It’s Tuesday, but I don’t really care about the actual date.
I’ve never liked reading or watching the news. It makes me feel angry but I do recognize that it’s very, very important to be aware of what’s going on in the world. Social media has been filling me in on recent news stories. The world is not (and will never be) perfect.
I’m getting a few cosplay things in the near future (including two wigs). I have lots of cosplays planned out.
I made all my social media private. You can still request to follow me on my Twitter and Instagram (links on blog). I don’t want everyone finding stuff about me so openly. >.>
With the end of the school year approaching, I will probably not be active as much. I have important things to do, like watch One Piece.
“Watching One Piece is important?” – is what I think some person I wouldn’t like would say.
Yes it is, because it’s something that value. I would gladly lock myself in my room and watch One Piece than step outside (or talk to annoying person) any day.
My walls have posters, backpack has a keychain and pin, keys have a keychain, keyboard has panda cover, phone has Luffy charm, and more. Then there are jewelry and hair accessories. ^^
Maiko is a Japanese exchange student I met some months ago at a social event. She is returning home soon, so I had to see her again one last time.
We went to Suika in Vancouver, BC for lunch. I got miso ramen and it tasted great.
Even though I’ve only hung out with Maiko during that social event, she got me a gift. She is such a kind-hearted person, and so much fun to hang out with. I wish I got to see her more during the school year but life was so hectic. It’s a letter set from Japan with paper, envelopes, and stickers.
Details. This is really good quality.
I picked up a couple of cosplay things (brown short wig, and green sneakers – for Kido). We went shopping after our lunch and I also bought the video game, Star Ocean. Maiko bought way more things than me.
I’m really going to miss Maiko, but I’m glad I got to see her before she goes back to Japan.
rip I haven’t drawn in so long that my tablet is gathering dust. *sweats* I can’t wait for the term to be over so I can relax for two weeks… then start summer school. ;__;
I am an adult woman who dresses up as girl characters (and sometimes as boys), plays with toys,
is a fujoshi, and is in love with 2D boys. I also have no desire to change. ^^
I’ve changed a little these past days. My appreciation for being alone has gone up. Loneliness is not a bad thing.
I have increasingly become more and more disgusted by public transit and public washrooms. I wore gloves when I held onto the handles on the train and I’ll probably wear gloves in the summer as well. Sure, I’ll look weird but I don’t really care about that.
Damn, I have been quite rude to some people in the past. I’ve rejected hugs from people and also told a close friend blatantly to stop touching my arm when I was a teenager.
I am me,
I don’t change for the likes of others
I took this photo of the LGBTQ flag at my school. Canada was the fourth country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage.
My experience with governmental restriction of media portraying same-sex romance
You may or may not know that I don’t really have a preference when it comes to reading manga – I read series on both heterosexual and homosexual relationships. Of course, that includes watching series. I was watching a Chinese drama and then found out that I could not finish it because China removed all the episodes. The making of the second season was halted as well. In the episodes that were aired, the kiss scenes were omitted. This censorship of media is unfortunate, but my heart goes out to people who cannot get married in their country. I think that the media restriction of films and dramas portraying gay romance says something about the situation in those countries.
The bubble tea place at my school is called PhTea, and the sushi place is called, Honour Roll.