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

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Book Unhaul (4)

I've been combing through my bookshelves and TBR piles lately and found some more books that I lost interest in or have no interest in rereading again. The Tae Kwon Do school that I workout at is helping out a local church by donating books and canned food, so I donated these books to for the cause.


A Brief History of Montmary by Michelle Cooper
Liar by Justine Larbalestier
Dearly Departed by Lia Habel
Winter Town by Stephen Emond
Bitten by Kelley Armstrong
Wither by Lauren DeStefano

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Shows I'm Currently Watching: My Hero Academia, Fukumenkei Noise, The King's Avatar, Kenka Banchou Otome: Girl Beats Boys, Sherlock

Normally, I'm the type of person who watches anime after the season is already completed, but somehow, I've gotten into watching four anime this season and have been keeping up with them every week for the past month or so. All I know is that it all started with me wanting to watch My Hero Academia every week since I had already read the manga months ago. Then I kept on getting interested in other anime as they came out, and here I am, keeping up with four different series every week while binge watching completed series in between them all.

CURRENTLY WATCHING:


It's as good as the manga that's for sure. This anime is really good at building up the tension and then ending on an epic cliffhanger that makes you burn in anticipation for the next episode. Now I remember how I sped through the first season so quickly--those cliffhangers killed me! I had to immediately go to the next episode! Lol, I feel like I am I even more impatient for the next episode since I already know what's going to happen next.


The main character definitely has a one-tracked mind, which doesn't maker her as likeable because she's so focused on finding her long-lost friend that she basically becomes insensitive to the people around her most of the time. That, and it messes with her emotions so bad that she creates bad situations for the people around her. I'm not super into this anime and am a few episodes behind, but I still want to continue it to see what happens, lol.


This is actually a Chinese MMORPG based anime that my bro told me about. It's a little confusing because there's so many characters introduced in most episodes, but the fight scenes are cool, and I like how unflappable the main character is. The anime's based off of a light novel series with the same name, which gives a lot more info about the plot compared to the anime. I think there's only one or two more episodes left of the season, so I might start reading the online translations of the novels after the anime is over.


This is an 8-minute episode anime that's based off of a dating game with the same name that was probably made to promote the international release of the game. It has gender bender and martial arts/fighting, which grabbed my attention, lol. Overall, it's pretty entertaining for such short episodes. I just wished that the episodes were longer.


The newest season was finally added onto Netflix, so I started watching it. The ending of the first episode shocked me so much that I haven't brought myself to watch the last episode yet, lol. That, and I haven't had much time for myself to basically watch a movie, lol.

FINISHED WATCHING:


One of the protagonists is a badass deaf samurai. Enough said. It's violent and interesting and heartbreaking learning about people's histories, and the soundtrack is awesome! Definitely give it a watch.


This is more of a who-did-it mystery set in a fantasy adventure setting. I liked the art and character designs for the most part, which initially grabbed my attention. It was also fun trying to figure out who the traitor was, but that ending killed me. Like, wtf?! This anime is also based on a light novel series, with the anime based off of the first book. A lot of people who read the books said that the second novel is better, so I'm tempted to read the series now and figure out what is going on, lol.


I think the English translation for this is called Full Time Magister. This is a Chinese anime that I started watching mainly because I really liked The King's Avatar and was curious about what other Chinese anime was like. Unfortunately, this anime was pretty subpar, especially in comparison to The King's Avatar and Japanese anime in general. Even though this anime only came out last year, the difference in quality was astounding. In general, the anime reminded me of early '90s anime in terms of exposition, voice acting, comedic humor, and action scenes. Man, the action scenes were pretty disappointing; they were slow, the animation didn't make it look exciting, and I felt like the amount of time it took for the characters to talk lessoned the tension. Also, I felt like everything was too convenient for the protagonist, which made everything less interesting.

But, I did watch the entire season, even though it was only 10 episodes long, so what does that say about me? Lol.

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Weekly Haul (95)

I bought a bunch of books this month, and it's all pretty random, lol. Lots of poetry books, graphic novels, a manga, a light novel that my sis and bro-in-law got me, a YA book, and a book for one of my classes.


Gifted: 
Overlord, vol. 2: The Dark Warrior by Kugane Maruyama

Bought:
Giant Days vol.1 by John Allison, Lissa Treiman, & Whitney Cogar
Brave by Svetlana Chmakova
The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson
One-Punch Man by ONE & Yusuke Murata
Book of Longing by Leonard Cohen
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
The Chaos of Longing by K.Y. Robinson
Anchors & Vacancies by Kat Savage
Uncaged Wildflower by Jennae Cecilia

Friday, June 2, 2017

Books I Want to Read This Month

Last month was kind of a reading fail since I only read manga online... I've started summer classes already, but I do want to try to make time to read something this month!
  1. The Vegetarian by Han Kang
  2. Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson
  3. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
  4. Captive Prince by C.S. Pacat
  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. 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. Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
  13. Brave by Svetlana Chmakova
  14. I'll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson
  15. The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

Thursday, June 1, 2017

May in Retrospect

For some reason, I started getting into a yaoi manga mood, so I read a whole bunch of them towards the end of this month, lol. There goes my plans on reading actual physical novels this summer. However, I think that I've been feeling obligated to read books, which is making me not want to read them recently...

