Here it is, something I have been working on all week. Just building the (incomplete) Star Destroyer took many hours. I had to also find pieces to try to complete others sets (A-wing, Jedi interceptor, Snowspeeder) but you can get like this sets for really cheap. Alongside discount sets (like Rey's speeder for 1/3 of the price and stuff put together from random pieces given to me, like the numerous non lego-Star wars figurines you can see in the middle) that allowed me to build this huge battle. Taking everything out of their hiding places took more than one hour, and as soon as pictures were done, I had to take that same amount of time to hide them back because my week is already ending. But it was a really nice experience to get that much stuff out together. Look at the others pictures below (at the end there is also the report of my two last weeks with irl pictures, don't check them if not interested, they'll be a space between those and the rest of the lego pictures) :
Picture 2 Finished star destroyer. I completed as many as i could of the 40 missing pieces, so some stuff is of different colors than they should be, but you don't notice it much.
Picture 3 The set is incomplete, so the wings don't hold into place.
Picture 4 The main section opened.
Picture 5 The command section of the Star Destroyer.
Picture 6 I had an incomplete Hyena droid bomber set and an incomplete Vulture battle droid starship, so, alongside pieces from multiple sources, I was able to rebuild one complete ship.
Picture 7 The Rebel base is under attack !
Picture 8 Will the Rebel forces pierce the Imperial blocus and save their friends ?
Picture 9 Chewbacca at the top turret of the Millenium Falcon.
Picture 10 U-wing and A-wing are being flanked by TIE fighters, TIE striker and TIE advanced X1 alongside a battle-damaged Hyena droid bomber and others starships from the Rogue.
Picture 11 In space, the X-wing lead the assault to get through the blocus.
Picture 12 The Star Scavenger is blocking the exit of the underwatar hangar bay, while the strike team of the Rogues enter the base.
Picture 13 Panic reigns in the hangar bay as pilots try to get their starships and speeders out.
Picture 14 Imperial commandos and Death troopers have entered the base through a weak point, and threaten the power room. Leaders of the Rebel Alliance discuss evacuation plans as everyone scrambles to defend the base.
Picture 15 Imperial command on the ground discuss the battle, while Ahsoka fight Darth Maul with the help of leaking jedi Lubu-kun, the ewoks aren't going to be much help against the hovertank and a bomb droid is moving toward the wall...
Picture 16 The surviving battle droids of the Rogues are assaulting the hangar bay, the most difficult position, while the Stormtroopers are attacking the main door. Many heroes are moving to oppose them, including a Shivatanian wolfman jedi maybe named Loupy.
Picture 17 Admiral Thrawn is discussing with the Imperial Governor the battle, while Darth Vader and his guards are walking toward them. Thrawn's bodyguard, the bovine Dominus, has a spear vibroblade.
Now, for the IRL stuff. I have been pretty quiet on how things had been for me for the past two weeks because Fiona was in Canada and I didn't wanted her to have news about the problems I was having so I wouldn't get in the way of her fun.
I've been overheating a lot (since the last week of may, we had temperatures of over 30°C / 80°F and I have nothing really to fight the heat. It barely cool down at nights so I'm not sleeping much and well, and I overheat a lot during the day. That sure didn't help with everything going on.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4Pd3r0rloClS29Bcm5BW... After a panic attack during the day two weeks ago. I had a few of those during the last two weeks, as I feared Mommy would replace me with one of those great ABs she met in Canada or that mentionning me to them would make them hate me before meeting me (because people don't like to share things, including time with people like Mommy). I had a second one this week, on the sunday. My father told me a giant media store was organizing a charity yard sale, so I decided to drop by and see what was there. I thought it was going to be people from the charity association offering stuff, but no, it was unsold stuff from all their shops in the country. People had been raiding it, leaving with entire trunk of DVD, books and games (to resale, since they had many multiple times).
Lots of people was stressing me out (social anguish, demophobia, the fear of crowds) and without surprise nearly everything really interesting had been sold already or I had it already. I did found the Rey Speeder lego set for 8 $ instead of 25, so I took it. I followed the directions to pay and discovered they were two entire rooms filled with the queue ... under a 90°F / 35°C temperature. So I was overheating and super stressing, the panic attack slowly building up. I fought it all I could for 1h45 (also, the morning, I had took a shower and let water get into my right ear. I took the water out, but the irritation made my ear secret extra earwax, despite buying expensive stuff at the pharmacy, I lost all hearing on my right for 5 days) but finally collapsed at 20 people away from paying. People started to react to the fact I had been feeling bad since I started the queue, I was taken out... half an hour later I was feeling better and I was allowed to pay directly without returning in the queue. Not a pleasant moment.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4Pd3r0rloClZExXSEdRb... After a panic attack last week. I had quite a few nightmares before I started to relax thanks to baby time. I was in quite the depression as my fear of abandonment was hitting me bad, but I knew I just had to wait a bit more to feel better, and diaper time made me feel better right away.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4Pd3r0rloClRjBXRlBSU... Snapping my onesie on. I was wearing a Northshore diaper. I really liked those. Plastic front, but not too much of it, sturdy and absorbent, they are like my ID diapers but with a plastic front. I also tried the Wellness diapers, but I find them a bit uncomfortable, less absorbent than the Northshore and the crinkles was really loud.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4Pd3r0rloClSVV2Mk0tc... Bambino classic diapers, old version. Those take me back, those were the second or first AB themed diapers I ever wore (Biboons being the other) and I hadn't wore them in like 6 or more years. They were nice and good, but the plastic cover goes a bit too much on the side making them a bit scratchy for people chubby like me.