The electricity’s finally been fixed and I can finally go back to my room to settle back to my usual life again. No more lights flickering, no more computer not staying on for even a millisecond, and of course, the pain of losing all of your saved data on your PS3,1 and the web projects halted on hiatus, as well as my lifelong online studying, can finally continue.
And when the time (and inspiration) comes, I’ll even go back to writing whatever fiction stories I may come up in mind.
At the moment, thanks to Netflix, I’ve gotten immersed myself in to K-dramas… that is, historical K-dramas. I’ve always loved world history altogether, and to be honest, I haven’t read much about Korea’s ancient history2 and its culture, so therefore I’m watching. I’ll write more about it later. I still think that modern K-dramas are too similar to J-dramas in my opinion. Not all, but a lot of them.
And then, there’s too many things I have in mind right now. At the same time, I’m waiting for something special to happen.
On the sidenote...
- luckily, not all. Since Destiny is an online multiplayer FPS, everything I worked for my warlock character is still there. Whew. [↩]
- aside from being a former colony of Japan and the division between North and South… [↩]