It's finally arrived! The day of 20,000 pageviews (or at least a few days after)! :3 Thanks to everyone who has taken the time to stop by and visit my DA page over the past......9 years!
I'm sorry that I've kinda dropped off the face of DA for a week or more. I've been busy with life/job/commissions/volunteer-staff work. It's been pretty stressful but after the once a month staff meeting passes, all chaos tends to die down. This meeting was super-extra stressful due to the fact that I was haphazardly told that I was going to lead the meeting, and the exec who normally makes the presentation...DIDNT make the presentation. Fortunately I threw one together in less than 20 min and the presentation turned out fine. I was however not too happy that out of the 5 execs that are on the board, only 2 made it to the meeting.
Yeah. Thats how the preparation for this convention has been going so far. *le grump sigh* I dont expect it to get better, but it's good to have the support from other staff who appreciate my effort to get things done/keep in contact with staff.
Anyway, On the positive side, it looks like I've been blessed with lots of side commissions! One of which may have me published (for the 3rd time?) so thats always a good thing! More details on that later, I actually have to start the project first. :3
Recently a friend in Japan introduced me to BabyMetal (via facebook). I hate to say it, but I never knew that Kawaii and deathmetal could mix so well. It's kinda addictive to listen to. :3 Currently my favorite songs are: Megitsune, Ijime Dame Zetai, and my guilty pleasure... Onedari Daisakusen (I hate the subject of the song, but it's catchy). It's fun to listen to as your vacuuming. >D
As I've been going to Friday night bible study regularly, I'm attempting to learn Korean (it's a Korean bible study taught in English though)! So far I've learned how to say "Hi" in polite and informal form, and ...Shut up. It gets a good laugh out of people at my poor pronunciation skills. This is what happens when you dont learn a language in a class (but from kids who are from that country). It's totally worth it though. Whats kinda weird is that the polite form of "Hi" in Korean is "Ann yaan Hahse yo" Which sounds similar to Japanese "Hanase yo" (Dont talk!). *shrug*
Well, I need to get back to my commissions.
Till later ya'll~