Wow, I hadn’t shared much here lately. I always do this. I never like it. And I don’t do it on purpose. I just sometimes don’t know what to write or when to post things. I don’t want to post things for the heck of it. I want them to come naturally, you know? But I’m back and excited to write and share little adventures.
Anyway, I hope you are all well. I am here today to share with you guys a happy list that my very close friend Daniela (we call her Didi) wrote. Here are
10 things that make didi happy:
· the smell of books, both old and new.
· when people play with my hair.
· cold days that are perfect for hot chocolate.
· writing. i love to write fiction stories.
· to be waken up by my dogs.
· playing the ukulele.
· spending time with my friends.
· watching silly cartoons, because one is never too old for cartoons.
· listening to music. mostly music that makes me want to dance.
I love these lists. They make my day. If you would like to share a list of things that make you happy, send it to me and I will post it here.
I hope you have an amazing day. I have more posts lined up that I would love to share and hopefully you will love to read. Thanks for stopping by! And thank you, didi, for your happy list. <3
Not very long ago I go into gardening. It is hobby many of my close family members enjoy. The first herb I planted back in October was cilantro. It is now huge and beautiful. I now have that, a beautiful tomato plant, two red bell pepper plants, and a white onion. :)
My boyfriend got interested in plants too so I helped him plant some cilantro seeds. We planted them in Novemeber but they sadly never bloomed.
Last week he decided to dump the dirty from the pot I lent him, since he was convinced his cilantro never grew.
BUT, when he was about to reach the pot, he saw that two cilantro plants had risen from the ground!!
I’m so proud of you boyfriend! Happy to see you happy. :)
Oh nature, you are amazing. Maybe a little lazy, haha. But amazing nonetheless!
A lot of people don’t like tattoos. My parents are included among those people. They don’t have anything against people who have them; they don’t look at them differently; they just don’t like tattoos. And that’s fine. I, on the other hand, went to school with people who were fond of them. Thus, I grew an appreciation toward them, regardless of all the negative things circulating the world of tattoos. I’m not gonna explain what tattoos mean to me. Everyone has their own definition and it is theirs to keep. Same thing with the meaning behind tattoos. Some people don’t even have meanings for their tattoos; just reasons. I am not advocating or pushing for anyone to get them either. It is your body. What I am gonna say is: if you are thinking about getting one, please do be cautious and think about it long and hard. Don’t be impulsive. Research.
I got two:
I usually don’t put watermarks in my pictures, but people tend to steal tattoo photos quite often, so.
It hurt a little. Not much. I am so happy with the results.
I am studying abroad and taking a class during the winter break.
I have mixed emotions.
I was beyond excited after receiving my “Congratulations! You’ve been accepted!” letter.
As the date approaches, part of me has been like “WHAT’S WRONG WITH ME!? WHAT DID I DO?!”
Another part of me cannot believe I am going to the other side of the world. It makes me feel kind of brave.
The girly part of me wants to shop for clothes before departing, if I must be honest.
But overall, I am proud of myself for going to all of those department heads and asking for signatures, for facing the dean, and for submitting my application– regardless of what everyone told me about the food, the culture, the diseases, the dangers, the multiple “You’re crazy,” the “You don’t know what you’re talking about,” and the sweet “You’ll get the worst diarrhea of your life!” from my sincere coworker.
I don’t care. I’ve always wanted to go. It’s a once in a life time chance and I took it.
I leave in twenty days for twenty days.
Is that too much info to put out in the internet? Oh well, I am happy!
tonight we ran around town looking for a place to eat. we wanted tacos, but all the good, authentic mexican food places were already closed. we probably spent an hour searching. guess where we ended up eating: burger king.
we then ran back home to turn in homework that was due midnight.
my sister took this picture of us in front of the christmas tree before we left. too bad it didn’t come out :\ maybe next time!
so the other day david and I went to 7eleven and found these:
since I am trying to eat healthier, and since I’ve seen that the internet has been a little obsessed with edamame lately, I decided to purchase them. after trying them, david and i gave our verdict. we find pleasure in trying and describing things we’ve never had before. it’s like a fun little game between us. so, we have decided to start this new section called “diana & david try:” to introduce new foods to our palate. and to have fun of course :) we hope you enjoy it, and if you have any suggestions, send them our way. it can be anything. well maybe not anything, haha. but if it’s reasonable and in our reach we promise to try it!
