It's been awhile since I made something fancy like lasagna. You're prob much more of a chef that I am lol.
I know basic knowledge of computer architecture and troubleshooting, but most of the time I'll just google search the issue. Computers can be quite complicated at times though. Yeah, there's lots of stuff down in Atlanta. I've driven down there a few times. Don't know much about Savannah since I've only drove through once. Following instructions for everyone is different I guess. And I make anything that sounds good really. No particular kind of food. I can't really smell a spice and know if itll go goo in it though. I'd have to try different things or search it up. I didnt know there were mini cons around? Always thought they were these major things that everyone goes to lol. Ill keep an eye out for them. The dolphins only were visible for a cpl seconds, too fast to take a pic, but it was cool to see.
Hi. I live in your State, too. :)
My degree basically offers anything computer business related. It's like a starter for many other careers to go into. I haven't found what I really enjoying doing yet. Yeah I don't really go out too much besides work. I want to though. To be able to explore a bunch. But not til I at least have a bit more freedom with my time. Even out of the box baking can be difficult when the instructions aren't completely clear lol. Sometimes I get confused and something scary becomes the result. For experimenting I just use whatever I can find around the house and add things together. It can be quite random if it sounds good in my head. Experimenting with spices, and condiments.....whatever else I can use pretty much. Indeed it is a continuous learning experience whether bad or good. I do plan on going to a con eventually. Don't plan on cosplaying at first though. Once I learn what it's like then maybe I'll feel like doing that. Tybee Island is a nice area. I actually saw dolphins when I woke up early to see the sunrise.
Yes. Interesting developments, but also somewhat predictable and drags out so much. The whole season could have been 3 episodes.
No, I have not. I'm not a huge romance or drama fan. Sorry.
I can never pace myself when it's too good lol. That's why I usually try to wait til it's done before watching all at once. Sometimes, I just don't want to wait that long. I've tried game development before. I'm not very good at programming though. It can get pretty frustrating. Bugs that I never thought were possible became possible haha. I'm still considering lots of things. The real world can be quite stressful. Anime has always been a nice escape. Baking sounds fun. The most I've ever done is Walmart's out of the box recipes though. I do a lot of experimenting with food, trying to find what goes well with what. I can imagine how devastating messing up a cake design can be. All that work. Cons do sound like they'd be a lot of fun. You say you've only felt out of place when you didn't cosplay, but I'm not even brave enough to begin cosplaying haha. Does that mean I'll definitely feel out of place? :P Ohhh I remember passing through Savannah last year to go to Tybee Island. A bit of a drive, but was worth it. Was such a nice place. First time I've ever been so close to the ocean.
It's nice that I didn't have to wait long for ep 6, but now I'll be waiting a week for each release. The struggle lol. Yeah, that's basically what computer information systems is. I'm taking the degree because it opens up a lot of opportunities. I really don't know what I want to do, but this will at least get me somewhere. Though, how MoriMori-chan is living life seems pretty nice haha. That's kind of how I do art. I see things in my head, then try to bring it out. It can be quite frustrating trying to get it to look right. I rarely draw because I'm such a perfectionist. Hours upon hours of erasing. x) It takes lots of practice to get good at it, with lots of patience and persistence. I really do want to go to a con sometime. I'll prob be more willing to go after I'm out of school. Between work, and studies there's always so much going on in my head that I might not be completely into it. Well, for a first time kind of thing, like you said, it's kind of intimidating. I know what you're saying though. It would be nice to be around people with common interests.
It was definitely worth it haha. It didn't take me long to catch up either :P. Computer information systems actually covers a wide range of careers among business and technology jobs. But basically, it's teams of people evaluating a system problem and coming up with a new solution that either improves or replaces the old system. By system I mean some type of computer program. As for what I want to do with it.....no idea lol. But it's something that will make it easier to find a career once I have the degree. You sound exactly like any other person who mentions they do art, regardless of skill level haha. No one thinks they're that good, and I agree that there will always be room to grow. Buuut I'm sure you're better than those without the experience that you currently have. I pretty much work around the weekends. I could take a day off ahead of time to go, though I've yet to go to one, and I'd prob be a nervous wreck going alone. x) I guess I'm not so motivated to make time.
So far I'm really liking it ^^ Thanks for the recommendation. As for studies, I'm working on a degree in Computer Information Systems. I'm a casual gamer when it comes to games, so I'll try anything just for the fun of it. You sound like quite the artist though. I'm sure you make magnificent things. And I wish I had time for conventions. They're usually going on during my work week anyway though haha.