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So today, I went and saw The Proposal with my mother, then came home and filed for several hours, and then [livejournal.com profile] scruffbunny drew me into a conversation about our shared expanded Zelda universe, and I got roped into updating our map.

Now it is ten o clock at night and I still have not finished my commission or done laundry, both things I need to do like two days ago. However, my paperwork is like so organized.

I'm really excited that I get to move in less than a week from now. I've talked to my roommate, and she's nice, though she might not stay my roommate, and I'd like to be settling in. Also by the time I am at school, I will have money to pay for things, and I never realized how much I wanted to have a matching sheet set until I was presented with the possibility of doing so.

I listened to all of The Graveyard Book yesterday, and I really love Neil Gaiman. Even if his books nearly always make me cry. While I was listening, I drew two pages of comic, and inked them, and colored them.

I am very busy for someone who isn't really accomplishing what she should be.
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First of all, this was the best April Fools' Day ever. I didn't get a chance to pull any jokes, but there were chances! And I witnessed some amazing ones.

But mostly, my day is summed up by this text I sent some boy in Wisconsin (if you are reading this, I love you):

argh one day i will live in a house where all the animals use the bathroom outside and i have to clean up far less feces everyday.


Boring writing stuff that I really just need to write down somewhere and which I'm sure no one else wants to know (unless maybe they were stalking me but I don't think anyone is right now so yes!) )

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Man, spring break is over. And I didn't do any writing at all, all week. Wow.

See, this is what happens when I don't go to school. A whole lot of nuthin'.

Though I did get pretty far replaying Ocarina of Time for the seventeenth time. This time, I even made it to the future! XD

Seriously though, that game still terrifies the crap out of me at points. OoT ReDeads? Terrifying. TP ReDeads, less so. I have no idea why. The TP ReDeads look more real. Maybe they look real enough that I know they aren't, whereas the OoT ReDeads just look disturbing.

Also what the hell blood curdling shrieks in this game. ReDeads, Great Fairies...no wonder this game fucking terrified me when I first got it. I was seven! This game is still frightening in parts! Why did my mother let me play this thing?

Also also I did do a lot of arting things this week. Though most of it was on, y'know, paper, and thus won't see the light of the internet for a while now.

Wow it is late and I should go to bed and stop screwing around on the internet. Imagine that.
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I just agreed to go see a movie that I really don't want to see. I saw a trailer for it. I thought, wow, that looks flashy, but how is that trailer supposed to make me want to go see the movie? And I'm going to go see the movie after rehearsal tomorrow. Clearly, there is something wrong with me.

Let it never be said that I am not a good friend. Or that I don't read enough Shakespeare.

Also: I HAVE A GAMECUBE AGAIN. And I have the Legend of Zelda Collector's Edition 4-game disc, with Zelda, II, OoT, and MM. I REALLY REALLY WANT TO GO HOOK IT UP BUT I DON'T WANT TO WALK THE THREE BLOCKS HOME CARRYING IT. Especially not in my neighborhood. I'm kind of fond of not being shanked, thank you. And that's not just because this city is so Sonyist.

Also also: pg. 196 of Silver Chain, in handwritten pages, that is. Still! I'm about halfway done with writing a book! Wewt, my friend, wewt.


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