can both be surprised together.  Oh Muse…Don’t be sad.  We will both watch it in a few months…

For today, I work an early morning shift.  As for later, I will be going directly to the movie…WITHOUT MY MUSE!!!  Sorry again.  There would be a brief discussion about the movie with my Muse, but that will wait until we see it in the spring.  There will be a full movie review this weekend as well.  So stay tuned for that.

Today’s high is going to be 19 degrees and the silver lining is seeing Star Wars: The Last Jedi tonight.

To all of you who like seeing a good movie, I hope that you all have a fantastic day.


Muse:  But mooooom!  I want to see it!

Nurture:  I’m sorry, honey.  Both me and your daddy have already discussed this.  We do not think that it’s a good movie for you to see at your age.

Remedy:  Plus you don’t even look like you’re eight!  To a lot of people, you look four…

Muse: But I can go if you both take me!

Nurture:  Honey, it’s rated PG-13.  The answer is no.

Muse:  MOM!!!!

Me & My Muse – Day 1619: Snow Problem

Well, I just finished shoveling snow at my grandparents.  To cut things short, I worked, went to the store for groceries, caught up on last week’s episode of Survivor, and shoveled some snow at my grandparents.

My Muse is six years old today.  She is 3’0.5″ tall and she weighs 35 pounds.  The height of a three year old and the weight of a four year old.

Today’s high is going to be 19 degrees and the silver lining is being home where I’m safe from all the treacherous snow covered roads.  It’s supposed to snow anywhere from 5-9 inches, stopping at around midnight.

To those of you who are trying to keep up with the snowstorm, I hope that you all have a fantastic day.


Muse:  School is closed tomorrow!  Yay!  Tomorrow, I’m gonna play in the snow!  Tee hee…