today we are tried Calbee’s Snapea Crisps in Wasabi Ranch!
these are supposed to be healthier alternative to chips. they are baked and contain 70% whole peas. I read reviews and a lot of people in Amazon love this product (so much they buy it in boxes!). David and I…well, here’s what we think:
b o t t o m l i n e:
did we like them? no.
what did he think? flavorless // crunchy // really good garlic scent – like the bread from Olive Garden.
what did i think? still have unpleasant taste in mouth, even after eating pizza // weird smell // little spicy kick at times // couldn’t taste the ranch flavor
we… think the packaging is neat // liked the fact that chip was shaped like a pea // felt bad for throwing them away so they’re still there //
would we give this brand another try? in another flavor, yes. well at least me, hah.
would we purchase this specific item again? nope! come back to us, fatty chips<3
why we’re bad judges: david and I don’t like snap peas or wasabi or ranch. :(
should you try it? you should! it’s good to try new things.
don’t forget to leave more suggestions below.
love you guys. thanks you for your time. have a very nice day:)
boyfriend and i went with our friend didi to san antonio for a day. they went to fix their iphones in this big outdoors shopping mall and I accompanied them. didi took her yorkie, molly, who behaved so well and is so cute!
we stopped by urban outfitters; david to look at records, didi to shop for plaid shirts, and I to look at their cameras. i had been to the store several times before and i never noticed they had a photo booth. the last time i remember taking pictures in a photo booth was when i was in elementary school – i know! yeears ago! how lame is that! so when david offered i didn’t hesitate. we both ran in and snapped the first two photos. on the third one didi came in after finding us.
awesome photo booth strip :) kinda wished we would’ve gotten one more strip with more of didi, and maybe molly..
we drove back to our little town at night after having free donuts in krispy kream. did you know that when their sign is on it means free donuts?! david and i did not!! oh those warm donuts <3
this is max and i watching gilmore girls on netflix for probably the fifth time. so much love for that show. and for this pug. although he fell asleep two minutes into an episode, as you can see by his let-me-sleep-face and by his actual sleeping picture. haha. oh, little fella, you make me laugh as much as the gilmores do.
well, we’re off to bed. we hope you had a fun monday evening. boyfriend and i ate chick-fil-a and every bite was delightful. what did you do? do you like gilmore girls? do you bother your pets too and make them sit through shows they don’t like? am i mean? haha.
p.s. – i forgot how fun it was to use a mac’s photobooth. i shall use it more often!
sweet dreams! or good day, depending where you are! :)
hey friends! I feel I haven’t been on here for a bit. I’ve been missing out on reading your blogs! How’ve you been?! Anything new?
the other day david and i took his brother to the comic book store.
meet diego! a badass and a star wars lover.
after picking up some comics, we sat in the car thinking of where to eat. i was craving a hot dog so bad. thanks to siri and google, we discovered that a retro diner that was near us carried hot dogs, so we went.
probably one of the coolest restaurants in our town…
i know some of you might not care, but excuse my hair. i had just gotten out of school. i was also too lazy to put on makeup. i’m glad david loves me regardless of how i look.
this was david’s bacon and blue cheese burger. i ordered a chili cheese hot dog, which was delicious and just the perfect meal to end this day. sorry for the lack of picture. i was too excited that when it got to the table the first thing i did was take a bite! can you blame me?
happy diego, proud of only eating tater tots that evening, haha
an afternoon with these two is always fun.
How’s your tuesday so far, dear reader? Are you having fun? What’s the coolest themed restaurant you’ve ever been to? Do you have a retro one in your town? Let me know, I like reading your comments and stories. :)
well, happy day for some. it was a little overwhelming getting to school today with this rain. I don’t know how my little car got through it all but it did. Good boy.
I wasn’t excited for this friday – or lately any friday, since fridays now I mean I have to spend three hours dissecting a stinky cat for my anatomy class. but waking up to pouring rain and witnessing my sisters attempting to get into my dad’s car without getting wet on their way to school changed my perspective for today. even if mom and I almost got stuck in a river and even if I got late to class, today is a good day. so friends, happy friday!
good, happy things that happened this week:
I’m an aunt!
I developed three roles of film.
I cut David’s hair.
