So I eventually decided to focus my efforts more on fixing up the inside of my truck rather than the outside. Good thing, too, because this truck is /shiiiiiiit/. Seriously; I had to yank the anti-lock brakes because they kept locking up when they weren't supposed to, I have one power window, the other (the driver's side, natch) had broken and got stuck open, so I yanked out the power window mechanism and replaced it with a manual one, but since I don't have a crank I had to hack a hole in the door panel and use a wrench to open and close it (which is so not worth the effort), my bumper fell off on my way to West Paris a few weeks ago, the power locks don't work anymore, and on top of everything, someone nailed it when I wasn't looking. Now I have a giant dent on the driver's side. Fortunately the door still opens. I still see Ironhide around town, though. At least he looks good, anyway. I have to stop myself from going up to the kid who owns it and make sure he's taking good care of him. >>
Anyway. I've still been drawing, but not much else, but now that I'm back in school (KILL MEEEE) (just kidding it's just one class for one semester) (no seriously though kill me), I'm likely going to start crocheting again because paying attention in class isn't really something I /do/. I want to open up my Etsy account again, and I think I'm gonna start by filling it up with these cute little octopuses (apparently 'octopi' isn't correct?) wearing top hats. I made the first one for a friend back in Texas, but goddamn it was so cute and I must share them with the world. And--shock and awe--I'm going to sculpt again. O: I've finally got the time, the space, and the stove to cook them in. And the, you know, actual desire to do it. I was lacking that for a bit.
Oh, also, for the four people left in the world who didn't know, I got a cat. He is huge for his age and eats everything. I mean that; he ate the paint chips off the wall. ><
So yeah stay tuned for...maybe some uploads. I don't have a scanner or a camera here, so I'll have to bring everything up to my mother's and scan/photograph everything when I go visit her. And God knows when that'll be.