I read:
  • Seven Days vol. 1 by Rihito Takarai & Venio Tachibana
  • Seven Days vol. 2 by Rihito Takarai & Venio Tachibana
  • No Touching At All by Kou Yoneda
  • Even So, I Will Love You Tenderly by Kou Yoneda
  • Rutta to Kodama vol. 1 by Youko Fujitani
  • Rutta to Kodama vol. 2 by Youko Fujitani
  • Rutta to Kodama vol. 3 by Youko Fujitani

I watched:
  • B-Project: Kodou*Ambitious (2016)
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)
  • 13 Assassins (2010)
  • Bungou Stray Dogs Season 1 (2016)
  • Your Name (2016)

Friday, May 26, 2017

Book Unhaul (3)

After I finish a semester, I always end up cleaning my room, getting rid of old stuff that I don't use anymore and donating clothes and books that I don't want anymore. There were quite a few books that I felt like I wouldn't read any time soon because I lost interest in them, so I decided to donate all of these books to the library recently. However, there were a couple of that I donated that I had already read but decided to donate because I didn't want to keep them anymore; I felt no desire to want to keep them anymore since I did not want to reread them in the future.

  • Blood Ninja by Nick Lake
  • Nevermore by Kelly Creagh
  • Unearthly by Cynthia Hand
  • Hallowed by Cynthia Hand
  • Wildefire by Karsten Knight
  • Truancy by Isamu Fukui
  • Truancy Origins by Isamu Fukui
  • The Way of the Dragon by Chris Bradford
  • Glass Houses by Rachel Caine
  • The Way of the Sword by Chris Bradford
  • The Way of the Samurai by Chris Bradford

  • The Extraordinary Secrets of April, May, & June by Robin Benway
  • The Last Seer and the Tomb of Enoch by Ashland Menshouse
  • Tales of the Madman Underground by John Barnes
  • Split by Swati Avasthi
  • Psych Major Syndrome by Alicia Thompson
  • I Am J by Cris Beam
  • The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie
  • Leaving Unknown by Kerry Reichs

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

A relaxing past few weeks

It's been a relaxing past couple of weeks just chilling at home or hanging out with friends that I keep on forgetting to blog about it.

David, Alec, and I went to go watch Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 the Monday after it came out. It was so good! Less humor but more plot this time, and I was not prepared to get so many feels at the end with all of the character development, lol. However, the best part was baby Groot, lol. He was so cute and angry, lol.

Later that week, Mikey and I helped Alec make homemade gnocchi at his house as part of the dinner we were going to have later at Harrison's apartment, where we were going to swim and grill chicken and vegetables at the grills near the pool. We ran a little late making the gnocchi and grilling in general, so the sun was already setting by the time we finished eating, which made swimming pretty cold. As such, Mikey, David, Jerry and I just sat around the pool while Alec, Harrison, and Kim swam and goofed around in the pool. Lol, Mikey had Harrison do a bunch of different dives into the pool, most of which looked really painful, all so he could put it on his Snapchat.


I walked during my graduation two weeks ago and had a graduation party the next day. It was a long event, lol. Graduation involved a lot of sitting and waiting, and the party was fun but exhausting because we essentially had a mini party in the afternoon and a full-sized party at night. I had to take a lot of pictures with everyone wearing my cap and gown, hood, tassels, and medal, which was super hot after the first five minutes, lol.

I got mad at David twice last week, which kind of accumulated to the point where I kept on wondering if maybe it was time to breakup since he kept on making the same mistakes and I just kept on getting angrier and angrier every time it happened. I talked about it with my friends though and realized that we really don't have a bad relationship and that sometimes you get in a slump in your relationship, and that it's just something that you go through.

But yeah, we ended up having a Wine Night with Shanice and Meethu, since Shanice was heading back in town last Friday. We ended up talking about relationship problems for a while along with job oddities and just catching up in general. It was really nice since I hadn't had a chance to really talk with them for a couple of months now.

This past Sunday, Victoria completely forgot that we were working out that day and slept in, so while we were waiting for her for 30 minutes, we made plans to go to IHOP for breakfast instead, lol. She messaged us to tell us about how she never even set an alarm the night before when we were almost done with our meals an hour later, lol. Afterwards, we made plans to meet up at one to hangout some more later after we showered and stuff.

