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First Night With Lordi - All Inclusive

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At last, after five years of long waiting for an event I thought would never come, it has finally happened! Last night was the most epic night of my life, the most epic of all the concerts I've been to. Lordi was amazing beyond words and that makes the entire wait worth it. At last I can check off the top item on my bucket list.

So, how was it? I went out of my way to prepare for this concert, even if it meant getting ready and eating early so that nothing would come up to distract me, and that's what I always seem to do when I attend concerts that are general admission for everyone.

We arrived at The Opera House at a reasonable time and surprisingly there was no lineup except a few people hanging outside the doors, so we stood near them chatting for hours until it was time for all VIP attendees to go inside. While most people went for the merchandise stand, I bolted straight for the stage, propped myself up in front center against the railing. I did not budge for the rest of …

Thrilling Dive

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By the spirits, there's only one place that makes me hype for the following summer and that place is Canada's Wonderland.

I haven't made any plans to go this year and that's probably due to there not being anything new, or when you've been on almost every ride in the park, you get bored. Not to mention the place is expensive, I never eat any of the food there because of that! Last year my friends and I all brought food so we had a picnic outside the park.

But, next year will present something that will definitely make me want to return!



Wonderland just announced this morning a new ride for spring 2019: the Yukon Striker. As a love for rollercoasters and the adrenaline they give, I was immediately blown away and set on going on it once it's open.

To summarize, its apparently higher than Behemoth and Leviathan: two coasters I make a ritual to ride more than once every time I visit. The first drop is a whopping 90 degrees from 245 down into an underground tunnel. …

Flight to Lemur Island

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Well, I had another detailed dream last night! This one is definitely a trip down memory lane and also reminds me of the things I used to be scared of as a kid.

I remember was working in this facility that had apparently found dinosaur eggs but I wanted the dinosaurs to be free. Why would I be working there in the first place? Perhaps I signed up for the job and didn't know that dinosaurs were going to be a part of it. So why not release them somewhere where they can feed and breed without us humans interfering?

I broke into the lab and another woman who agreed with my plan kept security busy while I took the eggs in my backpack. She told me I needed to go to the top of the radio tower and fly to the faraway  island that was big enough for the dinosaurs to live peacefully. I didn't know what types of dinosaurs were in the eggs, but they were all differently shaped: round, oval, and capsule.

As I heard the voices of the scientists growing louder, I quickly climbed up the ladder…

Submitting to the Qun

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It's been almost a year since I opened the door to the world of Thedas and already I find myself in the minor group of fans that prefer a certain race.

It didn't take me long to notice that there was a larger group of female fans that were swooning over either Cullen, Solas, and sometimes Alistair. Not only that, but there was also a large cult of elven fans, especially those who part of that group who love to make Inquisitors who were Dalish elves from clan Lavellan. Sometimes they would do nothing but those types of builds and many of them also wanted Solas to succeed with his plan once you find out that he is actually Fen'Harel.

I have nothing against any of these types of fans. I romanced Alistair and found him to be really sweet, Cullen is a well-developed character despite not being a companion you can take along with you and he is cute. Solas is a different story. I never really found him attractive. Personally, I prefer elves with long hair like Legolas, you could …

Citadel Massacre

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Finally a dream that pays a tribute to the Clone Wars, my favourite era in the Star Wars universe! It's been forever since I've had one of these dreams and I want to have them more often. Maybe if I start another marathon of the series it'll start to occur. Besides, there is a good reason to do so because there's been an announcement not so long ago that the series is returning and I can't describe to you how happy this makes me.

I know that Rebels is currently the rage but I've seen clips and animation, and it just doesn't appeal to me. You can't beat the things TCW has and I'm not going to waste my time using this post to list them all.

So, this dream felt like a mixture of things related from season 3 and 4 where there was the Citadel mission when the Jedi and clones were smuggled in to rescue Even Piell, and then Grievous' attack on the Nightsisters of Dathomir and they lost to him.

I remember opening my eyes to come out of a pod like I was …

Friends Decode a Cinder on Polterchrist and the Wolves - Music Of July 2018

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Yeah, I'm a day late at this. Last night I sat in front of my computer and for some reason it felt like I forgot it was the end of July and that I was supposed to be writing something like I do at the end of every month. But then, I was distracted by the Sims due to Rila Organa becoming an elder so I decided to let her retire and her son Patrick was starting his career as a scientist. I would have made Rila work a little longer until the bar reached 50% towards her time almost being up but there was so much money so there was no need.

So, here was go with another set of songs for this month.

5. Marshmello and Anne Marie - Friends



Heard this on the radio several times and already I find it catchy. You guessed it, this is all about friend-zoning someone who has romantic feelings for you and right now that's the current situation I'm in. I'm not going to go into the details but I feel like Daenerys Targaryen trying to get this out to Ser Jorah Mormont for the billionth tim…

It's an Origami World

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So, I've been buying jewelry again and picking it out wisely. I have to say this time I scored something just as unique as my precious Pandora.

It was just another day at the hospital and I was volunteering like I always do because I love helping people. I was heading down to the cafeteria for a short break when I stopped by the small store set up in the hall.

It was an Origami Owl stand and I caved into curiosity and learned that their jewelry consisted of lockets you could insert tiny charms into to tell a story or share what you love. It was too cute so I had to make one myself and managed to get it done in time before my break was over.


Lighting is a bit difficult but I managed to get some charms in there that you can no longer find in most stores. I'll admit I should have tried to find a bracelet that has a clock in the center so it could be my new everyday watch, but I was too in love with this one with the hearts.

The charms inside are: an emerald heart since it's m…

Scent Sanctuary

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If you walked into my bedroom and glanced at my dresser by the window, it's safe to say that you will think of me as a perfume addict.

I love spraying some on to add a sense of completion like I'm ready to greet the day ahead once I am dressed. One day might be floral while another day might be fresh. At nighttime I like to spray on something a little stronger like patchouli to give myself a sense of comfort before I go to sleep. I enjoy visiting the drugstore and trying on different scents when the bottle catches my eye.

Now mind you, if many scents give you a headache, I won't wear my perfume around you. If the workplace I'm in requires me to be scent-free then I am more than happy to comply.

But enough about that, I'm going to tell you a little about my ever-changing perfume collection and highlight the ones I'd repurchase.

Early years

The first perfume I owned was Avril Lavigne's Black Star. The only time I wore it was at night since I was in school they…