My boyfriend, my sister, and I gave Alexander the hedgehog, Max the pug, and Napo and Linda the guinea pigs baths.
I saw my friend’s baby bump in her baby shower and ate tacos.
I submitted an application to study abroad during the winter and I got accepted!
hello friends! october is here!! so happy! that means orange leaves, cinnamon scents, my mother’s birthday, halloween, and windy days to come! well, in our town it is still pretty hot. like, if-you’re-outside-you-sweat hot. (I cannot wait for 70º weather to come!) but still, I am happy it is october and that my favorite season is here :)
this is my last photo challenge. I hope you enjoyed them because I did enjoy making them. I might even try it some other month. here is the last week of september in pictures. enjoy!
DAY 26 – SOMETHING NEW
DAY 27 – SOMETHING OLD
DAY 28 – BREAKFAST
DAY 29 – BLACK & WHITE
DAY 30 – SELF PORTRAIT
if you liked this post you can see my complete september photo challenge here :)
I am running late for class (and having a pug, a chihuahua, and a guinea pig next to me doesn’t help to get out of bed), but I wanted to share these pictures of last night with alexander the hedgehog, after david, his brother, and I went to watch The Martian! And yes, you should go watch it!
almost a month ago I received on the mail a pentax film camera from the 70s that david got for me. it is so so pretty. the moment I pulled it out the box I fell in love with it. i couldn’t stop thanking david enough.
here are some photos I took with it that I wanted to share with you guys:)
aren’t my models the best? I love it when I capture pictures of David laughing.
I still need to play with my camera a little bit more, and maybe even try a different photo lab, but overall I was happy with the results. bothering grumpy alexander and telling him not to eat my shoe is always fun.
photos taken in our univesity, david’s house, and my front yard with a Pentax MX using Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400 35mm film.
I can’t believe we’re already gonna go into october! like what, halloween already?! :O (I’m kind of excited for that holiday, to be honest!) but still, woah.. anyway, this is week five of my photo challenge :) hope you like it!
DAY 21 – FACELESS SELF PORTRAIT
DAY 22 – SOMETHING GREEN
DAY 23 – PATTERNS
DAY 24 – PET
DAY 25 – TECHNOLOGY
the challenge I got the idea from here. previous photo challenges for this month here.
the other day I stumbled upon this picture of the first time my boyfriend and I went to our local farmer’s market. it made me miss it and want to go. all of the food and the fun him and I had –that was a good day!
then last saturday I woke up at 9 am randomly, like something told me to wake up. I look at my phone and it has a notification saying “farmer’s market today!” so I had to tell david and an hour later we were on our way. oh how he spoils me even when he’s half asleep! <3
boyfriend had many taquitos, I had a corn and a lemon paleta. happy, happy campers! :)
so we passed by a floor full of chalk drawings and i mean…how could we say no!?
I took my minolta with me and shot some photos of this day + the buildings around us. I would gladly share them..but I’m a very lazy human that hasn’t developed that film yet, sorry, hah! david took his lego star wars minifigures and shot several pictures too! (you can follow him on instagram here!)
ok, I don’t know how this is gonna sound, but you know don’t know how happy it made me to see that someone made and sold natural deodorants in my hometown (and in such a cute packaging!). in case you’re interested: it works, it smells good, you can make your own by following recipes online, and best of all: it’s not bad for your body. yay!
oh, and that orange mason jar is a carrot cake for my grandma! it smelled soo good!
the sky looked so pretty that day. we just had to go on the rooftop again.
I love local events. I’m glad David likes them too.
well, until next time friends :) thanks for stopping by!
i told myself i was gonna post these photos every five days to have enough for the whole 30 days in september. but i’ve been bad about it :( school has been getting tougher and tougher. this week, for example, i have tests and reports almost daily. it’s horrible, but i’m surviving! i miss writing for my little blog though. so today i took a little time to bring you something i was supposed to post saturday. (oops). not that i am forced or anything, but i love doing so, and writing this + reading your blog posts makes me happy and gives a break from writing reports and memorizing things i’ll probably forget next week, sadly. so, without further ado, the second week of my september photo challenge! :)
DAY 6 – AFTER DARK
DAY 7 – SOMEONE THAT INSPIRES YOU
DAY 8 – ROUTINE
DAY 9 – SOMEONE YOU LOVE
DAY 10 – CHILDHOOD MEMORY
photo challenge i’m following here (although i changed most of it to make it my own). pictures from my boyfriend’s iphone and my white diana mini.
after watching several ponderous videos on YouTube (half of one that appeared on my What To Watch, actually) on how to self-cut hair, I was curious about the idea of cutting mine. I’ve been wanting to get a hair cut for a while now. I just haven’t gone. no reason. maybe just that I’m lazy to go to the salon and get it cut?
well, laziness aside, yesterday night around 1 am I got the crazies, my sowing scissors, and chopped off 4 fingers all around!
