You have no idea how much I miss you guys! I’ve been away being sad and tired, BUT I think of you all everyday and you keep me going. I feel much better now!
Look what I’ve got here! This beautiful new purple hair I got from a store in Height Street, San Francisco, where I also got new multicolor leg warmers and a steam punk skirt. It’s THE place to go to get all your eccentric glamorous whatnots!
Showing here also is the “Julie, This Is Our Coutry” T-shirt which I got a while ago but didn’t have time to post.
Julie, This Is Our Country T-shirt Details
This was a story about me saving my coworker from demonic zombie attack by providing solar powered blood transfusion in the middle of the ocean.
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I was in a fighting troupe on a mission to defeat evil creatures like zombies, vampires and such. We were in somewhere like a basement full of small, dark rooms where evil creatures hide and ready to attack. In one of the rooms, my troupe mate, Julie, who in real life is my coworker, got attacked and bitten by a vampire. She would soon turn into one of them.
Frantically we dragged Julie out of the basement and checked on her wounds. Her face was pale and her heart was beatingÂ slowerÂ andÂ slower. Some of the troupe mates started to weep. I scooched in closer to her body, put her head onto my lap and placed my left hand close to her mouth. I said, “guys, I have an idea. Julie, go ahead and suck my blood. My fresh blood will flow into your body, and your toxic blood will flow into mine. I will harness the power of the sun to cleanse my body and turn the toxic blood into clean blood again for both of us. Let me be your blood transfusion. I can save you.”
I held up one arm to receive the power of the sun while Julie cycles out her toxic blood into my body. Seeing Julie was doing well, I finally looked up and paid some attention to our surrounding. Lo and behold, we were in a building situated in the middle of the ocean. Looking out, I saw the waves of the sea gleaming underneath the sun and hitting against the glass windows, whales, dolphins and mermaids playing and splashing at the surface of the sea. I could see miles and miles away where the sea and the sky meet.
Sensing Julie’s body turning warmer on my lap, I said in a whisper, “Julie, this is our country. We live together with all creatures of the ocean. We are one. Isn’t this amazing? I think you are going to be okay.”
Dear fans, I’m so excited about the upcoming image that despite sore throat and headache I’m still posting this. I’ll be fine because you give me courage.
Ocean, the ocean, the vast ocean. It is where life first starts and it still holds the secret of the future of life. I dream of the ocean quite a bit, AND don’t be surprised, my last name, You, which should actually be pronounced as Yo, is æ¸¸, which means swimming. And I’m a Pisces. It all makes sense.
However in real life, I can’t swim without goggles because otherwise my contact will flow out and I won’t be able to see shit. If I try to dive more than 2 feet I will go home with ear infections. Most ocean water is too cold for me, and I have no idea how to deal with current whatsoever. But I still love the ocean as an idea, a scenery and a story. If you’ve known me for some time, you know I even went through a pretty long merfolks period. Okay pretty much through entire college I was mer-obsessed. Ah, good times.
The Day I Knocked Down a Mermaid
Mermaid in the Water
Alright, what does this all have to do with “Julie” and “Our Country” and whatever that’s in the title? Ocean! Julie is one of my co-workers at Circle of Moms. She’s a beautiful French young woman who came and visited me in my dreamy wonderland one night. In there we had a grand adventure in which we are all citizens of this ocean country.