Minor addendum about my cross-training: it’s not for one week, but two. That makes things a little more complicated than I’d like, as it’ll mean that I’ll feel like the living dead for the duration. That means that I’ll be even less coherent than usual (if that’s even possible) when I get to write my review for my classmates’ stories this week. That doesn’t help my case any, really. Mmph, I guess I’ll also have to find a way to squeeze a visit to school as well.
On a personal note, my father and I got into a minor argument with regards to my credit card bill. I asked him to help me out while he was here, and he begrudgingly agreed, but I was given the most thorough verbal scrubbing I’ve received in recent memory.
I can’t blame him though, as nine thousand pesos is a huge thing for the family, especially since nanay is coming home from the US soon, but it’s not like I don’t pay my credit card bills. I do, but it takes a while, especially now with my part-time salary. Also, I’m already well aware of the dangers of letting the credit interest accumulate (I have been a credit card user for a while), but to speak down to me like I’m sort of a teenager… Ah well, it’s just the usual. As with all things concerning my father, I just won’t comment.
Hmm, I’ll have to call both WWF and Unicef to cancel my monthly donations for a while though. I’ll see to that this week.
As for my hobbies… Ah, now I remember why I’ve avoided complex composition in my sketches for a long time. Making it work without having it seem cluttered is one thing, having it transition properly unto a digital medium is another thing entirely. This one will definitely take a while, and this time around, with my schedule shift, it might really be completed only after the end of Madoka Magica.