I've been busy these last few weeks with school and job/internship things and figuring out what I want to do in life. I think I know but I'm still keeping my mind open to any opportunities that come my way. I'm lost but getting lost isn't a waste of time. I've been sick and in the hospital. Again. I swear I keep feeling weaker and losing physical strength. Why? I'm doing the best I can to take care of myself. But I hadn't lost my spiritual and mental strength. Despite my physical weakness I think I look healthier, weight wise. Is that odd though? I just need to keep taking care of myself and I'll be fine. Why do I even bother writing on dA? I don't know. Maybe it's because it's the only place where I can free write online and I know some of you guys, my friends, are listening and want me to be well, which I thank you guys for. <3 I guess this is my way of opening up my heart a little.
Anime Boston is coming up soon and my friends and I are excited for that! I kind of set myself up to do Trainer Red all three days because on the Anime Boston forums I ended up scheduling the 2015 Pokémon photoshoot after chatting with some people for a possible time. So for anyone who is going to cosplay Pokémon at Anime Boston this year or just want to stop by this is the photoshoot schedule!
Friday- 5pm on the 3rd floor by room 313.
Saturday- 1pm on the first floor (plaza level) underneath the second set of escalators. *the one that does not lead out into the streets basically.
Sunday- 2pm on the 3rd floor by room 313.
*If necessary at the con to relocate then we will but hopefully not. Pokéshoot Link
I need all the strength I can summon to survive a whole weekend. It's strange this is the first Anime Boston I'm nervous for and I don't understand why I'm having this feeling. I'm not even nervous over the photoshoot. I am excited to go and enjoy myself but I can't shake off this nervous feeling. Is that a good or bad thing? I don't think I have any reason to feel nervous. I always enjoyed AB. Maybe I feel nervous because I don't have my full strength with me and Anime Boston is coming up soon. Anime Boston is a big and noisy place. I'll have fun at Anime Boston but I'll try to take it easy as well for my sake.
I saw a musical with three of my best friends from the university called Big Fish. It was beautiful. Here is the direct description from speakeasystage.org:
"Big Fish centers on Edward Bloom, a traveling salesman whose larger-than-life stories of epic adventures delight everyone around him, except his pragmatic son Will. Just as Edward’s health begins to decline, Will learns that he is about to become a father, and sets out to discover his family’s real story by seeking the truth behind his father’s tall tales."
I cried during sad parts and even random parts because Edward Bloom reminded me of my own dad who I love so much. I never want to lose him. Everyone should read or watch Big Fish. I was touched by it and I hope it touches the hearts of many people who decide to read or watch Big Fish. All of a sudden I've gained a new appreciation for theatre. It also reminded me that my dad always loved theatre along with football (soccer). Brother inherited his love for theatre and I inherited his love for football (soccer).
I saw that match with Revolution and the new New York City team. I wasn't happy that the Revs lost. For some reason I still can't believe that David Villa is playing in the USA.
New York City wear sky blue and white like Manchester City I see what they're trying to do copying the amazing Manchester City xD Wait. I just remembered that New York City started with the help of Manchester City. How conflicting, but the home team comes first. If they can just lose against New England Revolution next time that would be great.
Well for now I suppose all is well. ^^ That's all for now, have a good day! See ya!