doggiedynasty: (You are my Hero)
Note to self: DO not, DO NOT write a blog entry while I'm rushing to leave somewhere.

Now it looks like I wasn't making much sense OR I missed something. My mindset at the time was to express as much as I could.

Indeed. I did take time off. When my niece wasn't around, I cleaned house; I worked and babysat so much that, IMO, I neglected any heavy cleaning at home. Yet, I cleaned my workplace virtually every morning. It didn't seem fair to me. Once my niece came back, the mental burden returned. I lose patience quicker than usual; time off is time off, and I can't get over the thoughts of babysitting and not getting paid enough.

So why was I upset about work and why did I almost want to quit? When I returned from my break, Labor day went away and there was already some quitters. Even this week; then I see new faces quickly.

I felt a little better a few days ago because most co-workers take the time of their day to tell me that I do a good job and that "I work hard". But half the team doesn't seem to be the same way? Am I just wasting time? Sure, after you're used to your position tediously, you tend to get lax.

Was I just working out of desperation to avoid being fired? I wanted to enjoy my job, but I was getting influenced by my co-workers' negative energy. SO I felt like I was in a shitty, uninspiring place because I didn't have much higher to shoot, and I worked just because I had to. That's a problem with working kids, and yet they succeed so well for some reason, getting jobs with better pay.

Sure, customer service can be a pain, but so is constantly complaining, not trying your best and thinking of consequences.

Two weeks at least, I felt like crap. That's just how I am. I try to maintain an calm and understanding, but aren't I fragile?

So with these thoughts building up, Katsuki-san's thoughts were a shock. Thus, coincidence.

"Love myself". I believed her, but I didn't think it was something easy to follow. I nearly cried. I can feel like a loser so easily, but she can look at others and say simple things so that they can live on a path to aim for something.

But it's so hard. What should I love? Ambition? Living differently? Being naive? Admitting mistakes?

Inoue Kazuhiko's final message had to do with "thoughts of dream" and "keyword"; I can't really figure out Seki Tomokazu's but may be "not useless"; Nozawa Masako is "try your best!"; I can't get Chiba Shigeru, Hirano Fumi or Kamiya Akira's yet; Furukawa Toshio is the NEXT and LAST GUEST!

...but Katsuki-san master of intuitive, no stress style was "growth" and "love" ("daisuki" and "ai"). My poor chest.
doggiedynasty: (Super Cry)
Old ladies making old ladies cry

She is my freakin hero...!~

A follow up of a previous entry. When they said "instruction", that's what I was expecting. Turns out she is quite sensitive and cooperative with a "stress relief" method and a positive, free way of thinking.

I can't absorb all the details (will report my heart out here when ready.)< because I'm still so amazed, but there's one thing that really sticks out from the entire program. Each instructor, at the end of the program, gives a final message. This isn't the entire thing, but this is the gist of it: "I love myself .... everyone, please love yourselves as well."

I went crazy.

"What the...?! Why?" Why did she say this?! And all of a sudden?!

It's like I loved her more. No, I was completely touched, maybe abnormally so. I nearly cried like I watched a Disney death scene or the like because I could not believe it. I wanted to bury my face into a chest; apparently hugging is a little outrageous in Japan but I felt that way.

I was shocked and touched because not just what she said was right but because it's was a total coincidence with my recent feelings, and I have trouble following such a message. it was a completely simple message.

For the past two weeks, I was just upset with myself. Even as I type, I still kind of am. Not AS much as before, but still confused. I took time off work and it's like I became more upset admist relaxing (or I was supposed to). I wanted to quit my job too because I couldn't get over the idea that I was where I was now due to being incompetent and poor, and I couldn't brainstorm over how to fix it. I'm ambitious, but am I working to hard for a low wage? Am I caring too much? In fact, I have a notice template saved on word document if I came to the point that I wanted to leave work. So, I had those kind of black thoughts.

I told myself that there can be a light at the end of the tunnel, believe in oneself, etc.

