Yay for first blog post.
Okay, so this is my blog. Welcome! This is where I talk about stuff that really doesn’t matter–like me! So what am I making this blog for? Well, I’m going to do this basically to find myself. It’s one of those teenage things, I guess, so I wouldn’t know. I want to find understanding of me and the world around me, find out more about the depths of humans and how deep we can actually go. I feel like the smallest things are what make up a human being. Every drop of blood makes out body, every blade of grass makes the open field.
So first thing’s first, I’m going to do what all great bloggers do–talk about my weekend! I’ll be talking about one of the nerdiest things ever: The San Francisco Pokemon VGC event. Haha! So from the beginning: I’ve been training for about a month, but I didn’t really EV train (Sorry for those of you who aren’t pokemon nerds, I’d just skip down to the bottom…). So my dad drove me and a couple of friends to the event place. We stood in line. We went inside. Stood in another line. Everyone got a wrist band (after having their team checked) that had a Pokedex number and one of the pokemon corresponding with it. I actually got one of my favorite pokemon: Number 37, Vulpix. We waited. During this time, I made some awesome new friends. It was lots of fun. Then they did the drawing, picked 128 random pokemon, and pictured them on the screens surrounding the area. Guess what. I was picked. My two friends unfortunately were not, but one of my new friends did. I stood in line. Again. And waited and waited. Finally, I got paired up with someone. His trainer name on his game was LUCAS. I guess he just decided to go with the default name. I battled him. He used Lucario and Spiritomb (jerk, going with cheap pokemon) and I started off with my Skarmory and Charizard. He was too fast. His Lucario used Stone Edge on my Charizard. Now, for anyone who is a pokemon nerd would clearly understand how this is a deadly move on my Charizard. It was a one hit KO. My Skarmory was able to stay for a while, but if my Charizard had been able to get one earthquake in, I would’ve done a well job. My Lapras was next up. I was able to knock out his Spiritomb, but he sent out an Electevire, which was big troubles for my Skarmory. Skarmory used Roar! I managed to put off the Electevire, and pull out his Honchcrow. Unfortunately for me, since Honchcrow is part flying type, it wasn’t effected by the spikes spread out by my Skarmory. It was a long hard fought battle, and I ended up losing. I thought I would pwn some n00bs that day, but I ended up being the n00b that got pwned. My pokemon adventure ended there, and I watched two of my new friends make it to the finals. I called my dad to pick me up at that time. It was fun, embracing my inner nerd, meeting new people, having some poke-fun. I was upset I lost, but I still had a good time.
OKAY. Non-pokemon fans can start reading again. Honestly, I’m having a problem that I might be bringing up a couple times on this blog. A PROBLEM. I HAZ IT. So there’s this guy (I think you can see where this is going) and he was a fairly good friend last year, but not so much anymore. I kinda have a crush on him, but I’m not 100% sure. I’m unsure because I really do think he’s cute, nice, smart, athletic, and overall a very talented and perfect guy… but I still have feelings for my ex, and I don’t know if this could just be recoil or not. Part of me wants to tell this crush guy I like him, but part of me wants to make sure before I do anything nuts. Also, the part of me who wants to tell him doesn’t know how. Please help me. I’m just a crazy teenage girl trying to survive in this world.
After this, I really don’t have much to talk about for now. I hope good friends will read this and try to help me out with my problems and what not.