Sunday, 26 July 2009

Weekend Scribbles 12

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Sazzy's mood: Satisfied
Sazzy's listening to: Pre-parade by Rie Kugimiya

Hi guys!
Despite the constant glitches in FP, I managed to upload Ch 7 of the YouTuber.
I don't have any poems for this weekend scribble (I could probably make one but I'm too lazy.)
btw. I've just finished a sketch of myself lying on my bed while drawing. haha.
I might scan it sometime and post it here. :)
As a last note, I'd just like to officially welcome my summer holiday! NO Classes, NO bedtime restrictions and NO Homeworks! Banzai!!!

Tuesday, 21 July 2009

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Good morning!
haha! this is just a tiny post to say hi to everyone :)
I think i'm ill....

Monday, 20 July 2009

LUC workshop - Saturday, 18th of July 2009

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This is my 70th post!
Shall i bore you with my comic workshop experience?

The other day, Me and my friend went to a comic workshop held by the London Underground Comics at our local library.

The picture above is the lecture room where the workshop took place. The two people standing at the front are from left: Oliver Lambden and Oli Smith and those people who are sitting are my fellow workshopper.... i don't know their names. Oliver and Oli are accompanied by Sean Azzopardi, who unfortunately, is not in this picture.

The day started alright. I came into the room without any expectations so I was not dissappointed. For the first part of the workshop, they talked about how they got into the business, being published and how they started- 2 hours of that.



At 12:00 we took a lunch break and after that is where the fun part starts. They told us a few things about pannelling and different formats of a comic and told us to make our own - with their help of course. Up there is the draft our own comic titled 'DOGG-E The Bounty Hunter' It was a collaboration between me and my friend. I drew that little comic strip and she drew that dog with the billowy cape.

Due to the time, we didn't get to finish our comic but it was fun nontheless. I think we shouldn't have taken it too seriously. LOL. We also made a little four panel comic which was made like the word-association game but instead of words, we drew them. I didn't keep mine and gave it to the instigator of the little comic because he seemed to really want it. LOL.

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People who throw kisses are hopelessly lazy.
-Bob Hope

Saturday, 18 July 2009

Weekend Scribbles 11

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My messy scribble lay forgotten,
jumbled words swirling in my head.
Incoherent thoughts
invading my mind.
Have you forgotten?
Or chose to forget?

Saturday, 12:32 am

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I intend this entry to be short and simple. (I hope so.)

I am on my 60+ post and I think that's really awesome. Haha. I think I'm the only one who agrees with that. The reason is... i guess... you could say that I am making up for the lost time. It was such a pity when I mistakenly deleted a lot of blog entries. I admit, that was such an idiotic act. But in turn, something good came out of it. That is, it made me want to blog more. :)

I just watched the Harry Potter and the Half blood prince movie. It was a good film - as always. But it can never compare to the book.

I have found that I cannot finnish a large popcorn on my own. I thought i'd just randomly sneak that fact in. LOL.

At the moment, I am sleepy and I just, gladly, gotten over a sudden clawing pain in my lower abdomen. I am pretty much used to such pain but I can never feel comfortable or happy with it. I mean, who wants to feel pain?

Another random fact that I thought I'd throw in is that, today is my last day of school! It's finally the long awaited summer vacation. I would also be attending a comic workshop held by the London Underground comic artists at our local library, tomorrow at 10 am.

Ugh, I just felt a sudden wave of faint. I think it's time to sleep. haha.

Good night :)

Tuesday, 14 July 2009

Personality Patterns

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Centered

You often feel balanced and on top of things, even when those around you are freaking out. You're in a pretty good state all the time, and not subject to drastic mood swings.

You don't usually react before you think; you're not ruled by your emotions.


Scrupulous

You are an honest, fair person. You don't lie or cheat to get ahead. You treat others with respect and hope for the same in return.

You do not feel that you are above the rules that everyone else follows; you are definitely not willing to do whatever it takes to get ahead.


