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So, I haven’t made a personal post in a while, so I thought I’d update you on my life a bit. First off, the biggest news since the Shining Stars Young Adult Rocky Mountain Adventure is that I went to Disneyland! It was quite the experience. In this post there are LOTS of pictures and a bit of video of the parades, fireworks, and attractions.
My Tomodachi Life seems to be moving along pretty well, even when I’m gone for a few months. I wonder if Ninja and Aly are going to get together? I wouldn’t be surprised if they get married… call it a hunch.
I told Hurricane that she had a love-child with Maus, which made my newest niece make a funny face. It was funny. I told her that their child Audrey looked like a little old lady, but more fascinating was that I set her to travel abroad across and out to other DS systems in other Tomodachi islands. Their legacy lives on!
Tomodachi life is a funny thing. I got a whole crapload of money at the donation drive that I…
Well, looks like Tomodachi life is up to some shenanigans. First there is the mysterious man on the roller coaster. There IS a new resident that was submitted. Some dreams and partying are going on, but there’s some BIG news! What could it be?
Hurricane is my sister-in-law, and Maus is my partner. So they got married. It’s funny to me because one time Hurricane admitted to having a bad dream about marrying Maus (or something similar to that), and now, they have (virtually). That’s not the best part. I wrote earlier a tiny bit about some good news that Maus and Hurricane have to report.
So, it’s another Saturday. I have this problem, although its a luxurious problem, and a total first world problem. (Yes, I’m playing the song from Weird Al Yankovic in the background right now.) The problem is that, since I don’t have to get up to walk and get my medication, I sleep in, usually until noon these days.
A while ago, when coming back from the Vocal Arts Festival that Maus was in, we took a detour to the Denver Aquarium.
I say this tongue in cheek. I was very very angry this weekend. But at the same time, I was very scared. You see, my weekend involved getting hog tied by the police, carried out of my apartment in a canvas burrito-stretcher, injected with haldol, and shackled for hours to a hospital bed. How was your weekend?