Comment here, comment there, comment wherever--I'm not picky. Don't point out the massive amounts of dialogue, though--I know, and it was intentional.
Bumping for the people who wanted this and have yet to read/reply/review.
Which means it's the perfect day for me to renew updating Broken Unity, after a... quite long, school-induced hiatus!
And since it'll be my birthday, I'll actually be motivated to write the next chapter--unlike the AP Literature homework that I still haven't officially started!
So yeah. Yaaay!
As you can imagine, this is flippin' awesome.
The only downside is that the meeting would be in Eugene, which is like... a couple of hours away from here. But you know what? I'm cool with that.
The only issue is whether I can get a ride up there...
- Day Run is going fantastically. Keep it up, everyone.
- So is Rise of the Rockets. And since I spent all weekend writing a bunch of large posts for RotR, have a lot of big homework to do right now, and my characters are basically all inactive, anyway, I probably won't be posting in there a whole lot for a few days--at least not until my workload shrinks a bit. I will keep things going once we get to Castelia, though, and I will be keeping up, so bear with me--this is super temporary.
- Because of aforementioned workload, I may or may not update Broken Unity on Saturday. Hopefully I will; if not, I'll make up for it over the summer.
- My stomach has finally settled down, for the most part.
- Still seeing that gastro doctor on June 5th, though.
- I got a cold like, the week before last and I'm still feeling the after effects of it. For the time being, it seems to have damaged my voice a bit. Hopefully it's not permanent (doubt it, but still.)
- I've noticed that my gums--where I got that gum graft twice, and where it was apparently successful the last time--are starting to recede again. At least, it looks like it. Won't know for sure until I see the dentist again, which should be next month.
- I really hope they aren't receding again, because that's going to mean ANOTHER graft and I don't want to put up with that again.
- Like I said, even/especially with only threeish weeks left, I've been busy.
- Big assignments in half of my classes. Yay.
- I cannot figure out how to write this own-poem content essay. Hopefully I'll be able to tomorrow.
- Oh, and since I only need 3.5 more credits to graduate, there's a chance that I'll be finishing high school a semester early next year. I'm going to be discussing this with my counselor on Monday. Hopefully, something will come of it.
- ME3. Pretty awesome so far. Especially the multiplayer. Unfortunately I haven't gotten to try out any of the new stuff from today's DLC. :3
- I still need to finish Assassin's Creed: Revelations. Since, you know, AC3 comes out in November and all. ... GAH. >>
- So my dad's side of the family is having a reunion next month. It'll be pretty swell--most of my cousins on that side I haven't seen... ever, so it'll be nice to meet them. Although I do feel a bit of apprehension about it, but I won't go into that. Let's just say that it involves my dad's fiance.
- My mom's wedding is in July. Should be pretty fun.
- The only bad thing about it is that she's moving down to New Mexico almost immediately afterward... right before my 18th birthday. She can't stay/move up here for a while (read: a year or more) due to her fiance's living arrangements, so... :/
I have to say that I wasn't terribly confident about posting this chapter. Not because I think the writing is bad--far from it--but because I felt the transition from one area to another, done arguably abruptly, might've been a bad idea. Ultimately, though, I think it's fine--it's not like the events in the two areas are going to be separate for long.
- The hacker incident completely threw me off in both RPGs.
- Those stomach issues I've complained about in the past have been really bad for the past two weeks, so much so that I'm finally getting checked out for possible diseases that could be causing them.
- Mass Effect 3
- Stress from getting ready for the AP History test tomorrow.
Rest assured, after tomorrow I should be able to commit full-time to everything again. Especially once I get a schedule put together of what all I need to get done in RotR and DR.
The Face Behind The Mask
Year of Existence: 18.
Year of Studentry: 12th.
-Broken Unity (Review)
-Night Ride (RPG)
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