I am such a shortie that I have to use twice the energy to get my posters all the way up my wall. But I had a pole with me anyway, so it wasn't that bad.
After seeing this (found from Tammy's blog), I decided on a new ambition. To be Orchard Road's decorator. xD Of course, I guess they don't have enough funds to make it this pretty?
I was kind of disappointed with Narnia. It's a half-half situation. I loved the scenes, breathtaking and all, and also the sound, but ... it was somehow disappointing and I am not sure why. At times I can't feel love between the siblings. It felt like I just went in to watch a cable tv channel. But the scenes were nice anyway.
Ho, that is the title of this post because I can't get the song out of my head. I was listening to Domoto Tsuyoshi's [si:] album while I cleared my room and put up some more posters, but it only made me doubly tired. But for some reason I couldn't stop listening to the CD!
It's a bit.. scary, this album. Not scary in the sense that it sounds horrifying but it's a bit.. haunting. And it makes one feel depressed and LOST. Hm. Can you say Tsuyoshi's voice feels like it can pierce through one's body? Haha I see a depressing person as a nii-chan?
There's something about the album that even though it makes you feel depressed, you can't make yourself press the stop button on the CD player.
But that's what I like about it HAHA. Darn. That song is still stuck in my head. That's the song that makes people think there's nothing else around for you anymore. ^^; And he repeats everything such that I don't even know which is the chorus. And the whole song lasts more than 7 minutes.
PENCIL is a nice instrumental tune, but near the end when you hear Tsuyoshi's "ghostly" voice, it sends shivers down one's spine. I never heard it the first time I heard that song, until one night when I was the only one awake and I plugged in my earplugs. And I got a bit scared. xDDD It sounds/feels like you're in a dark aquarium, and there's no one around, not even the divers. It's just you and the glass separating you and the fishes. And then this haunting voice floats down to say, "You're not alone."
I have this 'I want to learn Japanese but I don't dare to' feeling inside me. What is there to be scared of, really? Or is it just because I know I will have to go through exams? I kind of hate language exams. You never know what you're going to get. But it's very torturous when you understand only 1/3 of a drama or just that one paragraph in a magazine!