Prudent

You look before you leap, think before you act, consider what you're about to say before you open your mouth to speak; that's why you rarely have to eat your words.

You usually don't get excited easily or blurt out the first thing that comes to mind without considering the consequences.


Calm

You rarely become irritated, generally accept people as they are, take things as they come, and feel relaxed in most situations.

You do not let a minor annoyance escalate to a confrontation. You don't regularly snap at those around you or fly off the handle with little provocation.


Introspective

You like your own company; you're a very interesting person. Tracking your own mental processes, knowing what you're thinking and why you do what you do, is important to you. Often, what's going on in your mind is more compelling than what's going on outside. For the most part, those with a high score on the "introspective" trait enjoy reading, taking long walks, learning new things, and other solitary activities.

You are not someone who is constantly looking to be among a group of friends; you never feel bored when you are by yourself.


Resilient

You bounce back quickly from adversity. For you, all setbacks are temporary. You don't dwell on bad news, bad luck, or criticism; you regroup and focus on solving the problem, whatever it may be.

You almost never feel that there's too much on your plate, that you don't have the strength to deal with the bad hand you've been dealt, or that you're going to lose it if you have to deal with one more problem.


Upbeat

You enjoy being around others and others enjoy being around you. You have a "live and let live" attitude; because you know that no one's perfect, you are forgiving and happy to give the benefit of the doubt.

You don't feel the need to be controversial or express contrary opinions all the time. You see no reason to go around rubbing people the wrong way.


Cautious

You very rarely make a move without first considering the pros and cons and, therefore, rarely do anything foolish or extravagant.

You are not rash; you almost never act before you think and, therefore, rarely end up doing things you later regret.


Responsible

You fulfill your obligations and responsibilities, are true to your word, and generally obey the rules. While the majority of those who have a high score on the "responsible" trait enjoy traveling, they are usually very happy to return home — and don’t mind staying put for a while.

You're opposed to making hasty decisions, you don't insist that you're above the rules, nor do you feel compelled to color outside the lines.


Unflappable

You are not a slave to your emotions. It takes a lot to upset or unnerve you. That's why you're a good person to have around in a crisis.

You don't let it all hang out, which means that those around you often don't know the pressures you're under or what you're going through. You're not the kind of person people run from in a crisis.

Monday, 13 July 2009

Traumatic Biology report?

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I decided to write since I am pretty much getting bored. So what shall I tell you people today? Do you want to hear about my day?

Well, my day started out to be quite good, although, I was late this morning - not the point. Ok. Maybe it wasn't as good as I wanted it to be. To tell the truth, my morning was somehow bad. On top of being late, we had to deliver a report in Biology first thing in the morning.

In all honesty, we did well in that report. It was just that we didn't really put much effort into it and we ended up with not-so-well presented posters. The other people in my group were fine and they actually know what they were talking about. I, however, do know what I am talking about but I was too nervous to say them properly. Picture this: Me and my group were standing up behind a row of tables. My teacher and four other people in the other group were on the other side, listening to us. My notes with all the explanation to save my life well written out for me and all i had to do was read it. Me, standing there holding an A3 poster titled 'The Electron Transport Chain', my hands shaking, my voice really really low (i doubt they were able to hear it or maybe they did because I was corrected by my teacher for mixing the redox reactions), them staring at me waiting patiently for me to finish. Then me having a mental blackout.

Yes, not a pretty sight. I should've just read the explanation off my notes and everything would have been nice and dandy. Instead, I opted to explaining it all with jumbled words off my heart - a stupid thing to do really.

After that traumatic morning (I am being sarcastic), the rest of the day went really smooth. After classes, me and my mates rested in the library to pass the time off chatting in whispers till 10 to 4 pm. We had to attend the eucharistic ministry training wherein we were taught how to properly give the unleavened bread and the wine in communion. In the middle of things, however, my mom called me to ask me where I am. I had forgotten to tell her that I would be attending the said training. haha.

