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I'm Still Here...

Posted by Hahli Husky , Nov 25 2006 · 49 views
school
Whoa, yeah. *head spins* I've been everywhere the past weeks. Life's been biting me like insanity. Sorry to anyone who's expecting something out of me, like a reply or review or whatever. I would've announced an absence if I had known.


Listening to: Unwritten, by Natasha Bedingfield


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Pencil-potrayed

Posted by Hahli Husky , Nov 08 2006 · 298 views
BZP, art, thats pretty cool and 2 more...
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Drawn by the fab Aanchir: Rachira of Time. So, sometimes I do like being a little popular. ;) This pic is so cute! And it fits the Hahli Husky personage to a T. Check out his two excellent Hahlis here.

Library Tip #5: Been so busy, I can't scrape up Library Tips very well. There's a few going-ons in the SS forum right now. Check out the revamped Short Stories Library topic! It needs more entires, especially of the excellent type. Make sure you enter ToM's new SS contest, too! It's his first time hosting a BZP contest, and he's doing a great job.

End Tip.

This week is so good! Thursday is a "field-trip" day at school, and Friday contains no school at all! Next week contains no going-ons, either. I'll be online a lot more. Those of you who just got old PMs answered today already know that. Peace out!


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My Two Widgets

Posted by Hahli Husky , Nov 07 2006 · 65 views
Stupidity
Since all these news-writing peeps think religion is false and stupid, then why do they write countless articles trying to prove it wrong or argue it? I know it's a big part of American society, and that's probably why. But, can you imagine if they wrote that much about other stuff they didn't believe? Possible titles for articles:
  • Bigfoot Not Holding Back Oil Productivity
  • Author Exposes Misconceptions About Santa Claus
  • Zeus and Politics
Heehee. I'm not promoting a heated discussion, just sharing a tittle. It makes me laugh. I love the great "What-if?".

Listening To: Changing Every Day


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Caressing The Earth Once More

Posted by Hahli Husky , Nov 06 2006 · 89 views
i was so weird, no arguing and 1 more...
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Soji from Kaze Hikaru, by Taeko Watanabe

The rain has come back. Aside from summer, this is the time of year I feel at peace. It's hard to bear spring and early fall in Washington. If there's to be a gray sky, I want rain to tumble from it. And a cold, but sunny, day drives me haywire. Rain is beautiful.

It decended on me: a single glance,
Like a young bud to bloom,
New as a heart unspoken,
Sweet as the rain of May.
And then,
Like the youth of all,
As a snowflake to a warm hand,
To a tear of loss,
Like a life stolen by night,
It was gone
As a clap of thunder,
And the lightening who follows him


Trying my hand at free verse. *chuckles* I'm better with ballads, but I haven't written for fun in a long time.

Sorry for the absence; I had another busy week. But the next few should be calm, or else I'll force them to be.


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The Week From...down Below

Posted by Hahli Husky , Oct 29 2006 · 94 views
school, seriously?
My week was like this:

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Pure unholy heck, for lack of that filtered word. At least, everything fell apart after Wednesday.
From Monday-Wednesday, an evangelist came to our church, and preached every night. Hard. It was really good. He preached in our school's chapel services too. So I was busy then, having to go to church every night. Because the school is directly linked to the church, whenever we have revials like that, we get 1-hour late starts for school. Awesome! ^^
Wednesday is the most stressful day of any week. After school, the teens go out soul-winning. That's when we pick a random neighborhood and go door-to-door, passing out tracks. Yeah, we're those religious peeps who knock on your door at random hours and ask if you've heard the good news. Only we don't argue with you about religion. We give you a track and the two-minute spill, then leave.
Then we head back to the church, eat dinner, and goof around for 1 1/2 hours until evening church starts. The youth group there is pretty okay...some of them are rather shallow and rebellious, though. But it's kewl; we laugh a lot. But by the time I get home, I'm ready to burn my nylons and rip someone's eyes out. Keh-heh, only the shallow people, don't worry. I go right to sleep. Last Wednesday, I didn't reset my alarm, which had me waking up an hour later. Because of that late-start.

