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I'm going to start taking Hetalia Fanfiction commissions! And maybe other commissions, if I've seen the anime enough.

The points I get will be mostly going to friends and the groups I'm in, mostly to the group I created.
And that's about it. So Donate if you want, it's not going to be used on me, but on friends and artists who deserve it. <3

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Usagi "Bunny" Hikari
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United States
Ciao~! Well, I'm just your average Fanfiction and original story writer!
"It is better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self."

I still will share a lot of my writing works because I actually want to see how good I actually am. I want to know if I'll be able to support myself with being an author! I have the habit of making everything kinda longer than needed, so have some time set aside when planning on reading them.

I speak German (Austrian Dialect) and English, and do use Italian and Japanese here and there since I love languages. Also am a fan of most things international. I was raised as an international child (being born in Austria and travelling a lot).

Personal Quotes: "I'm not crazy, I'm insane!"
"I AM THE WORLD!!! I have all the world's curls!" (Myself on my hair)
"I don't want to become a pancake! It would mess up my hair!" (Pancake is like a code word for getting run over, and that was a day where I spent a very long time on my hair.)

"There's no certainty, only opportunity."

"People should not be afraid of their governments, Governments should be afraid of their people."

"It is not my birthplace, but where my soul shall rest...All the people of Ayothaya here have taught me...They taught me the difference between an honourable death and one that is not. If one dies for the country and King Naresuan, no matter how many lifetimes one is born, it is still worth giving up one's life. At this moment, my heart is Ayothaya." ~Yamada Nagamasa, a Japanese

"Love for one's country doesn't necessarily belong to only those who were born of the same land. Love for one's country can be born in the heart of anyone who wishes that the soil of the country covers his face when he dies."

Romaneko Journal Doll by PruKit Cry in Trapland by darndragon ChaoticMonki by darndragon
HistoryXHetalia by KatieKa-Boom Italy's brothers Stamp :D by melo91 kyut by annalovebianca
APH: I love Chibitalia Stamp by Chibikaede APH: I love Lovino Stamp by Chibikaede APH: I love Prussia Stamp by Chibikaede APH: I love Taiwan Stamp by Chibikaede
The Log-out Stamp by Busiris Caramelldansen by muslma Inky's Army member stamp by Culinary-Alchemist StarCrafts: Zergling by 16thSquadSanseki
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So, Wednesday was a day planned on hiking Dog Mountain. I heard about it from Ash, my onee-san, as this really difficult hike that even she couldn't do. After our ten mile, six hour hike in a nearby park (and achieving a large blister from my was supposed to rain...), I though a 6.9 mile wouldn't be that bad. And I didn't think much over the 3,000 foot incline...

Ishy and I left early, grabbed breakfast and snacks. I had my small "Adventuring Bag" with me, packed with: Fully charged cell phone, camera, batteries, wallet, smallest memo book, pens, compass, sunscreen, and my traveling bunny, Felix. I then packed the snacks and my one water bottle.

The trip there was rather enjoyable. Due to Ishy's GPS not working for "Dog Mountain", we used his phone. We listened to the radio, and then my roadtrip songs (so excited I was finally able to use them!). I often leaned over to look out the window, since I had never traveled on this side of the gorge before. However, we slowly learned Ishy's phone is evil.
After taking us down a gravel path, we turned around and took the other path....which led to a property with two dogs barking and lunging at the car (large van technically). After spending about ten minutes trying to turn around WITHOUT hitting the dogs, I decided to stop using the phone, and just drive down the highway until we see a sign. 
Sign being found, Ishy got the day pass thing, as I figured out how we should carry the other water bottles. Ishy decided to carry both in his pockets.