It’s not the first time I get impulses to cut my hair. I always cut my bangs whenever I feel like it. (even if my hair dresser gets mad at me for doing so.) in January I actually went back to bangs I hadn’t styled since elementary school (post here) and they didn’t turn out bad!
in july I dyed it red myself with the help of my sister and a L’Oreal hair dye box, after getting the idea from a blogger (easily-influenced, me). I loved it despite of the damage it did to my hair and the mess it created in my restroom.
but this is different! I’ve never cut my entire hair :o it looks the same, almost, just with more layers in the bottom.
i’m happy though. bye damaged ends!! and yay for saving money!
wait til I tell my mom. she’ll freak! :D
happy tuesday! — diana
p.s. – i want pancakes so bad! maybe i can used the money i saved on going to the salon to get some…hmm ;)
I know he seems alright, but I was scared that maybe he was sick cuz I had offered him watermelon and he didn’t want it when he usually loves it, and he didn’t even come out of his bed when I called him when he’s usually the first one to wheek and run toward me. Then I brought cilantro and he only ate some. Linda ate both the watermelon and the cilantro and she ran to my feet when I called her name, in comparison.
I’ll keep an eye on him tonight. I think he was just tired or not hungry. Maybe it’s even his teeth that hurt, I don’t know. He’s a pretty big sleeper at night, so I hope it’s that. Either way he’s sleeping with me tonight just in case. (I keep peeking under my comforter to see him. He comes out and sleeps next to me occasionally. Right now he’s next to me foot.)
Years ago, I saw people started to do these monthly photo challenges in Instagram. I was interested but never actually did one. The other day in Pinterest I saw one again and I liked it, so I decided to do it for this September.
Instead of posting a photo everyday I’m going to share seven pictures in a post every week. That way it’s not overwhelming to my blog, and I could share what I saw that week comfortably and look forward to the day I write and share them with you :)
Here’s the challenge I’ll be following:
If you want to join me, go right ahead! :D And let me know so I can check out your pictures! If you wanna change a day up a bit, go for it, so will I, most likely :) Just have fun with it!
That’s boyfriend, myself, and our friend Andy having brunch in IHOP.
Oh, how we love Andy! If I were a mom, I would want my kid to be just like him. So nice, helpful, respectful. The epitome of a good person.
We also love his company. So when the opportunity to see him presented itself (since we don’t really see each other cuz he’s in another city for college), we took it! I love this kid and his sense of humor – can’t say it enough!
After leaving IHOP and saying good bye to Andy, as he was about to go on the road, David and I went back to my house to pick up a package I had just received: the Minolta XG7! Ah, so excited to try it out!
Later, David picked up his two band members, they ate, loaded up their instruments and we all went to a bar where they played for the night. They had beer and played us their music, I had a drink and took some videos. (I also studied for anatomy cuz I felt bad for not doing so, but can you blame me? Too many terms!)
Monday morning in school I’m sitting in the library’s computer lab and I see a familiar figure coming in. It was my high school best friend, Esteban. I approached him and he sat next to me and caught up a bit. I like it when we talk. I don’t, nor do I think I will ever, exactly know why we stopped talking much after high school. We had a really good brother-sister relationship.
I don’t know about you, but there’s nothing like seeing old, long-time good friends. The conversations, the history, the jokes, everything. Even if we meet new people or live far away from each other or are each busy with our lives, we can still get together one afternoon and laugh like only a day passed since we last saw each other. And I find that fucking awesome and it makes me happy.
I love my friends. I hope we keep seeing each other like this.
I was cleaning my laptop when I came across these two pictures from 2010. 5 years ago. The year Napoleon came to be my pet and hairy roommate.
