Earlier, Cordelia was perched in the big bay window at the back of the house, staring raptly at the snow, twisting her head back and forth to follow it. Sometimes she'd race back and forth along the window. Every so often, she would jump! to try to catch one, only to be thwarted by the glass.
Then she'd do it again.
In less pleasant news: Persona 4, I love you, you're a very fun game (although I prefer the setting, atmosphere, and characters of Persona 3). But I'm already pissed off about how you handled Kanji; do not go this direction with the latest character. Please, don't. Please...yeah, you're going to do it anyway.
I love the idea of "identity in a confusing and information-loaded world" as a theme for a Persona game. It's great. But do I have to expect that a game with this theme will be saying offensive things about gay and transgender identity? Do I really? Yeah, apparently I do.
After I finish I may have to rant about it to get it off my chest. Then people will probably accuse me of being oversensitive and, like, totally missing the point of those characters, which is that they weren't gay or transgender at all, just confused and pressured! That's not offensive at all!