Hooray for Japanese softdrinks! I have been wanting to do a picture of ramune for a while, but the shape of the bottle kind of scared me off. I was wondering how on earth I was going to pull off the shape in SerifDraw, but somehow I did it! Anyone who is an anime fan, or into Japanese culture will know a little about ramune. I have never tried it, thought the HEB in my town does sell it. I will try it one day, though. I like trying new foods and stuff. I really want to someday try takoyaki! Well, anyway, enjoy the ramune! The top says Oishii oishii (tasty tasty/delicious delicious) and the bottom says Ramune (for those of you who don't read or speak Japaese. Don't worry, I don't either, but I do go and look this stuff up)
**EDIT I got the servant's name wrong! XD It should be Stanely **
I think it's obvious that I saw Sherlock Holmes 2 the other day. The first one was so entertaining that I had to see the second one. Yep, I'm a Sherlock Holmes fan(although I've never read the books). If you haven't seen the second one, go see it! Don't go with what the online reviews say, because they are all a bunch of malarkey. It's just as good as the first and I didn't see anything to suggest that it was 'homo-erotic'. There is such a thing called 'friendship' and it isn't the shallow kind we see today.
And please, don't start going on about how you have 300+ fb friends and how you care deeply about each one, because if you are really honest with yourself, you don't. It's very rare for people to form family-like bonds with people they have never met face to face. Most of you are still figuring out what it is to be a true friend.
If you haven't seen the movie yet, I won't explain why Mycroft is naked.
Here are a few photos from the Texas Renaissance Festival that my family and I attended last weekend. It was the first year we got to go and the place was huge! There was so much to see and so many shops. We had planned to see a lot of the shows, but always found ourselves on the opposite side of the grounds when the shows were going on. We did make it to the Ded Bob Sho though, which was awesome! My sister and I have been determined to see it ever since we found out about the festival two years ago. We were extra excited to find out that you could take pictures with Ded Bob after the show. And I do believe that this is the first time I'm making an appearance on DA. Now that you all know what I look like, you can find me at the next Texas Renaissance Festival (or actively avoid my goofy self). Totally going to go again next year!