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Oh! Hey! Didn't see you there! What? You didn't see me either? Well that figures seeing as I actually haven't been on DA for pretty much an entire year!

Yeah, I could apologize but most of my journal entries consist of apologies and excuses as to why I haven't been on DA for extended periods of time...

So I'll save you the trouble of reading another one of those. (But that doesn't mean I'm not sorry!)

So, I am officially no longer a school student! Yep! I actually finished secondary school forever on Friday 13th of June. It's so unlucky it can't even be considered coincidence! I also happened to have my last GCSE that day which was in fact Maths, my worse subject. "Just think positive thoughts and all will be well... I hope..."

"Prom" was crap just as I thought it would be... Have no Idea why I even bothered going! Thank goodness I didn't spend outrageous amounts of money on a dress for one night of my life... One night that was crap anyway...  

I went to Center Parcs with my best friend ANIMEGIRAFFE! That was a brilliant little get away and I had sooo much fun!

Now I don't have to go to school or college till September and I have all this spare time on my hands... 
I had all these awesome ideas of what I would do with all this time such as:
- Vamp up old furniture into awesome practical artwork
- Practice my drawing skills for College in September
- Practice my harp and guitar
- Be more frequent with my Japanese lessons
- Go to lots of parties and make new friends

What have I done? Sleep for extended and undisclosed amounts of time and anime binge excessively...
I have a problem and my problem is procrastination... I also procrastinate about going on DA, which probably explains my absence.

I'm working on it okay! Bloody hell! 

Hope to talk to you all soon!!!

  • Listening to: Nothing...
  • Reading: Nothing...
  • Watching: Nothing...
  • Playing: Nothing...
  • Eating: Nothing...
  • Drinking: Nothing...


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It's a secret...
Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
United Kingdom
I live for Japan, and hope to make it big over there at some point in my life through my skills.

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EriMed Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2014
Thanks for all the favs:hug:
LOVE4JAPAN Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
No problemo! I love your work! :)
EriMed Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2014
Clap  and also thanks for the watch
LOVE4JAPAN Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Don't mention it! I love your work!!! :)
LOVE4JAPAN Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
No problemo! I really do like it.. LOVE it in fact! I think it's a beautiful, well thought out piece and I found myself crying after reading it! I look forward to more of your work! 
WeirdAndLovely Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh wow.  That's an incredible compliment to me, that I made you cry.  Can I ask you what the circumstances were with each stanza?  I'd like to see how well I brought my life through in the poem...
LOVE4JAPAN Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes! Of course! I'm extremely sorry about the late reply! I haven't been on DA In what feels like eternity!

Stanza one: It was the beauty of love and happiness I saw in this stanza... I recognize the situation and feel like I've lived it.

Stanza two: Sorrow and despair is what I feel through this stanza... Similar feeling have been felt before.

Stanza three: A feeling of relief, one at which we are all common with once we feel calm.

Stanza four: You sense a feeling of nostalgia, and can't help but reminisce the previous stanzas. (A wedding is always beautifully tearful).

Stanza five: The newly weds, respecting the old little things, a beautiful calming picture that makes one feel happy and content.

Stanza six: A lost mother's gift to her daughter, a father full of love and a story told by the necklace being passed down... enough to bring me to tears! 

I would just like to say you have written this very well!
For example, using the word, "click" to signify the official new owner of the necklace was very well done!
I also noticed you included the 'click' towards the end of every stanza and at the beginning of the sentence. This leads the reader to believe that the necklace is soon to be passed onto the next stanza/person!

A beautiful story told through the passing of a necklace, I love it!
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Bonds-webComic Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Cain and Abel : Thanks for the watch!
LOVE4JAPAN Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
No problemo! 。◕‿◕。
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