I have been over the moon lately!
Firstly, my biggest fear (=having to return to the media school) got hammered down since I officially got into the art school! I got 20 points more than the lowest accepted score, so I made it rather brightly. I came home from the entrance exam crying, because I was sure I effed it up completely. But dayum, I am still so happy!
Secondly, I got to meet
in real life! She paid a two weeks long visit here, and I loved every moment of having her around. We started a little guild with
and some downstairs neighbors/art school classmates of mine :') I decided to revive one of my oldest and most important RP characters, Claudine Moore, as Cloverine Ravenwood (same person under an alias).
Anyhow, I am still surprised that a person from the great big England could enjoy Lapland so much. Everything is so far away, there's hardly any people, and nothing ever happens. Next time Imma go to England and stare around with the tourist expression on my face and go "Oooooo!" at everything I see.
Thirdly, I fled to enjoy my summer in Hocspy's place! I arrived here yesterday morning, and ever since we've been playing games, making fruity smoothies and gone on sporty walks! It's pretty amazing, I usually detest going on walks and doing sports in general, but since Hocspy lives in the middle of farms and fields, I find the scenery absolutely beautiful, and it's even a bigger joy than feeling that you've accomplished something.
Later on we're going to head to the historical capital of Finland, Turku, and we're also going to head to Helsinki as well. I am looking forward to the art museums and sushi bars, even if we've done so well eating healthy during my stay. Even if it's only been one day, I am still proud! There's always candy, buns, icecream and what not being served...
The best thing about this thing called "Southern Finland" is that they got no mosquitos here! TheCupcakeCow got good itches from Lapland, since it seems that local bloodsuckers are more into foreign blood. And talk about insects, I also adopted two baby spiderlings. Both of them are Acanthoscurria geniculata tarantulas. My dearie boyfriend
stayed home to look after them (which I find hilarious, since he wasn't too fond of them at first at least), our snake and my rat as well. I know he'll do perfectly <3