We planned on kidnapping Kim and teaching her how to drive since she really needed to practice. But before that, we ended up watching how food was made while waiting for Jerry to show up, since he was still napping by the time we all met up. We drove over to the old mall in town that was bought out by the hospital nearby, since the parking lot was empty and easy to navigate for a new driver. We spent the next hour and a half--I think--teaching Kim the basics of the driving test and had her do all of the drills with Alec as her main teacher, since he's always the one explaining things in our friend group.

After that, we went back to Harrison's apartment to figure out where to go eat for dinner. We decided to go to Sushi Thai again since all of the other places we were interested in going to had already closed for the day or was closed on Sundays in general. -__-" We finally had Josh as our waiter, who has been trying to be our waiter and friend for a while now, lol. He ran into David a few weeks ago and asked for his number to try to be hangout with our friend group, but he's only been able to go to one of our workouts so far.

Then, Kim and I had to rush back to her house because I was supposed to go to pick their sister up from Macon with David 20 minutes ago, since Steph needed David drive her and her friend to Atlanta to one of her friend's apartments because they were all going on a trip to Costa Rica early the next morning. Basically, they couldn't park Steph's car at her friend's apartment, so David had to drive the car back home after Steph drove us up to Atlanta. Since we were near GA Tech, we decided to stop by Sublime and get some donuts, because I really love their fresh strawberry and cream donuts. :D


The next day, I hungout with Cam and Jessica until midnight because Cam's boyfriend decided to leave him while he was gone on vacation for a week with his family, so Jessica and I came over to cheer him up. Man, I love hanging out with them because it's basically endless hilarious story after story, and if it isn't hilarious, it's some type of crazy that's vastly entertaining, lol. Crazy stuff happens to them all of the time, and we don't hangout enough to catch up with each other like we should, so everything builds up in between hangout sessions, lol.

But yeah, that's basically all that's happened for these past few weeks. I hungout with David a lot in between everything, and we talked about a lot about our relationship and seemed like we were on the verge of breaking up once or twice, but I think we're working things out.

I also regret not reading any books these past few weeks when I actually had the time to crack open a book. Instead, I watched a lot of anime and read manga. I feel really guilty about not reading any of my bajillion books when I actually have the time to do so, but I think that's actually what's holding me back from reading them; I feel obligated to read them, which makes me not want to read them. -__-"

I start summer classes tomorrow. I'm not excited at all. I actually forgot to order my textbook until last week, but even then, I didn't have my mom's card to order it until today. I'm just really waiting for these next eight weeks to pass, because I really don't want to go to school anymore. I'm really to find a job and move out and start being an adult, lol. I'm tired of classes and homework and tests and all of the stress that comes with it.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Weekly Haul (94)

These are all of the books that I bought in the past two months. It's a pretty random haul, but I've been wanting to read all of these books for a while. That and because they were all on sale at one point or another lol.


Bought: 
Overlord, vol. 1: The Undead King by Kugane Maruyama & So-Bin
Rogue by Julie Kagawa
Platinum End by Tsugumi Ohba & Takeshi Obata
Big Mushy Happy Lump by Sarah Andersen
We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Monday, May 8, 2017

The semester is over!

I finished my last final for the semester last Friday, and I have been enjoying being stress-free for the past couple of days, lol. Actually, I've been hanging out with a lot of people for the past week or two in between stressing out about possibly failing my accounting class. -__-"

I worried for nothing. I had a low C average in the class before the final, so I was really worried about failing the final, since the final also included past topics that the class as a whole did poorly on in previous tests. So not only did I need to study the new material, I also needed to figure out what I did wrong in the past tests. However, I ended up with a B in the class because he made it so that he either dropped your lower grade or averaged the two grades together for the topics that were from previous tests. Because I made a higher grade on most of the previous topics on my final, my average went up!

Two weeks ago, when I just finished my first final and was about to start stressing about my accounting final, I found out that my friend from high school, Tyler, was actually in town and has been for a while now. He's been in the navy for the past couple of years, so I never knew where he was, so it was a surprise to find out that we've been in the same town for the past couple of months, lol. We hungout for a while, ordering pizza and watching Dave Chappell and Kevin Hart's new shows on Netflix and just catching up with each other.

The Friday before the last, I hungout with David and one of his friends. We went to Cheddar's for lunch and then went to Ice Queen, a new rolled ice cream place in Macon, afterwards for dessert. David and I have been wanting to try it out for the past few months since it opened, so that day was a good opportunity, lol. I got this matcha with real strawberries flavor, which I really liked.

