Swinging back | JournalIt has been a while since I have written or done anything. My life once I returned to Japan was a dull one, falling in a constant rhythm of nothing. Wake up, waste time, go to bed.
Though it could be argued that I have not "wasted timed" I have gotten quite a few tasks accomplished.
For starters I have moved homes, and all those who have moved know that it is a mission and a half. Moving takes a lot of a person both physically and emotionally. Even now, two weeks residing in this new place, I feel like I am at a stranger's place. It is by far most weirdest sensation.
In my absence from the electronic world I have slowly found myself. And did a lot of reading.
I have a total of five books so far.
- This Dark Endeavor by Kenneth Oppel
- Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
- Vicious by V.E. Schwab
- All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
- The Scorch Trials by James Dashner
I also re-read Howls Moving Castle but I don't really think that counts for anything other than just reliving another story.
While I slowly get back to the swing of things I would like show some of my favorite loot from Japan.
A Fuji-film camera that I purchased in BiC camera, which was near by the main Kyoto Station. A pen that is CardCaptor Sakura theme. (Everyone in Japan knows this is my favorite anime ever). And a small jewelry box in the shape of the Castle from Howl's Moving Castle. It is actually more like a puzzle, with bits and pieces you have to combine together to make whole.
Hopefully I get a new video up soon on my YouTube Channel. I have so many ideas I wish to share everyone, I just need to get around to filming them~
Watch out for me because I am about to rise~