At-con sketch commission.
Two ladies wanted their steampunk costumes drawn. I was happy to oblige! (I love drawing steampunk designs…)
But I am so very, very sleepy. I’ve had an exhausting month.
I am attending Encounters, a mixed media convention in Wichita, KS this weekend. Got a few commissions! Which is very exciting.
Apparently my JohnDave snuggles got suddenly popular again. xD; Hello to all you new followers. *tips hat*
おっぱい (Oppai), a unique japanese word that describes the feeling of waiting for someone that you know that won’t come back
おっぱい means boobs. It does not mean anything else.
It’s almost time for haunted housing…!
I’ve been playing VN games again my life is gone
I’m almost over my sinus thing though, so I’ll have to stop soon.
… Every time I play my VN games I start forgetting random English words in favor of Japanese ones though. Kind of inconvenient. And annoying >_>;;
… If I don’t use my Japanese every now and then, I’ll lose it. T_T; I’m thankful VN games exist for this reason.
Gotta say, I’m with Roxy. D:
I. Love. Sunflowers.
And I also love John.
pleasant dreams everyone, whenever you sleep.
oh dear, i hope you can get better soon.
Thank you much. I haven’t been to a doctor in a while, so this is a good chance anyway. :(
'ppreciate it, friend
It’s kind of funny how long it took me to realize that what I thought were frequent colds were actually chronic sinus infections… I was never really the doctor-going type. Besides the sinus infections I very rarely ever get sick. I’ve still never gone to a doctor for it ‘cause I’m sort of paranoid about antibiotics and all…
But I think I’m gonna go ahead and get to a doctor. u_u
Oh neat story about getting sick though:
Only about two weeks into my year-long academic exchange in Japan, I came down with a sinus infection. That was right around when the H1N1 virus fiasco was just getting started so all the American exchange students were told to be extra cautious. Two or three of the students actually did have it but luckily I just had my regular old affliction. I was super stoked to go to the clinic, though, because I knew that Japan has a reputation for over-killing colds with treatments and I wanted to see what I’d get.
I was prescribed with four different medications and an IV drip. For my everyday, run-of-the-mill sniffles. o_o
My full blown sinus infection was negligible in like… 3 days and the IV drip had me feeling better immediately. 3 days is a good 2 weeks faster than usual. I didn’t really know what exactly the doctor prescribed to me, but I know antibiotics were definitely involved.
I was kind of excited cause I’d never had an IV drip before. Nor, unsurprisingly, had I ever conducted the whole clinic trip, insurance paperwork and prescription acquiring process all in Japanese. So that was a hoot! Sort of a huge boost in confidence, succeeding at being an adult in another country.
Oh, they also prescribe these cooling, adhesive patches for sprains and they are AMAZING. Sprained my wrist when I was there too, and those things made my life so much easier. I’ve sprained both my ankles more times that I can keep track of and I was never prescribed anything to help but an ice pack when available. Not nearly as comfortable :/
I’m starting to get sick again and I’m starting to get to that part in Buffy where everything’s just getting a little too involved in romance drama and suddenly everything has to be sexy and lies and secrets and desperation, of which I can handle fairly little.
Bluh. Should I skip ahead or just watch something else. I don’t remember if it ever lightens up. Maybe I’ll skip ahead to the part where Spike comes back. I don’t remember if it’s any less ridicudramatic but I vaguely remember liking some of that part? Maybe I just liked Spike.