Last Tuesday was Carina's birthday, so she threw a little bonfire party in her backyard that we went to. It was fun to catch up with her and make s'mores and just generally be pyromaniacs, lol. We literally made flaming hot cheeto puffs by throwing them into the bonfire, lol. Alec brought sprinklers as well, so we had fun lighting those up, too. It was also nice just laying around outside on soft blankets because it was a little cold, but the fire kept us warm, and the company was good.

Then, last Friday, I got to hangout with Cam and Jessica before I had to take my final. Jessica was in town for an internship with Geico, and Cam didn't have any finals that day, so we went to get lunch and dessert at Ice Queen because Jessica wanted to try it. We went to this Mediterranean place next to Ice Queen, which was pretty good and ended up talking for two hours there, because we all had so much to catch up on, lol.

Later that night, to celebrate finals being over for David and me, we went out to buy alcohol with Alec and had a drink at my place. Alec's last final was the next day, but he already had plans that night, so we celebrated it on Friday, lol. It was definitely interesting. We're always trying different beers when we're with Alec. I'm never totally sure if I like most of them, lol.

Today, the three of us went to go watch the new Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 movie, which was so good. I didn't like the soundtrack as much as I liked it in the first movie, but the movie was hilarious like I expected, and Groot was so cute! God, he was so adorable! Definitely stay until the end of the movie, because there are at least 4 scenes during the credits.

But yeah, things have been busy, but I'm not complaining. :)

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Books I Want to Read This Month

I have three weeks of freedom before my summer classes start, so I'm really going to try to read some of these books during this time! I really need to, lol. All I've been reading recently is online manga, which is not good, since I still keep on buying books even though I haven't read a physical book in months. -__-"
  1. The Vegetarian by Han Kang
  2. Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson
  3. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
  4. Blood of My Blood by Barry Lyga
  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. 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. Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
  13. Cress by Marissa Meyer
  14. I'll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson
  15. The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

Monday, May 1, 2017

April in Retrospect

I procrastinated a lot towards the end of this month, which is why I ended up reading a lot of manga and started watching anime and kdramas, lol. I'm not proud of myself. I will be done with finals this week, and I'm so ready to start my summer so that I don't have to feel bad for binge-watching a series in two days and not have to worry about homework. :D

I read:
  • My Hero Academia vol. 12 by Kohei Horikoshi
  • My Hero Academia vol. 13 by Kohei Horikoshi
  • SSG - Meimon Danshikou Keppuuroku vol. 1 by Morishita Suu
  • SSG - Meimon Danshikou Keppuuroku vol. 2 by Morishita Suu
  • SSG - Meimon Danshikou Keppuuroku vol. 3 by Morishita Suu
  • SSG - Meimon Danshikou Keppuuroku vol. 4 by Morishita Suu
  • Kanojo Ni Naru Hi vol. 1 by Ogura Akane
  • Kanojo Ni Naru Hi vol. 2 by Ogura Akane
  • Kanojo Ni Naru Hi vol. 3 by Ogura Akane

I watched:
  • Fairy Tail (2009)
  • Sword Art Online (2012)
  • Power Rangers (2017)
  • Kiss Him, Not Me! (2016)
  • Yamada-Kun and the Seven Witches (2015)
  • Dear White People (2014)
  • Princess Lover! (2011)
  • Aoharu x Machine Gun (2015)
  • Kevin Hart: What Now? (2016)
  • Strong Woman Do Bong Soon (2017)

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

New Shows/Movies Coming in May

Next month has a lot of awesome movies premiering and tv shows being added onto Netflix that I'm really excited to watch! I'll be done with finals next week, so that gives me roughly three weeks of freedom to do and watch whatever I want until I start summer classes towards the end of May. So you bet I'm going to take advantage of all of the free time to read and watch as many shows as I can, lol.

These are the shows and movies being added to Netflix in May that I want to watch: 
  • Sense8 (May 5)
  • Sherlock Series 4 (May 15)
  • Riverdale Season 1 (May 18)
  • Blame! (May 19)
  • Inglourious Basterds (May 19)
  • Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower (May 26)
  • Supergirl Season 2 (May 30)

Movies premiering in May that I want to watch:
  • Guardians of the Galaxy, vol. 2 (May 5)
  • Baywatch (May 25)
  • Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (May 26)

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Book Unhaul (2)

I actually unhauled these books last month, but things got busy, so I'm posting about it now, lol.

Most of these books I've had since junior year of high school, so for at least five or six years now. I figured that if I haven't read it already in that time period, then I'm never going to get around to reading it, no matter how awesome they sounded. However, I'm donating Raging Star because I didn't realize that I already had a copy, so I ended up buying another one a few months ago.

