To dye my hair for the first time in my entire life.

Few days ago, before I cut my hair shorter, I was already thinking of dying my hair. The thought of coloring it thrills me. I've never dyed my hair before so I find it something-to-experiment-type exciting. When I was at the salon, I couldn't decide which color to pick. Since I'm not blessed with fair skin tone, I had to be extra-careful on choosing the right shade. The owner of the salon (also the one who dyed my hair) suggested her hair color. She has bright skin tone and it perfectly matches her hair. She told me that the color would also look good on me even though I'm not that fair. She seemed so sure and convincing so why not take the risk.

Well, I love the outcome! It somehow brightens up my face.



I'm thinking of getting some highlights next time? :p

Beauty & The Briefcase (2010)


Who wouldn't want to date them? They're so polished, very manly, and decent. Don't we want our future husbands in suits, if given a chance? Someone who works in a corporate company (and a good provider, of course!), has good taste in picking neckties, someone so fine... just a man in a suit. This isn't going to be a checklist for my "magic guy," fyi.

After watching Beauty & The Briefcase starring Hilary Duff, I actually felt like I got punched right in the face. It's telling me to get a freakin' job. Whenever I watch films that include job hunting, work loads, and office environment, I always get goose bumps and feel like crying. The pressure of finding a nice-paying job and the nerve-wracking interviews scare me the most. Well, what more during the first day of your first-ever job? Just thinking of it makes me want to bum forever.

HP and The Deathly Hollows P2 (2011)


While watching the finale, I realized I was in tears for some reasons. Little did I know, my sister sitting beside me was already bawling her eyes out. Yes, finally, Harry kicked Voldemort's ass (though he's still tweeting, haha) and that's some kind of a relief. No more chasing & no more killing people. But, it also meant that there'll be no more Harry Potter for us, unless of course if J.K. Rowling decides to write a continuation. As for now, the biggest part of our growing-up has just come to an end. No more Harry-Hermione-Ron adventures. 


Well, as Lily Potter says in the movie, I quote, Always. Until the end. End quote. Harry Potter, forever in our hearts, shall never be forgotten. The magic lives on.

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Current read


While my sister grabbed The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky, I got this —Nicholas Sparks' Safe Haven. It's his latest published book. I'm currently on chapter 6. For a brief insight, it's about a young woman named Katie who wanted to start over her life. During the process, she met Alex, a widower and a father to Josh and Kristen, and Jo, her nice friendly neighbor. Both of them will affect and change Katie's views in life.

Catch Me If You Can (2002)


Title: Catch Me If You Can (2002)
Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks
Directed By: Steven Spielberg

Carl Hanratty: Knock knock.
Earl Amdursky: Who's there?
Carl Hanratty: Go fuck yourselves.

Catch Me If You Can is a biopic that tells the story of Frank Abagnale Jr., who was a typical teenage guy until his parents decided to get a divorce. Frank (DiCaprio) was 16 years old when he run away from home. He unbelievably impersonated an airline pilot, assistant attorney, and a professor. He even fraud checks and cashed them out for over millions of dollars around the world. Carl (Hanks) was the FBI agent who's relentlessly chasing him. He never gave up on his job, and mostly on arresting Frank.