Monday, December 11, 2017

The Most Emotional Meal: Zaxby's Insane Wings

This happened a few weeks ago, but I swear I've never had such an emotional meal before, lol.

My mom came home late and didn't want to make dinner, so we decided to order out at Zaxby's. Now, my mom likes spicy food; she always prefers spicy food even when it's not an option. Since most fast food restaurants' spicy food doesn't phase her, I decided to order Zaxby's insane wings, which is their hottest flavor (I think). To be honest, I thought that she could handle it.

She couldn't. Lol, after her third wing, she couldn't eat it anymore. At this point, she was tearing up and deeply breathing, trying to handle her stinging mouth and tongue. She told me to eat the rest of her wings, since I like spicy food, too.

I was dying after one wing. These wings were dangerous because they lulled you in with a false sense of security when you first start eating them. They're not that hot when you first taste it. It's not until a few minutes later when the lingering spiciness catches up to you, and suddenly your mouth is on fire, lol.


David was over as well, so my mom told him to eat it, too. I told her that he couldn't eat it because he can't handle spicy well, so what does he do? Just to be contrary, he grabs the biggest piece and slathers extra sauce on it and starts eating it. Lol, he started dying not long after that.

Lol, towards the end, I'm on my third wing, David's on his second, and we saved the last one for my bro to try, so he's eating one, too, and we're all dying. My ears are burning (which only happens when I eat really spicy stuff), my eyes are tearing up, David said that he couldn't hear out of one ear, Brian's slathering his wing in ranch to hide the spicy taste, and we're all deeply breathing because our mouths and tongues are on fire. And in between all of us dying, we're all laughing at each other because we weren't expecting to die during dinner that night.

Yeah, it was the most emotional meal I've ever had, lol. I think we all bonded that night.

After dinner, my mom told us that we needed to go to Walmart the next day to buy more water bottles, but I knew that I couldn't just go back up to my room and pretend that my lips and tongue wasn't still tingling and have to endure that. I figured walking around would help get over our spicy dinner, so David, Brian, and I decided to go to Walmart right then and there and get stuff for mom.

It took a good 30 minutes for our mouths to finally calm down, lol.

So yeah, if you're looking to have an interesting meal, I definitely recommend buying Zaxby's insane wings and trying it out with others. :D

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Book Unhaul (10)

This is all from cleaning my room a month ago. I've read half of these books and no longer want them, and the other half I have yet to read but have lost interest in and no longer want either. These were all sold to Second & Charles for store credit, so I could buy other books, lol.


Hetalia: Axis Powers vol. 1-2 by Hidekaz Himaruya
Bleach vol. 1-22 by Tite Kubo
Legend vol. 1-6 by Kara & Woo SooJung


Let It Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson, & Lauren Myracle
Orchards by Holly Thompson
A Touch Mortal by Leah Clifford
Vampire Rising by Jason Henderson
The Red Necklace by Sally Gardner
The Silver Knife by Sally Gardner
Soul Thief by Jana Oliver
The Demon Trapper's Daughter by Jana Oliver
Heart of Darkness and Other Tales by Joseph Conrad
Changing Media, Changing China by Susan L. Shirk
The Power of the Internet in China by Guobin Yang


Cascade by Lisa T. Bergren
Boy Toy by Barry Lyga
Griffin Rising by Darby Karchut
A Mango-Shaped Space by Wendy Mass
Metagame by Sam Landstrom
Adaptation by Malinda Lo (ARC)
Inheretance by Malinda Lo (ARC)
Icons by Margaret Stohl (ARC)
King of the Screwups by K.L. Going
Juno & Juliet by Julian Gough

Saturday, December 2, 2017

Books I Want to Read This Month

Unfortunately, I didn't manage to read any books off of this list last month, but I'm definitely going to try to read at least one of these books by the end of the year! I still can't believe that it's already December...
  1. The Vegetarian by Han Kang
  2. Captive Prince by C.S. Pacat
  3. The Battle of the Labyrinth by Rick Riordan
  4. Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls In a Dungeon? vol. 9 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
  5. Seraph of the End vol. 1 by Takaya Kagami & Yamato Yamamoto
  6. Seige and Storm by Leigh Bardugo
  7. Night Sky with Exit Wounds by Ocean Vuong
  8. The Princess Saves Herself in This One by Amanda Lovelace
  9. Words That Kill by Vivid Vega
  10. Never Fade by Alexandria Bracken
  11. Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari
  12. Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
  13. Talon by Julie Kagawa
  14. Brave by Svetlana Chmakova
  15. The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

Friday, December 1, 2017

November in Retrospect

Where did this month go??? It went by so quickly that I'm still reeling. I managed to find a new manga series to follow and watched a lot of new superhero movies, lol.

I read:
  • Namaikizakari vol. 1 by Miyuki Mitsubachi
  • Namaikizakari vol. 2 by Miyuki Mitsubachi
  • Namaikizakari vol. 3 by Miyuki Mitsubachi
  • Namaikizakari vol. 4 by Miyuki Mitsubachi
  • Namaikizakari vol. 5 by Miyuki Mitsubachi
  • Namaikizakari vol. 6 by Miyuki Mitsubachi
  • Namaikizakari vol. 7 by Miyuki Mitsubachi
  • Namaikizakari vol. 8 by Miyuki Mitsubachi
  • Namaikizakari vol. 9 by Miyuki Mitsubachi
  • Namaikizakari vol. 10 by Miyuki Mitsubachi
  • Namaikizakari vol. 11 by Miyuki Mitsubachi

I watched:
  • The Foreigner (2017)
  • Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
  • Taken 3 (2014)
  • Koe no Katachi (2016)
  • Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
  • Justice League (2017)

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Weekly Haul (99)

I didn't buy any books last month, but I ended up buying a couple of books this month because they were on sale. One was a birthday present from David though! :)


Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? vol. 9 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Illustrated Edition by J.K. Rowling & Jim Kay
becoming. by Renaada Williams
beyond rock bottom. by Kara Petrovic
Words That Kill by Vivid Vega

Monday, November 20, 2017

Drinking, Festivals, Trips, Birthdays, Trivia, & Movies

This is a long, overdue update since I didn't blog anything about what happened in October let alone this month. I'll try to keep it short since there's a lot of stuff that happened, lol.

At the end of September, my parents went on a week long cruise, which left my brother and me home alone. To celebrate our freedom, my bro went to his weekly guys night and David and I ended up eating dinner at Waffle House.

Towards the end of dinner, we were like, "I kind of feel like drinking..." Then we were like, we should hit up Alec since he likes to drink and helps us choose new types of beers to try. We ended up texting the whole crew to see if they wanted to come over and drink. It was hilarious because everyone was at home and like, "alright, let me put some clothes on," lol. Victoria's response was the best because she was like, "You just made me reevaluate my life. I'm in a bathroom playing video games at home". XD So we ended up having a spontaneous hangout at my house on a Saturday night.

We drank a lot. Here's a pic of most of the empty bottles, lol.


The next Saturday, the group went to the Korean Festival in Atlanta, which had a lot of booths and performances going on every hour. We mainly went for the food stalls, lol. I was excited for the kimchi pancakes and shaved ice cream. There were a bunch of interesting booths set up, but the demonstrations and performances were the most interesting parts. There was a Korean wrestling tournament later in the day, which Harrison signed up for. It ended up being the highlight of the day. Unfortunately, Harrison was disqualified after his first round because his foot got cut, and he was bleeding a lot.

We left after the wrestling tournament because there wasn't anything else that interested us there and went to Super H-Mart to kill time and buy snacks and alcohol. Lol, most of the guys ended up buying soju because Alec was a big fan of them and convince them that they were really good. We were killing time because we wanted to go to this Japanese buffet called Nori Nori, which opened at 6. Most of the food was really good; they had a huge sushi section and green tea ice cream! I just didn't realize how expensive it was, lol.

After dinner, we drove back to Harrison's place and drank the soju and hungout until late like usual. Mikey and I realized that we didn't like the taste of most of the soju we got without Alec putting in some yogurt drinks to help dilute the flavor.

The next week, I finally got a haircut again. It turned out that my usual barber moved out of state, so I had to get someone else. I just told her to do whatever she wanted, so she made this flower, which I liked.


It was David's birthday the next week, so he invited me to go out for dinner with him and his family. We went to Thai Pepper, which is always a good choice. Lol, it was funny when his mom brought out his birthday cake, and we realized that she hadn't brought enough candles, so David was technically 12 or something.

That weekend, the whole family came up to stay at Michelle and Kyle's place since our parents had to go to two back-to-back weddings. While the parents went to one wedding Saturday night, the rest of us went to the mall because Michelle needed to get a gummy bear refill at this candy shop there. They gave a lot of free samples; it was really nice. We looked around the mall for a while and then got dinner at Takorea at a different location than the one I'm used to.

The next day, our parents treated us out to hotpot at I Luv Hotpot, since our mom wanted dad to try it out. Then they went to their friend's house to prepare for the wedding, and we went to KungFu Tea, since Brian said that he wanted to try it since a lot of his friends said that it's really good. We went to Second & Charles to sell my books and got dinner at Mod Pizza, a place that both Michelle and Megan have been telling me to try for a while now. It was really good, and I liked that you got to basically put whatever you wanted on your pizza for no extra cost.

The next Friday, my friends and I left for Chattanooga, Tennessee to celebrate Victoria's birthday since she wanted to go spelunking for her birthday. We had rented out this house, which was really cool (literally, we never touched the thermostat, so it was always cold, lol) and had a nice kitchen. After eating lunch at this Mexican restaurant, we walked around the town for a bit and got smoothies and groceries.

Then we drove up a mountain to go to Rock City, which is one of the most popular attractions in Chattanooga. Ironically, it's actually in Georgia; we were surprised when our GPS told us "Welcome to Georgia" when we were halfway up the mountain. It had a lot of really cool sights. I really liked the parts where you basically had to squeeze yourself between the rocks to get to the other side, lol. I loved this one part with the wooden bridge you had to walk across that swung with any type of pressure on it just like in the movies.


There was this one part called Lover's Leap, which basically was a little ledge off of part of the cliff where you have a great view of everything down below you. Mikey is scared of heights and doesn't even like having his friends too close to the edge. We had to basically pull him onto the ledge because he didn't want to get on it, lol. So what do David and I do? We get his attention and pretend to leap off of the railing just to freak him out, lol.


After that, we went to this haunted house, which was really fun. I kept on jumping at the jump scares, lol. Then we finally went back to the house and Harrison made dinner. Everyone was really tired from the drive and all of the stuff we did during the day, so we went to bed somewhat early. I mean, I haven't slept at 11pm in a long time; I usually sleep at 2 nowadays.

The next day, after a quick breakfast, everyone but David and me went to go to see another attraction. I didn't want to go because I wasn't that interested and wanted to save money, lol. Instead, David and I ended up taking a long nap and then showering afterwards. By that time, Mikey and Alyssa came back from the attraction since they weren't going spelunking later. Lol, they said that we didn't miss much because it was raining the whole time, so they had to walk in the rain for most of the trip.

We went to eat at this vegan place for lunch, which was pretty good. They had cupcakes for dessert, and they were soo good! Afterwards, we went to this mall which had 4.5 stars and like 200 reviews, so we were expecting it to be great, but it was kind of a let down. While we were waiting for Auntie Ann's to make my pretzel, Mikey looked up another mall which had like 2,000 reviews, and we were all like, how come we didn't see mall the last time we looked them up?! So we ended up driving 15 minutes to get to that mall, and it was completely better, lol. And a lot bigger. I think it was around the same size as the Perimeter Mall in Atlanta? We didn't make it too far in the mall to explore everything, because we all got sucked into Barnes and Nobles, lol.

