. . . The blog title sounds like a horror film. The Happenings: the true story of the horrors that is life. HAH.
Well, my birthday was on the third and it was pretty a'ight! I'm usually not one for super extravagant things. Like I'd rather mess around with my best friends at my house than. . . I dunno, spend a day at DisneyWorld with a front-of-the-line pass to all rides. But maybe that's the case because I loathe most park rides. Point is, I was very satisfied with a simple family dinner. Even though my brother brought his girlfriend along when I didn't really want her to come. Oh well.
I saw Whitskit a few days ago at Target. In case you forgot who she is, you can see her abandoned website by clicking on her name. Apparently she's a silent stalker of this website and for some reason that pleases me. Hi Whit! (give me your Tumblr url hueheuehue) Wait a second. I'm suddenly sensing a shift in the atmosphere. . . What's that smell? *sniff sniff* Hmm, zebra. More specifically, blue zebra. Strange.
Lately, I've been enjoying these lazy summer days in between getting service hours for my church and school. This means the Tubes, the Tumbles, the textings, the. . . book-readies. I've already read four books this summer, all of which have reviews over at the Books n' Reading Blog. Speaking of books, Scholastic has this thing with Kellogg's brand products where you can enter a code from inside the box to get a free book of your choosing! There's not too many books for my age group, but for the heck of it I ordered Bar Code Tattoo. It doesn't have the best name for a book (nor does it have all too impressive reviews on Goodreads) but it's absolutely free with the code. And many of you know I'm a sucker for free stuff.
Also, my brother actually got me Animal Crossing: New Leaf for the 3DS! It has been amazing becoming the mayor of my dear town Luna. It seems like there's so much to discover in the game. Fun fact: I used to be a bit paranoid that people online or something would try to find me in real life, so when I was asked my town name in my first AC game I said "Nevada", not knowing I was creating a town completely unrelated to where I lived. Well, that was in the past. Heck, with the number of friends I publicly talk with online, other people are bound to know more about me than I originally disclosed. So I guess it can't be helped.
The worst thing that happened this summer was the downfall of my iTouch, which I got for my birthday years ago. I've had troubles getting any help for it. Basically it's just a white screen with twitchy horizontal lines. The lines are thin and multicolored. It does "lock" by going to the black screen. I tried letting it die then charging it, and forcing a restart--nothing. I already restored it back to factory settings and I just restored its last backup. It didn't help, though. . . I guess it's something an Apple Genius will have to check up on.
Whoops, that was a long post. To cut the text, have a nice gif.