The next morning I wake up right as mom and my siblings are headed out the door. An hour late! Luckily Dad was still home, but I was still late for school. Which gave me the first demerit I'd gotten all school year! *cries* And somehow the story got out (via my sister, no duh), and I had to relate the entire story to everyone who asked. And they laughed. At lunch, I ripped my sister's eyes out. Or, something close to it.
The cookie dough tubs, all nine-hundred of them, came in that afternoon. It's apart of our annual fundraiser. There are about 8 different cookie dough flavors. Chocolate chunk, maple-something, german chocolate, white chocolate, snickerdoodle, peanut butter, oatmeal rasin, and M&M.
By lunch, I'm done with school for the day. The secretary was like, "Oh, this is perfect! Go ask Bro. Minge (the vice principal and talkative government teacher) if he needs your help with the cookie dough shipment!"

He did. "FILL ORDERS!" He waved papers around, which declared who sold what. One kid sold about 70 tubs. I got to fill his order. Oh and this year, there were pretzels too. Only thing is, about 12 crates of them didn't arrive! But the 2 cookie dough crates were HUGE. As in tall. Mrs. Oceltree was like, "I need 4 tubs of oatmeal rasin! Where are they?"
They were at the bottom of the second crate, crushed by the massive amounts of chocolate chunk. I took a knife and dug out the oatmeal rasin. It hurt. I filled a bazillion orders, went home, and went to bed.

Friday was somewhat okay. But Megan and Lindsey, the only other unshallow girls at the school, weren't there. And this government test scared the light out of me. Luckily, I only missed 5 questions. At lunch, I raced home to finish my art entry for that library manga contest. Which was due that day. 4 hours later, I hadn't finished the shading yet. But Mom got home, and she was ready to run her errands. That included stopping by the library for me.
I didn't enter after all. But when I got back from errands (which were actually fun, just me and Mom), I looked at the would-be entry again. It looked terribly flat and lifeless. So I was glad I didn't enter.

Saturday was okay.

But today was the worst. Once again, the Sunday school teacher preached on the SAME THING he's been preaching on the past....four months. "Do right do right obey the Lord do right!" I wanted to scream in the middle of class. At my last church, the pastor preached on this for six months before I left. Next hour I had nursery with my mom. That was fun; the kids are so cute! But during that one hour, all this happened:
  • Mrs. McPhearson went into labor, and was rushed to the hospital with two other women to help her.
  • The Nolans' house was broken into, and the police came into the church service to get Bro. Nolan. Mrs. Nolan was frantic all morning.
  • A teenage girl took serveral young bus kids away in her car, without permission, and couldn't be located. (This isn't allowed at our church. Only parents/guardians can take the bus kids home, or the go back on their bus. This prevents accidents/kidnapping/whatever)
  • Another bus girl ran away, left the property, and still can't be found.
  • This heavy, screaming kid was brought into nursery, and it took forever to shut her up. She sounded like knives were driven into her.
I came home and died for a few minutes. Then I had to make drinks for lunch. I was putting ice in the glasses, staring out the back window and the heavy wind. BOOOOMMM!! The dead portion of the backyard tree crashed onto the deck! I screamed and dropped the ice and went O.o . The huge, dead trunk broke the backyard table completely in half. The tabletop was made of glass, so that was all over the deck. Several chairs were busted, plant pots cracked and spilled, and our potted tree went flying off the deck. A considerable portion of the deck railing was crushed and busted.
And I could do was cry, "Sydney!" The tree had fallen where our malamute, Sydney, usually paces. I was sure the tree had fallen on her. But, those [insert angry words and names] losers next door had partied all night and kept her up. So she was napping in her usual spot, by my window, and had no idea there was a tree on the deck.


Now you know why I haven't posted this week. I'm almost too afraid to go outside now. Thus is Halloween. I actually like Halloween, but only the pumpkins and dressing up and candy.