By then, it was five and the spelunking group was heading back to the house, so we started heading back as well. After dinner, we started drinking and playing card games like Exploding Kittens and What Do You Meme, which were hilarious. Then Victoria broke out her chess set to play drunk chess, and the rest of us played board games for a while. Then we stayed up and watched Insidious and Insidious 2 until.

The next day, we packed up and ate all of the leftovers before heading back home. David and I ended up staying at Harrison's place afterwards to go grocery shopping with him since we had nothing better to do, lol.

The next weekend was my birthday, and I've been really excited to watch the new Jackie Chan movie that came out recently, so we all went to go watch The Foreigner, which was pretty good. I can't believe how old he's gotten.

I also bought a lot of candy days beforehand to share in the movie theater because my sister made me realize that there were all of these new candy flavors that we'd never even heard of, let alone try, so I was like, why not make all of my friends have diabetes with me for my birthday and bought a whole bunch of candy for us to try, lol. I wish I took a pic of the whole stash I bought, because it was huge.


After the movie, we went to a Mexican restaurant nearby, since some of my friends were hungry. Jerry and Alec got the waitresses and waiters to sing me happy birthday and got me a tequila shot, lol. All in all, not a bad birthday.

The next week, on Veterans Day, I was hanging out with David, and we had another "I kind of want to drink..." moment during the end of dinner at his house, so we called up the group to see who was available again and got ready to go drink at Harrison's place. Lol, last time and that time we had the spontaneous drinking hangout, Jerry couldn't make it because he had work the next day, so he was complaining about it to Mikey after we got off of the phone with him.

We hungout, drank, watch Iron Chef, and played drunk board games. Lol, David and Harrison got so drunk, it was great. Somehow we all ended up cuddled on the couch and passed out for a bit. Kim took a pic of us as proof that she was the only one awake. It was great, lol.

The next Tuesday, Alec invited us to superhero trivia at this bar clothes to my house, so I went. It made me realize that I don't know much about superheroes, lol. But I did get to try this pineapple cider, which was really good!

Then, this past Saturday, we went to go watch Thor at the movie theaters as a group. David and I had already watched it the week before, but we flipped a coin and it told us to go to the movies again, lol. Then, after the movie was over, Mikey was like, "Do you guys want to watch Justice League? It starts in 15 minutes!" so we were like, why not and paid for our tickets to go watch it. By the time we got out, it was 11:30, and we were starving, so we went to Waffle House for hashbrowns. We ended up running into some of the movie theater workers there, lol.

But yeah, that's what's been happening these past two months! I'm having midnight friendsgiving with my high school friends on Wednesday, so I'm looking forward to that, since I haven't seen most of them since my sis's wedding.

Friday, November 10, 2017

Book Unhaul (9)

All of these books were sold or put in the Free Pile at Second & Charle's, a used bookstore in Kennesaw. My family went up to visit and spend the night at my sis and bro-in-law's house a couple weekends ago since our parents had to go to two weddings that weekend. I gave the books to my sis to sell them to Second and Charle's when they had the chance/sold them while we were up there.


Such a Rush by Jennifer Echols
While We Run by Karen Healey (ARC)
Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry
The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger
Forsaken by Lisa M. Stasse
Storm by Brigid Kemmerer
Spark by Brigid Kemmerer
Looking for Alaska by John Green
Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier (ARC)

Monday, November 6, 2017

Books I Want to Read This Month

I managed to read two books off of this list last month! Thank you internet outage for finally making me pick up those books and finally finish reading them, lol.
  1. The Vegetarian by Han Kang
  2. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
  3. Captive Prince by C.S. Pacat
  4. Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls In a Dungeon? vol. 9 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
  5. Overlord vol. 1: The Undead King by Kugane Maruyama & So-Bin
  6. Seraph of the End vol. 1 by Takaya Kagami & Yamato Yamamoto
  7. Seige and Storm by Leigh Bardugo
  8. Night Sky with Exit Wounds by Ocean Vuong
  9. The Princess Saves Herself in This One by Amanda Lovelace
  10. Never Fade by Alexandria Bracken
  11. Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari
  12. A Midsummer's Nightmare by Kody Kepplinger
  13. Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
  14. Brave by Svetlana Chmakova
  15. The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

Sunday, November 5, 2017

October in Retrospect

October passed by in a flash! A lot of stuff happened, and I've been too preoccupied to find the time to blog about them, but hopefully I'll get to it soon!

I'm happy to say that I finally read some books! Like, a lot of books even if all but one of them are considered light novels and were pretty fast reads. I managed to whittle down my TBR pile at least that much, which is definitely an improvement compared to most of this year, lol.

I also watched a bunch of scary movies with my friends this month because, ya know, Halloween and stuff, which was really fun. I usually need to be in a certain mood to watch scary movies because it's not my preferred genre, but I was totally down for being scared because my friends and I have hilarious reactions to scary movies.

I read:
  • Big Mushy Happy Lump by Sarah Andersen
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? vol. 1 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? vol. 2 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? vol. 3 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? vol. 4 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? vol. 5 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? vol. 6 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? vol. 7 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? vol. 8 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda

I watched:
  • First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers (2017)
  • It: Part 1 (1990)
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?: Sword Oratoria (2017)
  • The Conjuring (2013)
  • The East (2013)
  • Castlevania (2017)
  • Insidious (2010)
  • Insidious: Chapter 2 (2013)

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Uncluttering My Room

While watching YouTube the other day, I somehow ended up watching some YouTubers' uncluttering videos where they cleaned out all of their makeup and closets. Watching those videos, seeing these girls get rid of massive piles of clothes and have a reorganized closet, really motivated me to clean out my closet yet again.

Here's one of the uncluttering videos. This is actually the first video of her decluttering her closet. There's a second one afterwards, but you don't need to watch it to get the gist of it.



I've cleaned out my closet a couple of times since this summer where I was casually find some clothes that I did not want to wear anymore, but I've never done a such a clean out where I took out the entire contents of my closet and drawers to completely start over like how the YouTubers did. Doing that definitely helped make me reorganize my closet into something neater. That and having my bf there also helped me decisively pick which clothes to keep and which to let go.

