Sunday, December 28, 2008

new years plan

at 11:50PM i'm going to take a walk outside and listen to everyone countdown.

Thursday, December 25, 2008

happy holidays

i sit in my house
reading Lo and watching films
yet i am so bored.

Sunday, December 21, 2008


ah. i feel better. drink tea. if you dont have any, come to my house. i have super amazing tea leaves from taiwan that i will brew for you.

Saturday, December 20, 2008


I was bored yesterday so I watched four movies:

1. Welcome to the Quiet Room: I loved it. It's about a writer who is put into a psychiatric hospital after an accidental overdose which is mistaken for a suicide attempt. It's quirky and funny but sad at the same time. Why does Japan make such amazing movies?

2. House: My reaction to this film is WTF?!?!? This was a really really strange, cheesy, wtf, weird movie. The only person I recommend this to is Kevin Ho. Why does Japan make such fucked up movies?

3. Buffalo '66: I thank my friend Danielle for recommending this to me. I really liked it! There's this one scene that I love from the movie where one of the characters starts dancing off in the side. I wish I had a moment like that. It's a really funny film and I definitely recommend it.

4. Iron Man: Haha, what a badass movie. But when I watched it, I think my expectations for it were too high cause everyone hyped it up for me. But still, it was a kickass movie. I wish I had that suit...

Anyways.... I'm drowning in phlegm. gah

Friday, December 19, 2008


well, there was a snow day today. i think it's the first time a snow day disappointed me. last night I made a CD full of music for Dr J, a totally awesome teacher. now she won't be able to listen to it during the holidays because she's leaving this weekend to Utah for family.

bottom line is: prepare for a deferral, which i did not do.

Monday, December 15, 2008

haiku: friend

why hello, dear friend
i don't know what you don't know
let's go exploring

Thursday, December 11, 2008

haiku: fly

under the blanket
was a child trying to fly.
he fell, thumb in mouth.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

apple pie

I gave someone an apple pie today. I hope she enjoys it.

In other news, I think my early decision application to TCNJ might be moved to regular admission because I didn't send my Official SAT scores until recently. Bleh.

And the weather is horrible. We can't film. I wonder when my group is going to finish are short for Film Production class.

Sunday, December 7, 2008

a short film about love haiku

watching from the room
he saw magda spill the milk
she wept tears, he bled

Saturday, December 6, 2008


Hi, I've been busy all week.......playing a ukulele! Someone lent me his and he's not getting it back. I absofruitly love it! It's such an awesome instrument! It's super easy to learn because you can have small hands and still play every chord you need (unlike the guitar)! I've been playing these 2 songs over and over again:

Check out both of  Jacob Borshard and Oh Foot's music. Jacob writes and plays lovely music with his ukulele. He has all of his music free to download on his website! I've bought all three of his albums from him for $5 each and he personalizes each one! His lyrics are funny, sweet, and loving. As for Oh Foot, I don't listen to much of their music, but their 'What is Love' cover is just amazingly! I've never heard a cover this interesting and wayyyyyy better than the original rape-your-ear version.

Monday, December 1, 2008


I've been dancing in my room naked to this song. Not really my type of music but it is so fucking catchy. Awesome music video, too.

Friday, November 28, 2008


Hello there. I shot a video today:

Interesting thing about the composer of this piece, Alexander Scriabin. He had synesthesia, which is "a condition wherein one experiences sensation in one sense in response to stimulus in another". Which means, in his case, music and color were very closely related. To him, each tone in music had a certain color to it. This picture shows what he thought each notes' color was. He actually invented an instrument called the clavier à lumières (color organ). When he played it, a color would be projected onto a screen. So yeah.... you learned something awesome today.

Also, I have another piano performance video posted more than an year ago:

One of Claude Debussy's famous pieces. I love Debussy. I might 
re-record this sometime in the future.

And Thanksgiving....... this year my parents decided not to have a grand dinner with 
family friends this year to save money. So basically I stayed at home till 4 and worked 
at a restaurant till 8. Then my family and I watched King of California. Great movie, I 
recommend it.