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16 December 2007 @ 05:52 pm

[I'm Iroh!] Which Avatar character are you?
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27 November 2007 @ 04:36 pm
It took a bit of searching, but I managed to find and buy Futurama DVD movie "Bender's Big Score" at Sears for $20.99! (Suncoast didn't have any copies of it for some reason...) As soon as I got home, I ran to the den and watched the whole movie. It was awesomely and mind-blowingly epic.

Now I'm once again inspired to write a series of crossover fanfics featuring Teenage Robot's Jenny Wakeman and Bender.

To quote Bender: "We're back, baby!"
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20 November 2007 @ 01:22 pm
Picture Meme!Collapse )
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27 October 2007 @ 09:23 pm
Today's my school's annual Homecoming, in which our school football team plays against the guest team.

We were going to arrive there much earlier, but I woke up sometime in the mid-afternoon. I didn't panic at all -- at least not obviously. It wasn't until late afternoon when I exclaimed, "Mom, I wanna go to Homecoming! Game starts at 7 p.m!" She was like, "Okay," and we got dressed and left.

While Mom searched for a place to park, I arrived solo at the gate and paid my admission to Homecoming. It's $5 for an adult -- I was no longer a student, which's $3 per admission! I entered the tennis court, where all sorts of stuff were advertised and sold. I wandered, and sure enough, I began seeing familiar faces. We greeted each other -- including my old enemies. (OK, not actually "enemies," but rather friendly but obnoxious people whom I'd never want to see again.) Soon Mom caught up with me, and we went to greet our friend Lisa. We chatted a bit, and I walked out of the court while Mom and Lisa continued talking.

I strolled around the bleachers, observing people rather than the game itself. Eventually I joined the audience, and of course, more familiar faces. They waved zealously at me, and I waved back. Later, Mom joined me at the bleachers, and again we were randomly looking at people. Shortly after the halftime ended and the 3rd quarter began, we decided to call it a night and go home. When we left, the score was 56-0.

Now I'm feeling a little too worn out to continue working on my Halloween pics. Better rest now and work later.
Current Mood: draineddrained
24 October 2007 @ 08:59 pm
Is it just me, or is Prozac becoming more and more useless on me?
Current Mood: depresseddepressed
22 October 2007 @ 10:09 am
Beginning today, I'll be taking care of school secretary's puppy, and get paid for it!

The puppy's name is Priscilla, and she's unbelievably cute. We don't know what breed she is, but I have strong suspicions that she may be a Shih Tzu. She's quite friendly and playful with our two dogs, even though they've been a little rough on her so far. Oh, and she's not quite housebroken...

I don't know how long I'll have to care for her -- at least until she's mature enough to be left at her own home... But for now, Mom and I are very delighted to have her from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., from Monday to Friday!
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28 September 2007 @ 12:16 pm
Just over an hour ago, I was greeted with an unexpected morning surprise.

I was still struggling with my sleeping schedule, as I got up from my bed. I went out the door, and I noticed Mom, accompanied by my dog Gracie, summoning. A unidentified puppy popped into view, and I gasped. I quickly got myself dressed, and returned to the hall as the puppy trotted toward me.

Apparently the puppy's a hybrid of Jack Russell terrier and Chihuahua. Unlike our two dogs, she's very sweet -- and tiny. As I petted and cuddled her, Mom told me the story: one of her neighbors' son found the puppy last night. She was very dirty, and caked with dried mud. They couldn't care for her, because the mother was too old. And so she's currently under our care, while they searched for her owner (and they still are.)

If they can't locate her owner... then what will we do with the puppy? I'd love to own her, but we've already got two dogs -- which are difficult enough to take care of.
Current Mood: touchedtouched
21 September 2007 @ 09:11 pm
After nearly ten months of waiting, the season premiere of Avatar: The Last Airbender has finally aired here on the East Coast.

I feel so fulfilled and happy after seeing it.
Current Mood: chipperchipper
11 September 2007 @ 04:02 pm
Evidently, the abrupt change from my home life to college life is too much for me, and that I was so ill-prepared. I got so very depressed, so Mom and I consulted the director of Student Disability Services, Lita, to request an immediate withdrawal. After that, we packed all of my stuff back into the van and checked out of the dorm. I didn't even go to any classes.

Here I am, back home and much happier. I don't know how long it will be before I go back. However, I think I may need more training on living independently. I mean, I've lived my whole life practically insulated, and I've always relied on my parents for everything. I know that I can't be forever dependent on my only living parent...

But I know one thing for sure: I won't give up on the college of my dreams. I've worked so hard to get accepted and to learn everything I'll need to become a cartoonist. Yet I've withdrew from college on the first day of classes due to personal issues. I may need more time to prepare myself for college life, but I really don't want to miss out on exciting stuff college has to offer. I will be back someday.

Current Mood: relievedrelieved
09 September 2007 @ 09:28 am
*sob sob* I can't make it for two months with my mom being hundreds of miles away from me.

I should've enrolled in a local art & design college and transfer to SCAD two years later.
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