I wish I took a pic before I started cleaning up, lol. All I have are after pictures. Unfortunately, my closet actually doesn't look that much different from before. -__-" It still looks like I have a lot of clothes, which isn't wrong... Lol, I still couldn't clear out enough space to put my workout clothes anywhere, so they're still stuck on the ground.

But I did manage to get rid of quite a bit of clothes! There should be a couple more things in this pile, but I already gave some sweaters and pants to my mom, and one of my bro's friends is coming over eventually to look through the pile to see if she wants anything. The rest is going to Goodwill.

As you can see in the previous pics, I have some piles of TBR books in my closet, so I actually ended up getting rid of some more books and putting some more books in my while reorganizing my closet. This is because I had some TBR books underneath my bed for the past couple of months that I usually forgot that I owned since they were out of sight, out of mind.

I'll make another post of all of the books I'm getting rid of soon. I can't believe I already made a book unhaul post not too long ago, and I already need to make another one. I just own too many books that I'm never going to get around to reading, and I'm finally getting around to admit it, lol.

But yeah, uncluttering my closet felt really good. I've been trying to convince David to let me help him unclutter his closet as well, but he keeps on saying that he's too lazy, lol. I just want to help people unclutter their closets now because getting rid of unnecessary stuff feels really nice!

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Cover Lover 53

I haven't done one of these in a long time. I almost completely forgot about it! However, I've been reading a lot lately (I know! I've been reading actual books instead of online manga, lol), and I remembered about my love for book covers! These covers are actually old now, but I still really like them! Ugh, I wish I was this good at design, lol.

I found this website called Creative Market which has a Free Goods section which gives you free designs from patterns to typography to themes to illustrations every week. Every week, they offer up to nine free goods that you can download. Although you have to be a paid member to get all nine free goods, six of them are still free for nonpaying members, which is more than enough to keep you satisfied in my opinion, lol.

I've been downloading the ones that I like for the past few months, and every time I see the new goods every week, I'm inspired to create and design. Then I remember that I don't have Adobe on my laptop to do anything. -__-" I really need to get at least the student version of Adobe since I can't really go to school and use their computers anymore now that I've graduated, lol. Maybe I'll do that soon!





Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Book Unhaul (8)

I was in the mood to clean again last month, so I found a lot more books that I didn't want to keep to eventually read anymore. My TBR pile is slowly but surely whittling down, lol.  


Like Mandarin by Kirsten Hubbard
Wings of the Wicked by Courtney Allison Moulton
Everneath by Brodi Ashton
Everbound by Brodi Ashton
How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff
All Unquiet Things by Anna Jarzab 
Hold Still by Nina LaCour
Dairy Queen by Catherine Gilbert Murdock
Tilt by Ellen Hopkins
Zaregoto: Book 1: The Kubikiri Cycle by Nisioisin & Take
Deception by Lee Nichols

I actually ended up giving Everneath and Everbound to Mikey since he was interested in them. He also took Tilt with him to give to one of his friends who likes poetry.

Monday, October 2, 2017

Books I Want to Read This Month

I really need to at least attempt to pick up a book this month, lol.
  1. The Vegetarian by Han Kang
  2. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
  3. Captive Prince by C.S. Pacat
  4. Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls In a Dungeon? vol. 1 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
  5. Overlord vol. 1: The Undead King by Kugane Maruyama & So-Bin
  6. Seraph of the End vol. 1 by Takaya Kagami & Yamato Yamamoto
  7. Seige and Storm by Leigh Bardugo
  8. Big Mushy Happy Lump by Sarah Andersen
  9. Night Sky with Exit Wounds by Ocean Vuong
  10. The Princess Saves Herself in This One by Amanda Lovelace
  11. Never Fade by Alexandria Bracken
  12. Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari
  13. Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
  14. Brave by Svetlana Chmakova
  15. The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

Sunday, October 1, 2017

September in Retrospect

I definitely watched a lot of movies this month, lol. But I also finished watching two anime series that I've been keeping up with all summer as well! What am I going to look forward to watching every Saturday now?!

I read:
  • QQ Sweeper vol. 1 by Kyousuke Motomi
  • QQ Sweeper vol. 2 by Kyousuke Motomi
  • QQ Sweeper vol. 3 by Kyousuke Motomi
  • Love So Life vol. 1 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 2 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 3 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 4 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 5 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 6 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 7 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 8 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 9 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 10 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 11 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 12 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 13 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 14 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 15 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 16 by Kaede Kouchi
  • Love So Life vol. 17 by Kaede Kouchi

I watched:
  • Death Note (2017)
  • Get Out (2017)
  • Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates (2016)
  • Sisters (2015)
  • The Hundred-Foot Journey (2014)
  • Riverdale Season 1 (2017)
  • Sword Art Online: Ordinal Scale (2017)
  • Kuroke no Basket: Last Game (2017)
  • Hitorijime no Hero (2017)
  • It (2017)
  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017)
  • My Hero Academia Season 2 (2017)

Friday, September 29, 2017

Weekly Haul (98)

There were a lot of used books on sale at Second and Charles when I was up in Kennesaw, and since I already had store credit from previous transactions, I basically got the DanMachi series for free, lol. The other two books were preorders that I made earlier this year. I still can't get over how shiny and pretty Jane, Unlimited looks!


Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore
The Female of the Species by Mindy McGinnis
Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon vol. 4 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon vol. 5 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon vol. 6 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon vol. 7 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon vol. 8 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Dinners, Concerts, Trips, Moving, Birthdays, and Movies!

This has been a pretty exciting month! There was a lot going on, and I still can't get over some of it, lol. This month has really flown by...

Earlier this month, Mikey's mom invited us over to eat curry. This is because one time when Harrison and I were over, I told her that Harrison wanted to try her curry, so two weeks later, she invited us all over. However, instead of just making a giant pot of curry, she also made wings and egg rolls. There was so much food that we got full really quickly. There were so much leftovers that she gave all of us tupperware to bring home, lol.