  • Incarceron by Catherine Fisher
  • Behemoth by Scott Westerfeld
  • The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen
  • Raging Star by Moira Young
  • Rampant by Diana Peterfreund
  • Ascendant by Diana Peterfreund
  • The Shifter by Janice Hardy
  • Bamboo People by Mitali Perkins
I donated these to my local library, so I hope that people are enjoying them. :)

Sunday, April 9, 2017

Shows I'm Currently Watching: Into the Badlands, Fairy Tail (2014), My Hero Academia

I suddenly got really interested in watching anime again, lol. However, there's also one show that isn't anime that I really should have finished watching weeks ago...


CURRENTLY WATCHING:


I started watching this when it first was added onto Netflix last month because the main protagonist was Asian. Like, it's so hard to find tv shows in the U.S. with Asian representation in them--let alone as the main character! I was going to give that show a shot no matter what just for that reason alone. Plus, season one is only six episodes long, and season two just started airing. I thought that this would be a quick series to watch while I crammed for my accounting test and such, but things got busy with the wedding and classes, and I forgot about this show in between my sudden desire to watch anime, lol. Don't get me wrong, I do like the show though! I watched half of it already, and the plot is interesting enough to keep me hooked to figure out what's going to happen next.



I started watching the first season of Fairy Tail years ago, and out of nowhere, I suddenly wanted to finish watching this anime because I thought that it was completed already. (I was wrong; there's going to be another season sometime this Spring.) But yeah, I fell in love with the huge cast of crazy characters again, got completely immersed in the series, and am on the second season now. All of the arcs have been awesome, except for the filler arcs. They were really boring and undermined how powerful all of the characters became in the previous arcs. I'm currently at one of the filler arcs right now, and it's killing me because it's really not that interesting. I want to skip the episodes and go straight to the next main arc, but I don't like skipping episodes and missing information. :/



I watched season one when it was completed airing last year and loved it so much that I started reading the manga to see what happened next. I kind of stopped reading the manga for the past few months so that I could read the next arc all in one go, so I was happy to find out that season two of this anime came out two weeks ago, because this is a really good arc. There's a lot of character development and fighting scenes, and you get introduced to a lot of interesting new characters, too. There's only two episodes out, which sucks, because of all of the cliffhangers they end on. Even though I already know what's going to happen, I'm still impatient to watch the next episode because I want to see epic fight scenes, lol.


FINISHED WATCHING:


David wanted some white noise to take a nap to, so we chose an anime that we've both watched before. Unfortunately for me, I wasn't that tired to begin with and got immediately sucked into the anime again, just like the first time I watched it, lol. I forgot just how good it was but also how disjointed the first half of the anime was. I mean, it made sense since that arc spanned the length of two years inside the game. Regardless, it was a good anime to rewatch. I cam't wait to watch the movie that just came out once subs are available!



This anime was recently added onto Netflix a week or two ago, so David and I were happy to rewatch it once we found out about it, because it's a great anime. Lol, it's hilarious and ridiculous with great animation and action scenes. Season two is supposed to come out sometime this year, and I am so ready to watch it!

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Books I Want to Read This Month

I didn't read any books off of this list last month, but I'm going to try to get around to reading at least one book this month if I can stop being so addicted to watching Fairy Tail, lol.
  1. A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
  2. Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson
  3. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
  4. Blood of My Blood by Barry Lyga
  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. 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. Boy Toy by Barry Lyga
  12. Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
  13. Cress by Marissa Meyer
  14. I'll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson
  15. The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater

Saturday, April 1, 2017

March in Retrospect

I definitely watched a lot of movies during Spring Break, lol. I also read a lot while procrastinating like usual. -__-"

I read:
  • Last Game vol. 3 by Shinobu Amano
  • Last Game vol. 4 by Shinobu Amano
  • Last Game vol. 5 by Shinobu Amano
  • Last Game vol. 6 by Shinobu Amano
  • Last Game vol. 7 by Shinobu Amano
  • Last Game vol. 8 by Shinobu Amano
  • The Little Android by Marissa Meyer
  • Last Game vol. 9 by Shinobu Amano
  • Last Game vol. 10 by Shinobu Amano
  • Last Game vol. 11 by Shinobu Amano

I watched:
  • The Avengers (2012)
  • Justice League Dark (2017)
  • The Battle for Sevastopel (2015)
  • Mob Psycho 100 (2016)
  • Logan (2017)
  • Anthem of the Heart (2015)
  • The A-Team (2010)

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Wedding shenanigans are finally over!

The wedding is finally over! My sister got married on Sunday, and I'm still trying to recuperate from all that happened that weekend. I saw and interacted with so many people over the weekend that I don't want to see anyone for a while. I just want to be a bum and watch anime in bed forever, lol.

