So I finally started watching Answer Me/Reply 1994 and I only watched 4 episodes, yet cried 3 times.
This is not normal.
Alright, Imma get off here for a while, do some homework and other productive stuff, then come back on and leave random nice things in a few ask boxes. I’m hoping that by writing this down and sharing it, that I will actually do it (my homework, that is). The time right now is 9:01 CST. I’ll let you know later if I am successful if y’all seem interested.
In the past week, a gif I found of baby Yerin and shared almost a year ago has gained nearly a thousand notes. I keep getting notifications on my phone every 10 seconds on average of another note on this GIF.
I suppose this isn’t as strange as the time some stranger posted a picture of my dad using a shake weight and it going viral because he resembles Randy Jackson, but it’s still kinda weird.
Even though it’s been several tumultuous years in the making, this chapter of my life is starting to come to an end. Although part of me feels really ready to move forward and see what’s next, it’s still crazy to think that it’s actually almost here. I’m not even entirely sure how to feel about it - just thought I’d share.
When it comes to inspirational people, I tend to be most influenced by people I actually know. I don’t really have a go-to list of inspirational people, tbh.
However, I’d definitely say I’m inspired by my mother, and she happens to be from my country. As far as someone from another country, I’d have to go with Tablo, who grew up in Canada and S. Korea. They’re totally different people, but what they do have in common is that I feel I can connect with them. Tablo has aspects of his personality that I can relate to, and my mother is literally related to me, so there.
1. Good people have my back, and that’s awesome.
2. Steroids suck.
3. Hugs are great.
4. Steroids suck.
5. A “natural high/giddy” tired is much better than a “crying out tears like it’s vomit” tired
6. Steroids definitely suck.