Look at that - Junior year, with only three days left when I actually have to be in a classroom. One of them for only two and a half hours.
I'm not going to complain about how dreadful this year often was. Come next friday, I intend to forget all but the good. What was the good? My friends. My amazing, funny, tolerant friends. Without them, I'd be writing this from the loony bin right now.
Ah, and I have a new obsession. Hetalia. (Don't throw stuff! Wait and hear me out! *hides behind a book*) Kristin tried to get me into it at the beginning of the year, but I wasn't impressed, until I chose to look up what they had for the revolutionary war. And there went my heart -right out the window. I know a lot of people have issues with it because of the pairings. I was never before interested in any gay pairing for characters that for all the evidence were straight (Harry Potter and Superntaural being prime examples). I know a lot of girls are into that, but it just never interested me. I don't have anything against it.
From the first time I noticed artwork I knew to be from Hetalia, though, all I'd SEEN was pairings. And most of them were cute as anything. I went info-fishing and it turns out that even in the series there are several CANON gay pairings. So they brought it on themselves. So now I write fanfics (or the best of them I can without actually having read or watched the actual series), mostly fluffy stuff for the strained relationship between England and America. I'm working on a much darker fic, though, with Seychelles at the center of it. She's not strictly with anyone, though several boys chase her, and there are plenty of hints at other couples. The collage I'm uploading, one of the several I intend to make, is pieced together with characters in my story, mostly involving Seychelles.
So there you have it - take it or leave it. I'll be putting the fanfics on here, in case anyone is interested. Oh - and don't come to me with hatred, because I am extremely MEAN to haters. Ask the witchy girl in my Chem class, as she brought it on herself. Apart from that, I wish you all the best of luck, health, and sleep. I would be interested to know if anyone actually reads these . . .