Can you BELIEVE it? I’ve been in Hawaii for six months. That’s SIX MONTHS! WHOA. Shouldn’t more, better things have happened in six months? Well… things just don’t always go your way. I’ve been bouncing around from job-that-makes-me-miserable to another-job-that-makes-me-miserable, with a few awesome things in-between. Like, I drew a cover for Sparkler Monthly (it isn’t
Yesterday, I went hiking with two new friends! On our way, we stopped by something pretty cool, though. Nu-uanu Pali State Wayside scenic lookout! And scenic it was! We were actually on our way to go hiking. Drea and Jill, my new friends (whom I met at Quidditch practice, and are actually sisters) are avid hikers.
A few years ago, I heard somewhere, somehow, that people were playing Quidditch. In real life. Like, real people, muggles like me (as much as I wish that I were otherwise), were playing Quidditch. Like, with brooms and hoops and balls, although sadly without flying. I thought that that was possibly the best idea that
3.. 2.. 1… I Love Hawaii! Just over a month has passed now, and most of my first month was taken up with looking for jobs, looking for apartments, and making a ton of friends. There was also San Diego Comic Con! I want to write about Comic Con, and all of the crazy mishaps
Update: THANK YOU SO MUCH for all of your kind words of encouragement!!! *^__^* They mean so much to me! I am *still* working on the cover image, but I’m not going to bed until it’s all colored in (I only have the background to finish). I know that you guys will love it! So
☆ To see all of the parts in this series, click here ☆ My very first Sakura. To celebrate, I participated in my very first hanami, too. Hanami, or 花見, literally means “flower looking,” and that’s what hanami is. Sit under blooming sakura trees, usually on a tarp, and eat and drink and look up
☆ To see all of the parts in this series, click here ☆ March 6, after almost half a year in Japan, I finally did something cultural. I felt like it was fitting… aaaand okay, I only went because my friend Erin invited me to. I had been here almost six months and never once