Oh how I love this little creature. Every day he makes us all laugh, he follows me around my room, and whistles like there’s no tomorrow whenever he hears someone in the kitchen.
He’s also such a nice big brother to his little sister. He’s such a good leader when it comes to exploring new territories. He sometimes doesn’t like to share his food or bed, so he grrs and chases Linda. But that’s just normal brother-sister love!
Also he’s a little grump. But I wouldn’t change him for anything in the world!
Well, I’m off to pet him and try to convince him to sleep with me (although he almost never wants to :( little man likes his freedom and his own bed, haha).
I just wanted to share those two pictures with you because I really liked them and because I can’t believe he’s been with me five years already! He has taught me so much and he doesn’t even know it.
I sometimes feel I’m not doing much with my summer. Or, since it’s almost over, that I didn’t do much with it. I see some friends abroad helping others; I see people exploring the U.S. by car; I see some classmates taking many summer classes to graduate earlier; I see others reading book after book after book while I’m stuck in the same one. And, well, as for me I am just here at home most of the time.
But today it made me reconsider.
Even though I feel did not do as much as others this summer, I had fun. And if I think about it I did do several things. I worked as a research assistant in my university, I traveled with my family, I helped my mom and my aunt start their local business, I’m about to finish that one book I’ve been wanting to read, and I spent the beginning of summer with my grandfather, among other things.
One thing that my boyfriend and I finally got to doing, that I love we took advantage of this summer, was swimming in his pool many times. We bought an underwater camera a few days ago and we went crazy with it (cuz it was just so cool to throw a gadget in the water and it be ok – a strange feeling and a little scary too!). Being there with him, swimming, playing, capturing underwater shots, made me think about how much I really liked this summer. (And how much I love spending time with him.) So those “negative” thoughts just went away. (Thank you, David.) I did the things I had the chance to, and even if I could’ve done more, I am happy with the stuff I did.
some pictures from our camera:
I still need to learn how to swim.. maybe next summer! :D
p.s: boyfriend has the coolest star wars comics swim trunks
Your buildings, your weather, your people, your food, and your museums! But not the traffic..
My family and I went about two weekends ago just to explore museums. We had been almost two years before and we had fallen in love with the city. There are so many things to do that we just needed to go back. It’s so beautiful and historical (it’s no wonder UNESCO even declared it such!) and its weather is just so perfect. Everyday it was at 70s and at night 60s and rainy. Nothing compared to this Texas heat in the 100s.. One night it was even around 50º! That’s like our winter here!! :( How I miss it.. It was the perfect vacation for us. Did I mention we even saw the Addams Family musical? :D
A few pictures from our days together + pictures from the past time we went:
Our airplane had this really cool feature where the front of the airplane had a camera so we could see what was happening on the little screens in front of us. Seeing the landing was awesome.
Yes, Mexico City has a castle in it, and it is amazing. It also has a forest where there many museums including this one. You take a little train and it takes you up this hill to the castle. I really, really suggest you visit it. It was my favorite museum.
In the forest there were two other museums; the museum of anthropology (MNA) and the museum of modern art (MAM). My family and I went to MNA for an afternoon. Dad took me to the MAM to see a photography exhibition by Gisèle Freund. There were five expositions but we only got to see three because of time. Believe me, I would’ve spent all day there but I felt bad for dragging my dad around. He enjoyed it very much but I could tell he was hungry and a little tired. He kept insisting that I keep exploring the museum, but no, I felt bad.
^ This exhibition was by Lorena Wolffer. There were various artifacts with numbers on them. You would be given a binder and in there were stories matching the artifact. Those stories were of abused women. Abused by their husbands, coworkers, daughters, boyfriends, you name it. It was very powerful.
These are a little outside Mexico City. You can climb them, some not all the way. I climbed one of them but I almost had vertigo up there! It was so bad. My sister and dad made it up top. I just went halfway and sat down. But what a view!
Frida kahlo’s house
In this house Frida Kahlo was born, raised, and died. It was changed a little since that time, but you still get the feel of it. The walls are covered by her paintings. You can take pictures but you have to pay.
We’ll definitely visit you again, Mexico City.
If you’ve ever wanted to, GO! You won’t regret it :)
You can check out more places we’ve traveled to here. Thanks for stopping by!
1. Boyfriend and I get dressed and go see the opening of our local theater production of The Graduate. – Amazing acting! We really, really enjoyed it.
