altairtherook: (Leo Baskerville)
Potatoes today, mmm.
Almost didn't reach the 40,000 word mark. But I finally made it.

Tomorrow's Black Friday, meaning I'm going shopping for a tablet! And my father also promised me a PSP if I can keep up my grades and finish my online coursework. You betcha, I will get this thing. Now just how to figure out how to get Hakuouki Limited Edition... I don't think my parents would appreciate their daughter playing dating otome games with lots of blood in it. And my mom's an anti-demon kind of person. She wouldn't like the "Demon of the Fleeting Blossom" tagline. I mean, she even thought Allen Walker was a demon! I had to explain to her that he was an exorcist but she would not hear any of it!

Anyways, off to practice some Mushishi OSTs on the piano before I go to sleep! Super excited! But I just don't know what to get my parents. =___=
altairtherook: (Kaoru Nagumo)
My days are strange.

Yesterday I was having the best day in school. English was relatively easy, orchestra was fine (though we had a test), and I got to watch Gintama all 3rd period. And to top it off, my newspaper teacher ordered Cici's pizza for all of us. I never knew such a day at school could exist. My only problem was that my left foot's tendons kept cracking. More crack than pop.
When my feet get cold, they tend to stiffen and occasionally, they pop. But yesterday was extremely painful, especially when walking. I tried to pop out the cricks, hoping they would go away like they usually do but it didn't work. My foot was in pain the whole day. A blow to my otherwise delightful day. What sucked was before I was about to go to sleep, my foot stopped cracking and became itchy instead.

Today was a relatively sucky day at school: failed a quiz, had a fire drill, boring subjects in chemistry, substitute in AP World History. Yet however, I had no homework so I could do more at home, but somehow, it doesn't feel as fun as it was yesterday.

I don't know, these two days seem so similar yet so different. As I ramble on.




In other news, here's my plan to get things I want:
  1. Pay off debt to my parents (I need $40)
  2. Buy a tablet with remaining savings
  3. More commissions
  4. Save enough for a PSP + Hakuouki!
  5. More commissions
  6. Enough to buy current volumes of Pandora Hearts and Durarara!! (Coming out January 2012)
[Note: 4 and 6 are swappable]

Ah, I'm hopeless. This plan will take forever. I haven't had a commission since spring. I think I'll be more initiative...



In other other news, I'm selling AX: Alternative Manga. It's in relatively good condition and I'm willing to part with it for $25, shipping price included. Check out the link for more info.

altairtherook: (Blind Love)
 Ah, my mother really loves watching what I do.

She stares over my shoulder at the screen, and I get antsy, because I really am not focusing on work and am usually researching animes, art, and things of sort. Right now, she's sitting on the couch behind me, reading a book and glancing at the screen every once in a while. Quite unnerving. Luckily for me though, the words are too tiny for her to see, unless she decides to come up to the screen. But she's probably too lazy.

Fortunately, Google Chrome has a Panic button. Unfortunately, I forget I even have it and the keyboard shortcut is pretty awkward, but I really can't find a better shortcut.

Anyways, went to Half-Price Books and bought Hound of the Baskervilles, Neverwhere, and The Sandman: The Dream Hunters. Spent less than $20. Pretty happy.

Oh yeah, and I finished watching Hakuouki Shinsengumi Kitan. The ending seemed so abrupt, but it was kind of sweet. ;u; I love tragic stories, really. I think what I really want is a story so tragic it'll twist my heart and make me cry. Ah, and Chizuru and Hijikata were so nice together. Hopefully I can watch the OVA soon.

Ahh, just now my mother asked what I was doing.

"Errr... typing?" I said.
"Typing what?"
"Typing..."
"So really, what are you typing?"
"Typing... a blog."
"How do I get to your blog?"

Argh, major problem here. Why can't I have some privacy? It's not like people actually read it, or that I post absolutely terrible things. Just a rant here and there and a dull perspective on my life. So instead of linking her to this blog, I'll just link it to the other one, since it doesn't have all these personal emotions and thoughts. Grahh, I'm going to die of lack of privacy...
altairtherook: (bunny)
 For two days we had no internet. Apparently it was supposed to be fixed yesterday at 8 P.M., but it never did. Fortunately, today it's all right.

So how did I survive...?

On the first day, I just read Durarara novel translations (luckily I saved them on my computer) all the while folding paper stars. I never knew folding stars was so addicting.

So the next day, that's what I did, folding stars over and over again and putting them into glass bottles. It was so addicting, I couldn't study my math at all and my mother had to confiscate my paper, scissors, and glass bottles. Pffft, not like I don't have access to paper, mother. And I can always rip strips of paper. But maybe it was a good thing that she did that. I really was folding them into the wee hours of the morning.

On a side note, Hakuouki Shinsengumi Kitan is an OK anime, but it's mildy tedious remembering everyone's name, since my mind isn't trained to memorize Japanese names...

Procrastination... who want's to read 3 chapters of A Tale of Two Cities at this time of the night? Bah, I have to do it anyways.

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