After we ate, we went to Harrison's place to watch Get Out since there wasn't enough space in Mikey's room to watch it, lol. It was definitely up to the hype; I understood why Mikey and Jerry were scared when we went to Harrison's parent's house last month, lolol.

That next week, I drove up and spent a week in Kennesaw at Shelle and Kyle's house to go to two concerts with them. The first concert we went to was Taeyang's concert that was later that night. Our cousin, Megan, also came with us, and it was so good! He was so good live! Ugh, I still can't get over it! Megan and I were screaming every time we recognized one of his songs and kept on hoping that he would take off his shirt at some point, lol.


He sounded just like his recordings, hitting all of those high notes like it was nothing. His live band were really good on their own, and they added a rock vibe to his songs, which made them sound even better??? Although he didn't sing the full song for a lot of his songs, he sang so many of them that I was surprised that I didn't recognize only one of them!

In between a couple of songs, he would talk to the audience in English, and his English is so cute! He was so cute! Then, he sang so many songs for his encore, including some Big Bang songs like Bang Bang Bang and Fantastic Baby! Argh, it was so gooood! And the animations and videos that played in the background as he sang and in between songs was really awesome! They complemented his music really well.


That weekend, Hurricane Irma hit Florida and Georgia, so we were all checking up on everyone back down in Middle Georgia. David lost internet for a couple of days, my parents lost power at the farm for two days, and Mikey's car narrowly avoided getting hit by a giant tree limb. Other than that, we were all okay.

That Sunday, everyone came up with Mikey to go to his last practice session with Kalman Csoka before his Taekwondo tournament. Since Alec and I were already near Atlanta, we met up with them to get brunch before his appointment before going there all together. Hopefully we weren't too much of a nuisance during his practice, since there were a lot of us there joking around, lol.

Afterwards, we went to Downtown Atlanta to go to Vitality Bowls, since Mikey wanted to go there last time only for it to be closed by the time we were free. Luckily, it was open that day, so we all got smoothies, and Mikey and Victoria got a vitality bowl to share. Then we walked around for a bit and went to Blick, the art store that we usually go to when we're downtown. After that, we went to Sam Flax, this even bigger art store that Shelle showed me when she used to work at her old job. It was even bigger than I remembered, lol. I ended up getting a lot of pens because I'm a sucker for nice, fine-tipped pens, lol.

For dinner, we went to Iron Age, which was the majority of the group's first time eating KBQQ, so it was a fun experience getting everyone to try different types of meat and side dishes. We had two grills since there was so many of us, and our side ended up eating 11 different entries, lol. Harrison was super sneaky and paid for all of us while we were still eating, the jerk.

Afterwards, even though we were super full, we decided to get dessert at one of the cafes next door. We ended up trying Cafe Mango Six, which was still relatively new. Omg, I loved the place as soon as I walked in because there was so much mango flavored products, and they had a bunch fake food examples of their products, which really made me want to buy a lot of them, lol. Luckily, I was too full to order more than a mango and coconut milk drink, lol. But Victoria ordered one of the honey toast, and it was amazing. I'm definitely going to get it next time!


The next concert I went to with Shelle and Kyle was the Jon Bellion concert where Carina was also supposed to come with, but she had to call it off because of work, which sucked. But the concert was also really good! We just weren't expecting to have so many opening acts, lol. They were all pretty good, but Jon Bellion was definitely the best one of the night. He told us that he believed live concerts should be an opportunity to sound different from recordings, so all of the songs he performed had a different vibe or remix to make them sound even better. Like, iRobot was so good remixed; I wished that it was also available on Spotify or something, lol.

I went home the next day, and the next Friday (this past Friday), we celebrated Jerry and Alec's birthday, since their birthdays are right next to each other. We had a potluck, so it was interesting to try all of our food and goof off. Jerry made meatballs, so we all made a lot of balls jokes, lol. We also watched a lot of Gordan Ramsey videos where he yelled at incompetent chefs and Hotel Hell, lol.

The next day, Harrison and I helped Mikey move the last of his uncle's stuff out of his apartment. Harrison and David moved the majority of his stuff last weekend, so this move was more to just throw away the rest of his stuff that he didn't need. God, his uncle had this one probably leather rolling chair that was so old and sticky that it was disgusting to touch and fell apart after it was moved downstairs. Thank god he was throwing that away, lol.

Afterwards, we went to Sushi Thai for dinner, and Mikey and I got to watch Harrison slowly become drunk since he ordered two large sakes and one small sake before ending the night with another large sake. He actually ordered a small sake at the end, but Josh, our waiter and somewhat friend, ended up charging him for a small and gave him a large. Lol, we got Josh to take a shot with Harrison because of that.

The next night, we all met up again to go watch IT. It was hilarious because Alec hates scary movies, Victoria also gets scared during scary movies, and I jump during jump scares and the like, and we were all sitting next to each other. Lol, Alec progressively slumped down in his chair throughout the whole night to the point that he was basically parallel with his seat and kept on saying that he hated us for watching this movie.

And today, I'm going to grab dinner and hangout with Cam! I haven't seen him in months! It'll be good to catch up, especially since he got a new boyfriend and has been pretty happy about it according to his snapchats, lol.

So yeah, this has been a pretty eventful month! I'm really glad that I got to experience all of these crazy fun things with all of my family and friends. :)

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Book Unhaul (7)

Just clearing out my bookshelves again. I read Shiver and the first two books in the Paranormalcy trilogy, but it's been so long since I read them that I barely remember what happened, and I don't feel like rereading them anymore. I've lost my interest. 

I will probably donate these books to the library when I remember to go. Right now, they're just in a box full of last month's book unhaul collecting dust.


Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater
Linger by Maggie Stiefvater
Forever by Maggie Stiefvater
Paranormalcy by Kiersten White
Supernaturally by Kiersten White
Endlessly by Kiersten White

Monday, September 4, 2017

Books I Want to Read This Month

I've just been reading manga these past few months, but I really need to start reading some actual books, especially since I'm trying to cut down on books so that it'll be easier to pack once I move.
  1. The Vegetarian by Han Kang
  2. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
  3. Captive Prince by C.S. Pacat
  4. Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? vol. 1 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
  5. Overlord vol. 1: The Undead King by Kugane Maruyama & So-Bin
  6. Seraph of the End vol. 1 by Takaya Kagami & Yamato Yamamoto
  7. Seige and Storm by Leigh Bardugo
  8. The Battle of the Labyrinth by Rick Riordan
  9. Night Sky with Exit Wounds by Ocean Vuong
  10. The Princess Saves Herself in This One by Amanda Lovelace
  11. Big Mushy Happy Lump by Sarah Andersen
  12. Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari
  13. Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
  14. Brave by Svetlana Chmakova
  15. The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

Friday, September 1, 2017

August in Retrospect

I managed to read and watch a lot of stuff this month. Probably because I have been procrastinating on finding a job, lol. I'm just so unmotivated. 

I read:
  • Hirunaka no Ryuusei vol. 1 by Yamamori Mika
  • Hirunaka no Ryuusei vol. 2 by Yamamori Mika
  • Hirunaka no Ryuusei vol. 3 by Yamamori Mika
  • Hirunaka no Ryuusei vol. 4 by Yamamori Mika
  • Hirunaka no Ryuusei vol. 5 by Yamamori Mika
  • Hirunaka no Ryuusei vol. 6 by Yamamori Mika
  • Hirunaka no Ryuusei vol. 7 by Yamamori Mika
  • Hirunaka no Ryuusei vol. 8 by Yamamori Mika
  • Hirunaka no Ryuusei vol. 9 by Yamamori Mika
  • Hirunaka no Ryuusei vol. 10 by Yamamori Mika
  • Hirunaka no Ryuusei vol. 11 by Yamamori Mika
  • Hirunaka no Ryuusei vol. 12 by Yamamori Mika

I watched:
  • Sekai Ichi Hatsuoki 2 (2011)
  • Ip Man 3 (2015)
  • Kung Fu Killer (2014)
  • Sekai Ichi Hatsuoki Movie: Yokozawa Takafumi no Baai (2014)
  • The Boy and His Beast (2015)
  • 07 Ghost (2009)
  • Bleach Season One (2004)
  • Bleach Season Two (2005)
  • Bleach Season Three (2005)
  • Railroad Tigers (2016)

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Weekly Haul (97)

I did so well the other month when I only bought two books, so go figure that I would end up buying so many books this past month. To be fair, Barnes and Nobles had a sale, which was why I bought so many, lol.


Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? vol. 1 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? vol. 2 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? vol. 3 by Fujino Omori & Suzuhito Yasuda
No Game, No Life vol. 1 by Yuu Kamiya
No Game, No Life vol. 2 by Yuu Kamiya
Goblin Slayer vol. 1 by Kumo Kagyu & Noboru Kannatuki

Monday, August 28, 2017

Trips, anniversaries, packing, and almost breakups

A lot's happened this past month. Really good stuff in the beginning, but then sad stuff towards the middle, and now it's getting better towards the end.

The day after I finished my exit exam for grad school, meaning that I completely finished grad school now, our group of friends spent the weekend at Harrison's parents' house in Newnan, GA. It was hilarious and fun because none of us realized just how rich his parents are, so their ginormous house completely surprised us and also scared Mikey and Jerry because of how dark and scary it could be at night when hardly any lights were on, lol. Like, it took me a while to understand the layout of the house because it was so large and had many interconnecting areas. Harrison played as our tour guide, so we got to explore a lot downtown and had mini photo sessions because Carina brought her camera!

Two days after we came back from Newnan, David and I went to Jekyll Island for our three year anniversary. I wanted to go there because I saw how awesome Driftwood Beach looked, so we book a hotel that was right next to it. The hotel itself had a pretty cool setup, because it wasn't just one building like most hotels; it was a bunch of smaller buildings that only held four rooms total. We went to the beach a lot and ended up exploring St. Simon's as well after we ate at this awesome breakfast place over there, which was cool. One of my classmates recommended to eat at Driftwood Bistro, which was located at our hotel, and it was amazing. Definitely recommended, lol.


On the drive back home from Jekyll Island, we stopped by Savannah for lunch and to explore a little bit since David had never been there before. Of course we had to stop by River Street Sweets to get pralines, because they're so unhealthily good, lol. The place we got lunch at was really good, too, though; they even make their own bread for their sandwiches! I wish I could remember the name of it, lol.


The Saturday that we came back from our anniversary trip, we all went to help Mikey and his mom pack and move to their new house, which took forever since they have a lot of stuff. Basically his mom is a hoarder; it's really hard for her to throw stuff away. They had three trips with the rented U-Haul, and there was still stuff that was left at their old house. It's been three weeks since they moved to their new house, and they're probably only halfway done upacking, lol.

But that morning, David's aunt asked him a favor and he accidentally agreed to it and then told her that he would ask me for my opinion first. When he told me about it, I couldn't believe that his aunt would ask this of him. I eventually told him my answer, and he told his aunt no, and she was okay with it. However, the more I thought about it, the more upset and confused I became, so I kind of ignored it and continued to help pack and stuff until later that night when I could talk it out with Shelle and Kyle, and I got super upset to the point that I thought that breaking up would be the best option. I didn't want to make any hasty decisions, so I texted David my questions about the situation that night, but he was already asleep, so he didn't answer it until the next morning. We basically texted the whole time about the issue that day until he just stopped answering after I said something about his insecurity being a problem. 

Our friends had already planned on having dinner at Harrison's apartment since Alec wanted to cook chicken adobe for us, and David didn't show up. I kind of didn't expect him to anyway, but it was good to take my mind off of our issue and just have fun with everyone else for a bit. But I eventually told them about thinking about breaking up because they were wondering where David was, so they told me the same thing that I was already thinking, which was to take some time to think things over since I'm still really emotional about it. 