Despite that, I was not self-satisfied. I was still broke, and you can see more in my locked "Doggie story" entries. No need to talk about it again. So why does this still gather above my head to bother me? Because I feel like I'm not sharp enough to find a solution. Is it friends/social interaction? Is it patience?

So when I saw that message, I was unexpectedly filled with emotion. I still thought "how", at the same time, I was deeply touched and surprised. It could've been anyone else who said it, but I was overwhelmed this time.

And for some reason, I felt an underlying dread that something was going to happen to her.
doggiedynasty: (120% Enthusiasm)
I didn't look it up on the hows and whys, but wondered over the uses of glue mouse traps. Mice has been annoying lately, so I bought some traps, but couldn't get over the thought that I'm possibly making the mice starve to death when they get stuck? Unless the glue smell is killing them.

I'm sorry you guys, they got to go. And neither snapping their neck or crushing them is better. I kept seeing a baby in my washroom.

Anyways, it's the same old same old. I needed a break from work, so I took time off. I really was annoyed, and I was even more so when I came back because there's little care from those in each department. It just further blares a siren in my head that I should go elsewhere. But every time I job search, it's like I see things that I can't do. It could be just that maybe I've not been serious enough about it? Due to being strained by work?

Time off reminded me of that. I cleaned the house, I still kept sleeping early, I still think like I needed to get something, wasn't I even relaxed?

[EXCITEMENT! girlfriends]

On the morning of September 15, which I think is TODAY this evening in my time, this happens:

[ 一声入魂!アニメ声優塾」NHK・Eテレで“開講 ]
"Voice consecration! Anime Voice actor private school!"

SOURCES:
- Nhk: Shuumei Doki
- ORICON

- Shoko's site: Schedule info


Important Note: Takayama Minami does not use twitter, but the owner of this tweet is a big fan.

Or just read this article from MOON CHASE, heck check all of the blog if you're a Sailor Moon/Sera Myu fan: Shoko-Nakagawa-to-host-tv-show-shumi-doki-Masako-Katsuki-to-co-star-in-episode

My lady! (o >____< o)

Quote: セーラーネプチューン……(o.o) 何だっけ?」
"Sailor Neptune...what is that?"


Nakagawa Shoko was on the floor laughing, a hint on what's to come?

Youtube episodes are shared. I'm not sure what I'm more excited about. Maybe it's the results and how she influences others, seeing her personality more, or see what she says.

Which reminds me, she doesn't seem like a confident type, especially with appearance, which isn't fair because she is adorably chubby. But I hear the story on the effects of "actor's face" and "character image" a lot. She's also shy, the type who cries easily. I seriously want to draw a moe-looking SD Tsunade.

Furthermore, I see tweets such as "shock", "obaachan", and "debu" (kind of like "piggy" or "fattie"), and get a little annoyed because it seems like a serious thing in Japan. I can't go up and say "you're proportions are good".

I call my niece "fattie/chubby" all the time, because that makes her adorable. She does eat a lot (and STEAL my food) and laugh about it. It's genetic for her; she looks like her grandmother on father's side.

I'm just rambling.

I will look out.
doggiedynasty: (Sad)
I can't win can I?

Now sure if I can say if I should be more upset with myself or just how things are processed. I have little money.

All of this could've been avoided if I just had been more observant, but I rushed because I was too determined. This often happens. I rush because I wanted to do something so badly, and I was upset with being too distracted. I would have a plan laid out, but it isn't effective or isn't agreeable because I did not see holes. I did not one single important detail. That one detail or two would elude me for some reason.

And this is often the route to embarrassment.

....I would've been less upset if I had known sooner.

Back to square one. I hate myself sometimes.

On the good side: D.GRAYMAN has returned.
doggiedynasty: Doggie's crescent moon (Thinking)
I am almost on my 10th year. Having done much with the blog's looks.

I'm still blogging, and I still have people replying. So, for those who are, where have I met everybody from?
doggiedynasty: Doggie's crescent moon (Thinking)
What can be reasons as to why someone doesn't care for an opinion of another. He/she:
- Doesn't want to pointlessly argue back and forth
- Has mind set on what's the truth
- Has quickly decided on the impression of the other
- He/she is in love
- Too busy
- Established a circle of friends
- Is upset
- Professional in a particular area of knowledge

Read more... )

But that is to challenge.