This was my week:

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*front Page'd!*

Posted by Hahli Husky , Oct 22 2006 · 406 views
BZP, janus, library, library tip
Blog of the Week for me! As I clicked the link, I was actually thinking, "Not me not me please not me my blog is so not sparked-up enough yet...". But apparently it is! I'm happy!! But puppygirl? C'mon, Janus. :P BTW, the Japanese in my subtitle means, "What is it that's truly important?". And yeah, Library Tip of the Day is so not consistent. Maybe it should change to "Library Tip #[whatever]". Anyway. Thanks Janus! *big glomp, tail wags*

Here we go:

Library Tip #4: (that sounds better and doesn't make me guilty :D) You've worked hard on your epic. You've poured hours into your writing; the characters, the setting, the use of words and placement of stunning events. How proud you are of your little darling! Then you send it into the world, ready for the eyes of the BZP public....and you get 2 reviews. In a month's time. Oh mee na. How can you get more reviews?
The first thing to do is get out there and review other stories. Read other epics and short stories, and give reviews longer than a paragraph, at least. I've told about 50 different members this, and still counting. It works like a charm, pardon the expression. ;D It may take time and effort, but eventually, some of the authors you comment on will feel indebted. Which could get you some reviews, and maybe some new friends. This is a tested theory; I climbed up with it, and other members have told me that it worked for them, too. Try it.

End tip.

Fangirl ranting ahead. I now add Tales of Phantasia to my loved stories list!! On an unmentionable video site, a great Inu AMV to the song "Doctor Jones" was deleted. So, still wanting to hear the song, I searched for another anime AMV to it. A really great one, pairing Klarth and Arche, popped up. The expressions and magic hooked me. So I searched for uploadings of the show. Apparently, there are only four episodes, but that's okay. I've watched the first one, and I'm all Phantasia'd out. Arche is the best! She's so giddy and lighthearted, and such a fangirl! "That Cless looks so great when he's battling desperately! So I was thinking, if I help him out a little, I get a little closer to him!!" Even though he apparently likes Mint.
But this show is awesome. Yes, I'm aware of the game. And I'm buying it asap.

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XD Klarth's like, "SIX INCH RULE!! AUGG!". Which is a rule at our school, between boys n' girls. You know I abuse it. When that one strange, reaking boy gets too close---
HH: SIX INCH RUUUUUUUUUUULE!! *shoves him over the desks*
Megan: You've touched garbage! Quick!! *goes into attack stance, with that anime-fight background behind her* DOUBLE HANDSANITIZER DOUSAGE!!

My school's weird. :o That is all for today.


I am a pioneer,
Naive enough to believe that
I am a princess,
On the way to my throne
Destined to seek,
Destined to rule.

- Wunderkind, Alanis Morissette


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Can't Take It In

Posted by Hahli Husky , Oct 18 2006 · 107 views
Quizzes, such an otaku and 2 more...
Listening To: Can't Take It In, Narnia Soundtrack, Imogen Heap

Assignment all over with!! And now there's only one left. I feel so free; I could just fly off right here. So everything's great these days. Christmas is coming, too....heehee. Freak you out?
I finished coloring this today, finally. My new markers rock! It's a picture from that oddly-captioned InuYasha coloring book.

~ The link died because MajHost sucks. You're not missing anything. ~

If the drawing were mine, it'd go right into that manga contest. style_emoticons/default/tongue.gif But actually, I'm thinking about entering that Asaki and Tetsuo pic from the last entry, or some variation of those two together. As LMK pointed out, Akina and Tetsuo reminds one too much of Akira and Tetsuo of Akira. Which is like, the most famous manga in America. Bummer. So I'm trying out Asaki to replace the name Akina. It would work well for my manga, in which Asaki's sister is named Sayori. The name Sayori means "born at night", and Asaki means "born in the morning". This may go over your head, but Sayori has a link to stars, while Asaki has such to the sun. I can't elaborate at this point. But it's a triple-play on names! Which is seen often in manga. What do you guys think?

So here I am, taking another text quiz, and dying to post it. Read it or not, but it's kinda funny. I was on a sugar high while filling it out! style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif

FRUITS OF YOUR LABOR (things you can't live without)

Something important on your desk: InuYasha First Season Boxed Set. Yes. That is more important to me than my PC, for some weird fangirlish reason. But the computer comes in a close second, along with my stack of drawings.
If you could afford it at the moment, you would buy: Paintshop Pro. Well, I can afford it, but Mom and Dad have to pay for it through a card, so it'll be a month before I get it. Other than that, I would buy many CDs, the second season of InuYasha, and all 27 of the translated InuYasha graphic novels.
When you sleep you wear: Whatever shirt I was wearing that day (if it's not dressy), and sweatpants...
If your house was burning and you could only save 3 items what would they be: My computer tower (I would pull all it's plugs out and run. You can always find new monitors and power cords), my drawing file, and my Bible. It has many missionaries' signatures and important notes.


