And then we hurried to have lunch (we got Chick-Fil-A, which was also pretty awesome) and then had to leave to go to the Asian festival, where my brother was performing Tae Kwon Do and my dad was performing Hapkido (I hope I spelled that right) with other students from the martial arts studio they go to. They showed forms and one-step-sparring-self-defense (my personal favorite) and also some exercises and board breaking and it was all-around awesome. Then we had some Asian-inspired-tacos (correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure tacos isn't an authentic Asian dish) (and are you sensing a recurring theme of food) that we got for free because the Grand Master's wife owned the place where we got the food, and they invited us. Then two of my brothers and my dad went to eat at the actual restaurant instead of just the booth, while the middle brother and mom and the baby and I all went home.
Then a friend called and we had fun and talked for like an hour and a half. Then I went downstairs. Then I came upstairs and that puts me here, with an English test to finish, and iPod to sync, stuff to draw, fanfic to write, and instead listening to said iPod and writing a blog post. Yup. #LikeARowdyEmployee
Anyway, that picture that wasn't working? The one I drew of the Doctor? Well, I tried again, and here it is!
But other than the fact that they like to smudge when I don't want them to smudge, I've decided I really like pastels.
Well, a parting quote for you, then I'm off to procrastinate. (And I wonder why I never get anything done...)
There is the vicious circle that has been drawn for us by the huge mob which has become literate but not educated.
-James Truslow Adams, "The Mucker Pose"