Don't get me wrong, this weekend was fun, but it was extremely tiring. There was the bachelorette party on Friday; mani-pedi, dress rehearsal, and dinner on Saturday; and the wedding and reception on Sunday. We stayed up late every day talking and doing stuff, and it was just so tiring after the first day.

I was supposed to take my managerial accounting test on Monday, but I asked my teacher to reschedule it to this Friday since I was going to be busy with all of the wedding stuff over the weekend. Now I'm stressing myself out because I haven't barely studied at all, and it's a lot of material to cover... -__-" I mean, I should have been studying even before this past weekend, but you know how it is.

I'll talk about the wedding later when I'm done with the test and the case study due next Monday! I really don't want to deal with school anymore though...

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Book Unhaul (1)

I didn't know that book unhauls were a thing until I got into BookTube on YouTube and watched a whole of bunch of vloggers talk about all of the books that they were giving away or donating that they've lost interest in or did not like anymore. Unfortunately for me, I've been getting rid of books that I lost interest in reading or books that I did not want to keep any longer for the past year or two. It would definitely have helped me to keep track of what books I sold or donated so that I could remember if I still had the book or not, lol.

So here is my first book unhaul! I've been trying to whittle down my giant piles of TBR books for a while now, and I've realized that I am no longer interested in reading any of these books.


  • Spud by John van de Ruit
  • The Vast Fields of Ordinary by Nick Burd
  • A Kiss in Time by Alex Flinn
  • Virtuosity by Jessica Martinez
  • The Murder of Bindy Mackenzie by Jaclyn Moriarty
  • The Ghosts of Ashbury High by Jacklyn Moriarty
  • The Dark Days of Hamburger Halpin by Josh Berk
  • Wherever Nina Lies by Lynn Weingarten
  • The Silver Kiss by Annette Curtis Klause
  • Skinned by Robin Wasserman
  • Crashed by Robin Wasserman
I donated these books to my local library. It was really funny because one of the two donation mailboxes in front of the library were already full, and my boyfriend and I ended up jamming the other donation mailbox trying to put my books in it. We had to go inside and tell the librarians about it and give them the rest of my books. They seemed pretty excited that their donation box was full though. :)

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Things to Do Over Spring Break

This week is Spring Break, and I have a lot of things to do! Just like last year, I'm going to write up a list in the hopes that you will help hold me accountable for completing them all. I've got a midterm for my business law class when I come back next week, so I need to spend a lot of time reviewing everything we've discussed in class this break in addition to doing a lot of chores and errands.
  • Check graduation audit
  • Order cap and gown
  • Plan bachelorette party 
  • Update driver's license
  • Wash sheets and comforter
  • Donate books to library
  • Finish reading Shell book for class
  • Review case studies
  • Go over study guide
  • Read assigned readings
  • Set up voicemail
  • Clean room
  • Get dress altered
  • Vacuum room
Hopefully I will finish everything on this list because they're all kind of important, lol.

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Books I Want to Read This Month

Although I managed to read a lot of books last month, none of them were actual physical books nor were they on this list... -__-" Regardless, I'm gonna try to read at least one of these books during Spring Break!
  1. A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
  2. Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson
  3. Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes
  4. Blood of My Blood by Barry Lyga
  5. A Midsummer Nightmare by Kody Keplinger
  6. Linger by Maggie Stiefvater
  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. Boy Toy by Barry Lyga
  12. Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
  13. Cress by Marissa Meyer
  14. I'll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson
  15. The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

February in Retrospect

February was a really busy month for me because of the endless amounts of homework I had due, the wedding shower I helped throw, and with me trying to make time to be a good friend. Probably due to all of the stress, I ended up binge-watching most of the DC's new 52 animated movies for the majority of this month and ended up procrastinating for the past week reading a bunch of manga series that I've been waiting to be finished for the past 5+ years.

