After we got back home on New Year’s, our friend dropped by and gave us Kit-Kats from Japan (Wasabi flavor and Green Tea flavor). Took my sister (@camillionaire) and I a while to find out which one was which.
Bonus: Hear my awkward mumbling! I talk weird.
Throwback Tuesday: The only time I was right when talking with my sister.
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Random news! Two of my cousins are half German, and they’re very pretty, and one of them is getting married this summer! The guy’s crazy tall, but that’s beside the point, anyway, my family’s been invited, but the official invitation just came in today. Oh and more on the trip:
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Bringing in the new year was somewhat interesting for once (read: I wasn’t moping around about my eternal singledomness for once, as idiots and fools are wont to do). We’re back home, my sister’s knocked out and might punch me in the arm or something in the morning for taking this picture (I loooove you Camille).
Nonetheless, when I got back, I got into the habit of counting the little “firsts”, e.g. first song on my iPod I listen to this year on the way home, first time I sat in the back of the van this year, first time I’ll be sleeping in my bed this year, and so on. One new one was that I was feeling optimistic for once. Dunno if it’ll stick through, but in a few ways I’m starting to feel better about myself.
I really can’t say anything of what resolutions I’ve got for the next year, since the fun and odd things that happened and the stupid things I’ve done are moments I wouldn’t have expected. Per the occasional bit of wisdom my dad drops, most plans a person make tend to not fall through. Most obvious thing is to improve myself as a person, but to have that as a resolution is just silly. As humans, it’s a basic goal. Social beings that we are, we’re exposing ourselves to change, so of course, by not so much conscious effort, we’ll inevitably be different by the next year - non sum qualis eram, or “I am not as I once was” comes to mind…if anything, I guess I could read some more, and watch more films, just eating my cultural veggies. Maybe I’ll learn about the stars this year too. Sounds nice.
Only thing I know to do is to welcome the future with a pair of open arms and a pair of brass balls to take it on.
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Years and years ago, in a land far, far away, called Canada, my family and I thought it would be really cool to make a green screen video. Clearly all the actors and their families in the advertisement outside thought it was cool too.
After several years, we don’t care enough to post it online, but enough to be aware that it’s still embarrassingly dumb.
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