I'm probably not making sense at all.

That also reminds me, seeing someone on fanfiction.net putting "Don't review my stories" in their profile.

Certainty, a review can have aimless material. It can be not a review, which is to assess what you read. It can be a flame for example, but there's no application to prevent reviews. So if you "review", that author will punish you for it.

INTERESTING WEEKEND
I have kittens in my side yard (where I have an exit window with stairs from downstairs to surface), so I just let their mom take care of them. It is a charming sight for someone who is more into dogs. Been seeing mama wandering around my area many times before.
doggiedynasty: Doggie's crescent moon (Thinking)
I get flattered much, but I don't think I'm that good.

Here's the thing: I'm too distracted, but lately have been racking my brain over my next (?) ambition and annoying people with questions. I don't have all the tools, and I'm going to have a talk with an adviser to ease my worries. It still feels like a nigh impossible thing to pursue, least in my case. A person should follow through with what they care about, but is it enough? Do I really have the talent?

I'm going to be a bit vague here because one or two things can prevent me to go along with this plan completely.

Having heartfelt feeling about it for years, it must be the right choice. I have been ignoring the feelings, but it might've been a mistake? So, what should I do? "Understand, work" is the practice. Do it incessantly. But first, before I do anything, I really should talk to the adviser first.

Aside from that, I had a long, tough working week. It is another problem, making things less flexible. The constant niece distraction isn't helping me at all, but I can finally say that she has a chance to go to school.

Napping is good.

NOTE to self: Update "A little about Doggie".
doggiedynasty: (120% Enthusiasm)
Some real doggie tales.

Because I've been receiving some rain and storm over here. Good ol' Michigan Spring. It just reminded me of the old days with my first dog, Ike. Majority of dogs hate thunder, but my dog didn't hide. He actually:
- Broke into my washroom
- Ran away
- Tried to dig under fence (and I think one time tried to slip between fence and house wall ~_~;)

That's all I can think of at the top of my head.

[Vehicles]
These Dodge Chargers are rampart in Michigan, and I swear are going to hurt me one of these days. They're variable in engine types, and they look like they drive quick.

If it's not a Charger, it's a Mustang. People drive too wild.
doggiedynasty: (120% Enthusiasm)
Well, as usual, a miserable week. I am getting extra frustrated with my niece, and it keeps me up late at night since that seems to be the only time I can get some peace and do what I wish. But I haven't been sleeping properly as it is lately. She says the darn-dest things that just melts the heart.

"No fighting, and no yelling."

"Baby needs a hug."

I want to quote as much as I can, but my memory can't maintain.

In the Watchlist World: Aldnoah ended, I haven't watched the Ronja final yet (I'm not in a rush) or the GARO animation final, Gundam Reconguista of G is over, and I finally watched Gundam The Origin.

I'll ramble about Gundam Reco another time, if that's possible. Not sure if I can even describe it. It is such a random show; I really can't believe how silly it was.

To quote another guy: "G Reco's barrier to entry is too much for me to recommend it to anyone. It'll be like telling people to run thru a doorway w/ unseen glass."Loved the comedy though.

Gundam The Origin suffers from a lack of animation budget, and there are shoes to fill after being spoiled by GUNDAM UNICORN, but I think ORIGIN is pretty good. Violence AND comedy. Fantastic.

[ GERMAN PLANE CRASH ]
I am not sure why anyone would allow a guy with not just only mental issues, but insignificant amount of flying hours, to fly a commercial airplane, especially with many passengers. I am sure that you need to be an officer.

It's a shame.

[ MOBILE GAME ]
Phone is giving me a little bit of sanity since I can't keep up with new console or console games, and life just sucks.