MORALS

If there were no side effects, you would enjoy being addicted to: Shopping
A time when you purposely hurt someone emotionally: I yelled at this girl I didn't know. She was being a complete cool dude [I love the filter, don't you? XD] shallow-case and everyone in the room was already irritated. I haven't done it since.
One person you have killed in your thoughts: There are people I dislike, but I never thought about killing them mentally. I have killed off several of my characters, but usually not because they're hated. style_emoticons/default/tongue.gif And other people's characters, too, out of sheer anger with them. Like the Piraka and Toa Inika when they spout all this taunting garbage, while fighting. I'm like: Stop acting so full of yourself and just SHUT UP AND FIGHT! Come on! [No bashing intended on Lego, BTW]
I've also killed Jaken, from InuYasha, several times. I was glad that first time he died, but in the next book, Sessho-Maru revived him. AUGG.
I also imagined how Kikyo might have died again. But that was more out of curiousity than anything. I wish their relationship would've been explained and furthered, after her resurrection. The only reason they seem to love one another is because of what happened in the past, not because of who they are now. It felt like they were always on the same square, never moving ahead at all. There was no freshness to the relationship. Probably because Kikyo was already dead, just living through her soul housed in a clay body. With Inu and Kagome, though, there are always new discoveries and movements in their relationship. It feels real.
Anyway, Kikyo did die again recently, and it seemed final. I do love her as an individual character, and cried while reading about her final death. But in light of that whole Kagome-Inu-Kikyo love triangle, I'm excited to watch Inu and Kagome's relationship now. Kikyo and InuYasha became very pensive and dramatic with each other. And Kikyo hardly acted like she loved him, anymore. It more InuYasha who kept their relationship up, due to his memories (which is understandable); but she didn't seem to care. It was irritating.

Okay. Fan rant over. style_emoticons/default/tongue.gif


FRIENDS

Three traits you look for in a friend: considerate of other's feelings, open to new things, and of course trustworthy
Which friend makes you laugh most often: Josie (Felicia). We howl and fall over laughing all the time. Kristel and Anela make me laugh really hard, too.
A friend who you can tell anything: My absolute closest friend. Those of you who know me well probably get who I'm talking about. style_emoticons/default/wink.gif
A friend you can go to for advice: Most all my friends, for advice on varied things. Girls for girl stuff and boys for school, artwork, and writing stuff. Though, girls give good writing advice, too.
Two things appealing about people: They can be so random and varied, one from the next. Also, you can find a way to crack most people open, if you watch and listen hard. I love that part of any relationship; busting them wide open. Heh, kinda like Howl from HMC.


EGO

Your 3 best qualities: Make almost any situation fun, and can draw you in five minutes. I am also the Trove of the Deepest Secrets for many of my friends. I swear I've forgotten half the secrets in there anyway, and the other half I shall never tell.
Your 3 worst qualities: Can loose temper when tired or provoked too far; I'm forgetful, and I don't like being touched. No poking, pulling, or patting, especially of my hair!! Hugs and shoulder-leaning are perfectly welcome. ^^
You are embarrassed when: I get too excited, and talk too loud or like an cool dude.
The greatest physical pain you ever endured: Fishhook stuck in foot once. Doesn't THAT make you feel comfortable? style_emoticons/default/tongue.gif
The greatest emotional pain you ever endured: I used to get lingual hold-backs. Like, I would suddenly start observing the shapes of things, or how shadow was cast across them. Then, I couldn't talk for awhile. I just couldn't. I'd start crying instead. This was back when I was teaching and expanding my right-brain. Right brain controls visual and artistic talent Your left-brain, the language side, is dominant in most people. But you can learn to switch between both sides. However, once you start feeding your right brain, especially after age 10, it's hard to gain control over it.
Anyway, I eventually learned. To this day, though, I have trouble finding the right word for things now and then, and at times cannot pronounce words.
Your best physical feature: Face shape: smooth, parallel, and elvin. I like my body shape too. It's small but strong and not chunky at all.
If you could change one thing about your physical appearance what would it be: Get rid of these stupid glasses. I look great with them, but they're too hard to maintain correctly.
Your secret passion: Why don't you look up "secret" in the dictionary? Secrets are things not meant to be revealed to the public. You have received an ounce of FEH.


