Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Well, time to blog again. Today was the first day I went to the teacher's house to house sit for her. Her cat Horacio, who was normally the most active, did hang around Mimi and I as I looked around the house for the things we needed to do. Her other cat, Nellie, was much more shy and understandably nowhere to be found. I checked all their food and water, so that they would have ample care. Everything went well, but we had to leave earlier than we wanted to because a storm was approaching. Thankfully, even though it was raining hard as we came home, the storm dissipated some before it got to our house and there was only a soft drizzle once it reached us. Tomorrow, I have a lot to do, from checking the house to shopping for things to (hopefully) going to a school event and supporting some classmates and teachers who are going to TCBY to raise funds for their technology trip to Africa. I am really glad I can help out with that and plan to be there, if Mimi will allow me to...

As for future things, my wisdom teeth probably won't be taken out until August, but I'm hoping that's the case because there is a massive tournament happening on July 30 here. It's going to feature many people from around the state and even out of state, and it's one that I very much don't want to miss. I'm hoping the date doesn't fall on any time in July, though now I'm wondering how I'm going to even be able to visit my mom... it will be a close call, I think. Also, the surgery won't happen in my mom's area anymore, which is another change because of the insurance. It makes me ponder how wonderful it would be if everyone could be insured by expensive insurances, thus making it cost less for everyone since the insurance would cover every single person. But of course, competition is law here in the US, unfortunately.

On the brighter side looking towards a bigger future, I have pretty much cleaned out my entire closet (Mimi helped me some by helping me look for my lost iPod, which remains lost and probably won't be found sadly) and I have organized a ton of things. Even so, everything is in its early stages, and I have a long way to go to get to my future, but I will get there at the time it's meant to be.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

So, another Wednesday, and another blog. Ever since the family birthday party earlier in the week, I haven't been eating much because I became so stuffed. When a storm made everyone leave, it was almost as if Katrina hit for a moment. The wind was blowing the rain sideways, there was lightning everywhere, and a line even went down with two massive sparks in front of my eyes. It was a very eventful day, but both Mimi and I were exhausted the next day. The food was so good, I wish I had access to that kind of cooking every day.

On Friday through Sunday, I'll be helping out my teacher with house sitting. She hasn't called back yet for a meeting since the first time I met her even though she said she would, so I plan on calling her later today. There are a few things we need to briefly discuss again and I also need to get the alarm buttons from her so I can disable/enable the alarm as needed. I'll probably be calling her around 5:30 to 6.

Other than that, not much has been going on, but I did finish Yu Yu Hakusho for the first time this week. It was an amazing and heartfelt anime, and I want to watch it again sometime. My favorite characters are Kurama, Jin, Hiei, Genkai, Kaito, and Raizen. I'm now going to watch Hunter x Hunter, but it's taking forever to download, so I've just been rewatching anime episodes from Wolf's Rain to spend the time.

That's about all of the events that have been going on so far, so until next time~!

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Well, Wednesday again. So it's time to blog post now~ Nothing much new has happened over the week, other than the fact I got to spend lots of time with a certain person. It was at a gaming tournament, where I also got to play a game that I had been dying to play. I played Marvel vs Capcom 3 with the team of Amaterasu, Ryu, and Hsien-Ko. Interestingly enough, I'm super super good with Hsien-Ko, and she was recommended to me! I had always planned to have Ammy on my team, but I'm only medium good with her. I heard her difficulty is hard, though, so I guess it's not too bad. Ryu is more of a buffer, he's easy to play and a good counter for lots of characters, not to mention the main reason I picked him was because his name means dragon in Japanese. XD

Next week I will be house sitting for one of my favorite teachers. She's the one I talked about before, the one who was like my grandmother I never knew. It will be from June 15-17 I believe, I'd have to get the paper again though. Then later in June I will house sit for a much longer time, and in July I might be house sitting some but I doubt it since I have so much to do in July. I'm getting my wisdom teeth out then, and I'm also helping my mom get her garage cleaned out. There is also a huge gaming tournament in July that I don't want to miss, so July is pretty full for me.

I'm also thinking about August. In August, I'll finally be in college, and after August I'll finally be 18. I'll be an official adult, with no one required to take care of me. I already know I'll never be alone, because I'm with too many wonderful people and one even more wonderful, but it is food for thought. It's the official launching pad of life, the diving board, the edge of the cliff as you're about to hang glide. There are so many possibilities out there. It's my hope to take hold of adventure and go where I can, while also helping others along the way as much as possible. Life's about to truly start, and I can see the horizon.

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