First Impressions: Princess Weiyoung (EP 1- 10)
I hold no responsibility for what is written past this point.
First off, there are 54 episodes to fulfill our drama obsession – super historical obsession in my case.
Second, it airs EVERY WEEKDAY. I tend to get very annoyed that I would have to wait a whole week before being left off at another cliffhanger ><
Third, TWO EPISODES EVERY DAY. NOT ONE BUT TWO. WHY ARE YOU NOT ON THIS BANDWAGON ALREADY?! Continue reading
D-Day is a medical drama consisting of a Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT) that pushes to save the lives of citizens who are injured from a massive earthquake. Including the government and politics, D-Day shows realistic sides of people in dealing with a national crisis, whether it be helping others or survival of the fittest. This drama has got to be one of my top favorites!
DIY: Corner Bookmarks
Finals is coming up, but DO-NUT worry! This doughnut bookmark will make you more eager to complete the reading!
This drama was aired last year in 2015, but I have finally gotten the chance to watch it!
This drama takes place during the Tang dynasty. It tells the story of how Wu Zetian (Fan Bingbing) became the first and only woman emperor. A naïve Wu Ruyi acts according to what she believe is right, but her straightforwardness and righteous behavior made her accountable to the consequences of the King and the envious harem and prospective concubines. Her graceful dance and daringness attracted the Emperor’s attention to promote her to the status of Jieyu Wu Meiniang, but she is soon pushed down by the schemes of the imperial women. Furthermore, a Taoist predicted that she will end the Tang dynasty by becoming the first woman Emperor. She learns that silence and accepting the mischievous acts are better than speaking the truth to keep peace in the kingdom. Continuously betrayed by those she loves, she battles to win the King’s heart and survive the envious harem and attentive state officials. Continue reading
Do any of you guys Crochet or Knit?
I’m not much of a painter or drawing artist, but Crocheting and Knitting are a great passion of mine. I self-taught myself how to crochet in 8th grade and knit in 10th grade. Crocheting and Knitting have been my favorite hobby. While watching TV shows or movies, you’ll always find me with yarn and a needle or hook in my hands. Crocheting and Knitting allows my creativity to get the best of me. There is no set pattern that you have to follow. Each project is unique in its own way, with different colors of yarn, different textures of yarn, different stitches, or different sewing. With every gift, you’ll know that each stitch is counted and with the thought of you!