EMOTIONS

Emotion you hide most: Irritation
The emotion you tend to experience most: Happiness
You have a huge amount of guilt regarding: Not witnessing to people I KNOW I should've witnessed to. And not confessing a past love. *sigh*
When you are angry you need: A piece of paper and a pen. Then, I can write everything I hate about the person or situation that made me angry, furiously tear the paper into tiny bits, and throw it out.
When you are sentimental you need: My stuffed husky toy. Hey, it's an important childhood item that is cuddly and worn. You have a stuffed animal hidden somewhere in your room too, don't you? *digs around your room* Don't you?!! style_emoticons/default/tongue.gif
When you are in love you need: To be around the person I love, to think and ponder about him.
Who/what makes you happy: my family, my friends, Bible, and a sharp pencil, thick paper, and several color markers.
Who/what makes you sad: Going away to college in a year, and when people I know die. It's not hard when they've gone to Heaven, but then I cry because everyone else is so sad, and I want them to be happy again.


MEMORIES

One of your most peaceful memories: Whenever I color in Paintshop. It's so peaceful, and you have to concentrate, so other thoughts are blocked out.
One of your most tragic memories: You know, I sat here so long thinking. I don't have any really tragic memories. Because everything worked out for good, so I can't exactly call anything in my life tragic. It was just life working.
One of your angriest memories: Certain times when my parents scolded me and I truly didn't deserve it. Also, when we moved from Seattle to Spanaway.
Seattle: close to bustling happy city, lots of friends, perfect room, five minutes from mall! Spanaway: Just look at the freaking name. It's no forgein word. I'll bet some hick woman came up with it. "We should call it Spanaway because the land just spans away from everything!" AUUGG. I SHALL KILL THE NAMER. Where there are not trailer parks, there are housing developments with the houses six feet apart.
Some wicked part of me wishes one would catch on fire. That way, they'd all burn down, and somebody would sue the penny-pinching cool dude developers, who would stop tearing down every tree in sight to build six houses where each one once stood. Then somebody else would start a petition to make the legal minimum-feet-apart bigger. Then they'd realize we don't have a city council or anything, and we'd get one! Then we'd have a police department, instead of a sheriff who is never around. AND THEY WOULD TRACK DOWN AND SLAY THAT PRINCE CITY GANG THAT'S WRITING CUSS WORDS ON ALL THE DEVELOPMENT SIGNS DOWN OUR MAIN ROAD.

Yes. That would be perfect. Though, I can't complain too much. Our church here is wonderful!
A memory that makes you laugh: Any hilarious moment with my siblings. When we all think something is funny, we DIE laughing! Crazy TV shows, online movies, Patch dancing to music, something on a video game, making special catch phrases we alone understand.
A memory that makes you happy: Sitting and talking with somebody I really cared about. Yeah, it was a guy. style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif


FINALLY

If you had no commitments what would you be doing: Drawing
If you could have one super power what would it be: To project whatever image I'm thinking of onto a screen and save it. THAT WOULD ROCK. Can you imagine?!? Mind-movies!! You could tell a story in your head and everyone could see! I've always wanted to do that.
If you could start all over: No! Childhood is just too long for me to live everything through with the knowledge I have now.
If you had more time alone you would: Draw more. Create that manga I've been wanting to.
If you had more patience you would: Get a job teaching piano. I have no patience for teaching or monitoring children who are unrelated to me! Don't know why! However, I have no problem moderating on BZP. Maybe because of the power. Heeee. style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif


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Windmills Of Your Mind

Posted by Hahli Husky , Oct 16 2006 · 299 views
BZP, it looks like, library and 1 more...
Hope this doesn't stretch the page out. Oo

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Tetsuo and Asaki. No, you won't be recognizing them from any manga and anime...they're mine. No stealing, or I'll steal your head. Just in time for Halloween, too.

