Listening to: Whatever le bf is playing
Reading: Voljin: Shadows of the Horde
Eating: Thai Cube and chocolate
... Really, I don't bother to be! Firstly, my PC failed me a week or two ago for the first time, a classmate kicked it back into working, but clearly there's something more massive going on in there that needs replacement. The first time around, I went through all the money making opportunities in my mind and figured I could quite easily gather about 550 euros by selling some valuable items I don't do much with.
Firstly, I am selling away my beautiful Critter Nation cage. Old Victor was sent to rats' Valhalla around Halloween, after almost 3 years of relentless hopping and skipping and doing ratty things, despite getting sick often. I am still sad and terrified to find the living room so quiet and lifeless, I still bring food to the spot where the cage used to be in hopes of spoiling my old rat with treats.
Secondly, my resin doll. I paid 380 euros for her, and fairly over 50 for her clothes and wigs and whatnot, and since I really quite lost interest in her, I could sell her into a new, loving home where she gets the attention she deserves.
So yeah, I am going to be fine.
My mellow mood might also be because I am recovering my adventurous trip in Helsinki. We went to see mister Aurelio Voltaire play his first ever gig in Finland, and.. well, I am still all fluttery and hyped about it. He was such a friendly person, and a wonderful live performer! Now I got my very own tour poster and Candy Claws plushie, both signed, and I got hugs in return for my little piece of fan art. :')
...Thinking back, I am certain I was the most awkward, stuttery fangirl ever. Oh well, better articulation next time!
I really enjoyed meeting and making friends in Helsinki as well. And obviously all my material needs are satisfied by the local goth store that consumed all of my money, but I really feel happy with my purchases. There's really not much goth/metal/otherwisealternative scene in where I live, so it was so refreshing to actually go out and end up making friends with people with similar taste! Looking forward to meeting them, along with my older pals again when I return down south next month after Jule!