After an entire week of heavy raining that caused so much delay, I'm just so glad for the sun to be shining gloriously again! I woke up early this morning (around 3am, argh) & when I decided to go online an hour after that, I cued Monday Michiru's Sunshine After The Rain in WinAmp & tried to catch up with everything (but I still have loads of email to read up to now!) possible. A couple of hours later, it was already warm & bright in the room! Yay! But I like rainy Saturday & Sunday mornings spent indoors, actually.
Then I just found out last night from my brother that I can finally play ISOs on my PSP 3000, which I received as a gift a few months ago. He showed me how to work the damn thing, haha, & we ended up playing team battles in Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection (which was the MAIN reason why I wanted to have a PSP to begin with a few years ago). & yes, we both can't wait for Tekken 6!
So, yeah, I'm a happy bunny, as I've advanced to 3rd dan (in hard mode, at that, OMG!) using the prissy sexy Lili with pinned hair & a pink dress with purple hand guards & boots, with 60 wins then 19 losses. I can't wait to get a new memory card & a wrist strap. I've been using my brother's PSP for the longest time, as my current UMDs are rather frustrating, so I had to set aside my handheld for a while. My brother & I exchanged cases, though, so I'm using his soft leather pouch. I'm on the verge of completely outgrowing video games, however. Yet I'm still hanging on to Warbook, & I'm just so happy to have made it to Level 49 even with a dormant alliance.
This also surprised me this morning. Hooray! Haha, at this rate I won't be in the top 50 Philippine websites roster, but I'm just happy to be included in the full listing.
I might as well take the time out to introduce you to my friend Lornadahl's travelling dolls Lunah & Raya for her t-shirt business, as probably inspired by the "travelling gnome" in the quirky French film Amelie. Aren't they cute? I hope to hear more about them in their respective Twitter pages, haha.
Their respective shirts read in the vernacular, "Pagkahabahaba man ng prusisyon, sa Pinas pa rin ang tuloy" & "Pambansang Lagalag". I'm bad with translations but you can use the online translator in this blog, which produces funny results, haha. If you want a good laugh, you might as well check it out. But the context, of course, at least methinks, is that there's no place like home. :P & why don't we all proclaim ourselves National Travellers, Tourists, Explorers, Globetrotters, Crusaders, Hikers, Roamers, Wanderers, Nomads, Vagabonds... call them what you will, hehe. Aha, & of course, The Fool card comes to mind! :D
Anyway, I really do need to be inspired further. That way, I can be more inspiring in turn. For now, I'll just probably rest for a bit. Coming right up, I'm finally posting my take on changing karma, World Tarot Day, this year's Neptune retrograde, & cool quick tarot spreads, among other little things.
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