Library Tip #3: Edit and rework your story, at least once or twice! Usually, it's not wise to post the first thing you've written up. Create your story in a word processor, such as Microsoft Word or even Notepad, if you can. Then save it, and set it aside for a day or two. Even though this can be really hard to do, especially if you're excited, don't return to it until 24 hours have passed! That way, when you do give it another look, the content will be fresh in your mind. Read it for grammar and spelling errors, and you might find yourself rewriting parts, also. Maybe you've rethought a place in the plot, or a better way to describe what a character is doing. Overall, if you seriously edit your story before posting it up, it will appeal to readers even more.

End tip.

Nothing has been going on as far as life. I'm just living, breathing, and drawing. Though today, Patch, Dad, and I spent about three hours on Starfox Assault. Basically whipping the fire out of each other. ^^ It was fun. And I helped in the 4-year-old class during church today. Those kids are insane. I got a headache, but still, they were all really cute! They ask the funniest things. They kept calling me certain kinds of fruit...naturally I argued back.
Little girl: *giggle* You're a banana!
HH: You're a kiwi!
Boy: Well, well, you are an apple.
HH: You're a pomegranate.
Kids: *laugh because they have no idea what a pomegranate is*

Lately, Josie (aka Senjo or Jo_Shmo, one the most clever and hilarious gals around) and I were discussing our last year in school, how busy everything was, and how suddenly we'd found ourselves beyond childhood's borders. Just those things 17 and 18-year-olds talk about. She sent me the lyrics to a song, Windmills of Your Mind. I really love it.

Round, like a circle in a spiral
Like a wheel within a wheel.
Never ending or beginning,
On an ever spinning wheel
Like a snowball down a mountain
Or a carnival balloon
Like a carousel that's turning
Running rings around the moon

Like a clock whose hands are sweeping
Past the minutes on it's face
And the world is like an apple
Whirling silently in space
Like the circles that you find
In the windmills of your mind

Like a tunnel that you follow
To a tunnel of it's own
Down a hollow to a cavern
Where the sun has never shone
Like a door that keeps revolving
In a half forgotten dream
Or the ripples from a pebble
Someone tosses in a stream.

Like a clock whose hands are sweeping
Past the minutes on it's face
And the world is like an apple
Whirling silently in space
Like the circles that you find
In the windmills of your mind

Keys that jingle in your pocket
Words that jangle your head
Why did summer go so quickly
Was it something that I said
Lovers walking along the shore,
Leave their footprints in the sand
Was the sound of distant drumming
Just the fingers of your hand
Pictures hanging in a hallway
And a fragment of this song
Half remembered names and faces
But to whom do they belong
When you knew that it was over
Were you suddenly aware
That the autumn leaves were turning
To the color of her hair.


Beautiful. *sigh*


Listening To: Hallelujah, Rufus Wainwright


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Honorable Mention!

Posted by Hahli Husky , Oct 15 2006 · 103 views
Art, such an otaku and 1 more...
Can't believe I never got around to telling anybody this. Maybe I was too busy when it happened. Last spring, the county libraries held a manga drawing contest. I entered! Behold The awesome Link-ish entry! Never very confident in my work, I sorta forgot about it after entering....

Then came the glorious call. Link had won me an honorable mention! And, my imformer said, it was the top honorable mention. Which means almost third place. *chuckles* Look here, just scroll down to the 9-12 grade winners, and I'm there with an entry called "Link - Courage". Even though I only got a ribbon, dang was I proud. Second art contest I'd ever entered, and I placed fourth!
[The first contest was in elementary school, where my "Save the Earth" poster won first prize. I had been up against the whole school, and I was only in kindergarten. But now when I look at the poster, it looks terrible. Keh-heh.]

Now the libraries are announcing the second manga contest! And my drawing has gotten much better. In the Link entry, his legs were too long and his pose too stiff, thus it's problem. Time for another go! *clutches Sanrio pencil, the all-powerful tool* Cross your fingers!


Listening To: Taijiya Sango, Kaoru Wada


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Soundtrack Of My Life

Posted by Hahli Husky , Oct 13 2006 · 143 views
Quizzes, such an otaku
Fun little thing I found on a music site. Just another "try it!" diddle.