Peggle Blast gets harder or more unfair on the way up. I feel that it may end up like Candy Crush, and force me to slip it some pocket change just for a few extra turns. But I like achieving things through hard work, and that includes strong character and winning. and I'm paying through my data-loaded phone bill after all

I have no idea why I'm playing something as grueling as "Sonic & ALL STARS: Transformed" ON THE PHONE. I have to do easy mode ~_~ Why do I play racing games on the stupid phone? It's horrible! But yet, it's still fun from what I gather from it, and I may want it on console one day. Interesting themes (or mode) for the races, outside of battle and time trials, and the stages have different pathways. STILL, there are invisible walls, especially during flight mode and it's annoying.

Not to mention niece overlord wants to play it ^-^; Even though she has no idea what to do. She says, "can I have phone?" or "I wanna play car!" Is she becoming Petrolhead?
doggiedynasty: (Busy and Books)
First step.

I guess what is needed is a little hope, and a little negotiation.

But I also need to think. I need to find that place where I'm supposed to go.

Music time: Not heartbroken, but Brenda Lee had a pretty lovely voice. I could listen to her anytime almost.

"Want to be wanted".

(sigh)

Mar. 13th, 2015 09:31 pm
doggiedynasty: (Annoyed)
Doesn't seem to be a nice thing on my friends feed.

Hate it when I hear things and it makes me upset because I know well that I got my feelings hurt or laughed at for just...saying/doing minor things online and IRL. I can name a few things recently. It's so unnecessary that, after hearing another's story, I conjure up past garbage inside my brain and make myself insecure. No better considering where I am now. There's no telling what gets spread around through workplace or family.

But hey, that's the brain. Spontaneous.

I guess when you're highly educated and either in management or about to enter management, it's acceptable to be rude.

I also learn that it's OK to cut off your girlfriend/boyfriend for asking dumb questions. A single one maybe? but then again, I know someone who doesn't leave her abusive boyfriend of a bad reputation so it works either way. Well, to that guy, all I can say that you had her as a girlfriend.

So we all asked this question before: "How doesn't people know this/that?"

I think the answer is simple: Just not engaged enough.

Today was just one of those tired weeks.
doggiedynasty: (The Ban Stare)
Ask YOUNG LINK: Never stop trying

An actress? A novelist? A hero? A manager? A game designer?

I'm still frustrated at the babysitting, and this thought occurred to me -- I am not aiming. The more I think about it, the more I feel I am just putting myself in one place most of the time, and being stuck 10 years behind. Someone with so much ambition, is easily inspired with a will to live, shouldn't have to work with so little result.

I'm often behind and I keep asking where I should go. Like I said before, I felt that I was doing the right thing tending to a little girl. Compared to someone who called said girl "an accident". A commitment is towards her, but I don't support myself.

I didn't want children myself. Didn't want a family life because I pursue answers to common problems. Overtake them before anything happens.

No, maybe, maybe, I didn't know what to do with myself. I probably should've been fulfilled 5 or so years ago. Of course there must be challenges.

It's like I beat myself up for where I am.
doggiedynasty: Doggie's crescent moon (Default)
Banagai


That's what it's all about. Of course the bass I'm thinking of doesn't rhyme with ass, unless its the fish.

Unnerving Christmas Eve, driving nearly blind in a rainy night.

I've come to the conclusion that this is one of the worst years thus far.

On the side of my mother's family, two people died and for one she had to leave the country. My dog died of course.

GamerGate made a commotion, and I still have yet to understand the full details of it, or rather, being a girl gamer myself, I didn't want to realize that gender bias had so much negative consequences effecting a wide community.

An array of earaches!!! I have one now. This hasn't happened, not this often in a whole year, since childhood.

JewWario, Nagai Ichiro, Naya Rokuro right near the end (that man wasn't 80...), Joan Rivers, Bob Hoskins, John Pinette, Mickey Rooney, Joe Cocker, Maya Angelou, Robin....etc.

John Pinette was very sudden. He could easily humor me with, I guess you would call, "fat boy comedy". What fat people love to eat, can or can't do, etc.

