Hey everyone! So, how did everyone's Halloween go? Good I hope! Seeing all the kids in their costumes really reminds me of when I used to trick-or-treat in New York City. My country doesn't really celebrate it...at least I don't remember it being celebrated there, but I still love the holiday and it was so fun getting all that candy. I remember dressing up as a witch for 3 years in a row. That has to be a record. Anyway, just letting you all know I'm still here.......which I'm sure most of you don't care. But that's alright, I care, and so do my friends here, and that's enough for me. Graduation is just around the corner for me and I couldn't be happier. But I'm also a little nervous too. *sigh* I guess I'm a little nervous about job prospects. My biggest dream is to just get out of this town and back home to New York before I lose my MIND! Now, I'm not knocking small towns, really. It's just...it's not for me.
At any rate, things are moving along nicely and I'm planning on sending out resumes about a week or so before I graduate. Wish me luck, okay? I'd also like to take this time to please send your thoughts and prayers to those affected by the typhoon in the Philippines. Please do what you can and let the people there know that there are those who care. There's a Red Cross here and I'm planning to see if I can donate. So does anyone in America have any Thanksgiving plans? Please discuss. I'd love to know what everyone is doing. So far, my mom wants me and her to visit my brother and his family, so that should be fun. It'll be nice to see him struggle to cook after my mom doing it all these years.
Again, I want to thank everyone who has supported my stories and commented. I know I say this all the time, really. But having comments and feedback is so important to me. I can't express it in words. I don't get a lot of comments and much feedback, but when I do, it really shows me that there are people here on Deviant Art who cares, and it's important that people point out to me any typos or mistake I might have missed. Giving feedback is life to aspiring writers as well as artists. There's too many people in the world that choose to remain silent and not say anything. Sometimes, nothing good comes from that. But still, thanks to you who do say something. And a big thanks to you artists who do respond back to comments about your art. Yes, I know I say that a lot too, but I believe in respect, and respect is definitely acknowledging someone who takes the time to say they like your art.
Alright, alright, enough of that. I hope everyone is doing well. Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year's if I don't get a chance to say it during the holidays. Take care!