When my thyroid gets up to where the doc wants it I will hopefully shrink back to my previous sailor fuku size. =w=; I really wanna dress up for Halloween. And IF I can go to the convention in November, wear it too. With leggings. :3 Can't freeze. I think we're actually going to have a cold winter.
See, the doc checked my thyroid and wants to watch it a little longer, but she thinks she will likely go up on my meds a little more. When I went in about the UTI it hadn't been long since the change.
Hunter needs to make an appointment for the doc too. She said she wants to go up on his testosterone shots but he never made a follow up appointment for the bloodwork. >.>; I need to get on him. He thinks he's fine and dandy, but I kinda... think not being sexually active sucks. I'm not addicted to sex or anything, but I want to make love with him once in a blue moon. Not never. >.<;
Oh yeah, the generic uniform actually belongs to Mako from Kill la kill but it's so basic... it's generic as far as I'm concerned. I need to watch Kill la Kill. Maybe after I finish Rainbow: Nisha Rokubou no Shichinin.
Rainbow was simulcast under Funimation... sadly they took it off stream due to low streaming numbers. But it's so good.
Japan, 1955: Mario Minakami has just arrived at Shounan Special Reform School along with six other teenagers who have been arrested on serious criminal charges. All assigned to the same cell, they meet older inmate Rokurouta Sakuragi—a former boxer—with whom they establish a close bond. Under his guidance, and with the promise that they will meet again on the outside after serving their sentences, the delinquents begin to view their hopeless situation in a better light.
Rainbow: Nisha Rokubou no Shichinin follows the seven cellmates as they struggle together against the brutal suffering and humiliation inflicted upon them by Ishihara, a sadistic guard with a grudge on Rokurouta, and Gisuke Sasaki, a doctor who takes pleasure in violating boys. Facing such hellish conditions, the seven inmates must scrape together all the strength they have to survive until their sentences are up; but even if they do, just what kind of lives are waiting for them on the other side?