Last week, I went to the Pirate Festival like I said and when I got home, my knee popped, bad. It had basically cracked and fell out from under me. I felt fine after staying off of it for a few days, but on Monday, I did PE and it practically killed me until I went home and took some pain medicine. Later that day, my mom took me to the APNA urgent care.
Get this...they put me in a freaking IMMOBILIZER!!!! Grr! It hurts when I sit down and just...grr...I will admit that my knee feels better with it on, though. My knee hasn't gotten better, though.
Hello, peoples! This weekend my mother and I are going to the Fresno Pirate Fair in Roeding Park. My Aunt Dee will be sponsoring us so we can get in for free! I'm very excited to be going to this festival and can't wait! I'll have to come up with a costume pretty fast, though. I'll be able to pull something together; I'm pretty resourceful.
The Pirate Festival is in Roeding Park, Fresno, CA, USA. I just wanted to be sure of the location. I know that I'll probably have to help with wings or something, but I'll still have a lot of fun! I love to go to these types of fairs to see the costumes. I also love the sword
My father passed away about a few months ago and some of my mom's old friend came with their families for the funeral. I met up with two of my friends that I haven't talked to in forever. They both like anime as much as I do, and one even hates Sasuke Uchiha as much as me! They had both started watching two animes called Death Note and Hetalia.
Death Note is a more serious anime with a boy that wants to rid the world of evil people, the criminals big enough to be on Japan's news. Another boy, who wants to find out who he is, is acting as a detective against the one boy.
Hetalia is hilarious. It's basically pure comedy with the countries of the world personified to people. The different countries look unique and to their culture and act as their cultures as well. The episodes are only about five minutes long, but are so good for laughs it's worth watching. My favorite character here is Germany, or Ludwig Beilshmidt. He's a very serious person with blonde hair and blue eyes who acts a lot like a soldier in every aspect of his life.
I just started to read a book called Claws. The authors are Mike and Rachel Grinti. This book has fairytale and mythological creatures from around the world and modern technology. Not only that, but this book also has a human twelve-year-old girl that becomes a Pride-Heart, a leader of a pride of cats.
The girl had lost her sister before the book and her family spent a lot of money trying to find her, making them move to a trailer park to still have a place to stay. The girl meets Jack, a beat up cat with one eye, and he sees a chance in something with Emma. He gives her a deal that states if he helps her find her sister, she helps him.
So far in the book, I'm about half-way through. I won't give any details, but she is definitely the heroine of this story. She also obtains cat-magic, a special kind of magic that actually does something. Not like faery magic that only tricks someone into seeing it. Cat magic turns you into something.