Anyway, after all that were done I went home and did my own thing :)

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If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly, our whole life will change.
- Buddha

Sunday, 12 July 2009

Weekend Scribbles 10

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Nothing beats the pulse of the heart.
That sinking feeling.
The excitement, the thrill.
It hurts but I welcome it still.
It's unbearable at times,
But it proves that I am here.

Tuesday, 7 July 2009

More of her randomness.

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For the past few days (or maybe the past few months?) I have been thinking about this:

Where else can I go in the world wide web besides FictionPress.com, FanFiction.com, Facebook, Blogger, Youtube, Travia, Plurk and OneManga.com?

I'm feeling bored. haha. Where do you go when you surf the net?

Monday, 6 July 2009

What Boredom can do to you.

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I'm going to tell you about something that happened a few days ago. I guess you could say I was utterly bored that I don't even know what I'm talking about.

Well, it all started when we where in the common room and had nothing to do. Remember the arts week? It happened during those times. So, I was in the common room together with my friends and I was really really bored. I mean it, I was even kicking the rag week props and taking pictures of everything that my lens decided to rest. I was that bored.

And so, when I finally got tired of wandering around the room I sat down on the floor and a conversation about all sorts of things started. Then one of my friends mentioned how the guy who did the audio book for harry potter has a nice voice and I remembered this mp3 I found during my revisions made by a Biology teacher from some school somewhere. Incidentally, I am doing my A-levels Biology so I decided it wouldn't really hurt to download the mp3's. Well, it didn't really help me at the time and the only thing I could think of is 'this teacher has got a lot of time in his hands." I told them about this and well, I was only meant to say that he has a nice accent and his voice is really nice but I blurted out this: "He's got a sexy voice."

Exactly, my sentiment. It was such an embarrassing moment and thinking back now it makes me laugh. I can't believe I actually said that. XD

Yeah and well, I don't even know why I'm retelling such an embarrassing story to you guys. I guess I want to make it clear that the Biology teacher I was talking about isn't the Biology teacher who is working in my school. That would be just wrong.

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All things are difficult before they are easy.
-Dr. Thomas Fuller

Haiku 1

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My sunshine
....

You were like the sun,
The moment you smile I laugh,
You bring joy to me

...

Sunday, 5 July 2009

Writers block, oh! how I dislike thee!

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Yes.
I am sure that every writers in the world no matter how good you are or how crappy you are (just like me) feel this every once in a while. And right now, I am on one.
See? This is why I can never finish any multi-chapter I started. It just keeps on biting me where it hurts (you know what I wanted to say... It's that infamous phrase of 'it keeps on biting me on the a** phrase.), it's like one of those quicksand where you can't do anything but be engulfed.
It's scary.
Anyway, I hope I can get over this pretty soon because, well, I want to at least finish one of my stories. I want to feel that sense of accomplishment and feel proud of myself (even if the work is nothing to be proud of - still that doesn't matter.) and say that 'aha! You've done well!'

Yeah well, i'm probably being overdramatic again so let's just stop before you start 'booing' me and start throwing things at me. (i'll throw it back though except if it's something nice I won't :P)

Tata,
Sazzy

Weekend Scribbles 9

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Anxiety will always be something I won't ever come to be comfortable with.

Thursday, 2 July 2009

And she rambles away...

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I'm thinking I'm rather getting a bit sloppy when it comes to daily mail. Don't you agree?
Well, I won't say anything more about this matter because I might jinx the possibility of the 5th daily mail from seeing the light of the day anytime this week.

So, anyway, lately, the purpose of coming to school is slowly drifting away from my mind. I mean, what is the point of being at school for how many hours? six? When all we do is just laze around, play cards, and bore our minds out because it's arts week?

Not that I'm complaining, which by the looks of it, I certainly am - not the point. They could've just given us the time off or something. We don't really do anything at all. *sigh*

And boredom is most definitely not something you'd want to pair up with me.

Edit: Our word of the week 'away'
Lol!