“Most of the time I do nothing, and the fact of time passing so relentlessly is a source of anguish to me. There are not enough hours in the day. Yet I waste most of my time, in daydreaming, in drawing faces on a piece of paper” – Joyce Carol Oates
I actually like a good Monday, when no one bothers me and I get the chance of spending some alone time.
I get the chance to plan out my day, week and just relax.
And with this window of opportunity I actually get to read the news, find out what’s new in the world an even to listen to new songs, of course Korean songs. It’s been a long time since I posted anything about Korea but there wasn’t really anything worth mentioning, until today that is.
Yup, Brown Eyed Girls released a new song “Kill Bill“. It’s supposed to be a homage to the movie “Kill Bill” but I find the video rather amusing. Still, its a nice change from all the cuteness that Kpop is right now.
I am actually thinking of changing my music on my MP3 player, but I’m not sure if I’ll have the time and patience to pick and sort out my music. I remember the last time when it took me 2 days, yet it was fully worth it since I have the same music on my MP3 player for 2 years now.
Our vacation is officially over.
10 days of freedom! But, freedom is not actually the term for this vacation. I would rather say that these past 10 days have been a test of endurance and patience for the both of us. And yet I cannot complain. We had a good time with friends and family. We traveled the country high and low and I came to the conclusion that vacations can be as tiresome as working non stop.
I’m just tire and it feels good to be home. I missed my bed, I missed my computer and I missed my fat cat!
Yet I don’t regret anything.
We’ll see next year what other crazy road trip we’ll go on, until then enjoy a picture of two cows.
I haven’t been to Johnny’s parents in a very long time. But I managed to squeeze in a short visit this weekend. Of course the first thing I did there was to play and pet Suzy. While she is an old lady, compared with Marlanu’, she still has that photogenic beauty that Marlanu’ rarely has.
I never seen a cat to look straight at the camera without blinking. Its like she knows she’s pretty and she demands for her picture to be taken. It’s just a pity that I don’t have the chance to see her more often (because of my busy life) since I am certain I could take some pretty photos of her with my new camera. I think I could make an album both with her and Marlanu’.