So the day has finally arrived...and it appears nothing cataclysmic happened. o.0;
Actually, I'm rather glad now that it didn't. Now, I can continue on in working on my stories and collecting random things, like old postcards and Hard Rock Café pins. (Laughs.)
All joking aside, though, I had a feeling that the planet wouldn't explode today, but I confess that I was a little leery about other things, like polar shifts and tsunamis. I really didn't know what to expect, since the ancient Mayans never exactly said what would happen. And yet, I do know for a fact that, one day, life as we know it will end, and humanity will become extinct. Looking at it from a scientific perspective, that will inevitably happen, whether it's by a nuclear holocaust, global pandemic, or by an asteroid smacking in the Earth's pretty little face, we're going to find an end to our story somehow.
But that's neither here nor there at the moment.
I think the main thing is to enjoy each day we have to the fullest, with those whom we care for most. I know that sounds like something someone might read inside of a Hallmark card, but I mean it. Technology and everything else really isn't all that important, compared to the people who genuinely care about you.
Anyway, I'm again happy that everything didn't go to hell in a handbasket today. No zombie apocalypse or anything horrific like that. I'm...really glad we didn't have a zombie apocalypse. Anyone else with me on that one? Yes? No? Oh, you twisted, lovely people who said no.
Oh, and just as a precaution, in case something did, in fact, happen today: Last night, I went to see The Hobbit, again, just in case, and I absolutely loved it. Thorin Oakenshield...*swoons*...Oh, Richard Armitage, why do you have to be so damn hot, even as a stern-faced, sardonically sexy dwarf?! I'm really glad that the world didn't end, after all, to see him onscreen...Again, *swoons!*
Next journal entry: My love/hate for all things Final Fantasy VII, and maybe my personal thoughts regarding the evils of the LTD therein. Stay tuned.