I've already tried the email thing (believe me, next month, I'm going to get an email that starts off nicely enough , detailing what I was waiting for in the mail when I wrote it, then rapidly derails into outright anger and vehemence), but that's sort of where the second point in the picture comes into play too. One of the bigger things keeping me from talking to anyone about certain problems is the nagging thought in the back of my mind that they'd be better off if I didn't say anything to them at all. Feh. I hope this clears up sometime soon, because it'd really suck going into December (where there are at least three things happening that I'm looking forward to) and still be in a bad mood.
I probably shouldn't have said what I did about whoever's commissioning that fursuit in my previous entry (reading it now, it sounds so... petty), but until I can place the source of my problems, the best I can do is make note of what "sets me off", and do my best to avoid it.
I don't know why I'm able to talk so calmly about it right now either (blame tiredness, I suppose), but it's a nice break, even if it does only last 'till whenever I get out of bed later this afternoon.
I'm going to try to stay up 'till 10, because even though Mario Galaxy's release date is today, and EB Games usually doesn't have new games in 'till the day after, I've read a couple things about some places already selling them, so it can't hurt. My bank account, maybe, but I've yet to buy my game for the month, so there's no reason I should feel guilty about it.
I was planning on going to McDonalds to get some food as well, but Dad's doing something involving the drain, which will apparently take him a couple hours to finish, and he just went out to get some piece of equipment he needed, which was probably my only chance of going. Meh. The gut I have right now is disgusting. It's not extremely bad or anything, but I could still stand to lose some weight. If only there was a way to say "I don't want to eat anything" without having to explain why.
I'm going to play a couple songs on Guitar Hero II though, then see about making a bit more progress on Turnabout Beginnings. Last I can remember, I'm stuck trying to find some way to prove that the witness would kill her own sister. I've presented the jewel, which was probably the most compelling piece of evidence, but to no avail.
I know this entry has been incredibly self-absorbed too (I've, I, I, I'm, I, I'm I), but I noticed that shortly after I started writing, and decided to continue with it. Fun :3