no o.o what is spatio
no o.o what is spatio
still the same i had all the time just its 6 months right now and not 3 months
i am a panda
i just noticed i look so tiny especially on the left. am i really that small @_@ confused
very smooth… o: and fast
see how much i freaking change with a different webcam
don’t trust broadcasts even tho theres no photoshop you can look totally different
yes extremely popular~ most people can’t even register for the game to get in to play (they only pick a certain amount of players so the servers aren’t too full I guess)
but many normal people don’t know the game (its still pretty new)!
little preview, finished another illustration for my kantai collection fanart book x: 2 done!
;-; no. nononono
some just say that for attention and compliments
others just really see themselves in a different way than other people do… i think
XDD my eyebrow hairs are pretty much black idk why and they are very thick >:
if I say that people will find out at which shrine I work as @-@ but its a very big shrine in osaka~ thats the only thing i will say ><
actually I am not religious at all. I am christian but I never believed in god, never went to church except when I was a baby, I also didn’t take religion classes at school after 2nd year of junior high or so.
However, I am really interested in Religion. Even though I don’t believe in it, it amazes me and moves me deeply. Its inspiring and I wish I could believe in something like that because it would probably help me going through harsh times.
Especially because religion in the life of a japanese person plays a role in their daily life aswell, I wanted to learn more about it.
its really fascinating ;-;
the other day I was in the main building of our shrine watching a Hatsu Miyamairi
(Miyamairi (宮参り, literally “shrine visit”) is a traditional Shinto rite of passage in Japan for newborns. Approximately one month after birth parents and grandparents bring the child to a Shinto shrine, to express gratitude to the deities for the birth of a baby and have a shrine priest pray for his or her health and happiness. The practice is not dissimilar to a Christian infant baptism.)
and it moved me a lot that I almost cried @-@ but there are many miyamairi ceremonies a day at my shrine, also wedding cemeronies where I prepare the tea and wedding sweets (manjuu) and bring them to the guests and stuff~
uh wow I wrote too much that wasn’t even asked for XD
yeah I moved to tokyo (one of the reasons was for this work <3)
I AM WORKING PART TIME AS A MIKO ( SHRINE MAIDEN ) IN A SHINTO SHRINE
ITS SO AMAZING REALLY
if you have questions send me an ask omg thats the thing I wanted to tell you guys the whole time xD <333