I have so many story plots on Adventures in Zodiacland in my head that my brain is about to explode. First Yosuke Macfry is in a cemetery playing a violin by his cousin’s grave, then he breaks up with his lover John Oh and is in the arms of another man; now I see Patty in Eli’s arms, crying. Oh, boy! So many fictional people in my head wanting to make me scream.
At the moment, I’m working on other projects and won’t be able to post Adventures in Zodiacland anytime soon. Another reason for this is that the series is so controversial; it has strong mature and adult themes in it that some parents won’t approve their teenage kids reading it. If I were postingthe blog-novel in Japan, it would be different.
For now, like my other fictional clients in my other stories, they will just have to wait their turn. There is a waiting list.
You guys and gals may be wondering why I haven’t posted any new material on my blog. The reason for this is that my wi-fi bill had skyrocketed and I had to make the gut-wrenching decision to terminate my wi-fi service. As a result, I can only put out a few post.
During that time I had read the graphic novel Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. The graphic novel was psychologically dark and disturbing. It teaches the reader that the battle we fight is within ourselves. Watchmen is not for the faint of heart nor is it for impressionable children. This graphic novel is strictly for mature readers 17+. It is groundbreaking and will blow you away.
My ex-teacher Mr. Russ has often told his computer class (and me); even the writers magazines always say this quote:
Blogs are a cheap and easy way to publish your work.
About a month ago, I was cleaning out my closet. In the middle of cleaning, I found a jackpot of hidden treasure. I had found many unpublished and unfinished writings from long ago. I have written so many stories, poems; most of them have not yet been finished. I have so many, I don’t know where to start. Do you think wordpress.com has a policy about posting love scenes on blogs? I have to check the policy again.
I’ll end here. Stay tuned!
For now, I look forward to things getting better! —- Lady Serenity
As in life, chill for best results. —-Talking Rain Beverage co.
It is best to tell the truth and face pain, than to lie and suffer in pain. —–Author Unknown
The world is slow now since the recession hit two years ago.
The cities are now ghost towns, and the rich and the poor are fighting to make ends meet.
As I live with my mother, we are facing an uncertain future with no money and our car repossessed.
Times are rough, and the world is staving.
We just don’t know what to do.
I might as well live and make a way to survive.
Dear CVS/Pharmacy Company,
I am speaking on behap of the customerswho shop at your stores nationwide, who are also members of your Extra Bucks rewards club. We, the loyal customers(myself included) have been spending money at your store for years using your card. We as customers want to say, we have had it with being short–changed and we demand our cash back rewards, now.
Have you notice that your rival Rite Aid has a cash back refund programthat gives its customers rebate checks in the mail every time they purchase items and make daily logs with their recipes on their website? When we use your Extra Care card, all we receive in return are coupons and the saving amount that we should be getting back. I do hope that president of your company is reading this post. We want the president of CVS/Pharmacy to know of our plight with the cash back program.
Dear President, please consider and agree to update your cash back program to have a cash reward for using your card to shop at your store. Being lifelong customers, we deserve to be rewarded for shopping at your store. Dear President, hear us out. We don’t want to be rewarded with just coupons and discounts; we want to be rewarded with ‘real’ rewards. When you ad for your Extra Care cash back programsays ‘cash back guaranteed for using our card’, you must keep your promise and give us back every penny we spend in the form of a rebate check or a plastic debit cash card.
We know that America is in a recession, but isn’t it time that your company pay us back for years of using your Extra Care card? We just want our rewards for being in your program. enough is enough. We need the money from using your savings card to feed our families, pay our bills, go to college; what can coupons do for us as customers? Nothing.
Associates and President of CVS/Pharmacy, please hear our voice. We ask you to study this post and consider to ‘pay’ us for being customers of your Extra Care program. Thank you for reading and replying to this post. Please post your response on this blog. Thank you very much.
Your Loyal Customers.
Grumpy German worker Rudi hates change and prefers to keep his life plain. After Rudi’s wife Trudi learns of her husband’s terminal illness, Trudi hides the secret from him. She convinces Rudi to visit their family in Berlin. When Turdi passes away, Rudi is heartbroken and takes a trip of a lifetime to the beautiful and mysterious Tokyo. On his journey, he meets a young actress name Yu, who teaches him about life.
As Rudi’s life on Earth runs out, he enjoys his last adventure that will lead him to a new beginning. Cherry Blossoms is Doris Dorrie’s moving film that takes the style of the films Last Holiday and Ikiru (To Live) and turns it into a tender and emotional masterpiece. Full of poetic and moving moments, Cherry Blossoms will leave you moved with its sensitivity and heart-wrenching ending. If you want a movie that has marital love and flowing shots, then Cherry Blossoms is the film for you.
Due to the mild sexual images and brief language in the film, it is cautionary that viewers 15+ should watch this movie with their parents/guardians and discuss the mature themes and lessons that appear in the scenes. Don’t miss Cherry Blossoms for anything in the world.
My rating: A+
Have a nice day!
On the last essay about my hobby on collecting paper currency bills, I also have another rare hobby that no one knows about because it is exclusively rare. You know what this rare hobby is?
I collect keys. (Seriously!)
I am a key captor. I find abandoned keys and take them home with me to add to my key collection. I collect money, now I collect keys. Key captor me.
What kinds of things do you collect? Tell me about your collection on this post.