enter fruitsblogsket, where blog meets fruits basket, one of my favorite anime titles. FruitsBlogsket is my personal fansite dedicated for Fruits Basket. You'll read my blog, find avatars, wallpapers, read the Sohma diaries, discover what Tohru and the Sohmas are doing and many more. Fruitsblogsket is an experimental fansite. Feel free to check the site.
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The last homework is finished. Once again, I am final bound for the winter term. Spring is here, but spring for me usually just passes by. Because the real fun happens in summer. But then I don't want to let Ms. Spring feel bad, dissed or left out. Speaking of spring, I'm already burned out from studying and I'll be taking 2 courses this spring term. What came over me? It's because I need the credits to graduate on time. Another bad news is I'd have to add my load next school year. At this age, I also want to earn my degree already. But no one can point fingers as to why my pace is slow; I'm earning for my tuition. Working in high school is a LOT different from having to work and study in university.
Since I'm bound for the final exams, I'm excited for my break before the spring term. Despite saying that I'm uber burned out, I think two weeks of break would be enough for me to gather momentum. And I'm sure I'll be able to have some fun this time.
I finished Starcraft 2: Heart of the Swarm. Great story. It's a good game. Wings of Liberty had more beef than HotS. As for the ending, it's super weird that the alpha stage video I caught on Youtube is the actual ending of the game. I wonder why it wasn't taken down from Youtube. But I think it'll generate a buzz if it was taken down a year ago. I mean, last year, the people who watched it said it was just a fake video that some fan-dude just uploaded it to get some hits. However, well... after finishing the game, it really is the ending. Okay, it's VERY similar to the actual ending. And if it was taken down when it was first uploaded (1 year ago), that would only confirm that the alpha stage. After the second mission, HotS got me scared for a moment, because they showed Jim Raynor's helmet with a bullet hole.
The summary of March: I was on hiatus. Hiatus on writing in general. I stopped writing on my original stories too for a while. I needed to get some inspiration. I was also really stressed. Study. Work. Write homework. Report. Lose sleep. Work. Sleep some more. Pretty depressing March.
On another note, I didn't stop my webdesigning. The Sukitte ii na yo (Say I Love You) project is a go. I've made three web layouts. The sites are for Mei, Yamato and a main page as a hub for them all. Here are some screens. Take note that they're still on alpha stage and they're subjected for change. Although, like the HotS ending, I wouldn't be surprised if these would be the actual layouts:
We're already at the end of the 1st quarter of 2013, huh? Time goes by so fast. And I've said that a lot of times already. It's like there's a trend: Happy New Year, Wait for spring, summer is here, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Happy New Year again. I wonder if my parents feel this way. But it's such a depressing perspective if we jam all that what happened for the year in just one sentence.
Let's talk about something different for one paragraph. I just watched the news and North Korea declared war on South Korea. I have friends staying there. No not in North Korea; I have friends staying in South Korea. They're telling me that nothing significant is happening right now. For all I know, the only difference of what NoKor did is make it clear that they hate Sokor. The world already knew that a long time ago. We just have to keep updated on this brewing issue.
As for work, 7 hour shifts are still a drag. But it's fine. I need the money. Oh yeah, I'm getting my raise this coming appraisal. Yes, sir. Awesome news. Real awesome.
Well, 2013 is turning out to be a good year for me.
FruitsBlogsket is probably the last Fruits Basket fansite that is still running. I'm trying to establish some links with fellow fans, but I can't find relevant fansites to exchange links. I wonder what would happen if someone were to pick up the anime and make a second season. Well, since the manga has been completed way way back, I still think it's a good idea to air the second season up to the end.
Anyway, thanks for everyone who are still visiting and reading Furuba Worldplay. Even though I have no editor and there may be some grammatical errors, I hope people understood what I was saying. I hope they felt that tiny sense of emotion from the screen. It's really hard to write with this schedule. And I'm not counting the times when the brain is dry and when I need a time off.
Ironically speaking, I have a heap of drafts waiting to be written, Fruits Basket material included. It will become extra harder to write now, because of March Madness. There's also Simcity, Sims University and Heart of the Swarm! I can't find anyone else to play Starcraft 2 with. Sigh. I can't bring my team ranking up.
Are you still waiting for my Say I Love You fansite? Yeah, about that. There's a struggle in the construction -- specifically, regarding the design. It's difficult to integrate the website int one theme. I have two sites up, but I don't want to prematurely publish the websites yet. And I also have this conflicting feeling that Say I Love You might not really be that interesting. A frustrating thought, because if I'm not interested, then it's pointless to continue. Bah. Well, I do have another reason why I want this to work and that's because of the fun from the experiment. I really can't reveal any information further at this point, because I don't want to spoil the fun.
What else is interesting?