So, Happy New Year everyone. Hope you're all in better shape than I am.
Now, my nerd friend tells me before the break, "Hey, I head of an upcoming Pokémon tournament and it's doubles. You and me?" And I stare at him with a blank face that just screams, "You have asked me to do something and I am still processing whether or not my abilities match what the activity demands."
I taught this guy everything there is to know about Pokémon. I'm pretty
Doesn't matter where.
Especially when they get carried away with them.
Although I wonder how many puzzle designers have been burned by their own block puzzle.
I have decided to take on the Nuzlocke Challenge in Heart Gold seeing how my last Nuzlocke ended. My goal is to make this run harder without making it impossible.
Here are the rules. (Rules 4-10 are my optional rules.)
1. You can only capture the first Pokémon in each new area.
2. If a Pokémon faints it considered dead.
3. You must nickname your Pokémon.
4. No Duplicate Pokémon.
5. No use of any items except HMs and Poké Balls.
6. You can only
Updated 2nd January 2013 at 05:39 PM by Abomasnow
To be honest, most of these resolutions can extend way past New Years, but I figure it's a good time to make them regardless.
1. Drink more water
2. Try not to gain too much weight
3. Pass the coding exam I'm taking in the summer
4. Go on another girl's trip
5. Fly in a plane
6. Go to a new destination
7. Show my family how much they mean to me
8. Become more independent
9. Try to love myself more
10. Try new things
Tried to write a New Year's post. This is my third attempt. Turns out, there's just not a lot to say about how glad I am that 2012 is over, except that I'm looking forward to a new chapter. In the last two years, I got my first job, moved out into my own place, got married, got divorced, lost some friends and found the love of my life.
It's been a tiring, elating, heartbreaking, overwhelmingly long process to get to where I am now. Am I glad of it? Yes. Are things perfect? No. There