So-! I guess I should make use of the remaining two months of my Premium and write a nice journal, eh? Another long one too, it seems.
Yes! The trip was a huge success. I met *Luppa
(still mad that ~istar120
was in another country)... it seemed unreal at the time, and it seems unreal now, but when we hung out it felt just natural
. You know? We went to Edinburgh Festival Fringe shows, trawled shops, watched movies, drew stuff together, walked around a little pointlessly... glorious times. ;A;
I'm not gonna spam you with pictures, but here's one that basically sums it up:
and just one more because I can't resist
in rennys bed WATCHIN PORN not really you can see i'm actually on the AALC chat lol
Breaking news: it's still being shitty. After the trip, it felt mostly fine, because I haven't been doing with it much at all, but now it's basically hurting all the time again. I've forgotten what it was like to be able to draw without worrying about the pain. xD;; I'm gonna go to a doctor who specializes in hand issues, though, since the last one, who was just an orthopedist, had no clue.
After the Dynamo thing, I offered to my mom that if there is a need, I can interview somebody again. And, well, I did- two more magicians that do a show on Discovery, some random dude in a game show (and that bit is gonna be on the show, on TV) and Bear Grylls. Yeah. He came to Poland to promote new seasons of his shows, and people from TV magazines and whatnot were invited to the presentation that took place in a huge room where various exhibitions are usually held. At one point they asked for a volunteer for Bear to teach how to use a fire starter. Guess who just got up and marched onto the stage in front of the 200-something people.
The interview itself took place the next day, in the cafe of a hotel. He recognized me right away x'D Very nice man, super friendly and charismatic. We sat around a table and me, in place of my not-so-confident-in-English mom who was by my side, along with like five other journalists asked him questions in turn. It was great, I like talking to people, and being able to make money off it would not be half bad.
Still hoping to be a comedian, though. I've been going to open mics again, doing so-so, but I'm starting to really get over stage fright, so maybe I can finally... not be constrained by that. That'd be good.
Baby steps, baby steps...
As I'm reading over this journal again, it sounds like I'm leading some super busy, glamorous life x'D But these are just a few things that happened in the past two months, the rest of that time being spent mostly in my room. I'm still a loser, doncha guys worry.
What have you lot been doing?