Monday, July 19, 2010

Back from the Doctor's Office

Today I went to the Eye Doctor to have my eyes examined.
Back when I was ten, I used to wear glasses but 5 years ago I stopped because they got too small and I was sick of almost every little kid and their parents thinking I was harry potter since I never really liked harry potter and having to explain to them that I was not got pretty old after a while.
Anyway, more about what happened today.
I had a really good doctor who told me that my eyes are healthy (yay!) and that Nintendo wasn't (entirely) the reason I had to start wearing glasses when I was ten, but it was family genetics. Funny since my Mom can a mile away while I can barely see far away. My Mom believed I had to start wearing glasses back then because my friends and I all played the N64 and we all had to get glasses after that. The doctor said that probably accelerated the Nearsightedness in my eyes at younger age though.
So I got my eyes checked out and I'll be getting my glasses in a week.
The best part, my insurance covered it all. Now that's what I call an early birthday present...since my birthday's tomorrow. So happy right now. :D  

Friday, July 9, 2010

All Good Things Must Come to an End

Ok, maybe not all good things, but one in particular that ended on Thursday.
The popular series that's lasted a decade with it's manga and two anime series: Fullmetal Alchemist

For those who have never seen or heard of it, here's a quote from Wikipedia:
The world of Fullmetal Alchemist is styled after the European Industrial Revolution. Set in a fictional universe in which alchemy is one of the most advanced scientific techniques known to man, the story follows the brothers Edward and Alphonse Elric, who want to restore their bodies after a disastrous failed attempt to bring their mother back to life through alchemy.
I never read the manga myself, but I did watch both anime series.
When I first started the first series when I was getting into anime, I was amazed by the story,characters, and the many emotional moments that would pull on your heart strings. It was different than the more mainstream series like Dragon Ball Z and Naruto. It was what I would call mature. No not like adult or anything like that.

The reason there are two anime series is because the first one changes the story midway through while a the second one (called: Brotherhood) stays with the original story all the way till the very end.
Also the voice acting superb in both English and Japanese versions (of course I watched those subtitled).

It was a great series (one of my top favorites) and it's a shame to see it end but it's also nice to finally get some closure.

Personally I would recommend that you view the first anime series because the second series (Brotherhood) sped through earlier storylines and the emotional impact they had in the first are nearly lost in Brotherhood. Also it should be noted that I wouldn't recommend it be viewed by those under the age of 15/16 years old because there is blood and violence,swearing, and mature themes, but almost no sexual content whatsoever.

So if you would like to see the series yourself, check it out at:

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Happy 4th of July

Just me wishing you and your family a Happy 4th of July!
This my 4th of July Girl, who is part of my Holiday Girls Series that I started in 2007 
with Miss 4th of July being the very first Holiday Girl I created.
You can see how she and the other Holidays have changed over the years by checking out the "Holiday Girls" Section.
If you wanna know more about this picture go to
See Ya Later!