I terribly regret doing the update, and hate every bit of it. I’ve disliked all the IOS updates that’s been done, and it was my mistake to push the update button on my phone.
What I don’t like about the change?
Maybe it’s a personal preference, but I despite changes. I enjoy things the way they are, and changes frustrates me. The functions on my applications seems more complicated to utilize. Ex: calender, weather, message..etc
Being a lazy, good at nothing gal that I am, there’s certainly lots of talents that I would love to someday master. My list can go on forever!…and ever!
-Golf: a pretty recent interest I’ve developed. Honest truth, I suck at it, terribly. I’m currently enrolled in a golf class at my college and it helps a lot. I can at least manage to hit a ball from time to time now. It’s definitely difficult..but so much fun! and I enjoy it a lot, despite being absolutely terrible at it.
-Tennis- I play every now and then; with a friend/family member, or just the tennis ball machine. That’s in my list of classes to take next semester. It is the expanded version of ping-pong!
-Dance/Sing-I’ve got the two left feet, and the tone-deaf voice. Perhaps taking a dance class in the future? and pick up vocal lessons again?
Math-1+1=2? easy enough. So long as numbers remain the only factors in math, I can understand, but what happens when the alphabetical starts collaborating with the 1′s and 2′s and 10′s? I don’t want to find x, x is sitting right there in front of the question! f+g= what? I’m not the best mathematician in the world, or a math person at all… but it’s definitely a skill that has its advantages. I’m been going to the tutoring lab every week and getting help so hopefully my math skills will improve..
I’d like all of you to know how fortunate you are to be gifted with the talent of voice. You can make music without an instrument. Most affordable method of getting into the music industry!
I am jealous of all of those that can hum, or sing a tune and that won’t make your pets want to cry and cover their ears.
Be grateful of your ability to sing, and make the best of it!
-sigh- The good old gaming days of my time at Mabi seems forever long ago. I remember coming home from school, and the first thing I’d do is get on my computer and log in mabi, Mabinogi was my life then; not just the game itself, but the players I came across to as well. I made good friends through that game, and I wish there could be a reunion of old players that use to play as well. :(
Most of all I miss my guildies… I was in the most amazing guild in the game… OHSOF. Jaq was a great leader, and Kyrie was an awesome second in command. But now Jaq and Kryie are long gone. Kyrie disappeared and is no where to be found. Jaq, we at least still have contact with in skype. I miss the times of running shadow missions, and dungeons; where I was constantly beaten by monsters and have to be revived by my guildies and party mates. Those were definitely the good days. The picture above demonstrates a common glitched we magic users often experience when we use the firebolt skill with a specially trained wand. Kirarin was one of my best friends on the game; and is long gone from the game as well. Kira occasionally pops online from skype and have little conversations to remember our days on the game.
Another screenshot of a glitch that I’ve captured. Kira(the witch in the white & blue robe) has a leftover pose from her dark knight transformation. Yeah! thats what you get for going to the dark side, kira!. As for me, I would be the witch in the green witch robe. Then we have Lotus, Krotto, and Kyrie! We just finished a shadow mission that just about wore us out.
I get lost in my own world when on a simple jog, run or walk; practically anything that involves outdoors and interacting with nature itself. I love the feeling of the wind brushing against my cheeks and its presence that cools down my beads of perspiration. That feeling is amazing and satisfying.
This is one book I can think of that I wouldn’t mind rereading again, and I did a few times. Speak portraits a young girl dealing with rape, recovery, and confession. Melinda reminded me of myself during my first year of high school. I was the outcast. I did not socialize, and kept my friends to a minimum of 1-3. I was the quiet girl. I really enjoyed this book for the simple reason that it’s written in a form of a diary and easy for me to stay focus in. (I have the shortest attention spam when it comes to reading…) A film was developed based on this novel, starring Kristen Stewart. She portrayed Melinda real well in the movie.
Another novel I would not mind rereading would be “The Help“.
The Help tells a story about African American maids working in white households in Mississippi during the 1960′s Civil Right’s Movement. This novel explores the idea of overcoming long-standing barriers in customs. Kathryn Stockett added a bit of humor into this story to lighten up the plot, and I really enjoyed that. The film adaption was done great as well, and I cannot count how many times I’ve re-watched it.