Hahaha ummm hello, sorry, heh… I’m guessing I should never say this, but I completely forgot about the blog for a week.
I’M SORRY!! Please don’t be mad :p
I spent the last week doing back to back interviews to promote my new drama “Beauty at War” (金枝慾孽貮). I would do a few interviews on the same day and for some we needed two outfits. Basically that means I had LOTS of clothes and shoes and make up and tank tops and socks and water bottle and phone charger and all that stuff to drag all around Hong Kong. It came as a surprise to me when I was COMPLETELY knackered at the end of the second day. Seriously, how do people do it everyday all the time?! I’m telling ya, actresses totally don’t just look pretty and sit in front of the camera for a living.
Coming this Monday – April 22, 9:30pm on TVB Jade!
I’ve had some small roles in other Dynasty drama’s here and there, but this is the first time I’ve been part of the main cast. It was such an experience from learning how to stand and speak, to trying not to lose it wearing that costume under the 38C heat in Hengdian, China. Can you believe I wore the same costume for four to five months? Sexy.
Before I started dating, when my boyfriend and I were still getting to know each other, we knew we liked each other. Why? We texted each other everyday. For hours. To me it’s quite obvious there’s something if there’s a guy I talk to everyday, but one night when I was feeling upset and he called to check up on me, it felt special. Super special. It’s strange when you think about it, because friends used to always talk over the phone anyway – it’s how they stayed in touch. I guess it’s when someone asks you to hang out that made it special. Of course, it still is, but as time goes by, our expectation for human interaction has steadily lowered. I find myself defaulting to texting these days, and I don’t usually like to call unless I have to, or if I know that person well. REALLY WELL.
One day, I was scrapbook-ing and looking at my hand writing when this thought struck my mind like all things that strike, “I don’t even know what my boyfriend’s handwriting looks like!!!” That really weirded me out. Back at school, friends and I would write notes to each other. It made sense to know what your close friends’ handwriting looks like. These days I’ve only seen my own writing in my journal and my mom’s on post-it notes all over the place.
We’ve all seen the overtaggers. They’re annoying. I’m sorry if you’re one of them, but you are being extremely annoying when you do that. They say “a picture paints a thousand words” – that means you don’t have to show me the thousand words.
*If you don’t know what hash tags are, there’s a Wikipedia definition at the end of this post.