This is nice, we should do this more often.

And by that I meant staycations like this. We should do this more often, yes?

Hey everyone, how are you spending the Holy Week?

Aside from taking the time to reflect, this long weekend also gave me the opportunity to rest and relax. I have been reading and watching movies and my favorite TV shows to my heart's content since Thursday and it feels really good to have the time to do so. So far I have begun reading about six novels including Truman Capote's Breakfast at Tiffany's and I have also re-watched the Toy Story trilogy (I still teared up each time), HappyThankYouMorePlease (what a sweet movie), FRIENDS Season 3, Daria Season 2, and Katy Perry's Part of Me

"My goal is not to wake up at 40 with the bitter realization that I've wasted my life on a job I hate because I was forced to decide on a career in my teens."
- Daria, Gifted (S02E08)
Did you see How I Met Your Mother's latest episode, The Time Travelers? It was a gem and reminded me of how much I really love this series and these characters, especially Ted Mosby. And mind you, it's not just the fictional character I like. I think I love Josh Radnor now more than I love Joseph Gordon-Levitt and that is why I don't have a boyfriend in addition to my being painfully shy and dreadfully awkward in front of other people I don't know. This is a terrible segue, but can we please have a show of hands for every one who loves Cartoon Network's The Amazing World of Gumball and The Regular Show as much as I do? Yay! 。◕‿◕。

So there. This is actually just a quick post to say hi and mark my blog's new color scheme hee. So hi! After I hit Publish I am planning to go back to watching Daria. Tomorrow we'll wake up early for Easter Mass and then visit our relatives. And then, and then, AND THEN, I'll go to SMART-Araneta Coliseum to meet my friends for dinner at around 6PM before we head to The Script's concert! I've been waiting for this since August last year so I guess you can tell how excited I am!!! ヽ(´▽`;)/♪

In other news, it is my birthday exactly a week from today and I seriously don't know how to feel about this, except I know it is inevitable and I should stop being too much of a drama queen. A friend and I had a nice conversation about it yesterday, but I guess that's another post for another day. Daria and Jane and Trent are waiting. (¬‿¬)

7 comments

Claire Pascua said...

Aww I cannot wait to have time to read books and watch movies/new series! I spent the Holy Week checking a pile of exam papers haha.

I hope you enjoy The Script!

Millicent Urgel said...

I loveee daria too! Scoured the net for some really old episodes, and watching them reminded me of my college years! I just dont know why i relate to her so much, haha! Have a great week ahead! ;)

Ava Te-Zabat said...

I really love the quote you posted from Daria. :) Kinda applicable to what I'm feeling sometimes in terms of my course. :)

krissy said...

Hope you get the time soon, Claire!


And yes, I enjoyed The Script's concert SO MUCH! Thanks! :D

krissy said...

Daria is MTV's best show ever! :)

krissy said...

Daria is ahead of its time! Every episode is super relatable, you should watch it, too! :)

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