Parenting is hard. Parenting a toddler is much harder. I mean, no matter how much I tried to clean up all the mess my toddler made, in just a matter of seconds, everything is back to how it was. A total mess.
A few days ago, I discovered Hotarubi no Mori e (Into the Forest of Fireflies’ Light), a 45-minute anime film. I’m telling you guys, I cried my heart out. I don’t understand why I was so hurt after watching this film. I mean, why??? *sob* and *sob..sob..sob*
Guuuys… I just finished watching The Seven Deadly Sins Season 1 & 2 and OMG 😱 it became an instant favorite (sorry, One Piece!)… I hope season 3 will come soon. I hate waiting. 😩
The series is undoubtedly thrilling and exciting to watch because the lead character is so OP. Who would think that this kid is the legendary leader of the 7 Deadly Sins. Well, I didn’t. I mean he literally looked like a kid… a kid with a buffed body. Although it looks awkward, but still, it’s Meliodas.
After taking back all the Divine Beasts, collected high-leveled weapons, built myself a house, activated almost all shrines, completed quests and still a big scaredy-cat to actually go face to face with a lynel, I decided to go get Calamity Ganon. Haha! 😛
I wasn’t disappointed though. With the help of the four champions and their divine beasts, Ganon was pretty easy to kill. I struggled with Thunderblight Ganon more, to be honest. Oh wait, it’s nothing compared to a surprise meet up with a lynel that would kill me in a few seconds.
The first time I went to Satori Mountain to check out the Lord of the Mountain was.. well, it didn’t appear. Good thing the Mogg Latan shrine is a few feet away from its location, so I can fast travel anytime.
Then one night, all the way from the Foothill Stable, I saw the magical light again from Satori Mountain. I fast travel there and was so amazed by the glowing aura surrounding the area. There were a number of blupees and of course, the majestic Lord of the Mountain. I wore the stealth armor set, sneaked my way to the Lord as the blupees ran away (I was scared the Lord will run, too) and mounted it.
Here we are five months after our son is born. It’s funny to think that all those romantic moments had turned into sleepless nights, milk stains on clothes and diapers everywhere. But these parenting moments are all worth it every time our son smiles at us – it absolutely melts our hearts.
After FINALLY reaching Zora’s Domain, I started the quest of taking back the Divine Beast, Vah Ruta. Muzu asked me to climb up Ploymus Mountain and get 20 shock arrows to be used in restoring Vah Ruta. Sounds easy at first. Arrows, huh! The only drawback is the Lynel guarding the area… or let’s say living in the area.
I’ve been playing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for days now. I already reached Kakariko Village, Hateno Village, Lurelin Village and the Kara Kara Bazaar. I wasn’t able to continue to Gerudo Town because the sandstorm was annoying and based on suggestions from other players, it’s the most difficult boss to kill. So, I will come back to it later.