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Done. All done. Took me a day to finally realized it was really over.
Hopefully, I get to this point one day.
It’s like the song is made for me! REALLY. I especially like this part:
When you said goodbye
I felt so all alone
There were times at night I couldn’t sleep
My heart was much to weak to make it on my own
Baby after all the misery
And pain you put me through
So unfair to me girl
You’re no longer my world
And I ain’t missin’ you at all
Ah well, life goes on and only time is my friend now.
So I’m done watching the entire TV show, How I Met Your Mother. I think it took me 2 weeks to finished it because I can’t help but be sidetracked by other things.
Anyway, let me just share this lovely quote from one of the scenes on HIMYM. The moment Ted said those words, I had to repeat the scene all over again just to get it right.
“Actually, there is a word for that. It’s love. I’m in love with her, okay? If you’re looking for the word that means caring for someone beyond all rationality and wanting them to have everything they want no matter how much it destroys you, its love! And when you love someone y-you just don’t stop. Ever.”
I’m not a fan of the whole Ted and Robin thing, but I admire Ted for still being in love with her after all those years.
OMG. Okay, I know it’s been days since I blogged here! It’s just that I have a lot of *ehem* unnecessary things going on with me. Well, most of it I spent over-thinking things I shouldn’t even think about in the first place. Well, it’s not a surprise since my anxiety is heightened lately for some odd reason.
Anyway, I changed my host. =( I’m sure gonna miss my old host since Nadine is very accommodating and patient. I’ll probably go back to her once I’m clear with all my money related issues. In the meantime, I’m gonna have to stay here for a while.
Oh and I have yet to change my theme here. I think it’s over a year now since I last changed. LOL.
I wonder why I didn’t watched this earlier. =/ Well, it’s in my “to-watch-tv-series” list, but because I’m always bound to watch my other favorite series first, HIMYM kinda took a back seat alongside Big Bang Theory. And so since I’m trying to keep my mind busy, I decided to get started with How I Met Your Mother. Hurrah!
So far, I’m loving Lily and Marshall’s relationship (Yeah, I’m on S01E13. I’m slow, I know). I mean, they’re so sweet to each other despite their 9 freaking years in a relationship.
Awww.. I adore them both! ♥
I wish I can finish Season 1 soon. In fact, I hope I can finish all before the month ends and see what happens to their lives (especially that of TED). And then I can finally continue watching Big Bang Theory. =D
For me, this is one of the touching and sweet thing Noah ever said to Allie. Just imagine someone special in your life says something like that to you. ♥
Anyway, Happy 10th Anniversary, The Notebook! This film will always remain as one of my favorite touching and romantic movie of all time (and a personal favorite because he and I watched this together).
Holy cow. One of the best cover of One Last Cry by Brian McKnight. Can’t help but rape the replay button over and over! Gosh. This video makes me want to learn how to play One Last Cry! Well, NO, I WILL LEARN HOW TO PLAY THIS ON THE PIANO SOON! I SWEAR! Such a heartbreaking and yet lovely song.
It’s too bad she didn’t make it. She has a lot of potential. There’s this one contestant too that’s really good. Check her video below.
image from youthopia.in
My gosh, everyone I know are talking about The Fault In Our Stars. I’m a self confessed bookworm, but I’m really not a fan of reading YA romantic novels. I think I only read 3 books that’s in similar with TFIOS, and one of which is the famous A Walk To Remember by Nicholas Sparks.
But anyway, since I’m loving the soundtrack of the film (currently listening to it while typing this), I thought why not read a YA romantic novel again? It’s been a while since I read one. Note: I still haven’t seen the movie.
It’s funny how I try to stay away from spoilers on Facebook and Twitter as much as possible. It’s freaking everywhere! LOL.
So to all of you fans of the book, you win.
Bloody brilliant! Why did I just found out about this song? I hate myself for that. The song describes exactly what I feel. About myself. Damn you Bastille for making a genius lyrics!
DAAAAAMMMNNNNNN. This song is on repeat for hours now! As if Bastille specifically wrote this song for me. LOL. But in all seriousness, it’s like me, stuck in a monotonous life and getting nowhere. Nothing is happening. And even if I want to be positive, sometimes I couldn’t help but think otherwise.
There are so many interpretations I read on SongMeanings, but here’s one I like most.
“Pompeii is used as a metaphor to describe somebody standing still, looking out as their life falls apart and swallows them whole. One day they stop and look out at their life realizing that it’s not what they had always dreamed about. They’ve been stuck in this monotonous, never-changing life that doesn’t live up to what they’d hoped. And now in this realization, they start to lose that optimism that kept them going before of being something more.”