Posted on Jan 21, 2013 ; related to Updates, Real life, Literature. 1 comment.
Sorry for not posting for so long. I was (am) super busy.
Get this: Januaries in Michigan are so warm that you can go outside in a t-shirt and still be OK (That’s what I did last week). They said there would be a snowstorm last Tuesday, then last Thursday, but none came. It’s Monday afternoon, and it’s been snowing all day. So, yeah… At least Februaries are more predictable than Januaries. They have mostly lots of snow.
I’ve been reading lots and lots of manga lately. I finished Bokurano after spending 3 nights reading it. It’s quite good for existential food for thought. Last week I read Wendy, which was really really good (though kind of mind-twisting and heavy). I’ve been reading lots more, but I won’t trouble you guys with any more geeking out.
Three Men in a Boat, the classic by Jerome K. Jerome, is really hilarious! I had to read it for British Lit, but I totally enjoyed it. If you read it, you won’t look at cheese the same way again. Just saying…
Posted on Oct 31, 2012 ; related to Updates, Real life, Literature. 1 comment.
Hey guys! NaNo 2012 is just around the corner! To be specific, it’s tomorrow. I hope I win again this year also. Not that it *really* matters, but because if I break the chain like that, my OCD self will be very annoyed.
I found some things I bookmarked last year while doing NaNo that I thought I’d like to share with you guys.
Okay, so these are at least one year old…I hope they will help you as they helped me.
It’s my self-imposed bedtime, so that’s why this post is so short.
Let’s win NaNo together, huh? Night!
Posted on Oct 12, 2012 ; related to Updates, Real life. Leave a comment?
Fall’s here already, huh. I just knitted a pair of black fingerless gloves. I started it last Monday, and just finished it today. Weaving in the loose ends is my least favorite part. I used to have these Slipknot fingerless gloves when I was twelve. I wore them for so many years, but I had to throw them away. That’s why I knitted this pair. The ribbing is a bit loose (I didn’t change the needle size), but I think they’re very nice. Granted, they’re generic, but darn it, they’re comfortable! Maybe I’ll post a picture, if I’m not too lazy to bust out my mom’s camera…
Anyway, I just found this awesome little comic when I was surfing the web. Credit goes to Sveidt from DeviantArt. You can access the original here.
I’m so glad that this comic was made. Some people just don’t understand us introverts. They think that introverts do not like hanging out with people and just hole themselves up all the time. This is not the case! Please be enlightened.
Until next time.