2. Afterwards we pass by the bowling alley. We think about how fun it would be to go there. We do. He turns the car around and we bowl. We get our shoes and our names are Linda and Napo for the rest of the evening. He won. I think..
3. We got hungry. We went to Whataburger. I had pancakes, he had a bacon burger.
4. He drove me home. We talked for while outside my house in his Jeep, as we usually do.
5. We go to sleep in our own beds, in each’s home, wishing we could just live together and still be together for the rest of the night.
Oh, how I really wish these would have come out perfect. Not blurry like they are, cuz this was a really fun day. Getting together with old friends, eating wings, watching a horror movie, swimming in a really hot day with a pug by your side… I mean, really, is there anything better in the summer? I think not.
(some photos by me, some photos by my beautiful friend, doris.)
ps: I don’t think Max liked the pool, but it did help him cool off on this very sunny day.
Hi, click here for part 1! This might be a lengthy post, but it will be worth it! Enjoy!! :)
los tres cenotes, cuzama
this was amazing little hidden gem in mexico. pictures i would see online don’t do it justice. here are some my family and i took on our trip to yucatan this spring break (I know, i’m uploading this really late, oops) –
cenotes are sinkholes – holes in the ground with water in them, basically. and one can swim in them. there are many, many of these in yucatan. my dad, per recommendation of a friend, took us to some in a town called Cuzama. they were three cenotes, and to get to them you had to pay and you would be taken on both a motorcycle with seats and then on a sort of train powered by a horse (pictures below of both), and with that comes a guide and he has life vests/jackets you can rent. ours was really helpful. his name was martin martinez (how could one forget that name!). the three have different depths. we only went to two – the second and the last one – because our guide said the first one was harder to get into and deeper.
the third cenote; second one we saw:
my dad and my sister were the only brave ones of the family to go in. i chicken’d out just seeing those stairs on the ground. i regret a little not going in.
sorry about the pictures looking a little blurry or grainy. they were taken with my dad’s cellphone. but you get the idea! :)
paseo Montejo, Mérida
paseo montejo is a classic street in merida. it is full of big homes and mansions. a lot of them house events or are museums and businesses.
this was art from inside the museum, arte de barro. you can click any image to enlarge :)
this used to be a place we loved to visit in yucatan. it was small peaceful, colorful town with very little cars and tourists. we went this year and it looks like other people discovered our favorite place. it is still nice to visit, but we were disappointed to find more movement than in past years.
like i said, there are many cenotes in yucatan. couple of them are near valladolid, this one is called Zaci. you could swim in it, even dive. there’s a lifeguard there too.
thanks for stopping by!
Did you like this post? We’ve traveled to different parts of Mexico. Let me know if you would like me to share our past adventures. It would be a pleasure :)
I hate that I can’t sit down peacefully and write you my adventures as I would like. ugh. school.
anyway, here are some updates on my life because I know you really wanna know and because I feel the need to write, even if it’s very little.
I got a job as a lab manager for a research in my uni (!!)
my birthday is monday the 13th.
napoleon’s birthday is saturday the 18th.
I discovered my piggies are big watermelon fans.
I just ate a hash brown and a croissant. (beautiful breakfast).
last weekend i had the privilege of being part of a production called Entremeses. as i had stated in my previous post, it consisted of ten little 10-minute plays; every single one completely different from the next.
if you would like to watch them – even just one of them – then click here. one i really, really recommend you watch is The Man Who Couldn’t Dance. ugh, the feels! kudos to Spike and Kassandra for making it amazing. and to Brian for sharing the videos. you rock! (he came out in Drugs Are Bad. really funny and original. watch it too if you can!)
I was so lucky to have shared the stage with some really talented artists. they are just awesome people. so kind and unique. the kind of people that give off that good vibe that just makes you feel happy. although i don’t personally know them, i’m glad i met them. i won’t ever forget their performances or their personalities. around them i never felt embarrassed or not encouraged.
Just Before the War Between the Plates
by Larry Loebell
thank you, Dr. Gil, for everything theater.
thank you, Beto, for our sets and helmets.
thank you, Brian, for the videos.
thank you, David, for the pictures. (and for coming both days. you’re the best!)
and thanks to all the cast! it was a pleasure working with you!
even if i played an inanimate object, i learned a lot.