I blogged my previous entry through my phone using the WordPress for Android app. Today, I am blogging using my brother’s computer, as well as temporarily sleeping1 at my brother’s room2 until the whole almost-month long electricity problem is finally fixed for good. According to Dad, the electrician guy will return tomorrow to work on the outlets. In short, after 2-3 days of cleaning up my bookshelf and my room last week, my room is completely messed up again.
The electricity had gone really worse and worse. I can’t use my computer, nor even do my gaming in my room. I can’t even turn on the lights. That goes the same with the bathroom across from my room and my sisters’ rooms adjacent to mine. I have to take my showers in my parents’ master bathroom and resorted to using dry shampoo for the first time since I don’t wash my hair everyday.3 I wish there is such thing as dry soap but let’s not get to that.
There’s so many inconveniences that occurred with me since this blasted electricity flickering problem. I can’t even talk to anyone on Skype anymore. My Skype app isn’t working properly on my phone no matter how many times I tried to uninstall and reinstall. I can’t even work on my (WordPress-based) web projects anymore because I didn’t write the passwords down.4 Worse, I can’t even do my online studying at Udemy, mainly because all of them are hands-on and watching videos isn’t going to help me learn anything (as in Udemy app for my phone). I don’t even play MMOs anymore because my brother doesn’t play MMOs.
Therefore, I’m stuck on PS3 gaming, reading, and occasional journal writing. It’s hard to do art therapy so I went on to start on therapeutic writing. Gotta love Kindle for the reference eBooks.
Who knows when will I able to blog (properly) again. It’s hard doing touchscreen typing on the phone just to blog.
On the sidenote...
- and PS3 console gaming [↩]
- my brother recently moved to a new apartment, so he’s temporarily not living with us as of last month. [↩]
- I discovered dry shampoos when I saw my sister’s rather expensive dry shampoo in our bathroom just sitting there. She must have forgotten to bring it with her when she moved out to her new house with her husband. The dry shampoo that I bought from WalMart only cost me a little close to $6. [↩]
- they were in a text file in my computer’s hard drive… should’ve saved it in my Evernote… [↩]