There is a Work Room: https://therealljidol.livejournal.com/1084465.html
There was even a Luna Club announcement of the two newest members! https://therealljidol.livejournal.com/1085315.html
I mentioned this yesterday, but I don't think I was clear enough - that Luna was the first Idoler to die. She died at the keyboard, working on her entry.
She set the standard.
The people who have died since then did not follow her example. I trust the rest of you will. Idol is the *only* thing that should ever kill you. Or me. (I mean that both ways, that I should be the one that kills you AND that Idol will be the death of me!)
Anything less is unacceptable! You may recall that there is now a rule that you are, in fact, not allowed to die. I should have put that rule into place years ago. Idol killing you is the only exception to that. Although I much prefer Idol gravely wounding you and you suffering for a long time, only to heal and come back again to be wounded... maybe *that* should be the rule...
Anyway, enough of that. You get it.
On the home front, there is a "first break up" situation.
Which got me thinking about my own.
Who was YOUR first break up? Who decided to break up? How did you feel about it at the time? What did you learn from it and about yourself from the process?