Good things and bad things

Good thing: Mists of Pandaria releases on September 25th, which is just about the perfect timing in regard to the wedding.

Bad thing: if I don’t want to miss it – and I most emphatically don’t – I will have to postpone my tooth replacing, which is a really unpractical thing anyway that will require me to go back to Italy for at least 3 weeks and even to go back and forth from Rome to Milan multiple times. SO annoying.


Good thing: I’m just back from trying on my wedding dress, and it’s oh so lovely. Why aren’t women wearing dresses in that style anymore?

I know, not very practical. But still, so beautiful! ♥

Bad thing: as I suspected, I gained 1.5 kilos since I hurt my ankle. Even though I ate much less than before (I count calories so I know that with certainity). That is really bad, as the dress was tight around the chest and I’m getting married in one month  and a half… Luckily, I have green lights for starting aerobics again on Sunday so hopefully I should be able to shed the extra weight in time. Stupid ankle. >_<


Good thing: I have a dear, dear friend that I feel most lucky to have met. He is a wonderful, gentle, intelligent person the kind of which I can’t really say it’s common in this world (he’s even handsome, even has a sexy voice!).

Bad thing: said friend doesn’t think nearly highly enough of himself, and even worst we live in different countries so I can’t go to him every day to knock some sense into him by brute force (such a delicate girl I am, I know).

Why is it that the best people in the world never ever seem to realize just how special and precious they are? While the jerks always seem to have such a high opinion of themselves, too… It drives me crazy, goddammit!!


Random thing: those pirates in Tanaris look so fit. I wonder what kind of gym are they subscribed to.

looking oh so fit

Nice pants, btw.



That’s right, “goals” backwards… because if I measure my day in WoW by things still to be done, I’m gonna flip out crazy, ‘mon.

It’ll be boring, but then again nobody’s gonna read this anyway and it’s my blog, so who gives a damn.

Saturday, July 21st

Dear diary,

today after doing all of my daily AH scans, quests and shuffles,

Pallade reached 300 skill in both Mining and Jewelcrafting. She’d be ready for outland stuff now, wasn’t it for the fact that the AH only sold 16 Black Diamonds out of the 18 she needs. Just one short, gah! And no, my Math is correct – she already had one, kindly donated by the Family.

Juljin got to a mighty level 7 already! Judging by her attitude, I bet she feels at least 20 levels higher than that.

Crocolisk in the city was not up, so Anzu got to rest a bit as well.


In other news, I’m tired and hungry, but after being a prick earlier, my fiancé redeemed himself by donating stuff and gold to the family. I forgive him… Maybe we should squabble more often. :p

Trolls, songs

“How about songs, Jul? You like ’em?”

She loved songs.

No, that wasn’t quite right. She loved rhythm.

The angry rhythm of the drums playing notes of battle.

The sly rhythm of the arrows flying off her bow to hit the enemies’ vital spots.

The soft rhythm of Sambas’ paws on uneven soil.

The quiet rhythm of rain falling of autumn leaves.

The frantic rhythm of her own heart, when she was making love.

And then, maybe, there was a rhythm she loved above all the others.

Juljin fixed her eyes southwards, toward the isles where she had spent her childhood playing, hunting and listening to her father’s chanted tales of braveness and glory, his voice monotonous, soothing, almost rhythmic.

“Yeah, mon. I do like ma’ songs.”