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by morava
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25 || Malaysia || Hufflepuff || tumblr



I dunno, what should I say about myself?

I'm bilingual and English isn't my first language.
(So I'm sorry if I sound weird sometimes...? smilies/icon_xd.gif)

I hang around the Word Games forum a lot,
although lately I just stalk the threads rather than participate...

I used to write stuff a lot, like stories - but now that I've got so many ~adult~ responsibilities, I haven't been writing much.
Honestly, this is one of the things that upsets me the most. :'(
I miss writing.

I was previously Blagakhsandi. It didn't stick.


my stuff~~

My Characters~!

My sketches~

i just recently got my first ever drawing tablet!!



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CooWings Report | 10/09/2016 6:14 am

    Coooomeeeellll avatarrrrr 4laugh heart
    Also adorable artses~
Rock_hard_yo Report | 04/04/2016 1:00 am
If that happens, you gotta make your own opportunities. The nice thing about change, is that is can be generated eternally. It's important to remember that a lot of people make career changes, regarding place of employment and job responsibilities all the time, to positive results. And if you really hate it, there's no rule saying you have to do one thing forever. The experience you pick up in one industry, even specialised knowledge, can often be reapplied broadly to other areas. I've known folk that have gone from engineers to painters, from chemists to psychologists, and architects to lawyers. The transition can sometimes be a little bumpy, but it's far from impossible. So as long as you enjoy what you do, don't sweat it!
Rock_hard_yo Report | 04/03/2016 2:39 am
That really depends on what you're stressing out about? Is it the commitment?
Rock_hard_yo Report | 04/02/2016 11:49 pm
Yeah, I guess that is pretty scary. Takin' care of other people is a lot of responsibility. I think the fact that you worry about that kind of things makes you even better qualified for the job though. There's some folk that would never even consider the possibility of a mistake, so they just ignore the problem. More concerned with protectin' their ego than their patients.
Rock_hard_yo Report | 04/02/2016 5:40 am
Wow, that's really cool!

I dunno much about the medical field, but it seems like it's an industry with some pretty decent job security. There's always research to be done and people needin' problems fixed.
Rock_hard_yo Report | 04/02/2016 4:29 am
Yeah, that's one thing I don't miss about it. Even if I gotta work longer hours at a job, it's nice not having to take it home with me. ONCE I'M OUT, I'M FREE.
What are you studying?
Rock_hard_yo Report | 04/02/2016 2:46 am
I know the feeling. I went without a tablet forever, now I can't live without it. They're so flippin' convenient.

I'm busy, but good. Spendin' a lot of time outdoors, climbin' mountains and stuff. Tryna work on more music. How about you? How's school treatin' ya?
Rock_hard_yo Report | 04/02/2016 2:17 am
your ******** sig art kills me
rnercury Report | 11/07/2015 8:11 am
up until fourth grade i did, it was provided by the school and everything. it was mainly used just so i wouldn't miss if someone was on my right side saying things.
it didn't do much, though, so we just stopped using it once i changed schools. it didn't make a difference, so we haven't tried again < v >
rnercury Report | 11/07/2015 8:03 am
i was actually born deaf in one ear! it's apparently because the ear drum just never formed in my right ear, so i just go with that. it only affected my speech early on in life, but i grew out of it, so i haven't been to a doctor for it since I was four. so i don't really have much information about it. ; v ;



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