IT IS AMAZING.
BZPower is like... HD, man. Whoa. Personally, though, I'm finding it a little tough in the transition between Mac and PC - I barely know how to operate some of the stuff on this computer. Meh. However, the breathtaking beauty of the graphics when I plugged in a little Age of Empires III more than made up for that. This is a change for the better.
Being on break feels really good, doesn't it? I have actual time to make my MOCs, watch 4 episodes or so of House in a day, go t
Got myself some today at my local TRU. Unfortunately, I was unable to pick up the large 2011 Atlantis set that I had desired, but I did nab some other great stuff, including Stormer and Evo 2.0's.
Dare I say, they are rather awesome. Definitely a whole new direction in the way of LEGO action figures - I like it. I await seeing some nice MOCs which will use the new joints in cool ways. Pretty much every part is new. These Heroes are flippin' sweet.
On an unrelated note, yesterday, the cas
And that astonishing beauty was given to me to replace this four-year-old PC I'm on now, which is totally virus, pop-up, and inconvenience-ridden. Ohmygod. I would pay to have seen my face when I saw this thing.
So I was thinking earlier this weekend about the "good ol' days" of my love of BIONICLE. And I wondered to myself, what's changed? Why don't new sets feel as awesome as they used to, so thrilling to open, so exciting to put together? Maybe it's because I've gotten older and more "mature." To those theories I say Bah. That can't be it.
Therefore, I reflected not upon why things might've gone bad for me - but rather, upon what made them so awesome back then. The last time I remember feeling tru
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The intense scheduling that was my life this past week has at last eased up. This makes me happy. Hopefully it means I'll be more active next month, too.
I feel like I'm boring these days. It's a little unnerving.
Getting up on stage on an Opening Night performance! Bye Bye Birdie was a ton of fun, and I'm looking forward to a weekend of even more!
In terms of Nano, I dunno if I can do this. November happens to inconveniently be the least free month I've had all year, and I'm now, what, 9000-ish words back? Not looking too hot, is my novel. :/
On a few topics;
NaNo - currently at around 3900 words, going for 5000 by the end of tonight, so I can actually be caught up to date. The novel is coming well, just wrote the first chapter, and am happy with it. And I bid good luck to my fellow Wrimos, can't wait to see some of your works!
Theater - closing in on the opening of Bye Bye Birdie. This week and the next are our intense rehearsals. It's a blast.
RPG reboot - for the record, I'm in favor of the coming revamping of the BZPRPG
NANO TOMORROW OMGWOW
Problem is, I have a long rehearsal that day (3:30-8:30) as well as (most likely) homework. Odds are I won't write on that day, but I hope I can! I finally figured out my protagonist (thank you SOSOSO much, Lady K!), and with that, I think I'm ready at last. Don't expect to see much of me this month, I hope - if I'm on BZP and not writing, then I'm slacking and that's a bad thing.
On an unrelated note, I saw the premiere of The Walking Dead with my friends tonight. Th
I really gotta get cramming on NaNoWriMo before monday - there's a lot I have left to pre-write, like character names/backgrounds, and a basic plot outline. Hope I can get it all in time! And on a side note, I'm going to go see West Side Story tomorrow - looking forward to that!