The next day, David asked to see me and see where we stood in our relationship, and I had to tell him the same thing: I needed more time to think because I wasn't thinking rationally. We had a long, difficult talk that day, which didn't leave me with any answers either. I then spent the week thinking about the problem and then trying not to think about the problem and then talking to Mikey and Meethu about the problem and then having a talk with David's aunt because she heard about the situation and then finally came up with an answer. 

Ironically enough, when I was debating on contacting David to tell him my answer or waiting for another day or two, he texted me to see if he could see me today since he missed me. So we talked it out and decided to stay together and try to work it out together, but it wasn't easy. We couldn't go back to how it was before. I mean, I couldn't even kiss him on the mouth that day we made up. But it's gotten better lately. There's still issues, but there's always going to be issues, and I'm still trying to figure out if I'm handling it the best way possible, because I have no fucking clue what I'm doing anymore. 

But yeah, that's why I haven't been posting much lately. I was too sad and unmotivated for a while there. Then I didn't want to talk about it for a while because I felt like I talked about it enough with so many people already. I don't know if I made the best decision, but we'll find out. 

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Book Unhaul (6)

I looked around my room and remembered that I actually own a lot of manga and manhwa, lol. I decided to get rid of some of the series that I'm no longer interested in, which are definitely older and lesser known titles at this point.


Magical JxR vol. 1 by Lee Sun-Young
Magical JxR vol. 2 by Lee Sun-Young
Pig Bride vol. 1 by Kookhwa Huh & SuJin Kim
Pig Bride vol. 2 by Kookhwa Huh & SuJin Kim
Shiki Tsukai vol. 1 by To-Ru Zekuu & Yuna Takanagi
Shiki Tsukai vol. 2 by To-Ru Zekuu & Yuna Takanagi
Shiki Tsukai vol. 3 by To-Ru Zekuu & Yuna Takanagi
Shiki Tsukai vol. 4 by To-Ru Zekuu & Yuna Takanagi

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Books I Want to Read This Month

Welp, I totally failed at reading any physical books last month. However, I'm officially done with school, which means that I will have time to read in between job hunting, lol.
  1. The Vegetarian by Han Kang
  2. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
  3. Captive Prince by C.S. Pacat
  4. Perchance to Dream by Lisa Mantchev
  5. Overlord vol. 1: The Undead King by Kugane Maruyama & So-Bin
  6. Seraph of the End vol. 1 by Takaya Kagami & Yamato Yamamoto
  7. Seige and Storm by Leigh Bardugo
  8. The Battle of the Labyrinth by Rick Riordan
  9. Night Sky with Exit Wounds by Ocean Vuong
  10. The Princess Saves Herself in This One by Amanda Lovelace
  11. Never Fade by Alexandria Bracken
  12. Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari
  13. Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
  14. Brave by Svetlana Chmakova
  15. The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

Friday, August 4, 2017

July in Retrospect

It's been a busy month. I managed to read some manga and watch a lot of anime in between finals and projects and going everywhere. Lol, I'm still recovering from all of my recent trips. I just came back with David from Jekyll Island yesterday, and things are already busy for the next couple of days. 

I read:
  • That Wolf-Boy is Mine! vol. 1 by Yoko Nogiri
  • That Wolf-Boy is Mine! vol. 2 by Yoko Nogiri
  • That Wolf-Boy is Mine! vol. 3 by Yoko Nogiri
  • That Wolf-Boy is Mine! vol. 4 by Yoko Nogiri
  • The King's Avatar vol. 7: Deception by Hu Dielan

I watched:
  • This Boy is a Professional Wizard (2016)
  • This Boy Caught a Merman (2012)
  • Spiderman: Homecoming (2017)
  • Super Lovers (2016)
  • Super Lovers 2 (2017)
  • Hakkenden: Touhou Hakken Ibun Season 1 (2013)
  • Hakkenden: Touhou Hakken Ibun Season 2 (2013)
  • Junjou Romantica (2008)
  • Junjou Romantica 2 (2008)
  • Junjou Romantica 3 (2015)
  • Sekai Ichi Hatsuoki (2011)
  • Ip Man (2008)
  • Ip Man 2 (2010)

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

My Last Finals Week Ever

It's been a busy semester, but the time has come, the end is near, I can see the light at the end of the tunnel, etc, lol. It's finals week! My last finals week of graduate school! I just finished my finance final, and I have my Capstone final tomorrow and an exit exam on Friday, and then I'm home freeeee.

I can't believe it's almost over. I thought that walking in May was a great experience, but to know that I'm finally going to be done with school is a whole new level of happiness. And anxiety. I have to start job hunting now. 

Honestly, I should have started a month ago, but I've been pushing it back because of how busy I've been. However, we're planning on going to Harrison's parents' house in Newnan this weekend, and then David and I are going to Jekyll Island next week to celebrate our 3 year anniversary, so I don't think I'll start job hunting until after everything settles down. 

But yeah, I really do need to get a job. I just spent $150 on tickets for a Taeyang concert (who ever thought that he'd come to GA), and I'm going on so many trips, that I need to start making some money to afford everything. 

Anyway, I just wanted to do a little update since the past few weeks have been busy and next week will be busy as well. 

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Weekly Haul (96)

I managed to calm myself down and only bought two books this past month, lol. However, I made a big order online at Barnes and Noble the other day because there was a sale going on...


Bought:
Carry On by Rainbow Rowell
Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia

In other news, I feel like I'm dying. I couldn't fall asleep until four this morning... I think it was both because I was thinking/worrying about the future and because I really want to finish watching this anime, lol.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Book Unhaul (5)

I feel like this is becoming a weekly thing where every weekend, I look over my shelves and start questioning if I will ever reread or read any of these books on my bookshelves when I'm bored in the middle of the night, lol. They start accumulating after a while...


