Hello, everyone! It's 3am in the morning and it's the second week of March. I just realised that I haven't updated my blog for quite a while since my previous one. I just didn't have the right mood and I didn't have anything interesting to be shared. I was busy spending the time with my family, but I managed to sneak out for a salsa night with my brother and a few friends hehe.. it was a blast and It was a bit awkward as I hadn't been doing the dance for quite some time and I felt like a freak watching others' moves better. And plus, the muchachaz from Colombia were so drooling-ly hot and it makes me confused about my orientation for a few moments! I think I have to start working out to get the 'salsa abs' like the old times hahaha..
Oh, yes.. I just came back from watching Marley & Me starring Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson in Pavilion and it was a good movie. It was flat in the beginning but it was a motivational one and it nearly got me thinking about starting a family LOL (I don't even have a job!). I'm really impressed of how a dog can really change people's lives and how it teaches you to be patient and strong to handle things before you can get serious with your life. I guess I have to learn to take care of a pet so that I will learn to decide about my life goals later (I know I won't even remember about this when I wake up tomorrow). One of the best things about the movie is that Owen acted so well in the movie that it makes him a really different role from his previous hilarious characters that he played in other movies. And the dog! Yes, the name is Marley and he was such an amazing but pain-in-the-ass dog which makes everything in the movie went so well from gloomy to histerically funny.
Well, that makes a fine evening for me and I guess this is all for now. I'll update the blog later because I am trying to finish writing another poem since I haven't added a new one. I have to continue the poem before the inspiration goes away and before my eyes shut themselves down and wake up in another blurry boring day tomorrow. Til' then, enjoy reading!