After Kyoryuger successfully brought me to Sentai, I enter Tokkyuger. Personally, I think it has a better storyline when it regards the characters because there isn't a person in the world that didn't have a childhood. But Kyoryuger has the best characters comparing the two, especially the best villains. For Tokkyuger, the most interesting baddie is probably Schwarz.

Thanks to Rider Gaim, or Gaimu, I probably received my very first net gift: GAIM LOCKSEEDS. Even thought, Gaimu was a Urobochi balance of life mess. I'm not even sure what kept me watching. It wasn't horrible, but Urobochi enjoys questioning morals such as justice and evil. So he's going to shove desperation and confusion down us. But torture is always fun in fiction, so why not. But I am seeing better in W and OOO. What was good was the various Riders/arms, and plenty of fighting, especially between riders. Cool items such as the Hinawa Daidai DJ Gun. Just how did a situation between dance groups escalate into something so horrible? Easily kids find battle in a game, at least before the reality of the other-worldly monsters dawn on them.

Naruto ends in 15 years.

And there is a wide array of civil rights issues that I will not discuss about.

I bought and beat Legend of Zelda: SKYWARD SWORD. Definitely a good game.

And then there's me. Constant babysitting, I had to put many shows on hold. Let's just say that enjoying hobbies is not easy. I think at this point I cracked. It makes me want to question my moral compass.

I believe that my resolution was to read at least 3 or 4 books. Don't think I succeeded, but finished Pirates Latitude, an adventure against the Spanish, and Yukikaze, an inquisition about man in a world of machines. Reading these, and reading American Sniper now, just makes me remember the convenience of reading.

And my Hyrule Historia is still collecting dust (but I guess I keep it hidden now, even after beating SKyward Sword, because niece overlord likes it and will rip it). I should just put on a Zelda Medley and open up the book.

But right now, the Christmas season has me in its grasp. As well as munchkin.
doggiedynasty: (Annoyed)
Banagai


Of course the bass I'm thinking of doesn't rhyme with ass, unless its the fish.

Unnerving Christmas Eve, driving nearly blind in a rainy night.

I've come to the conclusion that this is one of the worst years thus far.

On the side of my mother's family, two people died and for one she had to leave the country. My dog died of course.

GamerGate made a commotion, and I still have yet to understand the full details of it, or rather, being a girl gamer myself, I didn't want to realize that gender bias had so much negative consequences effecting a wide community.

An array of earaches!!! I have one now. This hasn't happened, not this often in a whole year, since childhood.

JewWario, Nagai Ichiro, Naya Rokuro right near the end (that man wasn't 80...), Joan Rivers, Bob Hoskins, John Pinette, Mickey Rooney, Joe Cocker, Maya Angelou, Robin....etc.

John Pinette was very sudden. He could easily humor me with, I guess you would call, "fat boy comedy". What fat people love to eat, can or can't do, etc.

After Kyoryuger successfully brought me to Sentai, I enter Tokkyuger. Personally, I think it has a better storyline when it regards the characters because there isn't a person in the world that didn't have a childhood. But Kyoryuger has the best characters comparing the two, especially the best villains. For Tokkyuger, the most interesting baddie is probably Schwarz.

Thanks to Rider Gaim, or Gaimu, I probably received my very first net gift: GAIM LOCKSEEDS. Even thought, Gaimu was a Urobochi balance of life mess. I'm not even sure what kept me watching. It wasn't horrible, but Urobochi enjoys questioning morals such as justice and evil. So he's going to shove desperation and confusion down us. But torture is always fun in fiction, so why not. But I am seeing better in W and OOO. What was good was the various Riders/arms, and plenty of fighting, especially between riders. Cool items such as the Hinawa Daidai DJ Gun. Just how did a situation between dance groups escalate into something so horrible? Easily kids find battle in a game, at least before the reality of the other-worldly monsters dawn on them.

Naruto ends in 15 years.

And there is a wide array of civil rights issues that I will not discuss about.

I bought and beat Legend of Zelda: SKYWARD SWORD. Definitely a good game.

