Still alive (Don't read if you're feeling lazy)As some of you know, I've been working at the market for the past week. I get questions from customers every day, but this particular one warmed my tummy. I suppose this (tiny) woman was from Russia or Greece, based on her accent. I was filling the alcohol & drinks section while she appeared next to me. She bent closer to me and tilted her head; ''Excuse me, do you speak English?'' I glanced at her with my confused look. Normally, I'd say things like 'No, sorry.', 'No, I can't speak English', which is total bullshit. I knew very well how I was supposed to answer her but this tiny voice in my head is a real weakling. I wanted to push 'him' aside for a while and get out of my comfort zone, even for a small moment. I cracked a smile and replied with; ''I certainly do. How can I help you, miss?'' Her expression was worth it, she looked like she had found a kitty or received a medal for her achievement. ''Aha, you looked like someone who could do that! Now, I, uh, I n
Anime memeIf there's any spoilers you didn't want to hear or see- I'm sorry! 1) Your favorite Anime?:Yes, it's Kimi ni Todoke. (・u・)2) Favourite male character? Shota (or Shouta) Kazehaya, because he reminds me of myself. (・-・)3) Favourite female character? Obviously Kurumi-chan (Ume Kurumizawa)! (・u・)......PFFFFFFFFFHH I'M JUST JOKING, I liked her only for a few seconds because I know that her pretty face won't cover her mean personality. ಠ_ಠSee, that's so mean.. (・~・) I adore Sawa-chan (Sawako Kuronuma) because she reminds me of Lisa-chan~ (And she's a lot more lovable than Kurum
A new studentWelcome to my class, Eerika-sempai! You've chosen such a horrible class but.. I'm more than happy to welcome you. You were the first person to ever speak with me & use male pronounces. ouo Damn, she's SMART and TALENTED! (She literally managed 8th grade in half a year, the other half is based on 9th grade.) I hope she can put some sense into my stupid classmates.
A meetingI had a meeting with my homeroom teacher, therapist and my father. We talked about my current situation with school, shared a few comments about me and when one of the topics was a bit sensitive for me, I shut myself off. Then my father spoke up;''I always knew it. Even before he came out. He never showed any strong interest towards men (hence the conclusion that he might like girls), he was very keen on technology, he hang around with boys and he went out with me whenever I was hunting, fishing, fixing my car, meeting up with my pals, etc. He was never like other girls, it was hard to even see him as one. He disliked every clothing/object that was seen as 'girly or women's'. I also noticed his struggle when he grew older. When I discussed about this with my ex-wife (my mother), I told her I wasn't surprised at all. She's taking her time but she will come around. He is who he is, whenever he identifies as a girl, boy, or something between. I'll still love him and I'm freaking proud of