It's that time to sign up for classes again--for next semester! Exciting, right?
Lately, I haven't been so sure about it all.
By "it all" I mean college. It's not that I haven't been enjoying myself. There are classes I like a lot. Classes I really hate and find almost/completely useless. Overall though, I'd say it's been positive. I think. I thought. While it was happening, at least. But hindsight makes me second-guess? I wonder what I've really done with the time here, and then I doubt. What have a really accomplished?
For most of this semester I was on that artistic high made up of fumes of optimism and sprinkles of self-este
Well, I finished my two years at community college, and am going to move into the dorms of my new university! I'm transferring and staying there for at least two years, pooossibly three (we'll see how class scheduling and such pans out), and I am really hoping things will be good there. I managed to get into the college run apartments, super-stoked about that. I just got my housing assignment actually, and the name of my roommate, but I don't know anything about her yet.
Well, looking at what I accomplished this summer, it wasn't much, like usual, but I feel like I did more than I usually do during my summers. I went to Otakon and Virgin
"Beyblade: Reload" is basically my Beyblade playground, my fanmade universe that I toss all my Beyblade-original ideas into. I've been developing ideas for it since childhood, but just for fun; creative thought exercises, if you will, which I do with numerous fandoms. The timeline spans from many decades before Team BBA was born to decades after they have kids of their own, story ideas from Europe and the Majestics to the Blitzkrieg Boys in the abbey to Kai and Takao and to their kids, many of these things completely or mostly unrelated. Don't ever expect chronology or coherence from the Reload content I throw out; I just create whatever