Saturday, December 29, 2012

2012: Anything Could Happen

     2012 has been quite the year for me. It has been filled with a lot of new and exciting experiences that I couldn't believe all happened in just a year. I've met new friends, made stronger ties, ventured on different challenges, visited various places, and survived the end of the world. But most of all, I've grown so much and matured through out this year. I've had my highest of highs and my lowest of lows because that's just how life goes. This has been my most pivotal year because from here on out, things are going to be different. The change might be alien to me but sometimes, change is good. 2013 will be good, I just have this visceral feeling it will be.

Listen to Anything Could Happen by Ellie Goulding

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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Wonderful Christmas Time

     What are your go to Christmas films and music? Here's mine.  
Here's my festive desk right now. 

     Listen to Wonderful Christmastime by The Shins

Saturday, December 15, 2012

The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide

     Have you done your Christmas shopping yet? Let me help you with that. Check out what I've put together for you.

     Tell me which ones are your favorites.

     Listen to Sleigh Ride by fun. while scrolling down.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

2 Atoms in a Molecule

     Work has preoccupied my sister this past weekend thus pushing off our movie date to yesterday, December 4th. We had dinner at Boon Tong Kee and then watched Rise of the Guardians. I liked it - the film. It made me think about when I actually stopped believing in these childhood tales. I can't recall when I consciously made the switch from believing in Santa, the Tooth Fairy, etc. to a nonbeliever. Sometimes, I wish I could be a kid again and remember what it felt like to believe in these things. I remember I used to be excited when Christmas came and see what Santa has given me. I genuinely thought there was a North Pole. Oh, to be naive again. But what was running through my mind while watching was, "I know that voice but I can't seem to put a face to it!" I had to wait for the credits to roll only to find out it was Jude Law and not Paul Bethany.

Listen to 2 Atoms In A Molecule by Noah and the Whale

Tuesday, December 04, 2012