It’s my sister who let me know about Transit. Today is Valentines Day, therefore tomorrow’s the deadline for this one. And here I am, with the PC broken, my so-called creative streak MIA.
I’ve developed a fancy for washi tapes, those decorating, well, tapes but unemployment and hesitation and stinginess (is that a word) is in my way of getting even just one washi tape. There were minutes of daydreaming of a washified phone. And a washified journal. And something elses.
I finished transcribing Level 2 of Talk To Me In Korean. Transcribing, that is, meaning I still have to some lessons because my head gets swayed from the agenda for I see distractions all over the place. Nope, not oblivious to the fact that I’m a long way off to watching dramas and listening to the soundtracks without subtitles and googling translations.
With soundtracks, it seems I’m better off with the Korean version of Let It Go from Disney’s Frozen. Must be because Sistar’s Hyorin sang it. Thanks, Master’s Sun, for the introduction to her voice. And oh, the best part of Frozen for me would be “Okay bye.” Majority of Ana’s cuteness is rolled into that line. Of course, musn’t forget Olaf and his pickup line “Some people are worth melting for.” I would’ve felt bad if Elsa didn’t give him his own snow cloud. (Disclaimer: gif below not mine)