I read:
  • Boot Camp by Gina Christie
  • 1/2 Prince vol. 1 by Yu Wo
  • 1/2 Prince vol. 2 by Yu Wo
  • 1/2 Prince vol. 3 by Yu Wo
  • 1/2 Prince vol. 4 by Yu Wo
  • 1/2 Prince vol. 5 by Yu Wo
  • 1/2 Prince vol. 6 by Yu Wo
  • 1/2 Prince vol. 7 by Yu Wo
  • 1/2 Prince vol. 8 by Yu Wo
  • 1/2 Prince vol. 9 by Yu Wo
  • 1/2 Prince vol. 10 by Yu Wo
  • 1/2 Prince vol. 11 by Yu Wo
  • 1/2 Prince vol. 12 by Yu Wo
  • 1/2 Prince vol. 13 by Yu Wo
  • 1/2 Prince vol. 14 by Yu Wo
  • 1/2 Prince vol. 15 by Yu Wo
  • Mishounen Produce vol. 1 by Kaoru Ichinose
  • Mishounen Produce vol. 2 by Kaoru Ichinose
  • Mishounen Produce vol. 3 by Kaoru Ichinose
  • Mishounen Produce vol. 4 by Kaoru Ichinose
  • Koi Dano Ai Dano vol. 1 by Ririko Tsujita
  • Koi Dano Ai Dano vol. 2 by Ririko Tsujita
  • Koi Dano Ai Dano vol. 3 by Ririko Tsujita
  • Koi Dano Ai Dano vol. 4 by Ririko Tsujita
  • Koi Dano Ai Dano vol. 5 by Ririko Tsujita
  • Koi Dano Ai Dano vol. 6 by Ririko Tsujita
  • Koi Dano Ai Dano vol. 7 by Ririko Tsujita
  • Koi Dano Ai Dano vol. 8 by Ririko Tsujita
  • Koi Dano Ai Dano vol. 9 by Ririko Tsujita
  • Koi Dano Ai Dano vol. 10 by Ririko Tsujita
  • Koi Dano Ai Dano vol. 11 by Ririko Tsujita
  • Last Game vol. 1 by Shinobu Amano
  • Last Game vol. 2 by Shinobu Amano

I watched:
  • Son of Batman (2014)
  • The Seven Deadly Sins Season One (2015)
  • The Seven Deadly Sins Season Two (2017)
  • Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox (2013)
  • Justice League: War (2014)
  • Justice League: Throne of Atlantis (2015)
  • Batman vs. Robin (2015)
  • The Great Wall (2017)
  • Batman: Bad Blood (2016)
  • Train to Busan (2016)
  • Justice League vs. Teen Titans (2016)

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

One class almost down!

Spring Break starts next week, and I am READY. This month has been rough, especially the past two weeks where everything accumulated. This is because I'm taking an online class in addition to two at night classes at Mercer. The online class is only eight weeks long, so everything is condensed, which meant that I had a lot of homework due almost every week. 

Lol, the final project for this class was a marketing plan, which averaged to be around 15 pages based on the sample projects that he showed us in class. Instead of working on it slowly over the week, I basically spent an hour researching information the night before and writing the whole thing the next day. My paper was nine pages long. I'm not even aiming for an A anymore. -__-"

Now, I have to read the last six chapters of the textbook and take the final, and I'll finally be done with one of my classes! Does that mean that I'll use the extra time to actually do homework for my other classes once I'm done with this class? Probably not, lol. I'm terrible with time management. My motivation has really gone down since this semester started. 

But yeah, I'm really looking forward to Spring Break! We're planning a surprise birthday party this Friday night for Mikey because his birthday is next Sunday, so he'll never expect it, lol. He just thinks that we're all hanging out on Friday because we haven't had time to hang out as a group in a while. Lol, it's gonna be great. 

Ugh, I don't want to read six chapters though. I'm just procrastinating at this point, lol. Although there is this other manga series that I really do want to finish reading now that it's finally completed...

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Dusty Reads: I'll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson

Dusty Reads is a weekly post featuring a book that has been sitting unread on my home shelf for some time.

Title: I'll Give You the Sun
Author: Jandy Nelson
Pages: 371
Publication: September 16, 2014
Publisher: Dial Books
Summary taken from goodreads:
A brilliant, luminous story of first love, family, loss, and betrayal for fans of John Green, David Levithan, and Rainbow Rowell 
Jude and her twin brother, Noah, are incredibly close. At thirteen, isolated Noah draws constantly and is falling in love with the charismatic boy next door, while daredevil Jude cliff-dives and wears red-red lipstick and does the talking for both of them. But three years later, Jude and Noah are barely speaking. 
Something has happened to wreck the twins in different and dramatic ways . . until Jude meets a cocky, broken, beautiful boy, as well as someone else—an even more unpredictable new force in her life. The early years are Noah's story to tell. The later years are Jude's. What the twins don't realize is that they each have only half the story, and if they could just find their way back to one another, they’d have a chance to remake their world.
This radiant novel from the acclaimed, award-winning author of The Sky Is Everywhere will leave you breathless and teary and laughing—often all at once.
I remember reading and absolutely loving Jandy Nelson's first book, THE SKY IS EVERYWHERE not too long after it was released. It was so well-written, and I loved all of the characters. There was just a lot of emotions that came with this book, and it left with a one of the biggest book hangovers after I finished reading it, because it was so good.

