- had paintable walls.
- owned a piano.
- could eat apples.
- had perfect vision.
- could sleep for 24 hours.
- stopped cutting.
- were pretty.
- felt loved.
got up at 4am to (1) grade some moot court briefs, (2) watch re-runs of Kids Baking Championship, (3) work on my leg extension and stretch my back out, and (4) enjoy my hot chocolate with an espresso shot. all before a scheduled focus group at 8am and work at 9am.
working hard, but feeling good about life. unlike my mental state during the entirety of january, during which i must have cried at least every other day for so many different reasons including no reason at all.
hoping to carve out time for a new design project soon.
just caught wind of the news that Arashi is going on indefinite hiatus as of 2020. by some miracle, i discovered their existence in the summer of 2009. they taught me Japanese through their songs and crazy variety shows. they were my comfort during late nights of work. i still know the lyrics to hundreds of their songs, and poor quality episodes of Arashi no Shukudai-kun produced on a low budget still make me laugh.
sayonara ja nai you ne? mata aeru kara.
i adore the soft tones of P and C’s costumes for their free dance earlier in the season (up through French Nationals).
unfortunately, for Europeans, she changed her skirt to reflect the same shade of rose as her top, and he changed his shirt to an opaque black one.
while casually reviewing three dozen prior art references, i’ve had reruns of old shows on play. three years later, this collection is still very stunning.