Recently, my husband and I had our 5th year wedding anniversary. On the day itself, we treated ourselves to a fancy date: a steak dinner at CUT by Wolfgang Puck. A week after that, we had a post-anniversary celebration: we went to see Les Misérables at the Esplanade Theatre.
I was certainly looking forward to seeing the actual musical theatre production, since seeing the movie a few years ago. I have to say, it didn’t disappoint! All the main cast were amazing, and Patrice Tipoki’s take on Fantine was refreshing.
Recently, I noticed that a lot of couples who got married last year are now having babies. All these babies are/ would be Dragon babies, according to the Chinese Zodiac. According to the Chinese people I know, Dragon is a particularly desirable animal year.
One time, we met up with our Malaysian friend (who classifies himself as a “banana” — yellow (Asian) on the outside, white (Western) on the inside). Eventually the topic to what we call girls whose bodies are hot, but whose faces are unfortunate.
“Butter,” he said. “Everything’s nice… but her face!!!”
Two days ago, I lost my EZ-Link card somewhere between Clarke Quay MRT and Yio Chu Kang MRT. I was able to get into the MRT at Clarke Quay station, which means I had it then. But when I got off at Yio Chu Kang station, I couldn’t tap out. My card was not in my bag, nor was it in my pocket. I lost it.
I wasn’t really riding on the whole Korean wave thing. That is – until I watched this drama called You’re Beautiful. It was there that I fell in love with the subtle, sensitive, mature, thoughtful, heart-aching character named Kang Shin Woo.
This has to be one of my favorite scenes in the drama. Just seeing this screencap draws out these mush of emotions out of me. *melts*