I am running out of sensible posts. Anyway, this is another senseless entry.
Having different acquaintances puts me into feeling that I always need to adjust myself regularly in order to fit into the group. I don’t know why. And sometimes makes it hard where to put yourself into a place.
Acting is a big no, no. In fact, I am bad at acting. Continue reading →
You are ready to take on bigger and better tasks in your daily life — your ambition is raring to go, and this is a great time to join the gym, start a home remodeling project, or step into the boss’s office and ask for a raise. You have a good eye when it comes to your aim, too — your goals are high, but not so high that you are sure to fail. Success in anything you start today, while it might be slow in coming, is almost one hundred percent assured as long as you just stick with it.
- My horoscope yesterday
Very timely ang horoscope na ito.
Yes, there are bigger and better tasks, may personal goals din ako, pero I am not that ready. Continue reading →
Still can’t get over with FMA!!! I just want to share (for streaming only).
Eight pieces of theme music are used for the episodes—four opening themes and four ending themes. … The music score was composed and arranged by Michiru Oshima. “Melissa” by Porno Graffitti is used during episodes 2–13, “Ready Steady Go” by L’Arc-en-Ciel follows it until episodes 25, “Undo” by Cool Joke is used until episode 41 and “Rewrite” by Asian Kung-Fu Generation is used until episode 51. For the episode 1, the ending is “Melissa” by Porno Graffitti. “Kesenai Tsumi” (“Indelible Sin”) by Nana Kitade is used for episodes 2-13. “Tobira no Mukō e” (“To the Other Side of the Door”) by Yellow Generation is used for episodes 14-24. During episodes 26-41 the ending theme is “Motherland” by Crystal Kay. While “I Will” by Sowelu is used along episodes 42-50.