Friday, March 18, 2011

Tumblr Pics

I don't own these pics. I just found them really interesting, and I wanted to make a blog post today, so there. Sometimes, you don't need to express how you feel exactly. There can be many outlets, you just gotta find one. To the owners of these pictures, put watermarks to prevent copyright issues.
True, right? Who are we to contradict with the power of the Almighty. If He wanted me to resign, He will make a way. I didn't want to, but something happened. And once you pray, you know things eventually happen to give you an answer. Right. I'm in my own world here, but I bet you pretty much get that.................. Oh, but I don't bet.
Yeah. I've accepted the fact that I have an undiagnosed sleeping problem. Ever since I graduated, I always had a hard time waking up early. I want to wake up 8 am at least. But that's just not possible, especially that I'm a nurse. Nurse, blogger, writer. Oh well. Going to church will be the only event I would wake up for without grumbling. Hmm. Kidding!

I'm sure everybody can relate to this. There's just something about music that relaxes our mind and body. Even rock music can be a therapy, for some. I don't know the exact physiology of that. If exercise releases endorphin, then music probably releases __________. Well, holler back if you know the answer, because I don't.

Uh-huh. My blog is a testimony as to how passionate I am with beautiful clothes. I hate to admit it, because it's a worldly thing, so let's just leave it at that. No more justifications. Funny how one day you're in, the next day you're out. Just like Heidi Klum's Project Runway tag line. LOL. I hope there are no rules in fashion so people can just wear whatever they like.
I didn't want to include this, but I have to. Hoping that someone, somewhere would do something about it. Look at the contrast. It's beautiful photographically speaking, but it's an ugly truth. Oh how Africa has been cursed! Can't we just evacuate that land, bring all the good people over and reform the bad ones. (cough Nigerians cough) Oops. If I pray, I know that's gonna make a difference. Okay, here's one way you can help. I selected this organization randomly on Twitter.

I also had to include this because I can relate to it. I'm still really a child at heart, especially when I'm around my family. I don't have to worry about anything one bit. I'm sure everybody still has that little boy or little girl in them who surprisingly comes out from time to time. It's good being a child. No worries, no qualms. "Carefree" used to be my favorite word, but being "responsible" is one of the best things you can ever be. I guess "BALANCE" between the two is a better word.

Yes. This is true with old people, mostly. We admire them, not because of how they look but because of who they are. Do we have to wait that long to become persons of value? I hope not. But that's just life -- it's a progression. We all need to be stupid at one point, so we can learn from it. What's important is NOW. Be the best today.

I can't explain this picture pretty well. My own interpretation of it is that when you read, there are no boundaries. You can get to places, see a lot of things, meet a lot of people, without actually having to leave your seat. What a blessing good books are. And how blessed are those who love to read. It's a gift. Not everybody is fond of reading, and they don't know what they're missing out on-- which is a lot, actually.

What a beautiful picture! Bless the artists who have the gift to make people feel better with their art.

Monday, March 14, 2011

Crazy Little Thing Called Love

I'm absent from work today, yay! So I might as well make use of my time in a really good way. Good way, huh? I'm going to make a not-so-review of our recent family favorite movie -- Crazy Little Thing Called Love a.k.a. First Love. A movie starring Chone (Mario Maurer) and Nam (Pimchanok Leuwisetpaiboon), both Thai actors.

It's a sort of unrequited love story of a younger, ugly, dark-skinned, nerdy girl towards her handsome, popular, almost-perfect senior. The producers provided this tag line with the movie: Everybody's love story, basically because at one point in every girl's life, this situation has most likely taken place. Where you just sit from afar and  look at the boy you like, along with every other girl who are secretly crushing on him too. That could have been a perfect plot. The twist and turns, however, were a little too unrealistic, so it put me off a bit.

Nam's transformation into a more beautiful lady was all done for Chone. Not bad, in a way, it was just too fast, though. How can a girl grow into someone else in just one semester? You gotta be kidding me! But in the eyes of the captivated fans, I guess that doesn't matter one bit anyway, so it's my bad for feeling that way. Lol. Actually, I liked it a lot, but I need to give an honest review, right? And who wouldn't get touched after finding out that Chone felt the same way all along, even when Nam was yet the ugly duckling that she was? Awwww. What a beautiful story!

They had to part ways after the revelation, and then nine years had to pass before they would meet each other again. It was an unsatisfying ending, and again -- unrealistic. Could you possibly wait for someone for nine years? Nine long years? There I go again.

The fact is, no matter how fantasy-ish it was, I still really liked it so much. What a good way to end my Saturday night and what a good way to bond with my cousins. We all really enjoyed it. I'm just pretending not to like it so I could earn a reputation as being a "tough critic", but really I'm not. Lol. You should watch Crazy Little Thing Called Love, I'm giving it 5 stars! Meantime, check out the trailer here.


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