And then there's me. Constant babysitting, I had to put many shows on hold. Let's just say that enjoying hobbies is not easy. I think at this point I cracked. It makes me want to question my moral compass.

I believe that my resolution was to read at least 3 or 4 books. Don't think I succeeded, but finished Pirates Latitude, an adventure against the Spanish, and Yukikaze, an inquisition about man in a world of machines. Reading these, and reading American Sniper now, just makes me remember the convenience of reading.

And my Hyrule Historia is still collecting dust (but I guess I keep it hidden now, even after beating SKyward Sword, because niece overlord likes it and will rip it). I should just put on a Zelda Medley and open up the book.

But right now, the Christmas season has me in its grasp. As well as munchkin.
doggiedynasty: (Super Cry)
My mother is currently out of town to attend a funeral.

There's talk about suing Joan Rivers' doctor.

I'll just leave this:




In this case, my Hyouga crying icon is very suitable.

As for me, slight ear pain. Had some snow. Really, there isn't much to say. Not much I can do with the baby involved, and it's annoying on and off. Keep losing my inspiration when I tell myself that "I'm stuck".

TV wise, I picked up TERRAFORMARS.

stressbuto
doggiedynasty: Doggie's crescent moon (Doggie)
I forgot to post my thoughts on FREE! Season 1. Apparently, there's going to be English dub for FREE! S2, and people want Vic Mignogna (voicing Rin) replaced. With all the resent, he might as well stop working?

To keep it brief, S1 was lovely. For a short season, we got through a friendship and this aesthetic understanding of swimming.

jirokazetachi


NAUSICAA: TWR Reviews

I finally watched The Wind Rises (風立ちぬ; KAZE TACHINU). Did not disappoint. The movie definitely touched the heart of someone who loves airplanes, and its a movie created from the heart of someone who loves airplanes. Not sure if I'd call its Miyazaki's best work but you can tell it's from him.
Considering that I'm too busy, I can't elaborate.

I had to watch it in two days. Halfway on Saturday, then this morning. It's two hours, and I was multitasking which included babysitting.

I do wonder about Anno Hideaki. Miyazaki, I know Anno is your friend and that he's a director, but using what he [Anno] knows to exhibit Jiro's passion is not convincing. Especially for love.
doggiedynasty: (Sad)
I don't like having regrets.

I'm facing cowardice again. If I think "I want to", or "I can", such as being a pilot or joining the military, it'd be enough to put some faith in the ability called "trying". Still now, I keep holding myself back.

Just like being a game master for RPGS. Just what went wrong?

Reflecting, I often found myself not liking the crew that I'm with. An unmotivated, insulting group. Play-by-post RPGS grew tedious. Maybe I shouldn't say that; games are like that when you play a game more than once, or various genres. I'm having the same feelings in workplace. I sense that a part of my crew is dragging and not that fabulous, or is it my imagination?

But more importantly, I again forget how to love myself, to stop worrying, and to stop staying in one spot because I feel some burden.

Being positive, enthusiasm, I have these. But I always worry about accumulating knowledge. Indecision, feeling that I don't have the right talent because I keep being turned down. I let the past fuel my insecurities because of what people said to me.

"No...I can't be a leading type. [I did that before]".

But I think, it looks like, I'm really depended on because of something I have.
doggiedynasty: (120% Enthusiasm)
I forgot something in my last entry, but it's a matter separate from niece. Still, it does do with me and how I face things.

On to skyward. I'll try to keep this spoiler-less.

filink


IGN: "Why do people hate Skyward Sword so much?
About Wii: Why Misguided Critics are Hating on Skyward Sword

Well I certainty don't regret playing it at all. I am playing both Skyward Sword and SNES's retro Link to the Past (Triforce of Gods). So I get a good taste of both retro 16-bit zelda and the post-Ocarina time that seems to become the console zelda revolutionized into 3-D. Or the latter seems to be today's most popular image of zelda for consoles. Even after Ocarina, there were slide-screen 2-D games such as Minish Cap and Link between Worlds. Phantom Hourglass is 3-D, but closer to the older "over the character's head" style. I'm not that good with game terms.

