I am finally home from my vacation in Georgia with ShadowedLullaby
, so I'll be getting back to working on your commissions, new art work, and preparation for Otakuthon
in August! I am sorry if my absence has caused issues or stress for anyone. I will now be able to respond to notes and requests, so feel free to contact me if you need to!
My vacation was very nice. I didn't get much work done, but I was assured that was what a vacation meant. I'm still not sure I believe that, ha ha.
My journey to Georgia was somewhat bad, since the airline proved to be more than incompetent. My flights were delayed, almost missed and nearly cancelled on several occasions. Thank goodness for my friends who were able to talk me through the aggravation and stress of that time. My baggage was also lost by the airline when I arrived in Georgia. Luckily, I was able to get it back in a decent amount of time. I would have cried if I had lost it for good. Next time I travel I think I'll opt for a direct flight, ha ha.
I tried sweet tea and grits, which were very interesting to say the least! I liked them both, they were just sort of foreign to me so it's more or less that I don't know how to feel about them, ha ha. I only had a little sweet tea because I thought that if I had any more I might bounce off of ShadowedLullaby
's walls, which would have been a disaster. I ate food that I haven't allowed myself to have for nearly a year - including bread. Oh my god, I missed you bread.
We watched a few animes (KashiMashi) while we were there, including the deceptively OP'd Moon Phase. Say Neko Mimi Mode ten times fast, I dare you. We went on a haunted hearse tour of the city, which was interesting. Apparently the ground in her city is about 6% human content. Must make for good crops and exceptional harvests. ( morbid humour is funny, okay? ) I also got to go and see Planet of the Apes in her cinema. It was a bit different from the cinema I am used to, but still very fun! The seats in her cinema actually recline, oh my god, so comfy.
I also got poked and tickled a lot. I will have my revenge.
All in all, Georgia was very warm and the people I met were extremely polite, very kind to me, and more than generous. I hope I get to go back some day.
Thank you all for your patience! I'm glad to be home c: