As promised, here’s my quotes collection from Tokyo Tarareba Musume. They’re not really quotable per se — these thoughts can lean toward self-pity at times — neither do i find them as hitting home as those from Age of Youth, but i suppose they can be relevant and/or relatable to those around the girls’ age group. Continue reading “Tokyo Tarareba Musume: quotes”
This drama is one of those that nearly fell under my radar but in the end made me really glad i gave it a go. Judging from the title and summary alone, i guessed this would be the youth version of Dear My Friends. I have yet to resume and finish that one so i’m not sure how close they actually are, but i’m pleasantly surprised at what Age of Youth offers. Continue reading “Age of Youth: quotes”
How do you decide on which show to watch or check out? For me, there are times when i would start on a title randomly, but it is mostly down to these three factors: the story, cast, and/or rave reviews. Regardless of the factor that reels me in, it’s rare for me to be completely unaware of the main cast, even if i’ve never seen them in any other project before. The same thing cannot be said about the supporting actors, though. In that i rarely check the extended cast and am thus pleasantly surprised and excited upon spotting a familiar feature, even if i’d often go, “Ah, it’s him/her. But wait, where did i see him/her before?” Oopsie, LOL Continue reading “Oh, it’s you again!”
…the feels are indescribable.
Music is part and parcel of a show. A drama, in this case. With it, mood is built, tension is raised, emotion is steered and eventually wreaked havoc. Without it, it is like food without garnish — still nice, but incomplete. Apt soundtracks make a show more pleasant and addictive to watch; great ones stay with you long after the show wraps up. Continue reading “When actors sing drama OSTs”
This is one of the story titles in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive to which i am challenged to do the same as the author did. The opening paragraph read as follows:
“One day, while i was going through tough times, i read a book that challenged me to stop feeling sorry for myself and instead, list one hundred blessings in my life. Since i was wallowing in my dark mood it seemed like an impossible task. But as soon as i began to randomly write down the positive things in my life, i was amazed how quickly one hundred blessings spilled onto the page. Soon my furrowed brow disappeared and i began to smile.
Afterwards, when i read through my long list of blessings i realized… i could easily add a hundred more.
Life is good.” (By Miriam Hill, pg 172-5) Continue reading “One Hundred Blessings”