Thursday, December 31, 2009


I recently found my bead collction and went crazy with making bracelets, necklaces, and keychains. I think I scared my family as they watched me make a pile of beaded stuff. They kept asking me what I was going to do with them. Right now, I don't know. Maybe I'll give it to random kids I see in the streets. ... Or not. I might get arrested for that.

I checked out my old beaded necklaces and bracelets from my childhood jewelery box, and noticed that many of the beads and strings were broken. I couldn't fix them into the same things they were before, so I made bracelets out of the designs they follow. The bracelets in the image below used to be one necklace.

Many of the old necklace beads were broken to the point of no return. The beads didn't match the other beads anymore, and I don't know where I could find exact replicas of them.

Honestly, I don't know what to do with the pile of bracelets and necklaces. I guess I'll let them sit in my jewel box until they're needed. I wonder how long that will be.

Wednesday, December 30, 2009


I like looking at landscapes. Be it in the city, the country side, or some random empty space, I like to stare at it. My mother drove to a gas station in Scarborough. While she was filling the gas tank, I ran off to the waterway nearby.

Sunday, December 27, 2009

Toronto Shop Trip

Going to check out these places sometime soon:

gagoo box
319 Queen St West, Toronto

Her Majesty
250 Augusta Avenue, Toronto

[Unknown--some sock store]
New Century Plaza
Steeles Avenue E. and Warden Avenue

Chinatown Centre

If possible, I'll bump into some interesting stores. ... And find someone to journey with me.

[The post that followed the planned trip was accidentally deleted. It was posted on January 10, 2010. Her Majesty was found at a Market place called Blue Banana Market. A leftover teaser from blog catalog:
YES! I was there in Downtown Toronto days ago and I was not alone! I was with my unofficial magical girl hunting troop.We first headed to Mokuba at 575 Queen Street West. Mokuba was an intriguing shop. My first impression was that it looked like a li...

I am mourning the loss of a great post.]

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Downtown Toronto ._.

My trip to Downtown Toronto was canceled. (._.) The people I was going to go with changed plans, so now I'll have to find a day to make the trip myself. All by myself. Just yesterday, a woman came up to me at the bus stop asking about the transit operation. She didn't have a ticket for the transit, so I gave her one for free. While giving her the ticket, I was thinking about the blog post I made before.

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Downtown Toronto!

I finally found time for a trip to downtown Toronto with people! Yay! X3 I am not sure if they would mind walking around the cold though...

I've wanted to check out a few local stores in downtown Toronto for a very long time. My problem with going downtown is that I need someone to be with me while I am there, because strangers always approach me whenever I am alone at an open place--commonly known as the public. Although many of the strangers that approach me are good people, I get very nervous around people I am not familiar with, especially when they are creatures of the light.

Story time!

As a kid, I used to always go exploring alone from my parents whenever they brought me to shopping malls and parks. Strangers would often come up to me and ask if I was lost. And yeah. I don't remember what happened after the people ask me if I am lost. I just remember people used to approach me asking that question.

Next story!

I was walking around Mississauga and a man approached me asking for money. He looked like he was between 20 to 30 years old. I asked him if he had a job. He said no. I asked him if he needed help to find one. He said he didn't want to go find one because it is too hard and he just wanted money. I asked him if he's got a place to sleep. He said that he lives with his mother. I asked him why he doesn't get the money from his mother. He said she doesn't have money to give him. I decided to give him at least $5 cdn. I looked in my bag and there I couldn't find my wallet. I had left it at home. I stared at him for minutes and he started begging for money. I told him I was sorry and that I don't have money either. I think he thought I was lying or telling him something abstract, because he continued to beg. My family found me, everyone glared at the man, I said sorry, and left with my family.

Another story!

I was at a convention in downtown Toronto and a lady asked me to take a picture of her with the Metro Toronto Convention Centre behind her. I took the picture for her.

Yet another story!

Once a year at Pacific Mall, people ask me for directions. Luckily, Pacific Mall is like a fourth home to me and I can actually help them with directions. ("._.) ... I've been wondering about the direction asking pattern. It's been going on since the Mall--if it may be called that--has opened. Maybe it's because I look Eastern Asian and look like I am familiar with the place. Hm. Maybe it's normal with most Eastern Asian looking people who look familiar with the place.

Last story! (I think.)

I was riding on a bus on my way home when someone started asking all the passengers for money. Most people ignored him as he asked them. Others shook their head. He said he needed only about $8. I looked in my wallet and noted that I only had $4 in change (Yes. I carry very little money around with me so that I wouldn't spend it often). I needed money for another bus ride that day or else I wouldn't be able to get home (I used to take 3 buses from 2 different transit systems to get home in my frequent schedule). When he approached me, I said I could only give him about 50 cents, because I needed money for something. He accepted my offer of 50 cents, and proceeded to ask people for money. A business-looking man gave him money. After the business-looking man gave him money, he left at the next stop.

Finally done with my stories about strangers approaching me. ... I know I need to work on my story telling skills.

I often do not help people unless they ask for help. I myself do not often ask for help. I think I should ask people for help when I know I need help, but I just can't bring myself to do so. When I help strangers, I usually feel a fleeting awfulness because I know I felt like they were a bit of a bother or that there is a possibility I may have been tricked. Even so, as long as they don't cause a scene and no one is hurt, the strangers who approach me bring a happy smile to my face.

I don't know why.

Monday, December 21, 2009


I was at Market Village today and saw a gathering of lolitas. :D Third time that has happened to me.

There aren't any conventions I know about that are happening any time soon. *sigh*

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Sketch 2

I redrew a0002 and it looks different from its first version. I cannot tell which version would look better in life, but I know the second version would be more practical.

I decided to name the a series 'a-zero' because of all the zeros they contain. Here's an explanation of the code name for future references: the beginning a0 is the name of the series. The second number explains what kind of clothing it is, where zero means jacket or coat and other numbers will represent shirts, pants, gloves, and etc. The last two numbers represent the standing order of the design (if that makes sense).

Wednesday, December 16, 2009


I woke up this morning, looked into the bathroom mirror and saw concave lines on my skim between my eyebrows. I kept stretching them out, but it didn't work very well. Are they... wrinkles? O_O Heh heh. Oh well. Maybe my glasses will be able to cover the lines if they are still there later in the day. My face looks naturally angry now. ("._.)

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Squirrels could take over the world 3

I was travelling around Toronto today, and I kept seeing squirrels running around. I guess they're getting ready for hibernation. One of the squirrels I saw was really big. It was about the size of a large boot (I compared it to my winter boots). :P There was also a very small one. It looked so cute running around!

All the squirrels I saw today had dark brown fur though. Why were there no gray ones?! Is it too warm? O_O It's been snowing more often since last week though.


A friend of mine introduced me to capsule's music. I listened to their song on YouTube and my first thought was impressive.

The continuous beat makes me want to dance as the song plays. The electropop sounds aren't too aggressive and it's not too light. It's enough to make me feel relaxed yet energized.

Official site:

Thursday, December 10, 2009

December Toronto anime con

Too... many exams. I cannot attend.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Cromartie High School: Raid

A post between breaks.
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