Movie Soundtrack of Your Life:

The rules:
1. Put your music player of choice on shuffle
2. Scene one = first song played, scene two = second, so on.
3. No cheating/skipping
4. Post in blog, pass it on!

Opening Credits: Hanyou InuYasha, by Kaoru Wada (YAY!!)

Waking Up: Beyond Belief, Petra (Good one ^^)

An Ordinary Day: Angel of the Morning, Dusty Springfield (What sad days I must have)

The First Date: Sekai no Yakusoku [Howl's Moving Castle credits], Chieko Baisho (I. Love. This. Song.)

Falling in Love: Toki wo Koete Kagome. Kaoru Wada (Another fit ^^)

The Rumble: Overture [Phantom of the Opera], Andrew Lloyd Webber (XD, SO fitting)

The Break-up: Windy, The Association (What? This is a feel-good song!)

Getting Back Together: Eru-Hu, a beautiful sample of the Chinese Eru-Hu being played (good for a smooth renewing, I suppose)

Life's Okay: Howl's Moving Castle Main Theme, Joe Hisashi (Aww, this one's so pretty)

The Mental Breakdown: Notes/Twisted Every Way, Andrew Lloyd Webber (Haha! Perfect! They're all having mental breakdowns in this song)

Cruising: Things I'll Never Say, Avril Lavinge (Yay!)

The Flashback: Itazurana KISS, Day After Tomorrow (XD, what a flashback!!)

The Party: Every Heart, BoA (Very slow party. Like, calm. *yawn*)

Everybody Dance Now: My Will, Dream (NOW the party picks-up!)

Regretting: When The Rain Falls, Zetta Bytes (Fits. Truly)

The Long Night Alone: Henkashita InuYasha, Kaoru Wada (Must be a very scary night Oo)

A Death: Now That I'm a Woman, Mia Farrow (Whoa. It's NATURAL. This is such a sad song about loosing oneself)

End Credits: Tokyo Girl, Ace of Base (Yay! Good ending)






What?

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Have you been wronged recently? Are you suffering from the strain of a car accident? Do you think Bionicle's "No relationship" canon destroyed your childhood?
 
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Bionicle Comic Readings
by Janus, Hahli Husky, and friends
 
~Comic #1
~Comic #2
~Comic #3
~Comic #4
~Comic #5
~Comic #6
~Comic #7



Stuff That People Really Liked

~Are You Stupid Quiz
~BZP Is A Constitutional Monarchy
~Beat My Caramel Dansen Tolerance Score!
~Beat My Leek Spin Tolerance Score!
~Why Pirates = Ninjas
~Don't Post Here
~Dear Ex-BS01 Waffles
~Guess What!
~Why I'm Still Staff
~Favorite Animals (with funny pictures!)
~The Coolest Person In The World (the banner of my dreams)
~HE THINKS YOUR TOP IS DISGUSTING
~A Big Secret About Black Six
~Hacked The Prince
~A Really Important Question
~My Shipping Wall
~Ways to Stay Safe! - Password and Hacking Survival Guide


My Life Stories

~Quotes of the Day
~"This Sister"
~When You Worked For Nook
~The Name Issue
~Awoken By An Ostrich
~Laundry Room Rules
~Where It All Began
~Why I Watch Ponies


The Hahli Husky Fanclub
(yes it already exists, don't worry)

About A Nerd

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Names: Hahli Husky, HH, Becca, Beech, Becks
Age: 26
Location: British Columbia
Sex: Yes
Married: To The Hottest Hottie Ever
Other: Pansexual, Virgo, Wood, xNFJ

Loves: Janus, All my friends, Kittens, Socks, Creepypasta, Shipping, Animal Crossing, Sailor Moon, Plushies, Rainbows, People who stand up for what's right, Animation, Game Grumps, Feeling good about myself, Singing, Clothes that help me look even hotter, Equality, Adventure Time, Simulation games, Homestuck

Dislikes: People who think they're accepting but aren't, Loud noises, Broken things, Bad smells, Waking up before 9 am, Nice Guys, Discrimination, Abuse

Favorite Artists: Janelle MonĂ¡e, Daft Punk, Skyhill, Starbomb, Paramore, Pogo, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, The Who, Nana Kitade, SNSD/Girl's Generation

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