Summer is my favorite season in Seattle. Not just because I was born in the summer, to be honest I always hated the fact that my birthday was in the summer after seeing everyone get their birthdays celebrated during school (but I digress). Summer in Seattle, and Bellingham during my college years, was always my … More
On the two occasions that I’ve been kissed, my kissing partner has jumped straight to shoving his tongue down my throat. As someone who hasn’t had much experience in the relationship department, I was under the impression this isn’t the norm. Maybe I’m wrong – I mean, with the two kisses in my life both … More Musings on a rainy day
Inspired by this blog post on Thought Catalog (which can be hit or miss), I began thinking about albums I would love to be turned into musicals (you know exempting the ones that Gaby mentioned: Dookie & Enema of the State) and what I would want the story to be… Absolution – Muse. If this could be … More Albums turned Musicals
My last week in the US begins tomorrow. I’m feeling especially nostalgic today because it’s my last shift at The Dumpling Tzar until I get back from Japan. Here’s what I’m going to miss the most about living in the Pacific Northwest: Working at The Dumpling Tzar. I love Fremont, and I love working in … More What I’ll Miss the Most
It’s the big moment. I told myself that I had to make a decision tonight, and yesterday I was leaning towards going. And now I’m not. I can’t help but feel like I’ve made a huge mistake. I’ve missed out on getting $2,500/month excluding taxes, rent and whatnot but even still. It’s a job. I … More Glass case of emotion
I saw No Strings Attached for the second time last night. And again I was struck by how much Natalie Portman’s character and I are similar in thought process and whatever else. Our situations couldn’t be further from each other, but we think the same. The way she reacts is how I react, though not … More Random blather.
This year I tried to be ambitious and do NaNoWriMo (National November Writing Month) where in you write 50,000 words. This, I thought, would give me at least something productive to do for a month. Let’s talk about my progress shall we: As you can see, I started out well and then I got lazy. … More Final day of NaNo
So a writing group I’m a part of has started doing this letter theme. You write 30 letters each focusing on a different person, or subject. I was originally going to post them here, but…A lot of them are angsty and more suitable for Livejournal where I’m allowed to vent more. This one is more … More Letters I Wish I Could Send, But Won’t