Fast forward a few years, and I found out that she was releasing a new book, so of course I preordered it and waited months and months for it to come. Then, one day, it appeared in my mailbox and I was so excited to start reading. But then homework and tests and anime got in the way, and the book started getting so many awards and recognition... Now it's 2017 and I still haven't read it. -__-"

I will get around to reading this sometime this year! I must! I've only heard great things about this book, so I'll probably devour it as quickly as I devoured THE SKY IS EVERYWHERE once I actually start reading it.

Friday, February 17, 2017

I love my friends (because we are awful to each other)

Like, I cannot express how much I love my friends and how awesome and hilarious and ridiculous they all are. Whenever we hangout, especially in a big group, things are always crazy fun. Oh man, I still laugh when I think about all of the embarrassing things we did to Jerry last Friday night, lol.

Our group decided to go to Sushi Thai last Friday since Mikey got out of work later than expected, so we couldn't go to the new Indian place in Macon like we had originally planned. This was totally fine because we all were down for sushi and had a blast the last time we went to Sushi Thai the previous month. This time, we were surprised by how packed it was and by the lively atmosphere since there was a live singer performing at the open upstairs portion of the restaurant.

We had a cute waitress named Gwen, who graciously put up with our ridiculousness as we decided on what to order and made fun of each other. Most of the guys had ordered a beer, and things just got funnier afterwards when another waiter came by to deliver the drinks since Gwen wasn't old enough to do so.

Because it was so busy, we didn't get our food for a while (we didn't even get our soup or salads until most of the food started arriving!), which just meant that we roasted each other even more as we waited for everyone to get their food, lol. The best part was when Jerry said that he didn't want to touch his chopsticks because his hands were sticky, and I was just like "Yaoi hands" like it was the answer to everything, because we always joke about how big his hands are that they eclipse the sun, lmao. He made this face at me, which was when I realized that our waitress was still at our table talking to one of our friends, so I was trying to say sorry, but I had already taken a bite of my pad thai, so it was hard to say anything. Alec saw the whole exchange and started laughing, which made Harnish want to know what happened, so I had to explain yaoi hands to both him and Harrison, and the whole table died when they heard about what I just said about Jerry, lol.

During one of the times when Gwen stopped by our table, we told her about how Jerry was a Sheriff who had a reputation for slamming people in the jail, so she thought that we were talking about this when he threatened to give us his hands throughout the night whenever we picked on him. It wasn't until we were wrapping up and paying for our meals that Mikey spilled the beans and asked her if she knew what yaoi hands were, and she straight up ran into the nearest corner of the restaurant and laughed into her hands for the longest time! XD


The best part was probably right when we were about to leave, because Harnish had told Gwen that it was Jerry's birthday, and he wanted her to get as many workers as possible to sing happy birthday for him. Harrison heard his evil plan and went along with it after beating him up after she walked away, lol.

The thing is, apparently Harnish and Jerry were both in band together when we were all in high school together, and it was a band thing where they would all wish Jerry a happy birthday everyday. That's why when Harnish found out that Jerry was coming to eat dinner with us, he and Harrison started saying happy birthday to him, which annoyed him a lot, lol.

So when another waitress stopped by our table by the end of the night and asked us who the birthday boy was, we all paused for a second and immediately pointed towards Jerry because we are assholes, lololol. They then asked us who the birthday boy was, so we told them to sing to Jerbear instead of Jerry because that was his embarrassing nickname that Mikey told us when he first introduced him to us, lol.

We found out that our waitress actually sang opera from the waitress we had the last time we came to Sushi Thai, so while a group of workers sang happy birthday to Jerry, we would randomly hear Gwen singing in opera, which somehow made everything even more hilarious. And then, right when we were finally leaving our table, one of the waiters who sang happy birthday said, "I hope you have a happy birthday Jerbear!" We died laughing again, lol.

Lol, it sounds like we just embarrassed Jerry all night, but we all roasted each other throughout the night. David was acting really weird throughout the whole night, which was both amusing and odd, lol. Jerry's was just the most eventful and memorable though. Regardless, Harrison said that he's not friends with us anymore, lol. We're too embarrassing for him, lmao.

A smaller group of us went out to eat at Genghis Grill in Macon last night, which was fun. It was nowhere as embarrassing as it was last week though, lol. However, because Alec was still hungry, we ended up going to the Publix a couple of stores down from Genghis Grill and bought a pack of muffins and ended up huddled up on the only bunch outside of Publix and eating them in 50 degree weather as we talked and goofed off for a while.


I'm definitely glad that I've gotten closer to a lot of my friends that I've met or met again in college and that their friends that they brought along are also really cool and friendly.

Lol, we had originally planned on getting sushi together at least once a month, so I wonder what ridiculousness we'll have in store for March.

(Also, we plan on going out to eat in a big group with Jerry again and telling every place we go to that it's his birthday, because we love him so much, lol.)