Sunday, 6 December 2009


Next week we're going to have to write short autobiographies in Creative Writing. :/ I was a bit worried, with no idea what I would write about, then Nellie asked me to explain to her why I hate the post office so much. XD She said my autobiography would be more interesting than hers, but I disagree! I think she's much more creative than I am... *cough* Nellie comes up with all these interesting names for people whose real names she doesn't know (I forgot examples, though). Me? I can't tell you how many people I have dubbed "Blondie." Seriously. Then there's "Girl who dyed her hair red," "Person-who-I-think-name-is-Katie-but-I'm-not-sure," and "Guy-whose-bangs-completely-cover-his-eyes." XDD (He did cut his bangs, though. Maybe Angel's mum passed by him on the street and snipped 'em off for him. I could totally see that. XD)

We (Nellie and I... You're mentioned in this post so much!) did a p-chat last night, and it's so much fun! I've only done it one other time, with someone I'm somewhat friends with on deviantART. I wish more of my friends had tablets. v.v

I'm getting into Ouran High School Host Club for the millionth time. You see, I read or watch it for awhile, then my interests steer away. Inevitably, though, I will go back to it, re-read the three manga volumes I have, watch a few episodes of the anime online... If you listen closely, you may be able to hear a faint "SQUEE!" coming from the computer room during a few shounen-ai moments.

I wanted to put AFI's Love Like Winter video on this post, but embedding is disabled. :( You can click here to see it, though. It's beautiful!

g h o s t i e

PS. OMG. XDD I completely forgot about this video!!!


rachel poooole said...

Hey, am I Girl Who Dyed Her Hair Red? Cause that's kind of exciting. =D haha

Ghostie said...

Heh, actually, I can't remember who Girl Who Dyed Her Hair Red was, but that is now you! :DD (I love that colour on you, by the way! It looks very good.)

(...I was very disappointed when I learned that our autobiographies had to be ABOUT writing. v.v)