Gundam Wing episode 01: The Shooting Star She Saw | 6 gifs
Hey I like this project :)))Just the other day I began rewatching this for the nth time. Lol <3 #GWRewatch2014
BoA and Derek at The Grove promoting the much anticipated premier of Make Your Move in the US.
Sometimes you just give….
And give some more.
And give everything.
Until there’s nothing left….
What the heck am I saying, time to rejoice! Have finally submitted all my term papers for this semester! <3
get a load of knockoff tetsuya sitting directly behind the posh ass bourgeois bitch himself here
i suck at goodbyes…
…i can’t even say the damn word.
just that, i’ll always miss you, tito mike. you were every bit of a tita to me.
I don’t usually get sick. In fact I only get sick once a year, and it usually happens during the transition period from summer to the rainy season. It’s the usual sickness when the monsoon changes — horrible allergic cough and colds. But since last November I’ve been getting sick on and off; it’s terrible. Oddly, my cough and colds stopped temporarily when I was in Japan. Weird. It was winter…
BoA’s “Make Your Move” in Philippine Cinemas; First Trip to Korean Cultural Center
The long wait is over! My favorite female singer BoA’s debut film can now be watched in Philippine cinemas! Maybe I can say nationwide because apart from numerous sightings in Metro Manila, like in Trinoma, Glorietta, SM Megamall, Rockwell, Greenhills, Sta. Lucia, Newport City, etc., friends from Baguio and Cebu also relayed that they’ve already watched the film there. :)
Stunning rediscovered photos show life in Japan 100 years ago
Originally posted on RocketNews24:
A worker pulls a passenger cart over a wooden bridge, Mount Fuji’s snowy peak rising in the background. Men wear long dark robes as they catch fish from traditional Japanese boats, and women dive for pearls in the river. Looking at these photos of rural Japan, it’s hard to believe they were only taken 100 years ago.
Woke up today at 8AM on my own bed. I listened to airplanes take off; I stared back at my idols’ faces which are plastered on my bedroom walls; and I snuggled more into my favorite comforter.