I guess I am both happy and sad.
I am happy because apparently young people in Riverside, California will never witness or experience mortality since they won’t be reading my book, which is great for them.
But I am also sad because I was really hoping I would be able to introduce the idea that human beings die to the children of Riverside, California and thereby crush their dreams of immortality.
So I finally just got around to watching Saturday’s episode of SMC, and I absolutely hated the art this episode (can we just stick with the team that did Jupiter’s episode please? They were freaking awesome), BUT THAT FIGHT SCENE W/MARS,MERCURY, &JUPITER BRO, THAT WAS AWESOME. AND THE FREAKING PLOT. THERE WAS SO MUCH PLOT. WE NEVER, NEVER, NEVERGOT THAT MUCH PLOT IN THE ORIGINAL ANIME, IN ALL 5 SEASONS. LIKE, IT’S JUST SO FREAKING BEAUTIFUL. LIKE, I CANNOT GET OVER HOW AWESOME THAT EPISODE WAS
other than the art but that’s old news at this point. And Moramu is still being a little creeper and all but I still freaking ship it so hard. *Of course by child I mean my computer.
The paper says they rebuilt the fan assembly, but it’s still making noises…
*Sigh* As long as it doesn’t start sounding like a weed whacker again, I don’t care.
I think I’ve decided what I want to do for Esther Day next year. It would involve lots of notes, a bunch of tape, and the mailboxes of everyone in my neighborhood. I just have to figure out how to pull it off…
Okay so my mom’s computer is so much nicer than mine (mostly it’s just a thinner, lighter-weight version of my computer, but still) and I just want to take hers and give her mine once it gets back from being fixed (Again. Second time in five months, for pretty much the same thing). I mean, I’m the one that carries their computer to and from school at times. A lighter computer would be lovely, considering mine is around 8 pounds, and hers is probably half that if not lighter…
Bringin’ back nerdfighter notes! Bored in an airport bookstore? Or any bookstore (like you’d be bored in a bookstore)? Leave a nerdfighter note! Here we have a note by me, featuring the Great White Wall of Cow, being placed in Paper Towns, and a note by the amazing and airport-ridden unapologetically-speaking featuring French the Llama, to be place presently.
These are so good. Infinite high fives to you!
Love this! You can also leave “Esther Day” notes of love, anytime of year!
I always leave notes in TSWGO whenever I go to Meijer. That is, if the last one I put there isn’t still there. I need to figure out a more general note to leave in John’s books too, ‘cause right now my notes are specific to TSWGO.
Great. Now I have a totally new thing to worry about.
How even the what what
SO TODAY IN CLASS THIS GIRL ASKED
“DO YOU SHIP KIDS?”
AND AFTER EXPLAINING WHAT SHIPPING WAS, THE TEACHER RESPONDED,
“well….yes, we talk about it in the staff room. Who would look cute with who…”
AND THEN WE HAD A FOLLOW UP QUESTION
“does it affect seating?”
CAN WE TALK ABOUT HOW PERFECT TODAY’S EPISODE OF SAILOR MOON CRYSTAL WAS?
A BIIIIIIIGGGG ol’ thing o’ lightning just went NYOOM! across the sky! It was so pretty :D
I am so so soooo happy that my counselor was the one to take on the Early College program. She is by far the most proactive of our three counselors. Like, even outside of our program, nearly everyone at our school knows that if you need something done with scheduling or whatever, you go to her. Like, yesterday, since it was only the third day of school, a lot of students were still trying to get schedule changes. I was called down to try and get mine changed, and when I got to the office there were probably ten people in there for my counselor alone, and by the time I left, there were ten more new people. I think there was one student for one of the other counselors. And don’t even get me started on how many times I’ve heard other students complain about the other two counselors.
With the problems I’ve been having with my Calc class this week, I can’t imagine if one of the other counselors had taken this on. I would’ve been screwed waiting for help.