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02 July 2007 @ 10:09 pm
Como te llamas?  
I am still in that really, really reflective mood that's gripped me more strongly than usual the last week or so. Today I've been trying to spend time in silence outside of work (outside the house-- it's humid but it's cool out today so it's actually kind of calming..) and think about things.

I thought a lot about life, what makes me happy, and more than that.. what I want out of life and the like. It's such a complicated matter, how I feel about things. I'm sure that everyone is like that, and everyone's also like me when they put aside their worries and other things for a while, and try to push off the burdens of the world as something more simple than they are (so to speak.). I'm not sure if I'm making sense...but I have to try and be true to myself, even in public sometimes, you know?

You know, I have heard a lot of things in my life about the fountain of youth, or similar things that will help you to live forever, or for a long time. I would guess that most people don't believe in them... But... why not? I really want to hope, really want to believe that there's a way to live forever, to cheat death out of its prize. Because there are so many things that I want to do in this world, and I want to be young and healthy for them all. I want to see where the world will go, have many different amazing professions, and when I'm done with this planet, move on to experience another world. So it occured to me today, that when I'm able, when I'm ready, I'm going to really try and find the solution. Start with searching for the fountain of youth, if it really exists. And if it's out there, I will find it. I'm not sure what I'll do with everlasting life if I had it... Perhaps -- mangaka, photographer, biologist, mathmetician, and finally astronaut? Oh, and archaeology is very interesting, and moreso paleontology. But it seems hard to think about the past when the future's what lies ahead. It's a lot to think about.. (I guess that I should add ghost hunting somewhere in there, possibly..)

Matsumoto and Hitsugaya investigating the mysterious..

My two favorite D.C. girls lounge around chatting. =^-^=

Asuka looks worried, but really.. with a body like that, what can she possibly have to worry about?

Kuroro is the best <3

Kurapica doesn't think so, though..

Orihime is also lounging around. ^^ (Best 100 yen ever spent ^^)
azusachan: may guilty gear yayazusachan on July 5th, 2007 02:18 am (UTC)
Arty lass indeed
Hi there :3 I stumbled across your journal quite by accident, but found it most intriguing. I'm an Australian, living in Kyoto. I've been trying to find other artists in Japan to take part in a Japan-based circuit of the Artbook Coalition (it's an old concept of circulating a single sketchbook between artists, though this particular project now has a website just to help track the books: http://artbookcoalition.ning.com/ ). Unfortunately because I'm writing this from work, I can't offer you any of my own portfolio to peruse at this point in time, but can do so from home if you'd like. So I suppose my question is... is this the sort of project you'd be interested in participating in at all, or do you know any other artists that would? I'm waiting to start the Japan sketchbook, just don't have anyone else in Japan to send it to yet XD

Goodness, how awfully rude of me to jump straight onto your blog with something so smacking of request. I do apologise ^^; I'm just trying to improve my rather fruitless search for artists in Japan. Please do let me know if you're interested :3 in the meantime, I'll continue to peruse your photos :3