This was my outfit yesterday and as you can see it, someone’s crazy over animal prints. I’m starting to collect such kind of clothing and shoes especially the zebra prints.
I’m very much thankful for the 32,ooo views last year especially for the hardcore “Love of Siam” fans…
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 32,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 7 Film Festivals
Last December, I had so much things to do that I wasn’t able to post anything here. I am really trying my very best to be active in blogging but school, work and some personal stuffs are taking most of my time and I could not even have enough time for sleep. Nonetheless, I could really say that my December has been a blast as I get to spend it with my family and friends. One blog post might not be enough to sum up my December but this is long overdue so just bear with me.
Culmination/Recognition exercise for our Day Care Math Tutorials
Rarejob Christmas Party. The yearly photo op with our CEO plus my cute Double strap Mary Jane Heels.
Spending Time with Sisters and Friends….
Enjoying the HOLIDAY SEASON..
A YEAR-END TRIP BACK TO MY HOMETOWN WITH MY TRAVEL BUDDY- SHAIRA. We only had a day to spare for this trip but it was so fun as we were able to meet cool and fun people especially the “soulsurfers.” Shaira was also succesful for her first try in surfing while I wasn’t able to overcome my fear of the BIG WAVES. Nonetheless, it was an epic adventure for us. I hope to be back there in Amihan sa Dahican and hopefully, I will be able to dominate the waves. Cheers for a good friend and a good trip.
Last week, I watched the epic musical film “Les Miserables” and went out of the movie theater with swollen eyes. The movie was so emotional and the story was so sad. I have watched the musical videos and even the film starring Liam Neeson (not the musical version) so I was very much aware of the plot. I thought it won’t make me cry anymore but I was wrong, terribly wrong. When Anne Hathaway started singing ” I dreamed a Dream”, I was already trying to hold my tears off but during the last part where she belted out those ” so different from this hell I’m living”, they were already free falling from my eyes. It was quite difficult to cry without making a sound so I was sort of embarrassed. Then, the death of Gavroche made me forget that I was watching the film in the movie theater and not in my house, so I wasn’t able to contain some sobs. Good thing, I was seated far from the other moviegoers so they were not aware how messed up I was. The scenes were too emotionally dragging until the very end to the point that I was too weak to stand up after the movie had ended. I was so lost while making my way out of the movie cinema. I wanted to cry more but it would be too embarrassing so I ended up munching a cone of ice cream, it turned that I just needed a dose of sugar and dopamine to regulate my emotions.
I know I’m a crybaby and too emotional and these are the reasons why I don’t like watching sad films. But of course, Les Miserables is a different case. I don’t mind if I appear too stupid and messed up. It was epic and the whole ensemble were really good. They may not be professional singers but they’re all good giving justice to each of the character. Good job, Les Miserables. Vive La France. 🙂
It was really exciting and thrilling to read Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. This book is written by Ransom Riggs. At first, i thought it’s written for young children or it has a fairy-tale like story but it was more than that. I love how the book was written and how some weird and old pictures were incorporated in the story. I can’t wait for its sequel and movie. It will be adapted to a movie and to be directed by Tim Burton. Now, I am way more excited.
Here is my fail attempt to be branded as a peculiar child.