I've been designing new Ever After High OCs. I didn't want to start drawing until I had designs finalized, so that's why you folk didn't see anything new from me until today, beginning with Meriwether Godmother. I'm planning others for the franchise along with some other artworks and written works.
I start a brand new job Saturday, working at Justice (a store for tween girls [previously Limited Too and now TweenBrands Inc.] that stocks lots of Monster High and Ever After High stuff, including dolls, clothes, and accessories. Oh my ra, isn't it a perfect gig for me?) so I'll be spending my week until then drawing, designing, and most of all, polishing up some songs I wrote for the four of my OCs! [that is a run-on sentence if I've ever seen one] I have one done but I'll wait until I have all my girls up and in their groups to post it. There are non-fandom related things I want to do too, but I have to draw my EAH stuff while it's still fresh in my mind.
As for life thus-far has been trying, with dreams so vivid I still remember the details hours after I wake up, my home life draining the energy from me, and sudden weak spells of both body and mind, but I'm determined to be fit as a fiddle for work this weekend. I'm planning on snatching up a PS3 bundle on Black Friday morning or hopefully online when I get home, so I need to work up my energy for that, too. I better start exercising!
And last but not least, birthday, birthday, birthday~! Yes sir, I'll be seventeen years of age on December the 10th. No more getting parental permission to buy M-rated games or needing to be accompanied to R-rated movies! Of course, that marks one year until I turn eighteen and an official adult (so not ready), but I'm hoping that with work and stuff, I'll be a wee bit more prepared. Oh yeah! Tuesday (as in tomorrow, the 19th), I'm getting my GED certificate coupled with a cool $100 check, which means next fall I can start college! I'll be attending MGCCC, the community college in town, for a year, and then transfer to USM (University of Southern Mississippi) for a full four-year gig. I need to get my ass in gear to take the ACT, but I won't worry about it until January.
That's it, my friends! Hope you stick around to see more stuff! I promise I'll be way more productive than last fall. Peace out!