These past couple of days off have definitely been rough on me. Yet at the same time, it’s given me insight on the type of person that I am. I find that I usually hide the fact that I’m not okay by being busy and occupied with stuff. In addition, I attempt to fool myself (and the people around me) into thinking that I’m strong and will always come back better than ever.
I’m starting a new chapter of my life soon, and I need to sort things out and become the person that I want to be. So I’m taking time off from the world to re-prioritize myself. Knowing how much of an internet junkie I am, it’s rather difficult to truly disconnect myself from the internet. So lo and behold! A blog is born! Not that anyone ever really will read it. If you do, comment every now and then to let me know you exist and that I’m just not talking to the pixels on my screen.
As for what I want to do with this blog, it’s definitely a different take on what I’ve done in the past. Hopefully (fingers crossed here), I’ll be posting updates on my life, my thoughts on random topics, potentially sharing things of interests (such as videos, photos, articles, etc.). In addition, I’m planning on going back into my writing habits so perhaps I’ll post snippets and what not of whatever story I’m working on at the time. I’ll try to make a habit of posting something at every day, but we’ll see how that goes in the end.
To start us off, I just discovered the 2010 cdrama based of “The Myth” – a 2005 Jackie Chan Chinese film. I really enjoyed the movie when it came out, so I got rather excited when I found out that they had made a cdrama of it a few hours ago. I just watched the first episode of it and it has a lot of potential. It has Hu Ge in it, and I really liked him in the last drama I saw with him in it – The Young Warriors of the Yang Clan. The name of this cdrama is 神话 / Shen Hua if you guys want to check it out. Maybe after I get the hang of this wordpress thing I’ll subjugate you guys to trailers or images from the show (and other various things too).
(PS. I like how I’m already assuming that there’s someone reading this.)