June 20, 2010

Dear Summer

Dear Summer,
     It's been a whole month since I've been spending time with you. I had a wonderful time doing a bunch of nothing at home, but I feel as if I'm not being productive. So I beg of you Summer, to let me be hired and be able to crash at least one class. I need a life, please keep me busy. Plus, the extra money will help me with the new apartment.

Yours Truly,
Wai <3

Boring Summer days means countless of hours of YouTube surfing. So I found a great new artist worth listening to. Now open your ears and let the rh-rh-rh-rhythm and harmony make Art in Your Heart.

For some odd reason, I really enjoy that instrument that sounds like a harmonica but looks like a keyboard. It gives the whole song a folky feel. Turns out that instrument is called a Melodica... Just to let you know.

32 Key Melodica

(Trying to explain slowly that I'm making dinner for to him  for Father's Day)
Dad: You think I'm stupid?! In China, I finished the 3rd grade!

Happy Father's Day :]

June 14, 2010


Just a thought:

One of my biggest fears is that I will not realize my own worth.

What's yours? Think about it, so you can do something about it before it's too late.

June 09, 2010


Wow, I'm amazed. This is the best sex scene I've ever watched. Shakira is a SEX KITTEN. Don't worry, it's PG. You can trust me 0:]

June 04, 2010

Fringe Getting Too Long

Look ma! I trimmed my own fringe! I highly suggest that you go get it done at a salon, but if you're really itching to get that hair out of your face & you just can't afford it. You can always cut it yourself! All you need are a pair of sharp scissors, a fresh razor, and dry hair. Let's get you some fresh new side swept bangs.
  1. Tie hair into a pony tail, leaving the fringe section out. Comb your fringe straight, covering your eyes.
  2. Use scissors to snip your fringe a little longer than the length you want (to avoid wearing a beanie for a month) in a downward 10-20 degree angle (to whatever side you want your bangs to be swept to)
  3. Use your scissors and cut upwards (parallel to your nose) on random spots on your fringe. (Just so your fringe won't look thick and blocky)
  4. Take your razor and pull outward pieces of your fringe and shave it once, and move on to the next piece. (Just to thin your fringe a bit)
  5. Wash your hair, style it, and you're done!
TIP: Depending on how thick or thin you want your fringe, do less or more of steps 3 & 4.

Wah Lah! I saved $25. Good luck girls & emo guys! *I'm not held responsible for shitty looking fringes.*