I was annoyed that the Wiimotion (or just the adapter) was required for Skyward, when the device/remote doesn't seem to be fundamental in many other games, nor does it improve the function of the Wii Remote. But soon as I got my hands on the adapter and immersed myself more into the game, and this is especially after the gap of time due to having to buy another wiimotion adapter, Skyward became more entertaining.

The more I tried towards this game, the better I got. The controls were an issue but easily adaptable. Actually, they're kind of impressive. The sword strikes are swift and effective. Link's sword was always quick when you tapped the button. I just wish there was weapon parrying (nut I guess that is not necessary when you have a shield. You can swing back projectiles.)

I thought the controls wouldn't work out since I am going from plug-in controller play to unconventional sensor play. In fact, I was considered about that with the Wii system overall when I first purchased it. "I can't play with a motion controller. The whole experience will end up weird. And what if the signals won't pick up?"

And sometimes it doesn't. I ended up plugging that adapter in and out, but most of the time it works well. Well, skydiving...not really. I thought it was an interesting idea for Nintendo to go along with.

Now I'm more determined to get back into Hyrule Historia. Skyward begins in Skyloft, a floating island where everyone travels using Loftwings (giant birds). As a plane enthusiast, this is perfect. And you can fly and leap off the bird. Unfortunately, the traveling world in the air isn't that big, and controlling it is painful in the beginning. I don't think you do much when it comes to Loftwing Activity.

Like with Twilight Princess, there's horseback riding and it was also a subsidiary way of combat. It was slightly annoying, but I was very exciting because of how you faced the enemies. You lack that with the Loftwing. At least, that's what I've faced so far.

So far, I thought the bosses were a bit better. One I thought was a bit frustrating due to a particular thing you have to do because of the boss's immunity, but after Twilight Princess, I am impressed (Stallord is still the best?).

I died at least once at every TP boss (and they were mostly easy), but I didn't have the same case with SS bosses even though they were a little more tricky. The controls do contribute to the difficulty, since many bosses require specific pinpoint strikes, but the bosses do have a unique style. I liked the one in the Cistern. For Link to the Past, some ranged from easy to determining it all with speed and luck. The latter is due to a lot of things happening at the same time while you're trying to hit the boss, and LoTP forces you to bring a plenty of heart potions. I don't think I've faced that same frustration in SS. That might not be possible to emit in a 3-D Zelda, especially with sensor controls, or you'll jsut end up breaking the tv.

When I wake up:
- The Puzzles
- Fear Factor??
- Attention to Detail
- Uneventful Chest opens
- Limited Inventory + why arrows if bow is late!!!
- Some items are useless
doggiedynasty: (Annoyed)
Skyward Sword review (so far) is next. This is just a ramble on how I've been doing. I said I wasn't going to talk about it anymore, but it's inevitable since it's going to swallow up so much of my time along with being a workoholic.

Read more... )

Despite all this, I'm a guardian w/o transferred custody. That's just it.



As for me, things might look up.
doggiedynasty: (The Ban Stare)
I can't count how many times I've been sick this year, and I need to practice anti-earache remedies. Last week was a cold, this week is an another earache. If I'm going to have earaches after every hair appointment, I need to do something.

Also, tons of rain.

And niece overlord really loves french fries, and thinks I must come home with fries. "You have frai-es?" Yes, she's still stuck with me.

Glad I'm playing SKYWARD SWORD. Big entry on that some day on what I think of it so far. I don't regret picking it up.

I finished Yukikaze (book), so now I need GOOD LUCK Yukikaze.
But I feel like I need to read the first half again to make sure I full fathomed since there is a theme about inhuman/machine-like and human. It's more clearer in later chapters. If there's one thing I know: That Yukikaze is really broken. I think I understood maybe 70% of the plane's statistics?

I think, in particular, that "Faery Winter" chapter was pretty good.

And question of the month: WHAT DO YOU NEED A UZI FOR?!



On the bright and sunny side:


Loved my NES!

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