Just before leaving the car, I realized, I needed to use to restroom. Ishy saw a sign for them, so we headed up the trail...These restrooms were from hell. Not even joking. I checked the first room. It was a spider den. Went to the second room. Spider nesting room....Those who know me know I have Arachnophobia. I got Ishy to clean some of the webs in the first room, but after losing sight of a giant spider that fell down, I decided to test the second room. Ishy checked around the toilet and by the toilet paper thing, but I would not enter the room. Maybe the fact that it was rather dark, with no lights but a brown window with a good sized spider in the middle. 
It took about five minutes for Ishy to convince me the room was okay, he'll be right outside, don't worry, and all that before I even took a step inside. I swear to all Gods past and present, I will never complain about a rest-stop bathroom with no spiders ever again!

Then we started hiking. Ishy found a pile of hiking sticks waiting near the sign for the trail, so he took two. I remembered to put on sunscreen, and off we went. Took about five minutes to realize Ash was not joking. It was so steep, and though I normally love paths with lots of rocks for me to navigate, the sun was not about to let me have any fun. The steep trail with the sun made me stop earlier than I thought. Every turn, I took a breather. I wanted to go on, for the view and for dA, but I just couldn't. After around 50 minutes, and an 1/8 of the way there, I didn't want to go on. Ishy jogged up the next part of the trail while I tried to see if I could get up. 

And so, we headed back down. Me pissed at myself for giving up, and still upset at Ishy's phone for getting us lost. So, to cheer us up, we decided to take the toll bridge we saw earlier, called "The Bridge Of The Gods"! It was a pretty bridge, and I felt better. Ishy noticed a sign pointing the way to the Scenic Byway, up to a building I love called "Vista House". We decided to drive down this road, since I knew it, and I knew Ishy loved driving. We missed the turn for "Vista House", but Ishy loved the drive. So both of us decided to travel down the Scenic Byway again, to go Waterfall Hopping and visiting all the little historical places along the way.

We went back to his house, cheered for the air conditioning, and after trying to figure out what to do, watched a bunch of Castle.

While the hike was a failure, we know what to do for our next roadtrip/hike. And to not trust Ishy's phone again.

All in all, it was an okay day...

And I will not doubt Ash again....Fuck that trail...and fuck those restrooms from hell.
  • Mood: Tired
  • Listening to: Silence
  • Reading: Research for Original Story
  • Drinking: Mio Cranberry Raspberry

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yama-fromX Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014  New member
Thank you for your interesting in my work!
Although I haven't understanded what "Drawing Stuff" is ...
usagi-hikari9 Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh, hehehe...
Well, I like drawing and painting, but sometimes I might need a reference or I'm plain out of ideas. Especially since I suck at painting and drawing. I practice by using techniques other people use and stuff like that.
(Also, I want to try my hand at drawing more man-made things. I like how your picture was set-up, so I'll try my hand at buildings from farther away.)
YunaAsakura Featured By Owner Edited Jul 2, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey~ Thanks a lot for advice with Thesaurus.  I haven't heared of it before. Just tried the english and german versions out and it's great. Thanks a lot. :3
It's great to hear that german is not so hard for everyone. :D Most people I know and did knew have/had some problems with it due the articles like der (m), die(f), das(things) for only "the" and other differences.
usagi-hikari9 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh you're welcome. Thesaurus is my friend, since I often have a word on my mind, but I just can't think of it, only stuff similar to it.
German only isn't that hard because I grew up listening to it. Being born in Austria makes German much easier. I am losing some of the language, mostly since I don't practice it every single day, like I did in school. I do listen to music or stream Austrian radio stations close to where I used to live.
I remember listening to the poor little German 1 class. They always got so confused when the teacher told them about der, die, and das. So hilarious, every single year I saw them.
AliceClone Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you so much for the fav! :iconyayitalyplz:
usagi-hikari9 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You are very welcome, m'dear! I can't believe more people faved it~!
zaENDle Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2014  New member Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks you so much for the llama :D
usagi-hikari9 Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome~
zaENDle Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014  New member Hobbyist General Artist
no probs :D
SavannahWrites Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2014  New member Hobbyist General Artist
I love your poems and stories!
Also, congrats on your DD on Ten Little Deviants :3
*watches you*
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