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English Food

I love the smell of woodsmoke, so tonight I had a nice campfire outside in my backyard. Yes, I know, of course it was outside. There was really no need to specify that, but I felt like it…just for clarification. Just in case, haha!

In the morning, my Dad said he’s prepping a big English breakfast for us! I can’t wait! I love good food! Of course, the old pun that the English can’t cook and have bad food comes to mind….

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For the record, for those of you who don’t know, the blonde guy on the right is a personification of England. There is an anime known as “Hetalia” where all of the countries of the world are personified and run amok together. To be honest, it’s sterotyped cultures and a great history lesson! Plus, it’s hilarious. We all really need to learn how to poke fun at each other and ourselves like this. Each episode is usually only 5 minutes long. If you get the chance, I highly recommend this show. You can google it on YouTube: Hetalia.

I think there are 5 seasons total…? The first two seasons should actually still be on Netflix!

Good night and look for my words again soon!

-Soleil

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5 days until Camp NaNoWriMo opens for the July test month. I’m very excited and can’t wait to participate. Yay!

But, since I’m trying not to write until it starts, so that I can try to meet my goal of 50,000 words in July, I am starting a comic tonight. Actually, it will be a fanfic comic. I’ve had this story in mind for a while now and I can’t wait to finally start. I may just do story boards tonight and start actual pages tomorrow. I’m not sure, yet. I’ll see what happens when I start.

I finally finished “Playful Kiss” today. Quite a cute series. Again, if you’re into Korean dramadies, I definitely want to suggest that you enjoy this one, too! You can find it on Netflix!

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I have so many things on my Netflix list that I want to watch. Lately, I’ve been trying to watch all of the documentaries I have saved. I really like history and enjoy learning about it. So far, I’ve watched segments on King Arthur, Abraham Lincoln, Viking Swords (mostly the Ulfberht), Alexander the Great, Chatsworth, and Marco Polo. I hope to watch many more. I think learning about the past is a good way of looking at things from different points of view, especially when you read the same topic recorded from different countries. It’s always interesting!

…this being said, I must admit that I am a big fan of the anime and manga: “Hetalia”. It combines two of my favorite things: anime and history. Yay!

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For the record, each episode is about 5 minutes long and it’s an anime/manga that has personified the countries of the world. The above character who is overly excited is America. He’s goofy and one of the younger countries, supposedly portrayed in his mid-twenties. Overall, for history/anime nerds, I suggest this show, also.

Look for my words again soon!

-Soleil