So, I have become obsessed with BBC's "Sherlock" and though I may not draw it very much I am wholeheartedly crazy for this show.
I have updated my new goal in life, it is now going to be: Move to london, marry a man with the last name "Holmes", have a son and name him sherlock and teach him in the ways of deductive reasoning and observation (which I'm not too bad at myself, hence why I am already planning to go into forensics sciences and detective works) and raise him to be a brilliant detective, so he will be the perfect real life, modern representation of Sherlock Holmes. Hell, might even skip the London part except for the fact that you can simply not have a good, intriguing mystery without a main character with a sexy British accent, as American accents are just plain dull.
I have been getting into so many shows lately, it's bound to be bad for my mental state... first adventure time and gravity falls, pysch, monk, the mentalist, and now Sherlock, I am in trouble here...
I have a weird feeling like my writing style is different than it usually is in journals. This is somewhat more like how I would talk than how I tend to write... that show has somewhat revived my urge to be a forensics scientist and/or detective, so it's rather good I'm already going to study that. I don't have to change my plans. XD
So, on a completely different note, what's up? No one has been talking to me lately but I've been inactive. So I suppose that is somewhat my fault, but that doesn't mean you guys should ignore me like this. It's bloody irritating. (And I only use 'bloody' and 'bloody hell' because my dad does, my parents used to live in London and they still use some terms and sayings which I seemed to have picked up in recent months, so it's not just me going London-crazy, I swear! XDD I only just realized how often I've been using it so I thought a quick explanation was in order..)
Okay, ignore this rambling, I'm going to go draw or something.