The Unidentified by Rae Mariz
Delirium by Lauren Oliver
The Disenchantments by Nina LaCour
Darkness Becomes Her by Kelly Keaton
Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler & Maira Kalman
Cloaked by Alex Finn
Two-Way Street by Lauren Barnholdt
Coffeehouse Angel by Suzanne Selfors
Beastly by Alex Finn
Up All Night: A Short Story Collection Edited by Laura Geringer

I haven't decided yet if I'm going to donate them to the library or wait and sell them to Second & Charles for actual money.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Books I Want to Read This Month

I can't believe half of the year is already over. Where did the time go? And yet, no matter how much free time I have, I've really been slacking on reading physical books lately, lol.
  1. The Vegetarian by Han Kang
  2. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
  3. Captive Prince by C.S. Pacat
  4. Perchance to Dream by Lisa Mantchev
  5. A Midsummer Nightmare by Kody Keplinger
  6. Seraph of the End vol. 1 by Takaya Kagami & Yamato Yamamoto
  7. Seige and Storm by Leigh Bardugo
  8. The Battle of the Labyrinth by Rick Riordan
  9. Night Sky with Exit Wounds by Ocean Vuong
  10. The Princess Saves Herself in This One by Amanda Lovelace
  11. Never Fade by Alexandria Bracken
  12. Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari
  13. Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
  14. Brave by Svetlana Chmakova
  15. The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

Saturday, July 1, 2017

June in Retrospect

Finally reading something other than just manga, but it's a translated Chinese series, lol. I definitely watched a lot of anime this month, too. -__-"

I read:

  • Classi9 vol. 1 by Yoshimura Tsumuji
  • Classi9 vol. 2 by Yoshimura Tsumuji
  • Classi9 vol. 3 by Yoshimura Tsumuji
  • Classi9 vol. 4 by Yoshimura Tsumuji
  • Classi9 vol. 5 by Yoshimura Tsumuji
  • The King's Avatar vol. 1: The Banished Battle God by Hu Dielan
  • The King's Avatar vol. 2: The Beginnings of the Thousand Chance Umbrella by Hu Dielan
  • The King's Avatar vol. 3: A Stormy Situation by Hu Dielan
  • The King's Avatar vol. 4: Pursuit by Hu Dielan
  • The King's Avatar vol. 5: Ace Showdown by Hu Dielan
  • The King's Avatar vol. 6: Heavenly Domain by Hu Dielan

I watched:

  • Justice League Dark (2017)
  • Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (2017)
  • Bungou Stray Dogs Season 2 (2016)
  • Gangsta. (2015)
  • Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers (2015)
  • The King's Avatar (2017)
  • Quanzhi Fashi Season 1 (2016)
  • Blame! (2017)
  • Kenka Banchou Otome: Girl Beats Boys (2017)

Friday, June 30, 2017

Haircut, Lake House Trip, Food With Friends, Puppy, Wonder Woman, & Birthday Party!

It's been a pretty busy month! Haircuts, lake houses, going out to eat with everyone, puppies, movies, and a birthday party... My weekends were definitely packed.

I finally got a haircut at the beginning of the month! I've been saying for months that I wanted to get an undercut, so I finally did it! I booked an appointment the day of, and finally got a haircut and a trim, since it had been a year since I last got a haircut, lol. I showed my mom and she hated it. It was great watching her reaction, lol.

My friends and I spent the first weekend of June at David's aunt and uncle's rental lake house, which was hilariously fun. Lol, due to everyone's crazy schedules, we had planned this trip two months in advance, so I'm glad everything went fine. Man, there were so many jokes and pranks during that trip, I can't believe was only three weeks ago!

The best parts were Harrison constantly mooning Jerry, becoming enemies with everyone playing Uno, Kim escaping Alec through the window in her room, Alec unscrewing the doorknob to Kim's room to get inside and bother her some more, watching Teen Titans: The Judas Contract and coming up with Daddy Deathstroke, watching drunk Harrison and drunk Victoria play chess, and eating Harrison and Alec's awesome cooking.

It was definitely relaxing and fun, and I can't wait to do another trip like this with everyone. Luckily I won't have to wait that long since we made plans to visit Harrison's hometown during the first weekend of August. He's told us that the town really supports artists, so there's artwork everywhere downtown, which I'm excited to see. 

I definitely ate out a lot this month. Two weeks ago, Alec randomly decided to see if we wanted to get dinner that night, so I decided to go since it was right after I finished my class that night. It turned out that he was going to the Philippines the next day, so we ate at Buffalo Wild Wings and hungout for a bit. We also ate out again when he came back last week. Lol, there was a miscommunication problem, so Mikey and Victoria actually went to a different sushi restaurant than the one the rest of us went to. 

David's older sis and her boyfriend were fostering the most adorable puppy for two weeks while her boyfriend's dad built a dog house for him at their house. His name is Hercules, and he is the most adorable, obedient, sleepy puppy I've ever met! He's so cute, and he loves to be around people and take naps next to you, and ugh. I wanted to steal him all of the time. I literally came over to their house to see and play with him in addition to seeing David, lol.

Jerry even came over to see Hercules at one point because we kept on sending him cute snaps of the puppy. David's mom had planned on taking their whole family out to dinner, and because Jerry and I were there, we ended up going to get Thai with them, too, lol. It was really funny when I realized that the only single people there (Kim and Jerry) ended up sitting next to each other, so our whole table was coupled up.

We also went to watch Wonder Woman as a group a few weeks ago. It was awesome! We all liked it except for one part near the end about the power of love, lol. Knowing us, we ended up staying in the lobby until 11:30 that night, but instead of leaving while they were closing up, we stayed outside talking for another hour, lol.

The other weekend, Jackie held a joint birthday party with one of her roommates since they had the same birthday, so Meethu, David, Shanice, and I came to celebrate it with her. Lol, it was the first time we had ever seen Jackie drunk, so it was pretty funny. She eventually got into a fight with her boyfriend, so we spent a large part of the night taking care of her, since she was so wasted, but it was still pretty funny because drunk Jackie is even sassier than normal Jackie. XD

But yeah, this month has been pretty busy with everything going on and working out and classes. Definitely an enjoyable summer so far, lol. And tomorrow, we're all going out to Alec's house for a BBQ and fireworks for Fourth of July! :D